Friday, February 1

Tweed and Go











Just because talking about my outfit is way too ordinary and boring I decided to share with you my latest thoughts on stuff...to be more precise life stuff. I’ve been thinking, men and women have totally different perceptions of intimacy. Our standards of as what qualifies a satisfying degree of affection are totally different. Women generate a bigger degree of empathy than men. Probably that's why we always say we lack attention and grand gestures.

Pierre Reverdy said, "There is no love. There are only proofs of love”, a statement with which I totally agree. There can be small, apparently insignificant gestures which can make a surprisingly big shift in how a men and woman interact. Anyhow, if you have some comments on this subject please let me know in the comments below. This exposition might be weird for you en liaison with an outfit post, but I just had to pour it out.

Now, about what I'm wearing. The weather in London is just surprisingly spring-like. So I decided to take full advantage of this and put together a lighter ensemble. Have a nice Friday everyone!

Blazer/ Zara. Skirt/ Zara. T-shirt/Armani Exchange. Shoes and clutch/ Christian Louboutin. Sunglasses/ Dior.


8 comments:

  1. You look stunning dear, the tweed blazer is so classic, but the Louboutins make your legs look like Gisele B√ľndchen's!

    Victoria. X
    http://www.mybougeotte.com

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    1. thank you thank you!! your appreciation means a lot!! xx

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  2. Detka ti prosto Cosmos!!))*

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  3. I think it's absolutely incredible how you're so pretty and into fashion AND got into a top russel group university:)are/were you like an A* student?

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    1. thank you very much) its partly genetics and loads of hard work )

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