Are you a positive person inherently?
I, for one, am a hopeless optimist. And I like doing things which add to the positivity and make me a happier person from within. As much as I can, I avoid negative things and people in my vicinity, in my life. And the same also holds true for books! Positive thoughts reflect in everything that you do and bring you even better days in life ahead.
The prelude was because I recently read the much raved about book- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. It is a tragic love story, and the protagonist and her love are both dying of cancer, the antagonist in the book. Coming from medical background, I have seen such things happen on an everyday basis. And even then, it is difficult to imagine the pain and agony that cancer brings with it. Or any other terminal disease, for that matter.
The thing is- for me, the book was really really sad to go through. I did read it till the end, but it made me question the very decision of reading till the next page every other time. It’s just too sad and heartbreaking. Left me emotionally drained.
Anyhoo, here’s how I styled a simple blue dress with a cut-out front panel a few days back for an event. Since it was going to be a long day ahead, I wore flats and just a contrasting bling neck-piece for accessories. Outfit details:
Dress: Latin Quarters/ Shop
Bag: Aldo/ Similar
Shoes/ flats: Catwalk/ Shop here