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Looking at my wardrobe, I realize that I don't have as much color as I want. I have a lot of neutral clothing colors, but also a lot of blue toned clothes. And somehow, they just look good together. I know there are a lot of fashion rules in the world, like not wearing the same color but if wearing the same colors, have to have different patterns and different clothing texture. 

And in this case, that's what I tried to do.


Spring is here, and I am totally ready to bust out my ripped jeans. These Topshop jeans are one of my favourites because of the shade and how comfortable they are.

I wear them a lot in the summer as well. I wish I had a pair that wasn't ripped. Also, we cannot not have boyfriend jeans in the mix right?


This Anthropologie Oriental top is also one of my favourite tees. I'm not very big on pattern so my clothes do not have a lot of pattern, or graphic patterns. Even for the basic t-shirt. I also think the pattern on this shirt gives me the happiness of spring. SPRING IS HERE!


Even though the colors of these slip-ons is a muted pale purple, they are still quite neutral. Plus, the leather texture at the front and the suede texture at the back make them unique and different.


Spring is one of my favourite time of the year. Even more than Fall, because it's that time of the year where it gives me hope for the upcoming summer. And Spring also happens to be when my birthday falls!


"I like looking nice, but I always put comfort over fashion. I don't find thin girls attractive; be happy and healthy. I've never had a problem with the way I look. I'd rather have lunch with my friends than go to a gym." - Adele


Coat: H&M

Shirt: Anthropologie

Jeans: Topshop

Shoes: H&M

Photography credits go to my amazing friend Marie!

Check out her Instagram here.

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