Hello <3 I'm back, after a long absence with a new look and new photos. I'm doing everything by myself , is not easy to divide between work, study, exams and my blog. But i can do it, i know! I'm not the only one of course , many of you can understand me. By the way ,when I have a little of time, I always try to write something new for you 🙂 . The outfit I wear today touches one of the latest trend, the total look jeans. I start with saying that, I really love jeans. I think never like in the last few years, you could wear jeans really in any occasion, without feeling out of place. In fact, if a jeans was once considered right to wear only in a casual occasions, today we can were it anywhere and no one looks at us badly. There are jeans for all tastes, with all kinds of cuts and shapes, more and less ripped , wide and narrow , high waist and low waist, really able to satisfy even the most demanding. My favorites are definitely jeans made with different textures, cuts and colors. Without the classic hem, irregular cut and with pieces of jeans of different colors putted together like a mosaic. I find this concept really nice, it reminds me when I was little. My grandmother was sewing my broken pants, closing them with a piece of different color or texture cloth. In this way the trouser could be reused, until you grew up and didn't get more in. Did you never do it? So it reminds me of the importance of reuse and recycling ,a concept a bit lost on the road in the last years. Normally when something is ruined a bit, it is immediately thrown away and replaced by something new and more beautiful. In fact , I have just a few things that I throw normally, I usually try to reuse them modifying them and giving a new life. Like the jeans shirt I wore in these photos, I bought it many years ago, used a few of times and then it stayed in the closet for a long time. When i decided to pick it up, cut it in half and reuse it in a more modern way , in line with the new trends. And you ? What do you do with your clothes that you don't use anymore?
A special thanks to my friend photographer Fabio for the wonderful shots.