Peaceful vibes9:30 AM
Sometimes we make a day-trip to Oropesa just to check on the flat and town house that everything is OK and maybe carry things there for the coming summer season. Oropesa is mostly known because of beach season and the town reaches its population peak on summer, so in winter the place looks absolutely different than it does when it's sunny and warm. Almost no-body walks by the seashore, it's usually windy outside and only the elderly occupy the benches near the sea. I like the atmosphere and the contrast between the two sides of this town.
Although we shot this pictures like two months ago (sorry for the delay on sharing them, guys) looks like we're having the same depressed, cloudy and dark weather right now! Rain hasn't allowed me to go outside of my beloved pajamas and cozy blanket on the last week or so. Only at few, punctual moments of diner with friends and the "Girls' Night Out" days ago. Besides, I've been working (more or less) on my class projects and the column for my habitual collaboration at Chapelle Magazine which will be launched soon! Meanwhile, rain keeps falling down, and I can barely see how am I going to carry my 3D models and plans to School on the coming days for revision. Somebody help me!
Also, just remembered the event coming this Friday! As we're just in the middle of our Architecture studies (only less than 3 more years to end, yay!) and it's also the middle of the course, a party will be hosted to celebrate. Similar to a regular Prom diner and ball, I guess. Classy and sparkly outfits, classmates jokes and celebration. Not sure if I'll share something around here (it all depends if the pictures end "visible"), but I hope so. At least a little sneak peak of the makeup, or outfit, or the vibes around the party which will be fun for sure!
I was wearing:
Jacket: Yves Saint Laurent vintage
Bag: Burberry London
Shoes: Ana Monsalve
Sunnies: Miu Miu