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In full bloom

Today was one of those other great warm days you wished could last all year around. The sun was out, the sky was blue; not too hot, not cold at all. It was one those days, you would love spending out in a park, or baking under the sun on the seacoast. Or at least I would.
I did not have anything special, just the ordinary usual boring life of a housewife. But since it was a nice day, I wanted to look nice. So I decided to wear this:

White scarf - Walmart
Jacket - Shimamura
Wrap cardigan - Gap
White tee- Home's
Skirt - G.U.
Shoes -H&M


I bought this skirt on impulse over a month ago at G.U. (Uniqlo other brand). I have been looking for something as good as my favorite black maxi skirt from H&M. This skirt is right up the alley with the breezy air feel it gives me. Plus it is a full skirt unlike the black one. The only problem I have with it is that it is not floor length. But I am going to make it work anyway.




"Neon coral" (or Orange as the hubby said) flats and my grey leggings


Yeah! I am wearing a size S top. I am not overweight after all!


I was trying to get some Sakuras in the shot

Pastels being trendy this season, I hit it right on the spot with this mint green (?) skirt. However, I am thinking that pastels may not be my shade of colors. I have been thinking about colors a lot lately. I went so far as to even consider having my colors "done" by a specialist. Some of my friends did it and they are saying that it changed their lives. I should do it but I am wondering if I really need a stylist telling me what looks good on me or not. Call me backwards but I think that stylists are just for celebrities and famous people. Maybe I will find the courage to do it and be done with it. But in the meantime, I am thinking that vivid colors may be more my thing than pastels.
In any case this skirt is a keeper and so will others in shades of blue, coral, golden, or even printed...that come my way.


My fav beaded earrings for now. I think I got them from a friend.


I was trying to capture the movement of the skirt and ended up with this. Man! Being a model is hard!


Here I live you with beautiful flowers found in my neighborhood.







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