Good morning ladies!
I hope you all had a lovely and great weekend, since last Sunday was International Women’s Day. I really wish you had a great time enjoying yourself and the fact of being a woman, because that’s amazing, right?
As a woman, I do know we go through so many difficulties and pain, just because we were “designed” that way, but all of this makes us more powerful and stronger. For example, period sucks, but giving birth is something amazing, and we should be proud that our bodies can do that. I do think that everything happens for a reason and, if we were made that way is just so we are prepared for whatever life throws at us. We are capable of so much so we should support each other instead of competing so much.
Also, even though it’s something I’ve never talked about on the blog but I feel like it’s really important to take advantage of such big digital platforms to spread it. Never do anything you don’t want to do and say it out loud if you’re not okay with something. It’s important to know that you’re not alone and that there are people who will always be there for you to help you with whatever you need.
With all of this said, I wanted to share with you the outfit I wore this past Sunday, to celebrate Women’s Day. Obviously, I had no better day to wear my new lilac blazer. I know I never wear colour but I was curious about this recent trend so I decided to try it. I styled it in a pretty casual but stylish way, mixing different trends that are quite big at the moment. I decided to wear this statement blazer with black PU trousers, a basic t-shirt, chunky trainers, croc baguette bag, and many gold details.
What did you do on Women’s Day? Do you like my outfit? Definitely tell me so in the comments down below and I’ll be glad to read!
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WHAT I’M WEARING?
Blazer – Loavies (gifted) / T-shirt – Zara / Trousers – Bershka / Trainers – Uterqüe / Jewellery – Ania Haie / Bag – Mango