Black and ecru. Sometimes is the best way to go. As you can see I changed my sunglasses and I rarely do that! I’m so passionate about my classic wayfarers I have a hard time changing. I also have very little sunglasses, so I don’t have room for much change, though I promised to invest on a few more pairs, so I might get more soon. Also the heat had been keeping me from wearing jeans, but this pair is quite light so it’s a great option for summer.
I’m wearing: Ray-Ban clubmaster sunglasses (get them HERE), The Kooples shirt, jeans and belt, Birkenstock sandals (get them HERE) and Prada bag (get it HERE).
No matter where you are right now, or where you are going, I have prepared an outfit for every destination.
For the beach: Tooshie for A.P.C swimsuit, La Garconne Moderne slip dress, K.Jacques sandals (get them HERE), Lotuff & Cleff working tote, Isabel Marant watch (get it HERE), Illesteva Leonard sunglasses (get them HERE), Eugenia Kim hat (get it HERE).
For the countryside: Barbour jacket (get it HERE), Helmut Lang shirt, Carven shorts, Superga sneakers (get them HERE), Longchamp Le Pliage tote (get it HERE), Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses (get them HERE).
For the city: The Row tank (get it HERE), Stella McCartney skirt (get it HERE), Maxmara sandals, Louis Vuitton clutch, Cartier watch, Byredo perfume, The Row sunglasses (get them HERE).
I’m updating really late today because I had a very busy day! My friend Omar came to visit from Stockholm so I spent the day with him. It was such an awfully hot day it’s unbearable, can’t wait for cooler days!
I’m wearing: Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses (get them HERE), Liberty for J.Crew shirt, American Apparel skirt, A.P.C wedges and Reed Krakoff bag (get it HERE).
Today I’m delighted to diverge a little bit from fashion and get into a topic than I enjoy so so much and probably never shared over here. Books.
My love for books started at the very early age of four when I learnt how to read. Yes, I was a very precocious girl, always with hunger for adventures and books were my first journey. All through my childhood, specially during the summer me and my sister would beg my parents to buy us books so we could devour them at night before going to sleep and then exchange them, then ask for more and more and more. The rest of the year I would read what was scheduled for me to read at school, some books I enjoyed greatly others not so much…but the sole act of reading meant to travel to a new world and that has always been one of my drives in life.
So each summer as I did as a kid I get my books ready to come with me wherever I might go. I want to share with you some of my favorites and would love for you to do the same, that way we can exchange titles and hopefully I can get to know some new titles/authors which I am also eager to do.
Lately I have become more of a non fiction reader so many of my titles will come from that category, but of course not all, some fiction is always good.
-The House of The Spirits by Isabel Allende
-Quiet by Susan Cain
-Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote
-The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides
-The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides
-Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
-All Those Things We Never Said by Marc Levy
-The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
-What Remains by Carole Radziwill (currently reading and loving this one)
- Just Kids by Patti Smith
-Be My Baby by Ronnie Spector
There you go, ten…no eleven awesome books. Let me know which ones are your favorites!
On picture: Chanel flats and Marc Jacobs sunglasses.