...Summer! Directly back to it again. I’m quite happy about my timing and luck this time. It could have been way a lot worse. It seems as if I just missed the darker days and spent them in a sunny city instead. I love the Spanish cities and I always enjoy my time there, no matter if it is job-related or for a short holiday.
...as if it was your last. We can just see that as a simple quote, and I’m not the one who needs to teach you this kind of thinking. But I think about it sometimes, when I start taking things for granted.
Usually, I’m not a big fan of white or bright beige trousers, unless I need to wear them during events with the dress code “all white”. But well, in combination with my favorite piece, the leather jacket, which is really tone in tone here, and white sneakers to round it up - I need to adjust my opinion about bright trousers.
We all know that there’s a whole science when it comes to colors. It’s about the meaning of the different colors in terms of psychology. The colors we see have different meaning and we associate them differently. And yes, colors you choose to wear can represent the way you feel.
Sustainability is one of the big words since quite a long time now. And it doesn’t really matter where you’re looking at. Sustainability concerns our daily life and all the different views and aspects that come with it. It may be the rather simple decision whether we use our car or the train to go to work, which products we buy for preparing our meals and which clothes and shoes we’re going to wear.
Spring seems to be around the corner and for me it is time for colors. In addition to that, suits shall be a trend, which is predicted to continue this year. Navy and charcoal might be the most common suit colors this season but brighter and more festive colors are gonna be the eye catcher as well. Patterns like plaid suits or paisley tuxedo jackets are also part of the topic.