At this time of the year, I could easily buy 
a pair of sunglasses a week, although I have 
about fifteen pairs I regularly wear.
Top picture: Ray-Bans need no explanation.
Picture #2: Aviators. I love aviators (from left: no-brand, Zara, Carrera)
Picture #3: Those three numbers do not even amount 
to 10€ altogether, but they look so good.
Picture #4: My faves. Chanel on the left, Tom Ford on the right.
Last picture: The perfect tortoise cat eyes and my last acquisition. 
I'm basically wearing them every day till I can't stand it anymore. 
Fairfax by Elizabeth and James.

{Sunnies in action below}



Sneakers - second round

(Zara jeans, no-brand sneakers, lots of DIY bracelets)
For those who missed my first round of meditation on
wedged sneakers (surely worth reading here to understand 
the rest of this post), I am still totally obsessed 
with how effortlessly casual-chic they are.
Plus they are literally effortless since you gain a bunch
of centimeters without even ending up with your feet bleeding
by the end of the day. Continuing on the path of saving money
not-spending-money I-don't-have,
I have fallen for copies again. 
Shamelessly. The good thing is that 
when I look around me - at female stangers' feet - 
I am reassured that I am not the only one.



(Uniqlo trench, Zara jeans, stole and tee, H&M bag seen here, sneakers also here, vintage sunnies best seen here)
A quick snap to show that sometimes you do things you 
hadn't planned, even when it comes to sartorial assertions.
Yes, I finally bought those Zara mint jeans. And yes,
I love them now. Have I already said that these are the most
comfy skinny pants ever?



(all nail polishes by Essie)
Day-off, sun and balcony make a good combination
for a spring manicure.
Need to improve my strawberry skills though.