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Salsa Dancing Wounds

 
Shoes Stradivarius, skirt Birshka, tshirt boutique buy Madrid, blazer Zara, bag Steve Madden (Winners), big bracelet Forever 21, charm bracelet thrift store

This post comes a little late. It was ready almost completely last night but, surprise, surprise, I had techincal difficulties. But I am cup half full kind of a girl so I will look at this this way: It comes perfect for your morning coffee or that first lazy hour at work. This is a second birthday outfit. Quite different from the dinner date :). I knew I was going salsa dancing that night, so the outfit had to be fun. And minimal too as it gets way too hot. And I certainly think this skirt is a lot of fun. It probably was not the best idea to wear new champaign colour sandals salsa dancing, because you get stepped on a lot, but what's done is done. I got a few scratches :( What's interesting is that they all seem to be from men's shoes, and it was not my husband stepping on me. I guess I should be lucky that I got stepped on by men and not women. I have stepped once on a girl's foot with my heel, and all I wanted to do is beg for her forgiveness. I stepped so hard on her foot that I was in pain just thinking about it. I was lucky she was nice and did not slap me :). I absolutely would have deserved it. I guess that's all normal when salsa dancing. So a message to take out of this random monologue of mine: never wear your new or favourite shoes salsa dancing, they will get damaged. But you will have fun!

You have seen by now many of the same pieces of clothing appearing in more then just one post, but that is the point. I love versatile pieces and I love to combine one piece of clothing in many different ways and styles. It allows your imagination to do wonders and it also does wonders on you wallet. You don't have to break a bank to look good. Learn to combine your favourite pieces in many different ways. Trial and error is the best way. This is one of the reasons I started this blog. Next week I will have a series of posts dedicated on combining one piece of clothing many ways to help you get the most out of your wardrobe. Stay tuned. Ciao!


Such an attention grabber. Just look at that face and those eyes! I am such a suck for dogs.





 



And she had to sneak into one shot at least :)

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