A DAISY AFTERNOON


cami by Dorothy Perkins // skirt by Stradivarius // block heels by Dorothy Perkins // headband worn as necklace by Accesorize // owl bangle by (X)S.M.L

What's pretty, spring-like, and fun? A cami! A daisy print cami, to be precise. My new piece from
Dorothy Perkins is such a babe, I ultimately love wearing it. The light fabric provides comfort and helps me withstand heat, the daisies print perks me up, and the basic cutting makes it easy to be combined with practically anything. In this outfit I wore it with only a plain black skirt and block heels and yet, look at how gleeful it makes me look! An absolute must-have this Spring. Tips when choosing a cami print: The more unexpected, the better! Another tip: Don't pair it with something mini or otherwise revealing to avoid looking sultry and ending up feeling uncomfortable with all the judgy eyes on you. Thanks, Dorothy Perkins, for such a great piece to add to my wardrobe.

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LIGHTLY


Detachment. If there is one thing I can advise anyone on how to take things lightly, including pain, it's detachment. The past two years has been very enlightening for me, but over the course of hardships I have attained the ability to detach adequately. Some people, learning the curse of being overly attached, have gone extreme by vowing to detach from anything with the potential of hurting a person at some point, including love. These are the people who convince themselves that they are no longer able to trust anyone, or that expectation is the source of disappointment and thus do not expect at all, or the like. In my opinion these people are misguided. Because when they tire themselves by constantly brooding and in the end find themselves lonelier than ever, they start giving in to a little attachment, and a little more, and a little more, and when you know it they are back to where they're started, indulged by the delights of attachments. And the cycle goes on. And then there's a point where they realise that no attachment goes unhurt, and their attachments are soon coloured with worry and anxiety of what may go wrong.

I found a way that works for me, I successfully learned to attach and detach in the same time. Ugh, I attempted to provide an explanation as to how I managed to do that (you should see the gazillion previous drafts of this post) but I failed. I'll share you the how once I figure out how to explain it, but the point is it is possible to attach and detach in the same time. This has done me wonders in respect of how I live this life. I wish more people could embrace this like I do.