I guess the fact that my favourite movies are romantic comedies defines me.
It just all seems sort of unreal. It practically always feels like I don't actually go there, but just travel several hours everyday to do an orientational course or something.
I think I need to wake up though. I need to realise that however I was dreaming a life when I was a kid I am now living that dream and I should take advantage of it. People may tell me I'm lazy or easy maybe, but in time I'll always be that girl that pursued her dream and got was she wanted. Can't argue with that, right?
Veni, vidi, vici.
Elegant, though sexy.
LOOKBOOK.nu: "got them from my grandpa" by Marianna M: "Acne T-shirt, Zara Chinos, Zara Heels"
Just simple does the trick here
- my birthday (in a somehow childish way)
- dressing up
- people who see honesty as an excuse to be rude
- people who act like their life is a tragedy
- people who judge a book by its cover
Sometimes I think our problems aren't the real problem, but the way we deal with them. Not that I will compare cancer with the flu, or an act of terrorism with being stung by a bee, but often the people who suffer from these big disasters happen to be the biggest survivors. Although their problems seem to be the heaviest, they have learned by experience how to make their problems fit in their hands. All this while the people without any actual problem whatsoever seem to be the bigger complainers. They have never experienced a genuine problem and therefore do not know how to handle them. Since they don't know how to deal with their problems, they will tell everyone about them in the hopes of finding someone who does know who to handle them. Once they find such a person, they will never let that person go, or anyway not before their little problem is solved..
Bought this long black dress a few days ago. Want to wear it, but think heals make it to chic and I want to keep it a bit casual, since it's already a 'long black dress'. When I don't wear heals with it though it's too long, need to figure the thing out sometime.
The picture doesn't show the dress that good I guess, with some heals/slippers and a denim jacket I think it's great!=)
This is part of what I wore yesterday. Including my new sunnies from H&M, which I thought were 6 bucks, but turned out to be 3.
The other things you see on the picture are a hat (H&M - borrowed it from my sister) a shawl (don't know where it's from) and a denim jacket (borrowed it from my other sister). You must think they're very generous, but they're not. I just get their clothes out of their closets :).
Picture my friend Wei-Wei made of me on Bevrijdingsfestival in Den Bosch yesterday. Hat is an old one, borrowing from my little sister. It's from H&M actually.
Getting a hat-fase I guess, starting to like them very much!:)
Kinda typical by the way, a picture of me in a H&M-shop. Almost every item I own is bought there, I guess.
At a certain moment it just hit me: the knowledge that only when I would not or barely care about what other people think about what I wear, I would look the best.
It’s just that some people seem to think that I wear the things I wear to be different from all the others, but nothing could be more wrong. I just wear what I think is nice, and if people tend to think that’s different, that would be their problem. I personally don’t think I dress that differently. In my opinion everyone wears what they think suits them the best, therefore I am no exception.
Maybe I have a different taste than a lot of people, maybe I just know what I want, maybe other people want the same thing, but just do not dare to wear what they want. If you’re one of those people that do not wear what they want, because you are afraid, then that’s just a lack of guts.
Please assume this to be true: Having on the right clothes, the ones you choose to be your look for a day, does not require confidence, it is acquired by it.
Bought a new pair of new boots at Invito yesterday. I had only an hour to shop, because I was actually going somewhere else, but I had already seen them on the Internet and thought they looked cool.
Unless I never buy this sort of shoes, I wanted to try them on and eventually bought them.=)
Now I have them, I like them very much. They make a lot of outfits so much nicer.
I am absolutely fond of the latest spring-collection by Victor and Rolf. Especially the big, stuffed dress with the gap in it on the upper picture is fabulous.
I find it's just the ideal combination of soft fabric and hard lines, and I think the ruffles and fabric are amazing!