Thursday, January 11, 2018

Tie Up Sandals in the Winter OOTD

I have a confession to make, all my flesh friends and blog friends are getting married and pregnant, and this makes me think I am getting old as fuck. At the prime age of 28, this year starting 29, I think I should do more with life and instead I am wearing summer sandals in the winter.....
- Hey Keit, what will you leave before you die? 
- Oh nothing much, just my ridiculous sense of style!


Anyways, this is not the only confession I have, the second one is that I love socks with sandals......There, I said it, I feel free now! Seriously though, I know socks with sandals is not for everyone and most of the people around me make squeamish faces when they see someone wearing these together. However, I like the idea of spicing up a chunky sandal with polka dots tights or over the knee socks. I used to believe this should be strictly forbidden for the winter, because let's face it, winter days with tons of snow and wind can cause you a limb amputation. But recently we are having a pretty decent winter in Bulgaria, with no snow and temperatures above 10 Celsius hence my desire to wear my sandals again. 




I styled these with a denim dress and over the knee socks with kinky bows on the sides. One of the ways you can feel warm and cozy even with sandals is layering. You can always use tights and layer socks on top for some extra temperature. My legsies were feeling fine and dandy still! Maybe this is just a phase that will pass like my teen obsession with Vin Diesel few years ago, let's watch and hope.



Back to the being old dilemma, I know a lot of people who are going crazy because they are reaching their thirties and I wonder is it because people are just loony like that, or does society pressure us to be awesome at 30 otherwise you might as well throw yourself in the dumpster right next to the tuna fishies. It's interesting how you can do drugs and be crap at 20, but once you reach 30 you gotta suck it up. And don't get me started on the "I gotta have baby larvas soon or I'm gonna die alone" kind of mentality which always puzzled me. Now don't get me wrong, I'd love to have a baby larva some day, but not because the world says so, the world is often wrong.
What do you guys think, is getting 30 really a reason to go mental?


Dark denim Dress - Remix, Tie up Sandals - Reserved

4 comments:

  1. I'm nearly 30's and I feel so frustrated with my life...
    I'll be a poor lady with no sense of style, and a lot of cats :P

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  2. I turned 30 a few years ago and honestly, nothing really changed. I've been married for a long time, but there are no baby larva on the way and nor will there likely ever be. I have a plant now, but that's about it and, well, if society wants me to do things their way, that's really just too bad for them :P
    xox,
    Cee

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  3. Love the outfit and your hair! I am about to reach my mid-twenties and I see people my age getting married. It kind of puts pressure on me but I can't see myself settling down yet. I have so much I want to accomplish first.


    Ami Amour

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  4. The weather has been very decent here as well, perhaps even a bit too warm for my liking, and I was thinking about trying out the sandals and sock (or tights) combo but I haven't done it yet. Maybe I just wasn't brave enough. This outfit looks great on you, though. I love that denim dress. The sandals you choose are simply perfect.

    I don't know why so many people start freaking out once they turn thirty. It is not like a year or two makes that much of a difference. I partly blame that 20 is the new teenage outlook, it makes people do crazy stuff. In reality, we should do whatever works or is right for us- at any time period.

    I've actually been trying to get pregnant for a while now, but not because the world is telling me so, in fact it gets on my nerves every time when someone suggests that I should because it's a personal thing and nobody has the right to comment on it.

    I've always wanted to have kids, but I'm not obsessive about it. If it doesn't happen, it doesn't happen, I don't think it makes my life less valuable ( I can already see parents telling me it is not possible, that their life has totally changed for the better when they had kids and while I don't doubt they feel that way I also known that 99.9 percent of those parents use every excuse to get someone else look after their kids). In short, I don't plan to commit a Harakiri if I don't manage to get myself knocked up.

    Turning thirty didn't feel weird to me...but I'm not sure how I will feel when I turn 40. I can imagine freaking up a bit then. :)

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