Neutrals, neons, and florals for a really hot day downtown, which ended with – what else? – a thunderstorm. Seems like the whole month is going to be like this. I rarely wear florals, but I guess it’s nice in small doses, and only for my upper body. The same goes for neons. I love my neon yellow bag, but it gets too many stares when I take it out. Ah, who cares? I’m so tired of getting stares for being more dressed up than the 95% of my city’s residents. I’m not feeling like myself when I’m not in heels and there’s nothing wrong with wearing a bit of a color during warm months. Do you agree?
Lately, I’ve been wearing my boyfriend jeans more and more. Might be the weather that isn’t really summery yet, or my general laziness to dress up, but my boyfriend jeans are one of the most comfortable garments in my closet. I wore this outfit some time ago, on a partly cloudy and windy, but still quite sunny day to go for coffee with my girl Elena, and show her the amazing view of one of my favorite cafes in town: Villa Luna. She took these photos for me, and I want to thank her again for doing it. 🙂 Although I choose my boyfriend jeans for the comfort they offer, it seems almost impossible for me to pair them with something, other than a pair of really high heeled pumps or sandals. And this day, wasn’t an exception. But as I told you on my last post, these Buffalo sandals are super comfy. What do you think about this look?
We had a really small window to take these photos just before the sun went down on this cloudy day. I was thinking about wearing these sandalsto the wedding I attended, but I decided to go with the other pair. But I couldn’t get these shoes out my head. I bought them last summer, with their black twins (both from Buffalo), and they must be one of the most comfortable pairs I own. This type of shoes seems to be the best for summer. Comfortable and leaves my feet blister free. It’s a huge plus, because all summer shoes “destroy” my feet. The fact that they’re so stylish and high makes me love them even more. Do you like this otherwise casual and laid-back outfit? I was really comfortable, I swear!
Apart from my love for monochromatic looks, deep down I’m a sucker for matchy matchy outfits. I know that we live in an era where matching colors too much is OUT, but I like the (kinda retro) vibe I get when I wear matching colors. It’s something I learned from my mother, from my early years and no matter which trends are IN and which are OUT, I think it gives a kind of elegance that will never go out of style. Now that summer is really close, I can’t help but wear bright colors. I wore this specific outfit last week, to go get my new PC tower (still working on my old computer when I’m writing these lines), and have a doctor’s appointment downtown. All photos are taken by T.
These photos were taken a couple of weeks ago, but I mixed the posts lately, to show you other ones first. We were on the first really hot days of spring, with temperatures rising up to 30 degrees just before Greek Easter. I couldn’t resist putting on pastels and bright colored sandals, and go out for coffee with a friend (the photos, however, were taken later in the day by T.). I love the outfit, and pics, but they don’t look that flattering. I think I’ve lost some weight since then (even though these pics don’t do me justice), and hopefully I’ll lose even more in the future.