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Floral dress and Milkmaid Braids

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Dress - Abercrombie & Fitch | Flats - H&M

Hello there, beautiful!

When the summers come, there are a lot of things I enjoy doing, for example, jumping and swimming in the lake by my house, photographing photo films full of silly pictures and, taking out for a walk dresses, that tend to sit in my closet waiting for exactly hot days like these to be shown to the world. With this colorful dress it was exactly that. I've had it for several seasons now but never had a chance to really wear it so often and, as you know, me enjoying the black outfits lately, this seemed like a good choice to fight my dark tones away. 

Unbelievably, it is the end of July already and in the back of my mind there is a little reminder of all the things I need to do before Bear and I move in our new flat. But, it is so hard to go back to responsible, stressful adult life, when you can ride in a car with a window open and sing to silly songs and drink milkshakes and spend days in bikinis, rather than a sweater or a cardigan, to whom I'll soon again will have to make friends with, knowing that Edinburgh tend to be windy. 

It is also weird to acknowledge that, the elegance lies anniversary month is over, which means that one of my lovely followers will get a chance to have the O.P.I mini nail polish set I have been going on about for a while. I would be ready to give away all my winter weeks for just one more week of blowing soap bubbles and eating fresh berries from the garden.

Anyway, darlings, I hope that you are enjoying lazy summer evenings and if not, do so, because parks already are preparing for autumn, so it is somewhere around the courner.

Always yours,
AgitaV.

1 comment:

  1. I know what you mean about summer flying by. I have an audition the day after I move in (theatre major!) and I am majorly stressing! I plan on enjoying my last few weeks of freedom and making the most of it! I love your hair! Would you ever do a hair tutorial for this look?

    Theatricality by Mariah

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