In Vancouver when we see the cherry blossoms, this is a sure sign that the spring is officially here…no lies, no games. They blossom so early in the spring and disappear in a blink of an eye that by the time we realize that the whole city is unbelievably beautiful, everything comes to an end. If you are lucky, you will spot them and admire them for few days…me…I feel lucky enough that I was able to took few photos of the cherries right on time. For 8 years now this is the first time I caught them while blossoming. Usually after only one week, the blossoms are gone, the fairy tale is over and Vancouver continues its normal life with the only difference being that everybody is happy because we all got our awesome selfies with the cherries, we bragged about how astonishing Vancouver is through social media and we are still in disbelieve that it is not raining any more.


So now we are ready to leave our winter clothes at home and to enjoy the summer. No, wait a minute…it is not a flip flops season yet. In fact use them wisely; flip flops are not a fashion statement. Anyway, what I am trying to say is that it is easy for all of us to get excited about the warmer weather but we should slow it down a bit and enjoy the lovely spring. We can still wear a winter sweater with no jacket on; for a person who almost always feels cold, I feel pretty excited about that news. It is comfy yet elegant when it is combined with skinny jeans and high heels. Any nuance of the nude palette is the way to go… so go crazy, ladies. Even though it is a fashion statement nowadays, this will always be an all-time classic. You can never go wrong with white, black, nude or pastel colours. The best part about it is that if we took a photo with our current nude outfits and our makeup/hair looks fairly acceptable, this photo could be timeless. So what is not to love about that nude palette?


Put your smile on and enjoy the rebirth of our beautiful planet Earth no matter where you are.


Interesting Fact: Nobody knows how Earth got its name and when. It is thought that the name comes from the old English words `eor(th)e/ertha` and `erde` in German. In fact, Earth is the only planet which was not named after Greek and Roman gods and goddesses.


Keep it stylish inside out.


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