Tuesday, July 22, 2008

fall, sun and a lack of inpiration

Somehow the fashion blogger world has gone fall-crazy. I have no idea why everyone's sick of summer already but maybe they've had a better summer than I've had so far. I'm really not in the mood to think of fall fashion right now.
Thick sweaters constant rain, grey skies...it all doesn't seem very appealing to me when all I want it so have some sun, throw on a light dress and a pair of heeled sandals and head outside. The last few days have been a bit cold and grey but it's getting better already, this weekend it should even get 30°C again.

Maybe my disinterest for fall fashion is also due to the general lack of inspiration that I'm experiencing. It always takes me so long to get dressed and I end up wearing the most boring piece in my closet. Usually I'm really motivated to get dressed whenever I'm going someplace other than to work. It means that I get to dress however I want and don't have to worry about looking appropriate and chic.
Yesterday as I was deciding on what to wear to a concert tonight I even thought that I don't have anything to wear - regardless of my closet overflowing with clothes. I have a lot of things that I've never even worn yet and still I was frustrated. This makes me feel like a spoiled brat..gah. Hopefully inspiration will come back to me soon. ^o^ Until then I guess I'm just gonna have to keep on living in my grey AA sweater and my acid washed jeans -_-

4 comments:

Chloë said...

I know what you mean, I've had the same thing last week. Now it's getting better here, cause the sun is shining.

There is no other option for fashion bloggers to talk about the fall/winter fashion cause there is no fashion news :(! Sometimes fashion blogging can be boring...

glamourgirl said...

Aw, stuck in a rut? It happens sometimes! I hope you find some inspiration somewhere! And I'm definatley not ready to let go of summer either.

Legyviel said...

aww for me summers seem to be all about work, not holidays and autumn means the beginning of studies and studies are much better than having to work! So probably it has nothing to do with weather.. Also fall fashion shows might inspire people... who knows really

KATLIN said...

I know what you mean about having to dress for work! When I worked at a baseball office I couldn't wear revealing things or look too sexy because the coaches didn't want me to distract the players, and then I couldn't dress sloppy because news people and such would come into the office. Oh, and then I'd have to walk to get the mail and do errands in the blazing sun or humid heat, so I had to have good layers. Haha. I say, just wear what you feel like wearing and make sure its comfortable!