Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Bare It All

Can you believe I hardly post 20 blog updates in a year, some blogger I am (laugh). I guess life just caught up with me. Everyone my age seems busy building career, family and stability and I am no different.
 This outfit is very similar with one of my old posts, which I posted few months back (here). This dress is in right fabric in right color, hugs at right places and just feels right for summer. This military green has gotten under my skin somehow and you bet they are my current favorite. I don’t wana endlessly rehash on strip dresses as I gave my opinion in older post. Today, you can just enjoy my photography.

Can you believe our time to enjoy sunshine and summer breeze has almost come to an end. It’s a bittersweet goodbye but I am looking forward to falls, as they are the best season after spring. I love seasonal changes, from every sticky hot summer to bone chilling winter bites, they have their own beauty to enjoy. Through the years, I applaud myself for growing, not just physically but mentally. Over the years I was able to work on myself, work on my insecurities. And my insecurities ran deep. By insecurities I don’t mean comparing myself with other girls and finding myself short. It was more like resentment towards my parents and our life style. My family is just so busy all the time, even as a kid we were given way more responsibilities than any kid our age should ever take. We learnt so many things early in life; we were grateful but started resenting about all the things we were supposed to do but missed. All the cancelled family events because my folks were busy, all the school trips my brothers missed because my dad needed hands. Parents noshow in any of school functions. We were always groomed but didn't know what for. Banks, their interest, mortgages, Bank Guarantees, I knew most of it by the time I was old enough to call myself teenager. My siblings still work 15-18 hrs everyday, I choose to live little bit hence all these shopping (hahaa). I don’t blame my parents; they are who they are not by knowing right people in the system, not by luck, but through sheer hard work. They always wanted everything for us what they couldn’t have; along the way they might have got side tracked but now I am forever grateful for all the lessons taught in early stage of my life. Because looking at some people I know, its hard to instill the life lessons when you are grown ass. There are people who works 9-5 jobs and think no one else works as much as him. Hello! Adults here, that’s the least everyone should work.  And being able to afford nicer things on whim is not so bad ( laugh). Work hard everyone, your dreams are just one bottle away. Phew! Did I just bare my soul ? ( wink). 

xoxo                                                       Dress/ sheer Blouse : Aliexpress

C                                                             Boots : Public Desire Uk

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