Hello my beloved readership,
we talked about colors, cuts and material but what other pattern are going to wear in summer? Beside flowers and batik here come the paisley pattern.
From Fell at the Mosel-region with love.
New situations require new ways of thinking. This life rule is not only valid for design thinking and innovation processes. Furthermore new situations that change your life (such as a firm relationship, a new job, a wedding or the birth of your child – just to name some major ones), as it has been so far, make you rethink certain things. During this process of thinking we get to learn things which we might have forgotten about long ago. These things could be for example things we take for granted and learn to cherish or simple things we have regarded as some kind of glutton or enemy to the structure we have built up within a long process with full of effort. Who would not freak out when all of a sudden something crashes into your flawless working system. This is basically the keyword: work. Within all the work we are chasing after with the aim to get it done we are erasing the most elementary things in the world: cherishing, asking, talking, dedicating, enjoying, concentrate and so much more that can be used for many daily situations that are elemental to us and our social life. But let me make you trust me about two things:
- Whether you want it or not, you will be forced by a new life event to adapt and change your regime, and
- You will learn to adapt quicker than you think without even minding it so much.
Let us just take taking time for example: When was the last time you have switched yourself completely off lived for the moment and your action, forgot everything about you CONSCIOUSLY, did not run and filled your mind with your next to dos? And then let me add the question: what was it for?
Correct, I do not remember either. It is true that we keep running from one thing to the other and sometimes do five things at once just to save time. But what would be more important is to learn again how to forget about time or use the time we are forced to take to recover ourselves inside out. Taking time is probably the most underestimated virtue of our today’s society and we may think that it is okay to do many things at once and things would work. But just some time but major in their significance things will teach us better and make relearn how to take time in order to make things work better and do better for us.
“[…] the scarf as main attraction shows that even tiny beings can be big heroes.”Fall4Me
My Preferred Paisley Pattern
I must admit that comparably I do not own as many clothes having the paisley pattern. Therefore I own these scarves with the paisley pattern even more. I love the high quality of these items: the soft material that keeps you warm perfectly regulated in summer evenings as well as in winter thus the fine fabrics – even though this fine structure, which you would need to be careful with especially with jewelry locks, also speaks for the good quality – the color and not at last of course the classy timeless pattern that are like a treasure made of cloths. For me the scarves with paisley pattern make the perfect alternative to my traditional Slavic/Baltic flower scarves as these I mostly keep for special occasions or in particular wear for church services (you can check out one of them here). I cannot own enough of them and on top consider them a great gift to the ones I hold close to my heart as well. So far I own rather damped colors of these scarves which seem to be rather discreet. Nonetheless the scarf as main attraction shows that even tiny beings can be big heroes.
My Look in Details
- Off-shoulder shirt by Orsay
- MAMA super skinny jeans by H&M
- Scarf with paisley pattern by Orsay
- Moccasins by Shapó
- Stud earrings by Chanel
- Leather bracelet by Parfümerie Schuback
- Lipstick “Whipped Caviar” by NYX Cosmetics