martes, 22 de enero de 2019

turquoise winter

Wearing a favorite color makes us feel more joyful (makes Winter less dull too) so I can't recommend it highly enough.
I've been wearing another pair of summery pants with a turquoise tunic. Turquoise galore!. However, I've realized that these pants don't work well with tights, as they create static and stick to my legs in an unsuitable way. This is the reason why I prefer to wear viscose pants with tights, viscose flows nicely!.
I think that this is my formula to dress up in a rush by picking some summer clothes even in the bleak winter: pants and long sleeved t-shirt. Hope you don't get bored with this!
Linking Visible Monday and wishing you a visible week!

Creo que vestir uno de tus colores favoritos te hace sentir más alegre (y también ayuda a que el invierno parezca menos aburrido), así que no puedo recomendarlo suficientemente. En mi línea, he seguido poniéndome pantalones de verano, esta vez con túnica turquesa, montones de Turquesa!. Sin embargo, me he dado cuenta de que estos pantalones no funcionan bien con medias debajo, crean mucha electricidad estática y se me quedan pegados a las piernas de forma rara. Esta es la razón por la que prefiero los pantalones de viscosa para llevar con medias, quedan mucho más fluidos.
Esta es mi fórmula sencillísima para vestirse en mañanas con prisa, eligiendo ropa de colores veraniegos incluso en invierno: pantalón y camiseta de manga larga. Espero que no os esté aburriendo!
Enlazo al Visible Monday y os deseo una semana muy visible.




- pants, 4x4 (old) / pantalón
- t-shirt, C&A (old) / camiseta
- turquoise gingham tunic, sewed by me (old) / blusa de cuadritos vichy turquesa, costura propia (antigua)
- sneakers, Nike outlet (old) / zapatillas
- shearling coat, second hand bought here (not sponsored link) / abrigo de piel vuelta, segunda mano, comprado aquí (enlace no patrocinado)
- crochet beret / boina de ganchillo
- scarf, old / bufanda, antigüita
- necklace, Aïta (old) / collar

6 comentarios:

  1. So true! Wearing one of my favourite colours makes me also in general happy! You look beautiful and cool!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  2. What better than a bit of turquoise to cheer up these grey winter days! And you really are the Queen of Turquoise, Monica. The colour suits you so well. When it's really cold out there, I'm wearing a lighter pair of tights under my opaques. Nice and cosy! Besos xxx

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  3. I wondered about the static electricity. We have loads of that here in winter. I find I have issues with dresses and tights too. I've heard that if you attach a safety pin at the inner bottom hem it is supposed to get rid of the static. I haven't tried it yet to see if it actually works.

    I'm a fan of bold colour, especially in winter.

    Suzanne
    http://www.suzannecarillo.com

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  4. Turquoise is such a hot colour! I immediately associate it with warm weather so I think your idea is a very clever one. The trousers and tunic go so well together; I love pattern mixing. And of course your wonderful shearling coat keeps you warm and cosy...

    Have a great week and stay warm!
    xxxxx

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  5. Oh, I need to take your advice and wear some bright colour. I am feeling so blah lately. This turquoise is just wonderful - you make me smile.

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  6. Even though most of my winter clothing is black or grey, I did purchase a hot pink down-filled winter jacket this year which I've been wearing a lot as it has been very cold here. Turquoise is such a happy colour!

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