When it’s officially really warm, I’m spending most of my day bare feet. Of course, only when I’m working from home, and not when I’m running out to grab lunch or an iced coffee. I mean, I feel really comfortable in my neighborhood, but going out bare feet would bit off, wouldn’t it? So when I dress for that really warm day, which I then spend at my home-office, I dress comfortable, but just enough “dressed up” so that when Thomas comes home after work, I could potentially slip on some heels, and run off for dinner.
In my desperate search for summer, for warm sunbeams and extreme amounts of vitamin D, I decided to take manners in my own hands. So whenever the sun turns up, even though it’s still a little bit cold, I simple refuse to wear any of sweaters, but instead I find a spot where no wind blows, but fragile rays of sunlight can still find my skin, I warm up, in the most beautiful floral dress, velvet sneakers with light reflecting embellishments, and elegant fine jewelry. I might even dare to take of my jacket, take out my sunglasses, and dance a little sundance…
Just when you thought Chloe couldn’t make you more happy, they make a home-run. The ChloePre-Fall 2016 offers about everything a modern-day women needs. From dreamy dresses – to be worn from day to night – to solid coats and capes that keep you really warm in winter, color combinations made in heaven, and even disco sequins for the perfect night out. I’m so sold, but that’s probably not surprising to any of you ;)
Spring doesn’t mean it’s not going to be cold, nor that it will be sunny all the time. Spring also means chilly mornings, rainy afternoons, and windy evenings. I embrace it, though, because as long as there’s no snow, I’m happy. Of course I would absolutely appreciate it if we can get so summer straight away – and quick – but after a long and fairly cold winter, I can only applaud that I’ve officially moved my arctic parka to my winter wardrobe storage, and those loafers no longer need socks.
I am typically a person who is always on time. Because let’s be honest, there is rarely a good reason for being late. In my opinion, it’s just a matter of planning and if you time things well, you will make it on time. But how come I’ve been late to certain very important things recently? How could I have let that happen while wiping all excuses for being late off the table even before they are made?