When you do what you love, you must be a better person than when you do what you don’t. On one hand. When you do what you love and it also happens to be what lets you wear whatever it is that you feel like wearing, then it’s on the other hand. Then you have two hands to high-five at the same time. It is even more interesting to come to the conclusion that, in fact, the two hands are high-fiving themselves as the two can not exist one after the another.
Unless you’re a doctor and you have to dress in the white uniform and you either don’t care at all about clothes and accessories or you wear the white uniform and you save people. Case in which you have the superpower to wear your underwear in the streets if you feel like wearing underwear in the streets and flaunt your aura like you just don’t care.
Unless you’re Superman. Or Alicia Vikander.
So there’s the thing that you’re doing that you love all of the time and there’re the clothes you’re sharing the joy with all of the time. Or something. Because clothes are never just clothes if they are on you to make you feel like the better version of yourself.
When you wear what you love, you must be a better person.
When you’re with the one that you love in a kissing relationship or in a fun friendship or in a professional link, you must be a better person.
When you eat something you love (oh, man, just think of that fresh made bread-butter-pesto-prosciutto-mozzarella-tomatoes snack, or watermelon, or cheeseburger, or think fast of something super juicy for you to enjoy right now) (***what is it?***), you must be a better person.
When you see something for the first time and your eyes turn into cherries, you must be a better person.
I was leaving home for a meeting the other days, throwing on myself a white t-shirt, my blue mom’s jeans, the sandals from above, the perfume that makes me smile for no reason and rushed out the door. I found the perfect parking spot (the day became half nice already) and the beautiful summer morning light and air was there and upon running to the meeting, I thought to myself: man, I’m so lucky to be able to wear what I love wearing anyway anywhere to do the work I – without even thinking – have always dreamt of doing and cultivated unconditionally for.
In fact, the dream of doing all the stuff that I’m doing today must have involved the style I’ve always felt like myself in the most. I don’t know who chose who. I feel like my world ***OZ*** has this super inter connected things going on.
The surroundings I’m always aware of, the people around me and the mental notes I’m constantly taking. Observing. Appreciating. Admiring.
- Loose the hat, put on some glittery shoes and you’re ready for the party tonight. 2. Thank God for these sneakers trend for they will take you anywhere, anytime. They make a dress look all relaxed, a tuxedo fun, a pair of classic jeans and messy hair and tee Californian, shorts dressed.
3. A tee under a short dress covers you. Literally. A pony tail uncovers. Whatever that is supposed to mean.4. A fun t-shirt might make you goof all day. That is if you like Goofy, but maybe you like Droopy. I like Droopy better, yet the Goofy in me never lets me down.5. When the light is right, everyone seems right. 6. You’ve got to have the right essentials, though, to feel right. Or like yourself. 7. Black mom jeans, black sandals and a special kind of top will make the simple aforementioned pieces look not so simple anymore.8. Hello!