Hello my beloved readership,
in 2020 the spring romance is named Gipsy. Inspired by the style of the vagabonds it calls us for opening our hearts and embrace everything that comes.
You can say what you want but I do love the Gipsies; starting from their super cool yet chilled style, continuing with their really carefree, open and approachable attitude up to their amazingly catchy and lively music hardly anyone can deny. Even if their style looks like and very much calls for autumn it is our uncrowned as unbeaten, favourite spring-king (or queen?) and is on top more than appropriate for it!
“But love is not only about a romantic relationship between two people.”
Spring is the time when we wake up from our hibernation, feel the first warm rays of sunshine, see the first colourful flowers and that makes our commonly known spring-feelings arise and fall in love again. But love is not only about a romantic relationship between two people. Love is such a huge and powerful, widely spread and versatile thing that it is and should be for everyone.
This playful and chilled romance that is heralding the warm season of 2020 is a continuation of my last outfit-post “Every Person”, do not only have courage to approach everyone without prejudices but furthermore embrace every person with kindness and love and give them a place to feel home regardless from if you know them or not a bright smile and a laughter that the Gipsy people always hold is a good thing to take as ideal. Like this you are going to feel home elsewhere, too.
Gipsy: Stranger at Home
Always be kind and do not judge if you have no idea, let me add one more, there is no need to insult a stranger to protect someone else, especially if you are just a narrow-minded, one sided fan – we all know about these common codes of practice. But talking about practice (and theory), in practice – think about it from what you experience on yourself and from what you see on others and be honest: in how many cases are strangers actually made feeling like home? When is it you do not not get to hear a racist undertone and finally when do you not turn your community a closed society and assemble against the weaker stranger? I am nodding right now because it happens to be in the fewer and fewest cases whether you are responsible or not, whether you take up that fallen stranger or not and whether you feel something or not. The Gipsies are not like this everyone is not only welcome with them, furthermore they share everything they have with strangers as if it is the most natural thing. Strangers are home with Gispies and happy on top.
My Look in Details
- Vest by Clockhouse/C&A
- Leggings & shirt with half-turtleneck by Orsay
- Boots by s.Oliver
- Bracelet by J.Club
- Watch by Wempe
- Lipstick by Dr. Pierre Ricaud