Here we are. I’m just about writing the second post for the blog and needless to mention, it’s much easier than it was for the first one. I think it’s pretty about getting your hands on it, plunging deeper into your mind and having a big cup of coffee within your reach. And guess what? I’d never thought writing could absorb me so damn much! There is something so personal, almost innermost in it. This keeps my table full of tousled drafts and my eyes glued to that blue screen.
On the other hand, the digitalization leads to the sketchy content overburden. Most media-savvy folks are so in a hurry to expose their counterfeit “flawless life”, that the blogosphere seems to already forget why it all started. So here come a question: how do you, guys, overcome the superficiality and stay true to yourselves? I’m quite a novice in the self-publishing domain, so it was one of the first questions on my mind. I’m more than curious about your opinion.
As I deal with the pros and cons of being a numerical deb, there are images of our last shoot. Onesies were my day’n’night clothes lately, so we got this extra comfy Leon & Harper jumpsuit right here. One thing I adore about a onepiece – your overall look may vaguely differ depending on how you style it. Here are my few tips:
- Having a chic rooftop party? Throw on some statement jewelry like this one or that, tribe inspired necklace by Isabel Marant. Your hair in a ponytail or a bun. You are ready to go!
- If you want to add a feminine touch to your image – high-heeled pumps are your best friends. I personally love it when worn with jeans or any rough fabric boyish jumpsuits.
- Sleeveless piece? Layer it up with a long-sleeved top or loose sweater for a cozy look. I love this snug H&M one.
As the summer approaching very soon, I will definitely do more posts of how to pull off the onesies during the vacation, on the beach and anywhere warm place. Keep updated!
Jumpsuit: Leon & Harper (similar here)
Tank : H&M
Bag : Zara (similar here)
Necklace : Urban Outfitters