An #allblackeverything look peppered with an important message: ‘I am women’!
Hell yeah! I am and I’m coming with curves and edges instead of perfection, which seems to be something you have nowadays to explain or excuse yourself for. In times where emancipation shines bright form every corner and pops up on every social-media channel, I have the impression that we are so far from accepting and loving ourselves as we are.
The common hashtags are getting misused or are they an even better price tag? I get more and more confused by these ‘positive’ movements and it would be maybe too much going deep on this topic here so let’s make it short:
Don’t let our grand-grandmothers, grandmothers, mothers and all the other brave women who have fight for women’s’ rights down. They deserve more than girls and women who are defining themselves only superficially.
Over & out.
Pants: H&M find similar here
Bag: Fendi Peekaboo
Beret /Hat: Asos
Shoes: Zara find similar here