Minimal for the warm10:00 AM
Warmest September of all. I think this is the first Summer I've ever lived almost entirely at the city. Now that this Summer I had my internship at the studio, I spent big part of July and August here, which hasn't been as terrible as I firstly thought. My Summers are usually filled with beachtown vibes and ocean breeze almost everyday, so I thought I would die of heat wave at the city. None of that happened and I even lived a pretty fresh Summer, but then all those warm temperatures we haven't suffered in all the season have come on the warmest, most horrible September in Valencia I'm able to remember. Now that I started going to classes again, the only thing I can be glad of is having air conditioner machines at College.
Clothing also turned tricky, as I could manage pretty well on my fresh, comfortable, professional office look with normal temperatures around, but now it just turned impossible: it's difficult to look professional and neat from 8 a.m. to 15 p.m. running up and down the whole School building while carrying a huge backpack and dealing with hot temperatures as soon as you step your foot out the Hall's door. Just taking the bus in the morning, when the sun is still down and it's a bit cooler, feels like running a marathon.
When going to "school", I like to look as professional and serious as possible, but always keeping my own touch which is a bit of vintage, a bit classy and a bit minimal. Altogether. I go there to study, but I also get the chance to go to conferences, meetings and some events which leads you to look the best possible, and also, let's face that every profession and job related to design requires a certain aesthetics. I don't know, it's just like there's a whole atmosphere around which pushes me to look adult and reliable, both as a person and a soon-to-be architect. That's where minimal and multifunctional pieces like this zig-zag, wrap white top I can put on different positions (it's super cool! When it's unwrapped it's like a long piece of elastic, neoprene-kind-of fabric which its straps you can wear crossed or uncrossed, or laced at the back or the front) and this culottes which look like a skirt but actually aren't. Those are currently my go-to pieces, as they're both super versatile, professional looking, fresh and comfy all at the same time!
Paired with my high ponytail, the only thing I'm wishing for is that this 2.0 Summer ends soon!
I was wearing:
Local store earrings
Zara wrap zig-zag top and skirt-culottes
Local store dot bag