I hope you guys all had an amazing weekend. You want to know what I did? I spent the entire time watching Dexter and got through over two seasons. The show is so addictive that it turns you into a degenerate in no time :). Considering that I don’t even have cable, it feels strange for me to commit so much time to a tv series. I’ve always been more of a film buff (I even minored in cinema studies in university) but my mama got me hooked on this bloody show. Anyway, for those of you who are familiar with it; is it just me or is the character of Rita (Dexter’s girlfriend) incredibly annoying? What’s up with the constant huffing and puffing? She reacts to the most unpleasant news in the same way as if she just chipped a nail – she literally just inhales or exhales loudly and calls it an emotion or thought. Oops, I’m sorry, I think I’m venting a little. Too much Dexter see…he gets under your skin 🙂 (get it, because he cuts people).

Today’s look-0f-the-day is not at all related to what I just said. It’s from my trip to Moscow. I generally love simple stripes and for me this Marc Jacobs dress really hits the spot. The only thing is that it was a little windy the day I wore it so as we walked all around the Red Square I had to stay conscious of the potential wardrobe malfunction. I really didn’t want to give those tourists more than they bargained for so I had to be careful the whole time. As you can imagine this wasn’t as relaxing for me as it couldn’t been but it was worth it. As the wind carried and blew the silk into shapes that resembled sails it gave the dress a life of its own – wild and spontaneous. For this reason this “billowing brushstroke-stripe silk dress” is a pleasure to photograph when it’s windy.

What I’m wearing:

  • Silk dress by “Marc Jacobs”
  • Shoes by “Marciano”
  • Sunglasses by “Victoria Beckham”

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