we are handsome swimsuitdaniel wellington watchwe are handsome swimsuitwe are handsome swimsuitwe are handsome swimsuitwe are handsome swimsuitwe are handsome swimsuitvenice beachwe are handsome swimsuitWearing: We Are Handsome swimsuit and shirt, Citizens of Humanity jeans, Daniel Wellington watch, SUPER sunglasses.


Why stall you summer clothing in the attic when you can actually wear it here and now? No, I don’t mean on a beach like the above per se, but in your daily outfits. Get those swimsuits, flowy dresses and mini skirts back into your closet asap because I might know how you can make the most of those without having to freeze your but off. The skirt is easy, pair it with tights (yeah, you could think of that) or be bold and pair them with ripped jeans. The flowy dress could serve as your perfect layering piece, throw it over a shirt or pair it underneath a leather jacket. Fashion has no rules! Play around with what you have instead of rushing to your nearest Zara or H&M (which, from case to case basis, can be enjoyable too obviously). I’ve showed you once before here that a swimsuit can function as a top perfectly fine. Quite 90s, but that’s the way I like it. I’ve never actually worn it to bathe in, which is ironic, since that’s its sole purpose you might think – just the swimsuit as a top. This was shot in Venice Beach, one of my fave LA hangouts whenever I am there. I love matching my outfit to the places I visit. The blue of the seas, the bright colors of the graffiti, the neutrals of the palm trees and the sandy beach. Sundowners are best enjoyed here, after enjoying the best coffee in town. Just crash down next to the nearest palm tree (how amazing are these Californian ones, can’t get enough), and simply enjoy the view. It’s super corny, but super true: “the best things in life are for free.” You can’t buy a gorgeous sunset or sincere moment of happiness anywhere. And that’s probably for the best, because when you can’t honestly enjoy the beautiful things in your life without having to pay for it first, what would it all be worth?

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