Carrie's red scarf6:00 PM
Happy 2014 to everyone! First of all, how was your New Year's Eve? Hope you enjoyed a lot with your relatives and friends, and that 2014 began on the best mood as possible! I hope this new year is full of new projects, illusions, new things to know and live. As for me, I spent the night with my family, having dinner while watching series and films, then enjoying Spanish traditions like eating the twelve grapes. For me as every year is a quiet familiar night, another moment of enjoyment of my holiday before returning to classes.
For me, the new year means a new chance to start from zero, to change my mood about new challenges, find new projects and grow as a young woman. New year, new life. For me having the opportunity to share on this blog my experiences, outfits and all of you see here, that you live with me, is also part of these new projects I'm having in mind, and that I want to improve day by day this year.
Okay, now really really quickly about the outfit. It's been quite cold lately around here, although I've been not going out too much due to flu, but I feel like every time I've been out of home, it's been really difficult to plan an outfit. I mean, I'm not a planning freak when it comes to clothes. But I like to have a concrete idea subsequently applied to my looks, and those ideas have not appeared much these days. So, I've been caught more than fifteen minutes in front of the closet thinking ''What I'm going to wear'' more than once. This is one of those moments, when I just took one thing from here, those earrings from there and so the outfit appeared. That's when I realized this red scarf is really similar to Carrie Bradshaw's from Sex and the City, isn't it?
We shoot this pictures at IVAM Museum (Modern Art Institute) in Valencia. Quite an interesting place!
I was wearing:
Elena Miró red scarf
Mango white coat
Primichi high boots
Cortefiel plaid blouse
Leaf earrings bought on Barcelona's Casa Batlló
Leather trousers from local store