Recently I've been finding myself facing a lot of doubts. The newspaper headlines and media sites highlighting the worsening security issues in our state and the streets seem tense and somewhat angry, so publishing leisure and fashion posts suddenly seemed a little strange and out of place.
On the other, it's precisely in times like these that there are those who seek an out from these harsh feelings, a kind of optimistic place to stay in…
Personally, I do not like to be angry and frustrated. Not in life and not with clothes.
Maybe it's a "tall person" complex, but when my pants are annoyed with my shoes, I'd rather just put it all to the side and move on. For instance, I tried to avoid the culottes trend (women's knee-length trousers, that resemble a skirt), for several months.
Over time, after adopting a peaceful attitude towards the situation and went to the negotiating table (the dressing room) with an open mind, pants suddenly looked interesting and flattering and even a peace agreement was signed. The agreement, as agreement goes, a number of conditions were set in order to establish good relations –
(1) They must create the illusion of longer legs due to the unique length of the pants. Therefore, it is advisable not to wear ankle boots or high-heeled shoes with ankle straps;
(2) They should have a wide and loose shape. If too tight they can make the hips and waist look larger than they are.
… Meanwhile, it's relatively quiet here in the region, hoping that with you too.
JACKET: mm6 – maison martin margiela& TROUSERS: ACNE STUDIOS – AVAILABLE AT verner /
TOP & Scarves: H&M / heels: ZARA / jewelry: H.STERN / handbag: PERSONAL COLLECTION / PHOTOGRAPHED BY: NIMROD KAPELUTO / HAIR & MAKEUP: LISHE