Is it a long tunic or a dress? I haven’t decided yet. You may not have spotted it, but I’m wearing a pair of shorts underneath it.
I’ve tried out this thing with my hair, the beach hairdo. It is actually so easy to do: just use a sea salt spray (I used the Sea Salt Texturizing Spray from Toni & Guy) on your hair, damp or dry, and “massage” your hair to make it voluminous and wavy. Watching a Youtube tutorial would be way more explicit 😉 Let me know what you think of this hairstyle! 🙂
We’ve come back from the UK very late last Monday (flight delayed) and I am still processing the hundreds of pictures we took during the trip to prepare an article for you guys 🙂
We were sad that our trip reached its end but at the same time, we are so happy to find such a beautiful Summer weather here in Switzerland!
To beat the heat, I found some strategies over the years:
1. Wear light fabrics. And not necessarily short pieces. A mini-bottom with a mini-top will make you sweat, because there are more parts of your body being exposed to the sun. That’s at least what I think. This is why I prefer wearing longer sleeves or culottes/palazzo pants which let the air pass and at the same time protect me from being burnt.
2. Carry a water sprayer with you. I’m currently using one from Evian, and a little pschit from time to time feels terribly good during the big heats.
3. Farniente. This is the best one by far. When it’s getting really hot, like 30° or even 40° (as we had in Switzerland last Summer), you’d better be doing nothing and let time pass, with a glass of fresh water in each hand, preferably.
O U T F I T O F T H E D A Y
Black satin choker 16mm: Twirly Trinkets (Etsy Boutique)
Necklace (blue pendant): no brand, gift
Tunic dress: Vintage
Chuck Taylor All Star: Converse (similar)
Suede bag “Rodeo” (from a few years ago): Longchamp
Bracelets: Gift (blue one) and Manidou and found at Camden Market (bangle one)