Catwalk with me in Scottish vintage

The trait of leaning away from the present to the past Vintage style of dressing is constantly prevalent with the instant desire which ignites through the thoughts of the lifestyle from medieval times in me.

En-clothing myself in this Scottish checkered skirt and bell sleeved knit top definitely connects me to their country life. The 1920’s impression gives me the joy to catwalk on the street in them. The skirt sports a pencil fit cut and it’s a midi, it is interwoven in black and maroon checks. Those days the style was simple, it was the signature look of the Scottish people with few style variations added through the years. The Edwardian era vintage inspired knit top is an ideal complement to the skirt I am donning. The 3/4th bell sleeved top is waist length tucked in for my comfort. When a certain fit looks good on me I end up shopping the same fit over and over again. Can I swap the present 2016 to the past 1920’s??

Commuting by the Metro I used to push through the commuters surpassing this beautiful Pakistani girl to get hold of a seat, it’s rightly said “It all starts with a smile” our journey of a year old friendship started with a smile. Though our universities differed, we lived in the same suburb. Exchanging numbers and later brunching together got us closer. After numerous cancelled plans we finally met today.

Sitting in a rustic café called workshop, sipping over latte, we had our silly girl talk time. Later walking down the queen Victoria market I got a sudden thought of clicking pictures for my daily dose of happiness, finally after our 13k steps we walked down to the train station planning our next catch up.

Retrieving back from the a la mode to the corner seat of Metro my lifeline, metro train boosts my life, to grasp the positive approach to certain negativity few people encounter during their lifespan; I get grilled and drilled through experiences which others go through. Look through the background of few pictures and you will know. Stations, Stands, Trains and Trams are the places were my lungs scream out praises to the Lord for the will power HE has given every individual facing hardships in this life.

These are the few hours of mine to experience that every individual has an agonizing mask trying to be dramatic as the clowns in the “Circus of Life.”

Lynette x







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