Because you never change a winning team, I’m once more wearing a neutral toned outfit with my beloved cow-girl booties, grey ripped jeans and an apparently plain black jumper. But! It’s when I turn back that magic happens since I actually have my entire back exposed showing my sea shell tattoo. I think this is a good example of what we call the parisian impertinence being both sassy and sober and feeling the sight of people behind me is always amusing.
This tattoo was my first one and I got it for my 20th birthday (just when I started my blog). If you follow me a little you may have noticed that it’s a symbol that is quite present in my life and I definitely consider it as my lucky charm. I’m often asked about its meaning and to sum it up I’d say it’s a blend of references to my childhood, my grandparents, my love for oceans and my roots. Its location also has a strong meaning for me since I went though hard times with my back when I was younger, and I never want to forget that I turned this weakness into a major strenght. I still can’t believe that I’m writing such personal thoughts right now, but I actually have nothing to hide and I just wanted to remind you that we all had, have and will have to struggle if we want to take control of our lives. I wish you a delightful week-end and please take care until next time! Bisous.
Pictures : Gladys
Mango booties / Tally Weijl sunnies and jumper / H&M jeans