Since a very young age, I’ve had a fascination for all things soft and smooth. Cashmere, silk, satin, velvet… Each one so unique and pleasant. They caress the skin – light, delicate, and gentle. It always intrigued me how these distinct materials individually come together to make a specific item of clothing. They make clothing more playful, elegant, and enjoyable. Why wouldn’t one not wear them on a day-to-day basis?
Wearing a comfortable turtleneck sweater is a go-to for autumn and winter. If it isn’t your immediate choice for an outfit on a cold day, then there’s something not right. After all, it is called “sweater weather” for a reason.
Oh Paris… In every corner there’s something new, something beautiful, something so wonderful. It can be the tiniest, most insignificant thing but it still adds to the whole atmosphere that Paris has. It’s exhilarating really, because you can be sure that you’ll always be missing out on something fantastic when you’re there, and that’s a good thing. It just goes to say that Paris is a continuous hustle and bustle.
During summer, I rarely wear black. I believe that summer is a time when people should wear bright colors because simply you can. Also, wearing black attracts more heat and can become quite uncomfortable if the weather gets too hot. Nonetheless, I love black and can’t help myself from wearing it once in a while during summer. Still, black can be worn and one can remain fresh by pairing it with some cooler items.
Trends in fashion always have a tendency to come back, which I personally find is great. This spring and summer has seen a craze in the 70’s style – fringe, loose clothing, gladiator sandals, and flare. To be honest, I’m a big fan of all that (I love a good summer boho look). Thanks to my mom’s closet and a few new items, I was able to come up with what I consider a classic-ly easygoing 70’s outfit.