Although it took a few days a feeling of scrumptious freedom is currently coursing through my body and brain. I now have more time than ever to dedicate myself to this blog, to think about the future and plan.
Last week a sweet blonde girl wearing cute flatforms, frilly socks, donning a cobalt blue Fjällräven rucksack stopped me in the middle of town and told me how much she liked my outfit and asked whether she could take a photo and interview me quickly. Initial shock drowned me for a millisecond and then I enthusiastically agreed. It's going to be published in the June issue of FRIZZ magazine and possibly on MTV!
How difficult is it to take pictures of the clothes you like to wear and post them on the internet? Pretty difficult. I have to be honest and admit that one of the main reasons I wasn't bending over backwards to post OOTDs was out of suspicion of the possible laborious reaction of various individuals at school who may have discovered this cheeky place of self expression.
But now I can truly say that I don't care and I'm doing it for me and anyone who's interested! This outfit encompasses everything I currently love. White, pastel blue, silver jewellery. I have never seen anyone wearing such a brutal crop top in Frankfurt but I have an undying love affair with them and can't wait to be in London over the summer, where I am sure I will receive far fewer intensely curious albeit distinctly disturbed looks.
(BTW, I bet you haven't seen these Zara skorts on the blogosphere before... )
Skorts: Zara, Cardigan: Sammydress, Bag: Vintage, Necklace: Nastygal (this is my sister's. I unfortunately have knicked it on countless occasions), Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell via Nastygal, Socks: Topshop
If you are a fan of Metronomy and have not heard this remix yet I strongly suggest you listen to it with your eyes closed and enjoy.
Lately, I really have been feeling good. Dear self: don't stop, please.