I’m currently in Koh Samui, Thailand on a Yoga Teacher Training course and this being my third week and everything, I just had to let my readers know what I’m up to and why my blog is suffering with poor updates from the fashion world. If you’re only wearing yoga wear and your idea of dressing up is Converse, a tee and old cut-offs, you kind of end up in the fashion state of mind I’m in. And it feels simply amazing. Even for someone who’s a fashion addict deep down underneath. This yoga-journey is just amazing in every way. It’s life-changing (and not only style-wise). We start the day off with a energizing yoga class, have lunch and then a few hours of theory and then end the day with some more yoga. After the third shower of the day, we all gather for dinner and just sit around to talk and hang out. The food is amazing and the people that are here are really laid-back and chilled. We’re from all over the world with different backgrounds, ages and professions but we’re all linked together by our love for yoga. I know many of my readers and friends are interested in doing a yoga course but are just too intimated by those yogi stereotypes. This is like the modern ways of being a yogi. We’re allowed to have a glass of wine and we do spend time on the beach on our breaks when the weather gods have heard our prayers.
Button up your collars, girls. The relaxed shirt stolen from you boyfriends wardrobe can now nicely be returned for a while and you’ll have to just do with your own this winter season. Go for a sharp tailored look (and who knows, this might benefit you at work actually). Here’s some inspiration:
Get inspired by Santa and do work a red dress this Christmas. This is the time of the year when the color gets alive. Make sure to stick out during this months endless parties with some fiery red along all the black frocks. Maxi, mini, chiffon or a cut-out statement dress depending on if it’s a office gathering or a more sophisticated event.