Fall is starting in SoCal
Fall, the season we were all waiting for. I can easily say that I was desperately waiting for it!Why? Well, easy to answer…I must confess that even though my life is in SoCal.
I’m not, don’t think I’ll ever be a California Girl.
Don’t get me wrong, SoCal is beautiful and it’s not a bad place to live —AT ALL—
I lived most of my life in the center of the country —Mexico— with the best of each season. Being able to wear appropriate clothes for each season, —You know— boots when Fall and sandals when real Spring and Summer is in. Not sandals all year round! —That one goes from all the guys out there. Those who never take off those sandals, Yuck! — Eat the food that represents each season —OMG, now I’m talking about food, this has got to stop—. Anyways, you get the point. Right?
I’m Not a Cali Girl
I say that I’m not a Cali Girl because, every time I go shopping, I go straight to every garment that is not “appropriate” for SoCal. Somehow, I forget that I live in a Holiday destination. Warm weather, sea, sand, sunny every day —Humidity, we all hate you by the way— Maybe you’ve noticed it. My style is more about, heavy fabrics —not so girly style— Love to wear fitted pants and jackets. Once in a while I wear dresses but not the tight short type of dress —not that there’s something wrong with that— I don’t show much skin and definitely, I don’t use much makeup.
Go ahead and google… “California girl style”….
See, that’s not me at all!!
Losing my Personal Style
When I first moved to Cali, I was kind of confused. I kept true to my style, but somehow I felt out of place. Just by going to the coffee shop, people looking at me like “Why is she wearing that?!” not that I worry about what people think about me.
But Ey!! I’m not blind either.
But somehow it affected me, and I started to camouflage myself —By that I mean, I stopped being myself.— And I stopped working on my blog and stopped taking pictures of my daily look. Those little things that were a hobby for me. I didn’t like it at all. Anyways, my point is: There’s no better thing than being yourself and loving who you are. Like one of my favorite quotes ever.
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” ― Oscar Wilde
My Stylosophy Look
About My Stylosophy look. I must confess I fell in love with those navy culottes the moment I saw them. I was in Florence and I had to buy them. Pairing up with a pair of over the knee boots and a Lila top that goes perfectly with the tone of the pants. To give a pop of color, I added the clutch a design I made a couple of years ago.
So, what you think.
Yes or No?