Blurry skies. Cracked street tiles. Wind sitting on every windowsill, playing the same old bittersweet melody (she probably wants to get in). Orange coffee cups. Indie rock. That particular song from last fall, but I can’t remember the name. Polaroid pictures. People talking in secret languages. “Stuck In Love” for the tenth time this year. And “500 Days of Summer”. Almond croissants. Quiet. Busy streets. Crappy coffee from university’s vending machine. Still coffee, though. Free periods. Old notebooks filled with arts and crafts and never-ending lists. Promises. To drink more water. To work harder. To see All Time Low live. To watch “Dead Poets Society”. To call grandma. To be happy. To buy that particular book. To write a letter to that particular person. To become a writer. To become an actor. To become something. Important. Relevant. To smile more. To find a nice turtleneck. To think less. To finally finish that book. To take more photos. To talk less and listen more. To adopt tree cats (someday). To live. Lists followed by thousands of wishes. I wish I could sing. I wish I already had those three cats. I wish I had freckles. I wish I was more sociable. I wish I was better at Physics. I wish. I wish. Purple walls. Nostalgia for moments that never took place. Or maybe longing. Cranberry cheesecake. Endless conversations.
Some days feel exactly like this.
Another simple outfit for a casual fall day. It’s getting pretty cold outside, so I finally get a chance to take my favorite coat out to the streets. It’s a little bit oversized and has this blanket feel to it. I feel like a small bear wearing this. In the best way possible. I also have my favorite mom jeans on and I paired it with a simple black oversized sweater that I found at some thrift shop long time ago. And Docs, of course. I was planning on taking some photos without the coat on but it was simply too cold for me. I’m definitely gonna try to be more daring next time.
Jeans – Pull&Bear
Sweater – thrifted
Shoes – Dr. Martens
Coat – Pull&Bear
Bag – thrifted
What was your day like?