It’s been a long time since I last had a fresh haircut and hair color, and I’m super excited about it. It may not look too long for you, if you’ve only been following me here on the blog, because I’ve been mostly absent than present in the last few months, but I’ve actually haven’t had a fresh hair color and hair cut for 6 months. :O I wasn’t planning on cutting it this short again, but oh well…I don’t mind it either. Of course I had to document this change, by taking some outfit photos that day. To do that, I wore a contrasting top in turquoise stripes, and my black culottes. I also wore my new cross body bag, which I’ve been wearing almost non-stop lately, and one of my favorite pairs of sandals. Simple, yet elegant enough to satisfy my style. What do you think?
Hello everyone! We shot these photos just the day before yesterday, when we went out for a walk with my boyfriend, and we had the pleasure of watching one of the best sunsets, despite the clouds. You can partly see it in our photos, but it lacks, compared to how beautiful it looked up close. It was kind of chilly, so I didn’t know exactly what to wear, and I was pleased I ended up wearing this light knit dress, and my suede jacket, because a couple of hours later, we got caught under heavy rain. But at least I wasn’t cold. While editing these photos, I realized, that while I have this dress since last spring, and I did wear it a lot during spring, fall and winter, I have uploaded only 2 looks with it. For today’s look, I played with the dusty pink, and the baby blue color of my dress, and wore matching accessories, like my jacket, bag, and shoes. I really liked the combo. Definitely happy we’re now able to dress up and go out again. 😀
Back again with a new look, which I wore a couple of days ago. Keeping the same hues as the previous one, but this time it’s a monochrome look. I had this outfit in mind for a long time, so I was happy I was finally able to wear it, and photograph it too. I was happy that this skirt still fits me, since I had put on some weight in winter. But turns out, it might actually be even bigger on me than it was last year, so that’s great news! haha Bought it at the end of last summer, so I was definitely not ready to let it go. It went perfectly with my tan t-shirt, tan bag, and tan shoes. haha I also wore some gold accessories to finish off the look. Let me know what you think!
Quarantine days are over (at least for now!), and I’m finally back with a new post. It’s been a long time since I wrote here, and this time it definitely wasn’t intentional. It’s the first time I went out in over 2 months, looking as decent as this, and of course I had to document it. We may not be over with Covid-19 yet, but I’m trying to be hopeful. The reason I got dressed up that day, was because it was mother’s day, and of course I had to go see my mom, after almost 2 months that we hadn’t seen each other. It felt so good getting dressed up again, and putting some makeup on…and heels. How I missed my heels! I’ve been living in sweatpants, leggings and sneakers lately. And that’s totally not my style. How’s everyone holding up? How are things in your country? I hope you’re all well. Stay safe, and everything will hopefully be over soon.
I’m sure you’ve all tried wearing a dress as a skirt in the past, haven’t you? I do it a lot, with some of my dresses, but I’ve never done it with this one. I love how loose and comfortable it is, but at the same time, exactly for the same reason, it can look like a night gown, if not paired with a cardigan/jacket or a belt. And I end up not wearing it as often as I would like to, because I’m tired of the same combinations of items. So, this time, I decided to wear it with one of my thicker sweaters, which also happens to be quite long. I tucked it in, with a belt, to make it shorter, and I think it ended up looking great! For a dose of spring, since we’ve been having amazing weather lately, I wore it with my blue shoulder bag, and for the comfort factor, I also wore it with my everyday ankle boots. What do you think?