Hi lovelies! Thank you so much for all the love on my previous post.. You are amazing! Do you ever have one of those days where you count your losses more than your blessings? That was me yesterday and how unfortunate it was to start the week on a proper low note. I’ve always been a planner and it doesn’t sit well with me when I’ve planned something a certain way in my head and it doesn’t work out exactly that way. I mean, if you’d told me I wouldn’t have everything figured out by the time I was 24, I would have laughed in your face for 24 hours straight. No joke.
Yesterday morning, I literally sent a message to my BFF listing everything that was ‘wrong’ with my life. She replied me counteracting every single bullet point (yes I sent bullet points because I do the most) with a positive view and perspective. As silly as it seems, all the good things that I did have didn’t seem to matter anymore and I realised how easy it is to slip into that space of negativity. It’s so very important to stay positive (although easier said than done) and I thought I’d share with you something a dear friend shared with me recently. Every morning, she lists 5 things she’s grateful for before stepping out of bed and I think that can quite easily determine the course of your day. I hope this blesses someone 🙂 Now! Enough ranting about me and lets talk about this outfit.
Today’s look is an easy, floaty slay featuring a cropped cape blouse and flared tailored trousers. I’m not one for an all black ensemble, I’d rather white to contrast nicely against my skin but this look is an exception. The sheer, floaty nature of the blouse gives off an elegant vibe, creating tones of black which of course makes it look less stark. I’ve accessorised with gold jewellery and an embellished purse making this look appropriate for a nice evening out.
I hope you like it
Top: Asos (Old) | Trousers: Wana Sambo | Bag: Accessorize