Being a fashion blogger is exhausting sometimes, because you need to over think what you are going to wear and bla bla bla. Some of the most successful fashion bloggers out there dictate what we should be wearing and what we should be buying in order to be in, but I simply refuse to think their way. First, I don’t feel like wearing super high heels, even if it is with a destroyed pair of jeans to the mall or to grab a drink with friends simply because we, normal people don’t live that kind of life. It’s not Sex and the City out here and let’s be honest many bloggers (if not all of them) carry flats in their bags to change after shooting, so why selling a lie? Why keep showing us everyday looks styled with the most gorgeous high heels, that we all buy but wear only once or twice in real life? I love bloggers such as Sincerely Jules or Kenzas, who most of the time wear normal stuff, stuff we can buy and wear on a daily basis but apart from a few fashion bloggers, the rest is promoting the super chic style we can only wear on special occasions. What about everyday style, simpler looks? It’s too bad that fashion bloggers avoid wearing tracksuits for example. I love how Rihanna and Cassie manage to style their oversized tracksuits and still look very feminine and sexy and in my case, I sometimes feel bad about taking pictures when wearing a 100% sporty outfit because it doesn’t feel “right” or because there’s nothing fabulous about it. But I am done with this shit, from now on I will take pictures of all my outfits, trendy or not, because at the end of the day this blog is about my personal style, and this kind of look is part of who I am. ^_^ As Coco Chanel said, Fashion fades, only style remains the same!
Wearing : H&M shirt | Stradivarius jeans | Lulu Castagnette vest