White For Summer’s End
September is officially here, and summer is on its way out. Similarly, this month marks a lot of things for me. My birthday was September 9th. Our wedding anniversary is this week. It’s very much a month of love. A love for family, and fresh starts. It’s also a month of getting organized, hello The Container Store. Once I am organized, doors open for a world of creativity. I always give myself time to adjust to all these changes. Additionally, September marks the season to story tell, and enjoy the peacefulness, yet fleeting moments of the season. In terms of what I wear, I love wearing white for summer’s end, this transitional season. Wearing white reminds us to embrace the days that are filled with light. Now and into the fall, I will continue to wear white. It’s a transition color, no longer just set for the heat of summer. I added a pair of cowboy boots, a very hot trend, for my look.
Cecilie Bahnsen white top
All Saints white jeans
Isabel Marant boots, SHOP SIMILAR
White for Summer’s End
By nature, I am a summer girl, and this past summer was quite amazing. I spent a lot of time out east working on changing the focus of my mind, settling the breath, and working on the micro movements in my body. Along the way, I met some amazing humans. It was a summer where I found the confidence in my creativity and my ability to run with it. It felt really good to go with the flow. I will truly miss the summer days. The lack of direction that summer manifests in each of us differently. I gave myself that much needed break and appreciated every minute. Summer gives us the excuse to be lazy and let go. Granted, I had no specific plans, but in fact, that is something to be cherished.
Despite my love for summertime, I am excited for fall and all the promises of a new season. The blank slate smells so good. And with NYFW behind me, I can move forward with more strength. And that is really a state of mind that I had to teach myself. How do you guys feel about the end of summer?
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Photos: Sofya Nova