It was almost impossible to take pictures that evening with the crazy wind blowing (and that is why my friends, you’ll see me trying to control my hair in every other picture.. smh). Out of 30 pictures that we took, only 5 came out right (where I’m not eating my hair, or have a hair-mustache or blinded by my own hair)! But I’m not complaining since summers here in Florida are so hot and humid – I’ll take whatever Spring weather I can get.
Pink pants. Never thought I’ll ever wear them. But here we are. These pink chino pants are so comfortable, how could I not? What I really liked about them was that they are not ‘in-your-face-pink’. The faded pink color gives them a more casual look and makes them more wearable.
Blouse: Loft | Pants: Gap | Shoes: CL by Laundry | Necklace: Loft | Watch: Fitbit Glaze
I am not one of those fashion bloggers who specially dress up for the blog posts. What I wear in my personal life is what I post here (I’ve said this before). This is the idea behind street style/personal style blogging. And truthfully, this outfit is exactly what I wore today to grab a cup of Almond Latte in Lake Mary downtown. It’s nice and warm in Orlando, and undoubtedly I am welcoming mini skirts with open arms.
It’s almost spring, I know.. but then I felt like dressing up for Fall. Ha! I promise, I will include more flowers in my next outfit to soothe your eyes, and to maintain balance of the universe. 😉
Would you believe if I say this skirt was a thrift find (and is almost 2 years old)! Also this top is making it’s second entry on the blog today. Judging by the positive response it got when I first wore it, even I don’t know why I never wore it again (on the blog). Of course I wore it many times but never clicked pictures. Better late than never!
Top: Loft | Skirt: Thrift store | Shoes: Clarks | Watch: Fossil
There… just when you think you are having the best time in the world, the moment passes, the day goes by.. It comes to an end! Everything changes.. Nothing remains forever.
And specially when time doesn’t wait for us, why should we wait for the ‘right’ time? Actually, there is no ‘right’ time. The time is NOW! I strongly believe in this, and live my life this way. If I want to do something, I will do it now. Not tomorrow, not day after.. Now!
You should try it sometime.. you would be surprised, how much you will get done, and how soon!
On the outfit front, this is what I wore for a lunch date, a haircut appointment, evening coffee date and then a movie (Martian.. pretty amazing huh!)! I had to be comfortable, because it was a long day out. We are having a ‘dream-come-true’ kind of Fall weather lately.. And these shoes kept me on my toes! Oh how much I want the time to pause.. only if it was possible..!!
Sweater: Loft | Shirt: Express | Jeans: Loft | Shoes: Vans | Bag: Sole Society
The other day I was watching a TV show (Pretty Little Liars – to be exact) and something said in the show really struck with me. It was about when we meet and greet someone, we generally ask ‘how are you’, but do we really want to know how are they doing? Or we want them to say what we want to hear.. which is ‘I am fine/great/doing well blah.. blah.. Do we really care if they are fine? They might be stressed, sad, searching for a job, or struggling to meet daily means, unhappy or worse depressed – but do we really want to listen to that level of an honest answer? Well, I don’t think we do want to listen to all that personal life crisis (and trust me we all are going through one or the other kind)… nobody’s life is perfect. Then what is the meaning of asking such a baseless question! From now on, I will switch to ‘How has your day/morning been so far?’ This will make others think and (perhaps) give an honest answer..!! 🙂
I wore this top in summers, and plan to rock it in Fall too. This color is so dynamic..! Well, these pictures were not taken very recently as you can see (I got my hair cut shorter after these were taken plus we don’t have skirt-worthy weather anymore). 😦
Top: Loft | Skirt: Gap | Sandals: Zara | Bag: Forever 21 | Watch: Fossil | Necklace: A museum in LA