This is not the kind of background you’d expect for this type of outfit right? Well, that’s actually what’ I wanted here, a disruptive contrast that makes you wonder what’s actually wearable in the city. The limits aren’t so obvious nowadays and I won’t complain about that since I always thought that any type of clothe could be worn at any time of the year and any place as long as you feel confident in your choices.
My style can be described by many adjectives but « preppy » ain’t part of them. As a general rule I’m kind of an opponent to any sort of uniform so I never got to develop my preppy side. However from time to time I forget my distressed denim shorts collection to put on a wiser white shirt and cute skirt just to remind me how it’s like to look like a girl!
Bare foot in the sea, that’s how a day should always start. Even though I love and live in Paris, I am a sea child who can’t spend more than a year away from the ocean. As an aquarius I guess it’s in my DNA and I already know that I wanna spend my old days nearby the sea.
Hi there! Today I’m back with the highly requested post about how I take care of my hair. First of all I wanted to thank you all about the sweet comments you keep on posting on Instagram about my hair style! I’m not used to talk beauty on the blog so I don’t really know where to start but let’s jump into it: I’ve got European wavy brown long hair that I never dyed but cut the ends every 6 months.
Is it just a feeling or the army shirt has become a stapple just like the white one? At least in my closet it’s the case. First of all kaki is one of my favorite colors and I pair it with basically anything just like I would do with black or denim. Second of all it matches my eyes which is not to be unpleasant. Finally it makes my hair look even more wild when left in its natural state like in this shoot.
How good this is it to finally enjoy the sun in Paris, as if it had stayed hidden this whole spring time to finally show up when we reach the « summer date » in the calendar.