The Sun’s Back

It is back to stay, iA! Just in time for finals’ week, the sun popped out and has been staying with Michiganders ever since. Naturally, arriving at this light at the end of the very long tunnel that was this year’s winter in the Midwest has a very positive effect on the mood, and so I’m all butterflies, rainbows, and unicorns these days.

Now all this happiness requires fun outfits. Hence, I committed some moderate level clashing of floral and animal prints. I’m also slowly overcoming my jersey scarf phobia by wearing a maxi one for the second time in my life (from Unique Hijabs). Despite the lack of poofiness there’s a lot of texture going on and so my hijab is still not completely flat. Oh, and did I mention how easy it is to make this kind of scarf stay put in asymmetrical styles like the one seen below?

On a different note, this week is the last before some serious traveling takes place, so you’ll find me catching up with a lot of reviews and the like before I hit the road (or rather, the skies). I’ll bounce by New York and DC before heading to Europe, and later in the summer I’ll be in the Middle East. That should hopefully make for some interesting posts moving forward. Keep visiting and remember to smile at/for all the beautiful things in life.



Scarf: Unique Hijabs, leopard kimono: Urban Outfitters, floral boyfriend shirt: Gina Tricot (Norway), pastel pants: New Look, sequin clutch: Ebay, flatforms: H&M, accessories: River Island, Asos, Icing, Urban Outfitters

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One thought on “The Sun’s Back

  1. I love this look! Especially how you mixed different textures, and made it sophisticated yet fun 🙂

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