Somebody stolen my pyjamas1:04 PM
We can't think about fashion as something serious, like, for example, working in a mine - if you do something unexpected or weird nobody gets hurt while being underground, or that undergroud (or anything else) doesn't blow up. I'm always smiling happily to all those old ladies looking askance at me and I simply nod to their comments like 'Now young people are so poor that they have to wear pyjamas during day instead of buying normal pants...'. Loose trousers and shirts, looking similar to those our granpas wear in the night, made from the silky material, became quite popular recently. Honestly, I'm really glad that there's some alternative to ubiquitous tight pants (I still can't accept bells-alike ones). Oh, and we always can have an excuse, when after a sleepless night, we forget to dress up ('No way! It's not my pyjamas, it's the perfect copy of Céline's look!'). Being more serious, in summer baggy and breezy materials can make miracles and be helpful in keeping our body cool, and since I've never had bermudas I wanted to try that form on.
However, when we decide to go for pyjamas, we should complete an outfit with some expressive colours (put the pastels away!) and high heels. Because of the sweltering heat recently I was eager to wear... well, as less as possible, so I chose my favourite Balenciaga's dud. Necklace is reminding me of Versace's climate and the H&M for Versace one I've never bought. Maybe it's weird, but during Fashion Weeks I am always excited with the New York and its extravaganza, then London with original casual, next I follow Paris and Mediolan.. well, I love brands (and their climate) which are showing their pieces there, like Dolce&Gabbana, Emilio Pucci, Gucci, Moschino, Roberto Cavalli, Jil Sander or Versace, wich I mentioned above, but city itself has never been appealing for me. But recently it is just inversely - the style of those women, the elegance, patterns, specific splendor - totally love it! I feel that my list 'places to go before death' has just grown :)