Back To Nature
Not only do I live in digital time, but I feel that because of my job I also reside in digital world. Sometimes my head is full of deadlines and it doesnt help that I often stare at a screen eithe of my lap top, desktop or mobile phone. At the same time I am very lucky to live by the sea and sometimes if I need a break from all the things digital or even personal life I like to go for a walk by the sea.
Recently I swapped that walk and went close to a forest outside of Brighton. There was a big hill and a field with horses at the end of it. I had to walk approximately 45minutes to get there and that kind of nature really refreshed my mind, soul and body because I felt happy and calm afterwards. Seeing animals really restarts me, it puts me on a good energy levels and for some reason really grounds me in a way I can not explain. You go back to the basics and realise what is it that really matters.
On one of those walks I decided to bring along Dusan, my photographer to test my theory and see if he felt the same way. Both of us agreed that coming back to the nature, and simple life is something everyone should experience from time to time. Sometimes there just isnt anything that can reboot your thoughts as well as nature can.
What are your ways or refreshing and relaxing? A lot of my friends go to the gym, or for a swim. Yoga is also a great way of getting that inner peace. I have to admit that playing with my nephew also brings me joy and reminds me of the true importance in life. Sometimes its a book, but on other occasions there is nothing like fresh air that can help untangle complicated thoughts. I am a pisces and someone who is pretty emotional and empathic. It means that without these types of outlets I wouldn’t be able to sleep at nights as the thoughts wouldn’t let me relax.
What do you guys think? Excited to hear any input on this topic.
A walk in nature walks the soul back home – Mary Davis
Since this is not quite a regular outing for me, I had to wear something different. I will start from Hunter boots which are not something I frequently wear. Of course they were the smartest choice because I walked over a big field and a hill. Besides being functional, comfortable and easy to style, they also look great. I really like how they complemented this mustard yellow coat. Remember THIS post in which I told you what a big trend mustard is? This coat is not the warmest one ever, but I have another one in the same colour, which is great and still available.
I told you what a great purchase this Gucci belt was and I love wearing it over dresses and coats. I think that in the end it completed this look and added a bit more fashion vibe to it. What do you think? Some would say its too much because of the logo size, but I think anything is allowed nowadays in fashion. Excited to hear you opinions. Besides that my other accessory was my bag – Chloe Hudson in beige suede material. Of the two I have, this one is my favourite. I also believed that its probably the only designer bag I own that is acceptable on a field due to its relaxed look.
The clothes I wore is Zara and very simple, a black A line mini skirt and a frayed looking stripped knit. Its something that everyone has in their wardrobe and for that reason I think this look can be easily recreated. What is your favourite piece, would you wear this? Thank you for all of you comments, I really appreciate them.