via Daily Prompt: Patience
I am so over winter!
My patience is shot and I am jonesing for the season of warm sunshine, well actually any temperature over 60 degrees will do!
So in an effort to pacify my impatience, I pulled out my wedding pics from my niece fabulous wedding last summer and I’m sharing them with you all. (bonus pic of my family)
By now it should be crystal clear that color plays a major role in my wardrobe, that’s why I opted for this purple jumpsuit.
ps. I absolutely enjoyed rocking this jumpsuit, it worked perfectly for this day wedding!
As cliche as it may sound, I honestly would rather be on a blinding white sand beach in the Caribbean, Grand Anse beach Grenada to be exact.
You see I am an island girl, Grenadian born, so nostalgia is real right now.
My toes in the warm sand, a chilled virgin pina colada while laying aimlessly under a shady coconut tree, alternating ever so often with the perfectly calm, clean, turquoise water.
So yes, I’d rather be home right now if I had it my way.
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Photo by Clem Onojeghuo on UnsplashI’d rather be……….
via Daily Prompt: Fact
I am often intrigued by the different cultures that makes up our world, and the various style of clothing that are considered fashionable.
In some countries or regions fashion is enhanced by jewelry, others by face painting and in other regions by headwraps and scarves.
The fact is, we are all different, but in every culture there is the use of color that makes both traditional and trendy outfits come alive!
Lets face it, colorful expression is one of the common threads that connects us all to each other.
Lets take a trip around the world in color!
An Italian woman
Photo by Alex Blăjan on Unsplash
Photo by Andre Benz on Unsplash
Photo by Clarke Sanders on Unsplash
Woman in African headwrap
Photo by Kashif Robinson on Unsplash
Woman from Ukraine
Photo by Nazar Strutynsky on Unsplash
Photo by Naganath Chiluveru on Unsplash
Colored scarves from Greece
Photo by Matt Seymour on Unsplash
Our world in color