_______________________________ _______________________________ 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!
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.
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.)
Two things that succour when I need to spruce up the outfit. I don’t need any blings, minis or sequins; a metal cap toe and a simple metal choker would do it for me. Trousers, shirt & shoes are TOPSHOP, choker from Paris, jacket & sunglasses are vintage