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Daughter Nature

Daughter Nature

Hello my fellow readers,

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One of the things that I have learned already this summer is that it’s okay for things not to go the way they were planned. I’m usually a control freak, and if I say that something has to be done a certain way, it will be done that certain way. However, sometimes just giving up control and doing whatever comes your way can be more interesting, amusing, and most importantly, spontaneity. Adventures that are spontaneous can lead to doors you’ve never knocked on, and to pathways you’ve never taken.

The adventures come served on different platters, but they also come with various people: people, who you might have known your whole entire life, and people, who you have just met. My friend, Vanessa, wanted me to do just that: have an unplanned adventure. She told me she would like to go to Hudson River Park, which is a park located on the Hudson River, overseeing the state of New Jersey. On the other hand, I was aiming to go to Central Park, and walk around as per usual. Well, I’m more than glad I decided to follow Vanessa because we ended up on a beautiful boardwalk, with a mini park, meanwhile watching one of the most calming things: water. People were tanning, eating, and even canoeing, meanwhile Vanessa and I were busy shooting for the blog. It was relaxing, and it can be even seen in pictures.

I called this post “Daughter Nature” because in the U.S., just like in other countries, there is a phrase -“Mother Nature.” My dress reminded me of leaves, greenery, and for some odd reason, the flower, jasmine. To add some bold pieces, I decided to wear one of my favorite headbands that once reminded me of Dolce & Gabbana’s models, and it looks like the olive wreath, which was worn by Ancient Greeks when they won a competition in the Olympic Games. In order to compliment the headband, I decided to wear a gold handbag and gold gladiator sandals. The look in total reminds me of something earthy, thus I decided to call this series of pictures “Daughter Nature” because of my age and outfit. Silly, maybe.

As promised in the previous post, I will attempt at posting as often as I can. Currently, I’m in the process of building both of our schedules, my photographers and mine because that’s just us, New York students and part time bloggers, work. How is your summer going so far?

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Outfit Details: Dress-Zara (Similar Here & Here), Sandals-Steve Madden, Headband-Accessorize (Similar Here), Handbag-Accessorize (Similar Here), Necklace-Roberto Coin, Earrings-Anjolee.

Thank You for reading, and have an exciting week ahead!

xoxo, Sophia for Fashion Caption.

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