It was somewhat cold and dreary early this week, which made me believe that autumn has finally arrived in Barcelona. I was wrong. This morning, I was greeted by warmth and lots of sunshine; I guess the coats and jumpers will be spending more time in storage!
High-five to all those who made Felicity a weekly habit in their younger years! The love triangle involving Felicity, Ben and Noel; the shift from pre-med to art school; the DRASTIC haircut. Love that show! (One time, I got locked out of the house and I, completely unexpected, knocked on a friend’s door late in the evening, asking if I could watch Felicity at her place. Her family was already in bed and my friend was in her PJs getting ready to do the same. It was rude and insensitive of me, but this was Felicity we were talking about!) Fast forward to the present: Felicity, I mean, Keri Russell is all grown up. She’s married and has two children. But who’s with me in saying that you can still see Felicity Porter in her style?
Liv Tyler was enchanting as Lady Arwen, the most beautiful of the last generation of High Elves in Middle-earth (Wikipedia? You bet.) But to look this good in regular clothes? Only a few can pull that off. I hereby declare Liv as the most beautiful among the sneaker-wearing race in Middle, er, on Earth.
Is there anything more versatile than a crisp white shirt? I guess none. It can take you from day to night, office meetings to dinner dates. Don’t know what to wear? Wear a white shirt. Don’t have time to dress up? Wear a white shirt. Easy-peasy.
The denim-on-denim trend – as you can see here, here and here – is just not happening for me. I don’t understand why it looks cool and stylish on other people yet on me, it’s terrible. Are you on the same boat? My idea to make this work: wear one piece of denim clothing with one denim or denim-like accessory. Technically, that’s still “double denim”, right?
Levi’s jeans, G-star Raw shirt, Levi’s shawl, Kaporal Jeans espadrilles, Dakine bag
Hi. My name is Alice and I’m a boyfriend-jeans-aholic. But while most women wear boyfriend jeans with heels, I prefer pairing them with flat sandals, ballerinas and sneakers. Here are some other women who like it that way too. (We’re a rare kind, it seems. )