SHEDDING LEAVES

Photography by Maurice Sinclair (www.sinclairfotografie.com)


Recently, after travelling so much, I realise that I feel good simply by wearing comfortable and simple clothes. After wearing tailored suits every day for work going back to unstructured minimalism has a huge appeal! Sometimes when we explore new things, we experiment, we go crazy... with experience and a relaxed mindset we are more content in just being ourselves. When you find yourself, it just feels right! I always look for simplicity but can not ever resist a splash of seasonal colour. I wonder what you think of this more unstructured and imperfect romantic side of me.

Fall has always been my favorite season: when nature flourishes and makes one final last effort to look its very best. The last days of beauty before the first frost wipes out all.  Perhaps this impending transition and tension gives the season its power. After all we know the cold is coming: Fall is nature's very own Grand Finale.

My blog is not all about fashion but also a platform to exchange ideas, creativity and maybe also express my thoughts. Shedding leaves could not describe better this poignant article to me: the original meaning of shed being to drop or release whether that be a leaf or a tear. During the shooting unknown to me at the time, I lost my Grand Mom as she passed away on the other side of the world. This woman has been one of the biggest influences in my life and one of the two ladies I cherish the most. This year has swept by so very, very fast: let the leaves shed and the Winter arrive. For the tree Spring will return to celebrate a new start! 

I dedicate this article in loving memory to my Grand Mom.



// LOOK 1 // JUMPERCOS,  TROUSERS: H&M, SHOES: ZARA, WATCH: FORMALITY BY CALVIN KLEIN WATCHES+JEWELRY
// LOOK 2 // WOOL JUMPER: COSTROUSERSCUSTOM MADE, BOOTSZARA, BAG: ZARA

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