Since I was able to understand what the word sex means, I’ve been intrigued by how it is portrayed in movies. The best part is watching a sex scene with your parents, while awkwardly trying to move along the conversation, desperately trying to make it less awkward, but perfectly understanding this is a feat of impossible merits…Apart from this, I’ve always enjoyed the “after sex” scenes, the “amber sunrise, prepared breakfast, wearing the man’s shirt” kind of scenes. I love the white, basic huge shirts women wear (turns out 99% of the male populace has a white shirt in their wardrobe), it just looks more pretty and cozy next to a coffee mug. This is one of the reasons I’ve been on the lookout for an oversize men’s shirt.
You may wonder, why don’t I just wear the boyfriend’s, but he dresses like a beer potato chip and doesn’t own any shirts + I have no intention of looking like a beer potato chip.
One of the items I chose from Yoins to review, is exactly the white shirt I wanted. It’s comfortable, flowy and light. Since I couldn’t photograph myself wearing it with just my underwear, like a movie cliche, I opted for comfort and took my shirt for a visit to the boyfriend’s workplace.
It was cold and windy, so I brought my aztec scarf and fuzzy socks to keep me warm. The brown bag is a vintage find which I tore apart and now it’s metamorphosed into a clutch. I know my scrunchy is disturbingly ugly, but I didn’t have a more fashionable one. My motto is “If it’s on the back and I can’t see it, it doesn’t exist!”. Main reason why my hair on the back is almost never combed…
That’s it for Sunday’s post. I’m off to kill some dragons! Let me know in the comments, what do you think of those movie cliches and do you like the basic white shirt! ^_^
White batwing sleeves shirt – c/o Yoins, Chelsea camel boots – Stradivarius, Jeans – New Yorker
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