I think we've all experienced it, at least once - wearing clothes or accessories so uncomfortable you can't focus on what's going on around you. Oh well, I hate that. And so do you. Just face it: trousers that are too short or too long, low waisted jeans, tight dresses, skirts that are too short and so on.
I now constantly feel the need to wear something super comfortable, soft, something that would just hug my skin and give me all the comfort I need in order to focus on the outside world. Not so much on myself, but being aware of what's around me: a cloud that flies on the infinite blue sky, birds chirping, the smell of the fresh cut grass, the taste of a hot coffee on a breezy September evening, the sound of the rain. Life itself.
What can be more important in life - than actually enjoying it? Not just living virtually and making friends on social media, not just living an illusion, but actually living! That's what life is for.
|Encore! Embroidery makes September sweeter. It's charming, it's story telling and it makes you feel down to Earth. I am wearing an uber soft embroidered cardigan from Zaful, they never disappoint me. It only comes in one size but I'm pretty sure it would fit you if you're between a size 6 and 14, depending of course on how you prefer the fit. I love the oversized sleeves and the abstract florals on the embroidery. You can find it on this link - here.|
What can be more important than being true to yourself, to the ones around you and to the environment you live in? This should be the key to a happy life. Actually this is it. Stop looking at your phone when you're out and start focusing on life itself. Organise yourself, there is time for every single thing you can think of. Spend your time online shopping but when you're done leave your phone at home and go out. Sit on the grass, read a book. Listen to your thoughts and find your inner strength, your peace, your creativity.
Styling: Carla Vadan
Wearing: Zaful cardigan - here, vintage jumper, H&M leather skirt, Tommy Hilfiger sunnies, Converse.