Date Your Denim: Forces

Hello my beloved readership,

as the sights on warmer days are getting visible it is time to date your denim. The old classic is what I love to call the leather of summer.

It may not be so wrong at times to force someone to be happy but it is not always that we know what is best for someone. If you force things usually you are going to reach the opposite, may it be a bad product or between two people a clash breaking out. Life is tricky enough to school us better in that way. We want something but our way to achieve it might not always be the right one babies in their earliest ways show that no one and nothing can be forced for something else to be achieved. And by luck sometimes we ourselves could learn more from a failed try than we try to show.

Especially between elders and their youngsters elders believe that in their amount of years they have enough experiences on their disposal that they know everything – better and more correct – whereas they often tend to forget their own tries in their ambition. Can we claim here that sometimes they want to enforce simply what they want regardless from their fellow’s desire and happiness? Probably. But I am not here today to accuse elders or make youngsters all wise at once on their own completely without the need of help and support let go saying that leading someone to be happy is a crime. What matters more to me is the outcome of tensed forces which I sometimes may have witnessed and experienced, too. Forces are like a war: they start with a wrong conviction and end up in massive destruction and hurt. The worst trap about forces is that the enforcers sometimes become that focused in a narrow angle that they become somewhat blind for the actual.

Humans are individual even if they may be closely connected with each other times different, influences are different and at last situations are never completely the same. We need to find acceptance in things and agree that everything is okay the way it is for the situation given. Like this we will not only see the sunshine after the rain but achieve our actual aims at better turns.

“Sunny days will be ahead in the upcoming season when we remove the tight roughness mentally and in the means of fashion.”

Fall4Me

Denim: the Leather of Summer

I as huge leather lover do not want to compare it as something rather negative such as forces but the other way round I want to create a connection between simplicity of being with denim. (Mainly) blue denim and black leather are something like partners that perfectly complete each other while they are both masters on their own in their own field. Both are easy to wear and to combine, never get out of fashion and are basics in every closet ever since. While leather is a rather warm-keeping material for cooler days and resistant against wind and water denim as cotton based material is lighter, brighter and less rough than leather which symbolizes invulnarability. That is why I love to call denim the leather of summer because it somehow is the most worn material for warmer days as it bears some simplicity in material and color and stands the naively overall too optimistic sun rather than black leather which is more likely to get burned by a warm sun.

Sunny days will be ahead in the upcoming season when we remove the tight roughness mentally and in the means of fashion. Do not force or enforce things if you want to achieve something successfully but rather think from a differed view about all eventualities. Then you can still come to a compromise in a smooth way with a much better outcome than you dared to believe.

A denim dress with balloon sleeves combined with blue tights and combat boots.
A denim dress with balloon sleeves combined with blue tights and combat boots.
A denim dress with balloon sleeves combined with blue tights and combat boots.
A denim dress with balloon sleeves combined with blue tights and combat boots.
A denim dress with balloon sleeves combined with blue tights and combat boots.

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Love, Johanna

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