Free as a butterfly – Outfit post


Ciao ragazzi,

It’s my birthday today, yay! For a special day like this I had a special outfit in mind! Something with a meaning, something which fits the way how I see life at the moment… Above all something that represents what I am working towards, which future I am building, free as a butterfly… ๐Ÿ™‚

Shooting this look was so much fun and it was at an amazing location with a view all over the city and the smaller towns around Firenze. I also had two (!) photographers, the lovely Shawn & Diego (thanks guys for everything!) which made me feel like a celebrity haha. People even started making photos of us shooting, especially the Asian tourists. Very funny situation haha, I’m actually surprised I did not feel awkward or anything, it actually was fun, because in Holland I sometimes feel very awkward when people watch your shooting session.

No, in Firenze I felt free! I did not care and I fluttered around the city, trying to see all the sights while relaxing and having the most fun possible. I literally felt like I was free as a butterfly.

This freedom, this feeling was also the setting and feel that I wanted to show you guys in the outfit. I went for a fun, playful playsuit from Liquorish with, yup, butterflies (farfalle in Italiano)! Hence the free as a butterfly titel ๐Ÿ˜‰ I fell in love with this playsuit when I saw it on ASOS, the little details on the back, the kaleidoscope butterfly print, the colors, it just screamed ‘Take me with you to Firenze’ haha. It’s actually one of my favorite summer outfits now (too bad summer is over haha).

I am wearing a playsuit from Liquorish (bought on, sunglasses from VANS, necklace from KarmaMantra, camera / handbag from JoTotes (thanks to my lovely parents), bracelet from Noosa Amsterdam, watch from IKKI and heels from H&M.

Now I am very curious! What do you think of this free as a butterfly OOTD / outfit, the view and also what did you think of this blogpost where I told you more about the feeling (the free as a butterfly feeling) and the idea behind the actual look?


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