I am very into flowy clothes these days. The comfort and femininity just appeals to me on every level. I think I have finally moved away from anything skin tight and short. I cringe at the thought of my clothes almost squashing me or pinching me somewhere. I’ll leave that for highschool-Andy.
Cotton On has surprisingly great clothes at the moment. I actually got some really nice pants and jumpsuits from them about a week ago and am super impressed with the material and fit. I’ve had some problems with Cotton On’s quality on previous occasions, especially since they are not cheap anymore, but I don’t mind checking out what they have these days and actually walk around with my arms full of possible purchases. Happy 🙂
One of these great-buys is the flowy flare pants I am wearing in these photos. Oh, I am also very into like a mustard yellow, like what I am wearing here. I don’t know why I love it so much! It just puts me in a good mood. And I used to strongly dislike yellow!? Things change and people change.
So, why not embrace yellow all the way?
My mom has small lemon tree orchard in her backyard and these lemon trees are like Chuck Norris lemon trees. There are only about 12 of them and they produce enough lemons for about 10 million gin and tonics. Once, Pierre and I found a lemon that was the size of a rugby ball. I am not even exaggerating a little. These babies are on steriods (actually my mom is super into organic stuff, so our trees doesn’t see any supplements other than sunshine and water – so if you ever need tons of organic lemons- hit me up #ad).
So this was just the setting to shoot some content. Looks quite cool if I have to say so myself.
The rest of my outfit is this frilly top which I loooove and don’t wear enough and my washed-out-worn-out Vans which I wear way too often.
Hope you guys have a great weekend. Go for a run, or don’t. Eat healthily, or eat pasta. Just do whatever the hell you are in the mood for. Haha that reminds me of the most relevant thing I have read in a long time: “Eat Pasta, Run Fasta”.