I hadn’t used you to so much pink on the blog right?! In fact, black, grey, white, denim and kaki are usually the main players of my closet but it doesn’t mean I can’t inject a splash of color from time to time, the thing is to stick to basics. To balance an overload of sweetness I decided to feature pastel pink through a bomber jacket you can find anywhere now and this typically masculine piece was a convenient way for me to wear such a girly color.
What I like is its street and cool kid effect, especially when I pair it with sneakers and a half bun. I actually wore this outfit at school the other day and got some compliments about the bomber despite the fact that most of the girls there dress in preppy black all year long. Not that we have a particular dress code at my school but let’s say that when you study luxury marketing, students tend to trap themselves in a plain, borring and convenient style that end up influencing their mind. My opinion my sound a bit rough but I’m used to say (and write) what I truly think. So no offence to classmates who may stop by my blog, but I’ll keep on getting inked and wearing cropped tops.
My style is obviously something I care about but not only cause I like beautiful clothes. It’s also something that is fully part of my freedom and inner peace. Indeed, this matter led my aspiring career choice trying to stay as far as possible from any kind of uniform or annoying dress code. Putting together my outfit in the morning is something I enjoy so much that I couldn’t see myself in a combination that earases any sign of my personnality to please a boss. I often claim that if an employer doesn’t want to hire you because of your tattoos, hair style, outfit, it means he’s narrow minded and that it’s a good thing you’re not part of his company, otherwise you’d be miserable every morning at the simple thought of your job. Trust the timing of your life, figure out who you are and feel free to be so. That is the real key of success! Bisous.