Spring has officially sprung and even though it has brought us one full day of sun that actually felt like there is a new season in town, I feel like my mood already changed from winter blues(?) to full-on happiness.
I even wore a red skirt (not kidding!) earlier this week for a project.
This makes me think of something my other half said a couple of weeks ago. He probably doesn't know, but his statement did hit me. A little bit. He said that I should maybe try look a little more feminine every now and then. And it is not that I would ever change the way I dress for a guy, even if it's a guy that I have been dating for five years now. But the guy has a point.
Side note, Lesley is one of those guys that adores a girl in her tightest dress and highest heels. I don't own any tight dresses.
My heels are currently stored in boxes and apart from that party I went to that made my toes feel numb, they haven't come out of those boxes in quite a while. Not even during Fashion Week. And here I am in my destroyed denim, a casual sweater that my other half mistakenly wore last week because he thought it was his, a boxy leather jacket, complete with mannish loafers et all. Should I have worn lipstick with this? Am I turning into a boy?
Admittedly this is not my most feminine ensemble, but I have never been quite ladylike and I don't think I ever will be. I used to climb in trees, only occasionally played with Barbie.
Even though I feel the comfiest in jeans and sneakers (or a loafer in this case), it is obviously good to sometimes step out of our comfiest zones. And so I will try and do my best to figure hug every once in a while, show an ankle, a shoulder or the cleavage I don't really have...
Leather Jacket, Acne Studios; Sweater, ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo; Jeans, Paige Denim; Shoes, Zara; Bag, Rodtnes; Sunglasses, Bottega Veneta.