And finally this red dress, which I couldn’t wait to show you. It’s from Topshop and it’s the best I’ve had for a while for sure. It’s super for a holiday, but that’s only a few weeks in a year (if so), so why wouldn’t wear when we can? And this case can means when your legs are socially acceptable (smoothly depilated and deliciously tanned), but that’s too much rules for me, women are born with pale hairy legs anyway, and that’s only normal.
But can I be the biggest revolutionist/rebel/feminist call whatever you please, the social pressure is still big, so here am I mostly depilated but no tanned and this is the best I can and will do. And I don’t take responsibility for stray hairs here and there though, thank you very much.
But back to the outfit. It wouldn’t be me, if I didn’t though up this look with at least one questionable (by men or parents mostly) item, in this case this camouflage jacket which was another best buy this year. And no, I don’t even care red and green are sort of complimentary colours, being too christmassy together, because 1, the jacket is muted enough and 2, it has camouflage print all over it, and when has this print ever had to do anything with christian holidays? That’s right. End of discussion.
Ok, I might be a bit aggressive and upset here, but it’s only because I am, and it feels so good to let it out somewhere. This is a thing which my husband appreciate probably, I mean that he plays no target here, but it has nothing to do with you guys either, you’re the best as always, especially if you’ve got to this point with this piece of soul garbage. I appreciate it really. 🙂
Jacket and dress – Topshop, sunglasses – eBay, bag – Mango, sandals – H&M
And these sandals are so worth the buy, even though they killed my pinky toes. Probably they’re not the best for longer walks, but they’re so stylish nonetheless.