Good morning angels!
How are you doing? It’s been a minute since I talked to you last time. And that was with an outfit from San Francisco. Today with an outfit from New York City. I’m back in the everyday life for sure. Work, commuting, that everyday routine. But now it’s Tuesday, so I successfully lived through Monday, and actually got a lot done tbh. Also something else happended yesterday. I’m sure all my fellow SATC-fans have already heard the news, but Cynthia Nixon announced her candidacy for New York governor. I came out from a meeting with so many notifications on Facebook and Instagram, and it was because so many of my dear Danes had been tagging me in her posts. I love that they know how happy that would make me. And I am just so excited. If you haven’t watched her campaign video, I definitely think you should. To me, there’s so much Miranda in her and I almost feel like the Miranda-character is on a mission. I know she’s not, but it makes me happy to think about it like that, haha.
Another thing that makes me happy (great bridge from one subject to another, haha) is these white boots I finally got my hands on. I had looked at a pair from H&M first, but I decided they were a bit too cheap to last long (also I feel a little “so so” about H&M these days. Just gonna take a break from them until they get it together. Read about their latest mistakes here and here). But on Friday I was done with work a little earlier than normally, and decided it was time for a little shopping, so I headed to Urban Outfitter mainly to look for one of those comfy-looking teddy bear jackets (I was out of luck), but ended up finding these white boots. They are in super soft leather and was not that expensive either.
I paired them with more of an eclectic style outfit, but also plan to wear them with cute dresses, and more seventies style outfits. I’m very inspired by the styling that Jenn Im did for her Eggie Festival Drop. Trying to obtain that vibe.
Now I hope you all have a lovely day, and to my Danes, I hope you have a lovely rest of your day.