Faux leather jacket, skinny jeans: H&M - Top: Zara - Sneakers: Vans - Bag: Urban Outfitters - Angry bitch face: my own
A very simple outfit today consisting almost entirely of all new items. Last weekend has been very busy and this was the outfit I wore to spend a whole day celebrating our birthday girl Eline. We enjoyed a scrumptious cava-brunch and afterwards headed to Maastricht for some serious shopping. I only bought food-related stuff. I have a growing obsession about (healthy) food and I can't go shopping without returning with another healthy cookbook or weird ingredient "to add to my granola". Even at Sissy Boy I bought a Chai tea herbal mix (partly because of the uttermost beautiful packaging). But I must add I also fell in love with a dress and numerous pieces of tableware (table -> food). I seriously don't know what has gotten into me.
But since this is a fashion blog, I'll also tell something about the clothes. As you can see, I finally bought myself a new (faux) leather jacket. I never owned a biker model before and thought that needed to change. Et voila. The blouse is a birthday-coupon well spent at Zara. I love the simplicity of the cut with the colorful print. I really do like very simple outfits however I also want to dress up like a creamy sundae for summer. You've already seen my new Vans in my previous outfit and I've been wearing them ever since. I love me a good pair of basic sneakers. And when in Dublin I figured I deserved a new bag. I've been carrying around my Zara one for ages now (a year) and it was time for a replacement. As for bags, I also tend to grab all black ones. Maybe this is a tendency I need to break, to try and spice things up a little. Or maybe my choice of outfits need to bring balance to the chaos that is my mind. I don't know, maybe I'm just tired or philosophic, but I didn't always dress this "goody-goody" and I refuse to say that I grew up because I most definitely didn't.
So how do you guys feel about homemade peanut butter?