Spice up your outfit with a statement mini skirt for the spring/summer. If it isn’t warm enough, do it anyway by topping it off with a cozy sweater and a semi-long coat. Wrap it up, buckle it, add fringe to it, whatever you want. But go on, show off those legs.
It’s finally summer, which means playing with fun accessories, textures, prints, and bold colors. At least for me that’s what I aim to do because summer is supposed to be a time to relax and frolic – something that I very much enjoy doing. I’m pretty versatile when it comes to outfit choices and I adapt a lot to my surroundings so usually during summer I like to wear statement pieces that are comfortable yet visually striking. This season also calls for experimenting with different pieces that you wouldn’t necessarily wear during winter, and essentially just having fun with what you wear.
A lot of the time, I feel like I’m not in New York City. It seems so strange to me to live in a city that’s surrounded by giant skyscrapers, especially whenever I go midtown or uptown. In those moments, I’m reminded of the monumentalism of Manhattan that pretty much sucks me in, slightly binding me, to this “concrete jungle” as they say.
Life is all about sacrifices – many times one will have to give up something in order to get something else. It’s inevitable and it happens to everyone at least once in their lives. Many people think that making sacrifices is a dreadful act, but sometimes it’s necessary and it doesn’t always have to be negative. I think it’s a good thing because it challenges your daily life and makes you think of every possible outcome in a certain situation. Think about it, what would life be without a few sacrifices?
It’s been a while… Things have been piling up and trying to be a responsible adult is wearing at times (I think anyone can agree on that). Nonetheless, summer is getting closer by the minute and time is flying by. Every day is an adventure and we must take advantage of it as much as possible. It’s difficult to do so when the weather is irregular and fairly gloomy, but there’s always something to do even when you’re despondent.