It was not in my plan, but I have to confess that I have gained some weight during my vacation. Then I did plan to take photos of my outfit in daylight, but it did not happen. So I think I just got acclimatized to Turkey. Please forgive me, I will soon return to my organized life in Sweden.
As far as I know I have not joined a dress-like-a-ballerina-challenge, but this is my second ballerina like outfit in just a couple of week. Should I worry or is it a sign? Am I actually supposed to be a prima ballerina but by unlucky coincidences ended up as postdoc in gerontology or is it a sign of an unresolved problem in my childhood (but I got the ballerina Barbie I dreaded)? I could of course be influenced at an unconscious level by the book I recently finished “Water for Elephants” by Sara Gruen – a terrific story about an old man and his life at a circus during the depression. There must have been ballerinas at the circus although it was not explicitly told in the book. But if you prefer, I can go for the most likely and more boring explanation – I am taking part in a 21 for 21 challenge and I need to work with what I have in my suitcase. What do you prefer, the psychological or probable explanations?
Topp and belt – Market in Turkey, Skirt – H&M, Leggings – Cecil, Crazy Horse, Shoes – Yes (bought in Turkey), Jewelry – gifts