Thursday, June 22, 2017

Unnoticeable change

      I remember I surprised myself when I bought this top a couple of years ago. It was a very weird and unusual choice for me. I would never ever select  and wear anything like that in Russia. Shapeless, short, small floral print and gloomy colors. No, it wasn't "me" at all. But at the same time I was looking for something different, something I've never worn before. I felt that I needed a changes in my life.

      I brought this top home and tried it on with a pair of jeans. I wasn't sure if I liked it, for sure it wasn't my style. But at the same time there was something different, something new and unknown. I felt very comfortable and free. Probably, free is the right word for my feelings: this item had no belts, no tight-fitting silhouette, no constraining  style. I decided that I had to try this new style. Even though I didn't feel myself, I still had to give it a try.

      And today, I know how it all started. This top was the first one in my closet  with which I started wearing loose tops and blouses. And now I can say - I love them. Unnoticeably, my style has changed very much and looking back I can say - it is not a bad thing.  We are changing -everything around us is changing!












Top - Ralph Lauren, Pants - Anthropologie, Shoes - Anne Michelle, Bag - Marino Orlandi, Sunglasses - Ray Ban, Earrings - Express, Bracelets - Friend's gift

Photos by Evgeny Verivski

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6 comments:

  1. Glad you decided to wear that top! It looks so good on you and pairs well with the wide leg pants!

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    1. Thank you very much, Rach! I read your posts and your home page - you are amazing! Keep doing what you are doing and good luck with everything!

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  2. Tatiana, I like this look for you, too. Sometimes I think of the "Russian look" as kind of severe (tight clothes, high heels, very controlled). This top is free and swingy, lots of movement. I also love the pics, especially the fuchsia.

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    1. Thank you, Madeline! I totally agree with you. "Very controlled" - it is exact definition about me style back in Russia.

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  3. I just found your page from the blog linkup with me (sharingajourney) and my friend Cheryl from Northwestmountainliving.com. What a great blog and stunning outfit. I love your style

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words, Nina!

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