My desperate attempt to get out of the city finally came into fruition this past weekend and somehow I managed to squeeze in a few snaps to blog about.
A mere 600 km’s away from Maputo City lies a little picturesque paradise called Tofo beach, located in the city of Inhambane, a fitting location to shoot this (improptu) seaside inspired look.
During this time of the year, I find enough time in my day to spare some gratitude to the warm weather, in case some of you haven’t noticed we are slowly transitioning into the cold season. I personally don’t mind spending my days chasing summer, however mother nature showed me who truly is in charge this past weekend, we experienced cloudy and gloomy weather all weekend long, nonetheless the break served it’s purpose and we were all able to press the reset button.
New week, same goals and different approaches, this my blueprint to all the things I aim to achieve, be it short-term or long-term goals. A real short-term goal has everything to do with Seasonal Fashion: How to Transition from Fall/Autumn to Winter Effortlessly. I will be doing a full feature on this topic next on the blog. A massive shout out and thank you to all my Queens for assisting me with my database update, I hope that some of what I share with you on the blog is useful and helpful to your style journey.
For now, I hope you enjoy my Seaside Inspired Look that took zero effort. I am a wearing a simple blue printed tunic that I purchased a while ago in a wax print fabric store in Maputo. I paired the tunic with a fitting hair-do to give it that grecian Goddess effect, the location and the photographer did everything else. Get into it below.
And that’s a wrap for now.
Don’t forget to connect with me on social media or right here and let me know your thoughts on your favourite trends this season, moreover, I want to know what item you’re excited to wear this coming Autumn and Winter.
ABOUT THIS LOOK
Printed Tunic | Stylists Own
Beaded Head Band | Woolworths SA
ABOUT THE LOCATION
Tofo Beach, Tofo Mar Hotel , Mozambique
Photography by Eduardo Brooke (thank you my love)