How cliché is this top?! I know that’s typically what kiddos or tourists would wear but I bought it for its cut (cropped with long sleeves is a combo I find interesting) and also because Los Angeles is a city I’m dying to visit. You know this feeling of being in love with place you’ve never be to? That’s exactly how I feel about LA. All I saw and read about this city in magazines, on TV and internet matches my life goals: living by the sea in a warm climate, going to work by skateboard and run in beautiful landscapes near by a vivid and creative city. My vision may be a bit idealistic but there is something about this place that attracts me strongly and I know that I’ll seize any occasion to travel there.
This outfit reflects a major part of my personnality since the association is kinda paradoxal with street-style top, pencil skirt and Stan Smith sneakers all together. However that’s really something I feel myself in; I don’t refrain my feminine side but I also let the reckless tomboy inside of me shine. Actually I don’t think that anybody can be described by only one adjective. Labels and categories are things that I hate more than anything since they tend to reduce you and erase all the intricacies that make you exceptional. I suffered so much of labels people had stuck on me when I was younger that today I claim my trickyness and don’t care anymore about what people expect from me without knowing what I’m made of. I mean, it’s not because I aspire for a career in fashion and have a blog that I can’t also dance hip-hop every evening and ride a skateboard on week-ends. Contrasts induce you to permanently reconsider things, they prevent you from having preconceptions and give relief to life. Bisous.
Adidas sneakers / H&M top and Skirt