To be honest, I've always disliked UGG boots, maybe because of the fact every basic b*tch in Ljubljana owns at least a pair. Those kind of trends are stupid to me, because love for them doesn't come from genuine adoration but from a wish to show off money and to be 'it girl'. It shows a lack of creativity, taste, confidence. If they weren't a trend I maybe would get a pair.
I've been thinking about my attitude to trends and popular pieces. I don't want to follow them. Yes. I'd rather be a trendsetter myself. I refuse to buy a pair of white Converse or an Armani plastic bag for example. But is it even good for me to limit myself like that, does it even show any kind of power or qualities? Sometimes you profit the most when you overcome your limits and give the thing you would normally never chose a go! That way you can really discover new exciting hobbies, meet interesting people, improve your style.
It's spring so I obviously cannot wear boots anymore, so I decided to get a pair of UGG sandals. It was a challenge to combine it in my style, but I'm really happy to own them now. I discovered another side of me that can get a bit more preppy and romantic. First, they're so comfortable and easy to walk in, but I also think they would look great with most of my clothes, I just have to combine it right. I think I did a good job, what do you think?
Do you like them? What are the things you would never ever wear? Comment below, I'm more than interested to know!
UGG Jules Pearl sandals from Spring-Summer 2015 collection (info HERE)
H&M plastic bag
Ph. Robert Ribič
I also wanted to share my recent discovery with you. While searching for my prom dress I came across a cute web store Sherry London. They sell cocktail party dresses, evening and prom dresses plus much more. All the productions that you need in their website are custom made, which could let you get the goods suitable. I wish I could attend more evening events and be wearing some of the dresses I found dozens of gorgeous dresses that remind me of the latest Rodarte FW 15/16 collection on NYFW (photo below).
I much admit there is a fine line between looking cheap and expensive, but I believe it's a matter of how you combine the dress for example. The dress I like the most is the third blue one. It's such a shame being a Barbie has a bad sound to it, it should be the opposite - it's a lot of hard work, talent and a good eye to look like an expensive one. I've been loving vintage dresses lately, especially the ones by Gianni Versace from the 90s and these dresses below seem like a modern and cheaper version you can get for your special occasion.
Here are some of my favourites:
Dresses from left:
"www.sherrylondon.co.uk Bridesmaid is an embodiment of dignity, elegance and fashion. We combine the view of dignity and elegance with the east graceful and restrained spirit, designing its dresses of unique, showing originality in the skill of draping tailor and using the first rate imported fabrics"
Inspired by Rodarte:
I wish you all a successful week and good luck to the ones who are taking matura essay on Tuesday, we'll rock it!