Dress – ASOS , Earrings/Bracelets- Lovisa, Watch –Fossil, Shoes – Zara
It’s Official – Everything is better embroidered!
Embroidery and crochet made me take a stroll down memory lane. I have vivid images in my mind of the embroidery and crochet my mother used to make. Some clothes for me and some home decor.
Every piece of clothing that you wear has a story behind it. I truly hope that the story behind every cloth that we wear is beautiful. Most embroidered and crochet clothing are handmade by talented artisans around the world. They sew and embroider cloth that they are not even able to wear. Cherish what you can afford and keep every piece of clothing that you have as a precious treasure. Express your gratitude to them. Respect their hard work and work of art.
I always express my gratitude to the lovely people who made the clothing I am wearing even if I do not know who they are.
If you do not want to wear certain of your clothing that are still in a good condition and wish to declutter your closet; please do not throw them away instead donate them. Bring a smile to someone’s face.
Have you been loving the photography on my blog lately?
The moment there is a camera in front of me. I become weird. I begin thinking about how do I pose? Am I doing the right thing? What do I do with my hands? Why are my hands in this awkward position? Am I standing the right way?
If you are being photographed by a photography artist – none of what I mentioned above will come to your mind. Yes, nothing came to my mind. All I did was be myself, be natural and let my photographer artist do what he does best – capturing genuine moments and in this instance my genuine laughter.
Photography: Cameron Maynard