A lesson I randomly picked up after watching David Foster's concert (weird, I know): There's no point of trying too hard to be the best, because there really is no "best" in life. It's all perceptions created by different humans of different tastes and standards. What matters most is to enjoy being better every day.
Top from Pakistan, Ancient Greek dream catcher, Forever 21 fringe skirt, Topshop tights, Rayban sunglasses, Up wedges
Playing around with S's clothes (shirt & pants)...;p
Rayban sunglasses, Nine West heels
Btw, I just launched the new "Hi" series for Up hihih...so happy! I know it looks really high but it's actually very comfy! These might not be for daily wear (although they can be) however I do find these wedges as a must-have item...for real! :)
I'm a believer of "passion", but at the same time, I do think that "passion" should be balanced. I disagree with the thinking that if you're into arts, then you don't need to study maths. Or if you've managed to run a business even before you graduate, then there's no point of finishing school or university. Life should be balanced. Like day and night. Like fiction and fantasy. Practice goes well with theories. Sometimes, we abuse the idea of "passion" that we neglect the fact that in life, it's not always about you. And even when it's about you, you need to be complete. Don't use "passion" as an excuse to miss out on other things life has to offer. Don't just live in your own passion-bubble and not touch other worlds. Be out there and stay current.
Mango oversized sweater, leather skirt from Pakistan, Marks & Spencer socks, Up wedges
Check out my new batik edition for Up! And if you shop this January, you might win this huuuuuuge Up wall clock....shop shop! :)