I get asked all the time how being quite a shy girl I have the guts of posing in front of a camera and just share with the world what I wear. Even if it's a bit weird, old-fashioned or just different from what is expected on a 22 year old girl. You know, sometimes a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do, and starting this blog was a way not only to get off most of my shyness, but also try to give a boost of self-confidence to all who didn't think they would be brave enough, not only to go outside rocking their unique looks, but also to prove them they could be brave enough to do whatever they wanted. To encourage everyone to go out of their boxes and show themselves to the world. If I could do it, sure anyone could do it.
So, time to wear this long-forgotten vintage ruffle dress that was kept on my wardrobe for years until now. Classy and full of vintage vibes, it was a total challenge to pair it with something modern enough to not look like granny but which suited it and helped the whole outfit to be in the same page. I finally took this geometric pastel bomber from H&M and the Bimba & Lola pink sunnies to add some "pink lady" vibes. I think it turned out pretty interesting and fun!
If you've been following my steps through social media (particularly Instagram) and around here, you might know we're in the middle of the Architecture School festival organization this coming week (we've been working a lot for the past 6 months to get it all arranged and running nicely!). Sort of a Coachella for Architecture students, architects and everyone who'd like to join around Valencia, which is called ETSA·TOPIA and will be tons of fun for sure. I'm so excited! It's been hard to combine everything from homework, to collaborations and work I'm currently involved at, and of course the festival details where I've been also collaborating. I've had my up and downs during this last weeks and especially these last days, but now I'm back with all the energy in the world to keep moving!