Rainy morning… I love to wake up to the sound of rain hitting against my windows. When I was little, I used to love spending early mornings in bed, just watch the rain fall and secretly hope that I don’t have to go to school and can just enjoy the sight from my bed a little bit longer. 🙂
While I don’t like to spend the time outside ( in the city ) when it’s stormy and raining, I sure wouldn’t have anything against a good hike or run in the forest to get the purest and freshest air possible. Rain… Often overlooked, not appreciated, but oh how it’s important to love and enjoy the rain!? The new life is always born after the rain and we wouldn’t have the world as we know it unless there were these little “teardrops” to wake up the beauty and a colourful palette of otherwise dark and “dirty”surroundings. Rain always clears up everything… Right? 🙂
Another reason why I love Fall and it’s crispy air mornings is because this is the time to be creative with your outfits. It’s not too hot to wear only one piece of clothing like let’s say maxi dress, but it’s not too cold either to be completely covered up. It’s the time to layer your outfits and experiment. I love that the 70’s and boho are VERY MUCH in fashion right now because that’s the “time” that I swim in the best and it feels the most like “me”.
This cute VERNA DRESS which I’m wearing in today’s outfit is by Finnish designer SAMUJI who has slowly but surely entered the tight doors of fashion world’s respected designers. Thanks to his great quality fabrics, interesting and unique prints, together with his understanding of what’s in style and all of that rounded up with a little bit of masculine edge, creates a perfect line for a girl with strong character that likes to stand out but still be “trendy”.
I hope that you will like the way I have styled this dress! 🙂 Have a wonderful Monday everybody!
I’m wearing: Dress and under blouse – Samuji, Shoes – Michael Kors, Bag – Balenciaga, Earrings, bracelet and ring – House of Harlow1960
*This post has been made in collaboration with Samuji. All of the opinions are of my own!