Saturday, January 25, 2014


I'm wearing:

1. Copper coloured blazer, from H&M.
2. Slim fit sports t-shirt, from H&M.
3. Black super skinny jeans, from Asos.
4. American flag sneakers, from Urban Outfitters.
5. Pocketwatch necklace, from Asos.
In The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (movie and book both) there's a moment where the main character (Charlie) and his friends are driving trough a tunnel and he swears that, at the time, all of them felt infinite. This endless garden/tunnel reminded me of that and I knew, instantaneously, that I wanted to take photos there, I wanted to feel infinite.

I'm wearing a copper coloured blazer that I really like because the fit is kind of boxy; when I wear jackets that aren't slim fitted, I like to balance the rest of the outfit with fitted pieces, like the jeans or the t-shirt; the latter is really cool because it's meant for sports but you can actually wear it outside of the gym, it looks and feels like silk, haha, and I'm a sucker for interesting textures.

There's this funny feeling when you enter a place that doesn't seem to end; it doesn't even have to be a place, it can be anything, any phase of your life that you sense will last forever or it seems to feel that way. I guess that's one of the things that Korea made me feel, that it was going to last forever but, at some point, it's important to acknowledge that life-events like those are meant to end and greater things will come, eventually. And, I guess, that makes us all infinite.

// En The Perks Of Being A Wallflower (película y libro) hay un momento donde el personaje principal (Charlie) y sus amigos están conduciendo a través de un túnel y él jura que, justo ahí, todos ellos se sienten infinitos. Este jardín/túnel sin fin hizo que me acordara de eso y supe, instantáneamente, que quería tomar fotos ahí, quería sentirme infinito.

Estoy usando un saco color cobre que me gusta mucho porque el talle es my cuadrado; cuando uso sacos que no son "slim fit", me gusta balancear el resto del atuendo con piezas entalladas, como los jeans o la playera; la última está padre porque es ropa deportiva pero la puedes usar fuera del gimnasio, se ve y siente como seda, jaja, y soy de esas personas que aman las texturas interesantes.

Hay un sentimiento peculiar cuando entras a un lugar que no parece terminar; ni siquiera tiene que ser un lugar, puede ser cualquier cosa, una fase de la vida que sientes durará para siempre. Supongo que esa es una de las cosas que Korea me ha hecho sentir, que iba a durar para siempre pero, hay un punto donde, es importante reconocer que eventos así están destinados a terminar y mejores cosas vendrán, eventualmente. Y, creo, que eso nos hace a todos infinitos.

Love always, 

Photographed by me.

Currently listening: Lana del Rey - Young And Beautiful.

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