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1.River-Island Palm tree shirt and 4.bikini/2.urbanoutfitter bag/5.Maria semple book/6. l'occitane shower oil/ 7.Violette candels ...
Zara coat/Iris&Ink sweater/origami Zara skirt/hasbeen sandals/NW clutch
Location- Rothschild st photographer-Alexander Yashish
1. Free people 240$ vs Asos 56$ 2. Saint Laurent sneakers 550$ Vs adidas 90$ 3. Rag&bone V neck sweater 390$ Vs boys clu...
'Runaways'. Giclée Art Print by Spiros Halaris 50x70 cm 'On The Go'. Giclée Art Print by Bo Lundberg Artist: B...
- ▼ June (8)
Sunday, June 8, 2014
|Zara blouse/MNG shorts/Marc by Marc Jacobs bag/ Ray-ban sunnies/Zara sandals|
To be honest, I had some doubts whether or not to wear those shorts or just wait till I will take care of my pale skin that usually have not bad relationship with the sun to achieve ideal tanned results. For my opnion, fair skin looks best with bronzer shade, and believe me or not, if I had brighter skin, I would be happily live with that and give up on all the sun damage that come along with the sun Tan. Speaking of skin color, I guess that some of you ,try to interpreted this first Photo(the ladies on the background) , but the matter of fact ,it's was unintentional or planned. That's all the beauty with art , that you can receive interesting results with spontaneous.
The conclusion: you can wear shorts even though your skin are pale and not ready for the summer, and if you are still insist you can always use self-Tanning cream.
So what do you think? Do you feel confident with your skin to wear shorts?
Location: אזור תל אביב, ישראל