Inches 2 Style

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DRESSED IN DUSTY PINK AND BOYFRIEND BLAZER


Hi everyone. I do hope you had a fantastic weekend. As it's nearing the end of the month of July, where did the days fly off to, I'd like to give a shout out to all my new followers and to say a special word of thanks to all of you for your continued support. I love blogging and it's so encouraging knowing that there is someone out there who reads my posts. So thank you!!!
Meeting old friends can be a daunting task. I recently experienced this when I had a lunch date and catching-up session with my very good friend Bridget. We hadn’t talked in about 10 months and we finally managed to match up our schedules.
Friday’s are usually my dress down days, like the rest of the world I guess, and because I didn’t have to go to the university I opted for fitting pink trousers that I haven’t worn in forever, a black vest and a boyfriend blazer. It was a little chilly when I left the house so I added suede boots and a purple scarf. I carried a black handbag and put on a checked pink and white Alice-band. I went with my current obsession of a wrist-full of bracelets and statement earrings. 






Outfit Details:
Pants: Trade Fair, Chandigarh, India
Vest: gift from my sister
Blazer: part of a suit, gift from mum
Boots: Sarojini Market, India (similar in Ngara, Nairobi)
Handbag: gift
Earrings: trade with my friend
Scarf: borrowed from my sister
Bracelets: gift

When I went to study in India, I went through some life-altering experiences, I grew up and learned so much about myself. I made a whole set of new friends and I changed somewhat from the person I was in my earlier years. Then I came back home and started catching up with old friends and I’m terrified to say this but we’ve almost drifted apart. There are some friends that I will go out of my way to meet halfway and others who I just don’t think we have anything in common anymore. I find it so hard to talk to people and show them how different I am but Bridget encouraged me to continue being myself and to not be afraid to show it. Have you ever gone through such an experience? How do you deal with people who you haven't seen in a long time?

Happy Monday and have a fruitful week!!


xo

Audrey


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About Audrey Masitsa

Audrey is the founder, writer and stylist behind Inches 2 Style. You can read more about her here and hire her for personal shopping, stylist and wardrobe consultations here .
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