what a wonderful day i had: won´t go bother you with details, but one of my general principles in life has actually prooven right today: if you´re doing others good, it´ll come back to you in the end. And this is even true for the most profane things in life: sharing a laughter with someone who´s serving you, for example. Chatting and making fun of yourself, thus entertaining ten people queued up in a row, all in a hurry. Smiling at them and making them smile...it´s pretty easy to do good, you see (sidenote: if you feel miserable, the story´s a bit different, admittedly).
After all the colour clashing over the past few days and some errands on textures, i´ll turned down the volume a bit today. Clearly, that doesn´t mean staying away from colours in my case...only that one colour is predominantly repeated in various pieces. I am a sucker for purple, partly because it´s a warm colour that´s perfect for this time of the year, the other reason being the fact that you can nearly combine with everyother colour (apart from pink and red, i guess).
As stated in the title: purple all over the way and some ps origami...and thanx to my lovely sister who gave me the sweet tie for a christmas present...well chosen, Dicken!
Comments and answers:
@Masood: glad you made your way here, Masood. If you like something, just reblog it but don´t forget to mention where it´s coming from :)
@Mxolisi: thanx man, i pretty much like it that way, too.
@Mike: cheers, Mike! One of the top tens? Wow, wouldn´t have guessed that...but thx! I´ll give you credit on the shoes, but i think it´s the image that´s bad, not the shoes...they are the same as here and you wouldn´t say they´re weird, would you, telling by this post?
@David: cheers, man. That´s a fairly good question you´re bringing up here...i think it totally depends on how thick that vest is. The PRL own can easily be worn under a jacket, whereas that´s nearly impossible with the down vest. I´d agree with you, though: preferably it is to be worn under the jacket (still, if you have to decide: vest over jacket or no vest at all, i´ll always opt for case no. 1)
@David: thanx again. To answer your second question: yes, all Germans do. It´s like the one principle we all can agree to follow...seems strange, doesn´t it?