Hi guys! How's life going? Hope you are ready for Thanksgiving turkey. Are you guys planning to cook Thanksgiving dinner? I know one thing for sure: I want an apple pie with vanilla ice cream more than anything for Thanksgiving. Yum! I really like the concept of this holiday. We should be giving thanks everyday not only on Thanksgiving days, right? But, anyways, it is one of the good reasons to share good memories, laughter and joy with the people dear to your heart. It doesn't really matter if we are good cooks or not, or if the turkey we make turns out to be dry or chewy (sorry, if that happens).
What matters most is the joy we bring to the table. And one of the ways to feel joyful is by looking good. When we look good we feel good, and when we feel good we feel joyful. Please, do not interpret "looking good" as "self-centered-competetive-attention-seeking." Looking good should feel burdenless and joyful. There are no standards for looking good unless you are in Hollywood. My interpretation of "looking good" is when you like the process of putting the outfit pieces together and when it makes you feel good. It's like playing the princess dress-up game, you put on the dresses made out of cheap polyester fabrics and you pretend that you are a princess and you feel good about it. Simple.
And this is one of my feel-good outfits. For some reason, I look like a turkey here, don't you think? I don't know if it's the hat or the high-low shirt. lol. But, I like it. Oh, and, yes, Grey is the new black for now, meaning this season. So if you wear grey for Thanksgiving you won't go wrong. Happy Thanksgiving! See you guys soon.
The street vendor hat, Zara sweater, don't know the brand of high-low shirt, Aeropostale jeans, Tommy Hilfiger wedge booties, handmade bag from Kyrgyz Republic