Outfit: Zara blazer, Alexander Wang t-shirt, Zara boyfriend jeans, Hermes belt, Hermes Cape Cod watch, Hermes cashmere shawl, Repetto flats and Christys fedora.
The feedback I'm getting is that you prefer to see what I REALLY wear and it doesn't matter if it's the 18457837264th time that you've seen my infamous boyfriend jeans/sweats/flats etc. Is that right? If it is..........whew! Because.... I'm no trendsetter. I can't be arsed thinking about what to wear every single day. If it hurts, I'm not wearing it. If I can't squat/sit/walk/bend, I'm not wearing it either. And if I really really really REALLY like something, I will wear it again and again and again and again. Like these boyfriend jeans from Zara.
I still dislike being the subject matter in the front the camera because I love pressing the button more than posing (same pose, different day). The idea of taking selfies is completely lost on me. I used to follow a whole bunch of famous bloggers until I was inundated with selfies ALL day long. Surely, there are more interesting things to photograph other than your own face??
Lately, I had a look at my half arm span sized closet and 3 drawers and started to hyperventilate. Some may say.....pffffffft....... small closet. True. But when I had to dig around a whole bunch of stuff to get to the same-tshirts-that-I-wear-everyday, I know I own waaaaaay too much unnecessary crap. Why is it that we feel compelled to buy more clothes when we wash/dry/wear the same few pieces ALL the time?
Photo credit: Lil L