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Although you wouldn’t necessarily say so from this particular outfit I’m slowly growing tired of brights. Sure color blocking was fun, pattern clashing even funner, but enough is enough. I want black leather, grey felt, deep green, dusty teal, oh the beauty of Fall . .
Yet, there’s one thing I’m still not over, and that is denim! Courtesy of the latest sales from my-wardrobe a distressed denim shirt made its way to me. Wish I could have paired it with a pair of leather leggings, however, Bucharest is hell on earth right now, at least weather-wise. So the only sensible thing to do was to compromise with a cute flower print skirt and some colorful accessories.
Indeed, I gave in to weather conditions and common sense, but it got me thinking, when do the small compromises we make start being the condition instead of the exception? When do we start letting other people, be it the weather man, or even our friends direct our action just because compromising is “easy.”
Robert Fritz said: “If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is a compromise.” Sure this doesn’t mean that reason is the devil here. But what it does mean is that no one cannot, and should not, stay between us and our desires. The thing you keep dreaming about, the one that you find yourself thinking about when your mind wonders, the one that you have on your moodboard, that is the one you have to go for. And don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!
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D&G Denim Shirt  /  Zara Floral Print Skirt
Stefanel Purple Necklace  /  Asos Yellow Clutch  /  Zara Orange Pumps
Badgley Mischka for Sama Sunglasses

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