|Pictures by JAMES VYN|
THE BROWN TRENCH COAT Not that the title of this post has anything to do with the Blondie character from Sin City, but sometimes some of my friends call me this way ( especially when I make stupid jokes and look like Elle Woods from legally blonde, a bit naive, and a bit ridiculous. But I can assure you, it’s really rare, usually I have always very intelligent facts to share hehe). I have always wondered how I would look like if my hair was dark brown, and I must admit that I’ve been literally dying to try out since many years now. Therefore I even bought a wig just to see how I would look, and frankly speaking: I love this color on me. So why not change? A lot of people associate the blonde hair color, to glamour and sexy, some others to stupidity and superficiality. I think that being blond brings a lot of judgments based only on appearances, so I would love to be a little brown headed just to try out how it feels, and to know if it is different. I mean if you just have a look, in most of the high school American cheesy movies, the bitchy girls are always blonde (Regina Georges must be the perfect example). Even though I am curious to see how it would be to have brown hair, I must say that it would be definitely strange to change it.
I am going to take a little bit of time to think about it, and perhaps will even do a post with my brown wig, that could be fun. In the meantime though, it could be interesting to discuss today’s outfit. I have always loved trench coats, and of course, especially the Burberry ones which are gorgeous. When I received this one the other day, thanks to www.romwe.com, I was so excited to try it on. The cut is very elegant and yet really simple; it is perfect as an everyday coat and good for cold weather. I paired it to a little faux-fur neck warmer and to a Lodis leopard detailed clutch. The leggings that you may have seen in one of my recent posts called ‘’Pony Tails and Fabi shoes’’ are from H&M and these are matched to my beloved Mango shoes. What do you think?