The thing I hate the most when preparing for a trip is figuring out what I'm carrying with me. Not the whole packing ritual itself, but looking at weather reports weeks far away (which we know they're totally terrible and unreliable at all) so I can figure out if I must take with me tons of warm and cozy sweaters, or pack the most comfortable shorts and sneakers. That's the funny thing that happened to me when going to our trip to Extremadura some weeks ago. Weather totally fooled me, and I ended packing my most dressy, spring trip outfits to find that it was cold and rainy the whole week I was out home. The coziest thing I took with me was this COS sweater with a front faux leather piece, and it wasn't even close the best idea to wear.
That's the story behind this outfit, which I see like the most rare and bloguerish outfit I've ever worn. I'm wearing a long, straight and dressy neoprene dress, with my everyday flats, a casual sweatshirt and a lent raincoat with a bag I usually wear on summer. The weirdest ever. Comfortable to do some sightseeing on this unique place which is Salamanca, but never again! Next time I'll take my umbrella and sneakers. Thanks we found this car history museum and got some rain shelter for a while and also took some funny pictures around there.
For all of you who are already following #somethingfashion on Instagram, you might know that I'm working like a crazy thing on my final project for this year and I'm very busy! I started my workaholic mood about month and a half ago, and I haven't stopped doing things, working on floor plans, models, volumes and images since then. Final exams and deliveries are coming, and that means a little hiatus mode, but you know I'll always be procrastinating at IG, so go see what's up there and say hi :)
I was wearing:
Purificación Garcia raincoat
Local store flats
Juanjo Oliva for Elogy neoprene dress