Lately I’ve been overwhelmed with the feeling of physical and mental exhaustion. Paired with the fear of failure, this makes for a rather unpleasant cocktail of emotions, one of them being anxiety, which seems to haunt me more or less. I know that comparison is the thief of all joy but I am wired that way and sort of blame our society (along with myself) for making me believe that this tauntingly obnoxious ridicule is the norm.
Changing, moving, going away. Are often words that make you understand what bittersweet means. They are by no means indicators of evil but letting go and shifting away from the past isn’t an easy act. I know some people won’t admit it, yet leaving behind what formed and created you is always hard. No matter how much you enjoy facing what may come, there is still the backdrop of your life known as the past.
Some people may consider Madonna and her music a religion. And I see the point of these people because this woman practically solemnly swears to surrender every century whatever may come. She is to this date the queen of pop and because I am having a kind of old school Madonna phase, which lasts longer than 4 minutes, (many more of these song related puns to come) I thought about her fame and probably dug deep enough to make this post about religion, feminism and God beware peoples taste in music.
A big part in life I think is: trying new things. Wether it’s a dish you’ve never eaten before or some kind of sports you have always looked at anxiously. It is not important how much you step out of your comfort zone, it can be something you just always wanted to try, what matters is that you stay open minded. Because that is what it’s all about. Human beings tend to lock themselves in. They just wander through their routines day after day without not noticing that it is not the little bump itself in the road of life which throws them off but the straying from their routine.
For a Fashion-blogger there are only few things better than fashion itself. One of them is: Fashion for little money. So it only seemed right to attend the Sneak in my closet // Flea market (15th Feb 15), featuring a few of Viennas most commonly known Lifestyle/Fashion/Beauty-bloggers.
since I’ve been traveling a lot lately, due winter holidays, I had some time figuring some stuff out for myself . And you are probably in front of your computers right now wondering when and if I ever post an outfit again, and I can assure you 2015 will be fashionable, but for today I want to talk about things that I’ve been inspired by or that I started valuing more. I don’t want to be a pseudo therapist and help you get over a horrible childhood memory or some kind of trauma because I am certainly not qualified for that but looking at things from different angles might be just what we all need every now and then.
Yesterday,all my trouble seemed so far away…
and not only that but also the cold weather which forced me to put on a jacket,…again.(grumpy face)
While hoping that it might get warmer(ever realised how important the weather is for dressing?)
I took some Statement pieces threw them all together and had some fun making People stare. What might be hard in
NYC but is actually quiet easy in Vienna. Anyway you’re probably thinking more is less but why reducing awesomeness?
So here we go:
Faux leather trouser in burgunde: H&M
Oversized blouse: Banana Republic
Boyfriend cutted coat: Primark
Shoes: Alessandro Santi