All posts tagged: white

B and W

_______________________________ _______________________________ Sundays are my favourite day for blogging; not only because it’s easier to create sunday’s post on saturday morning but because it’s the day I myself surf the web – therefore get visually inspired the most. So I thought I should dedicate my favourite day to my (and I’m sure millions of other people’s) favourite color combo: black & white. Let it be for interior, an outfit, a pattern, a collection, a painting or even a book – these 2 colors (which according to some sources are not actual “colors”) are usually worth all alloys. It’s the simplest, the classiest, the sexiest and the strongest; let’s celebrate this cold and rainy summer sunday with the best contrast in the world. To monochrome!

It Rains and Rains

I’m a woman and of course I am exaggerating. It doesn’t rain and rain all the time, it just rained for a few days – which is more than reasonable for May – but I get cranky everytime I see a grey cloud. Cue the misery song: All the curly ladies, all the curly ladies – Oh, oh, oh… To make matters worse I can not cut my damned long (for me) and unshaped hair because for the wedding it will be the longer the better. But I promise you on June 9th it will turn into a bob again – which will let me leave them curly without any problem. Last but not least, I could FINALLY get my hands on an American Apparel white nail polish (topped with a matte coat) and I LOVE it! It’s a nice change and a remarkable transition from the dark winter nails to the overly bright summer shades.

Bohemian Rhapsody

What the hell is bohemian about this outfit, you  might ask. This is the most boho I could ever get; a midriff, plaid wide leg trousers, maxi cardigan AND weird silver jewelry all at the same time? C’mon. I mean I know I wear my whiter than clouds on a blue sky pumps but let’s imagine they are some kind of flatforms and my outfit is more shabby – I think we’re there. (And if you look at my trousers long enough you can see little black dots – tried and tested.)