Monday, December 30, 2013

Frozen Flowers

Just two more days left of 2013, eh, ladies?! Do you have your pen and paper
out ready to create that list of wishful thinking? I've never really been into creating
these huge resolutions for myself, which is odd since I am a self-proclaimed list-
oholic. I tend to make a resolution list that revolves around flimsy betterments of
myself, such as: be nicer to people, eat healthier (mainly just less sugar for it makes
up a whole food group for me!), and work harder. How lame is that?! Be nicer
to people? Way to go me, aren't I aiming high? Haha. So this year I thought I
would try a little harder, for in the end aren't I the one who wins anyways?
What better ensemble to wear for a walk by the frozen river than a floral skirt? I fit
right into the surroundings... I actually prefer donning a floral print in the winter rather
than during the summer. During the summer everything is so bright and happy I just
need to look outside to be cheered up. Winter however, that's a different story.
Depression rates sky rocket during these bleak months. We actually get seasonal
depression! That's just ludicrous. But we can always rely on those anti-d's being
handed out. Thank you health care. So floral skirt, you've got a mission: cheer me up
and remind me that the world will be colourful and lively again, just three months to go.
Thrifted // Scarf
Vintage (My G.G. Ma's) // Silver "B" Pendent
Thrifted // Bolo Tie 
Jacob // Wool Sweater
Thrifted // Skirt
Joe Fresh // Grey Tights
DIY // Leg Warmers
Thrifted // Wedge Boots


  1. I pretty much have the same new years resolutions haha. I'm an introvert so sometimes it's hard to be nice to people when you don't know what to say or just want to be left alone. And I just love your floral printed skirt. The color and pattern are so lovely. You look very cheerful in contrast to the grey surroundings.

  2. I really love that skirt! My new year's resolutions never seem to work out for me--I'm a nostalgic creature of habit: I hate change. Good luck on yours, though ;)


    Kalie H.

  3. you look absolutely beautiful! cold, but very beautiful! such a pretty outfit to brighten up a cold winter day!

  4. You look beautiful. Love the bright colors in the winter and your hair looks amazing! And I think those are perfectly normal and wonderful resolutions! Happy (almost) New Year!

  5. Haha, eating less sugar is definitely something I need to make a commitment to as well. It's so difficult when sweet treats are everywhere this time of year! I'm not very good at making resolutions myself, but I think yours sound about right :)
    You look wonderful in blue. It's just a great color on you! And I always love pairing it with black. I agree, I love winter florals-cozy and fun what could be better ?!

  6. Agreed, we need to see those lovely floral prints to be reminded of the hope that they'll reappear in the warmer months!
    I adore this print skirt with the matching blue scarf. They're a stunning complement to your eyes and light hair!
    Alos, I feel the same about resolutions...aha, we can make up our minds to do something at any time of the year, not just the beginning. My list usually consists of the eating healthier variety as well haha

    The Dragonfruit Diaries

  7. I really like your blog! It' s very interesting:) I would like to show you A quick outfit recap of my looks of 2013 year! and If you get a second, I'd love to hear your thoughts on topic my outfits:) I greet:) Iwona

  8. haha i think those are still solid resolutions- you wouldn't imagine how many people forget to do that! and i LOVE this outfit- those florals really pop against the snow :)

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

  9. I think that's the best way to go with resolutions - little things one can do every day. I love blue on you! The brightness of the skirt and scarf is so refreshing. Absolutely lovely!


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