It is spring here already: the sun is warmer, birds singing is louder and the peach tree in my yard is in full bloom. Around this time of year I suddenly get struck by strong urge to change something. They call it spring fever. Usually my desire for change doesn't go beyond my house: I move furniture, hang new curtains, change wall hangings. Sometimes I feel like doing something different, start learning Japanese, for example. Or sometimes it is as small as just to change my hair style. Yeah, I kind of get tired of my wavy-curly hair, it has started to annoy me. So, I guess you will see my straight haired from now on...well, until it too starts to annoy me.
I'm wearing a rusty-brown leopard print sweater dress today. I read somewhere that animal prints are worn by people who want to attract others, to be noticed. I don't know, I wear it simply because I like it. Not that I don't want to be noticed, I do, but that's not the reason I put it on.
With this outfit I chose to wear an amber set, earrings and a ring. I love this stone (though it is not actually a stone). In older times people believed that amber was chunks of the rays of the sun set hard in the sea and then washed upon the shore. And it indeed looks like a trapped sunbeam, especially when the occlusions and faults within the stone catch the light.
Leopard print sweater dress - local market, skinny jeans - 109F, shoes - Bentley, scarf - local, amber set - bought in Russia
I hope you're having a nice day
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