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Аlmost every girl’s life comes at that moment when she decides to push the stop button of aging and refuses to grow up. For me, that moment was about 2 years ago when I turned 30 and suddenly the pink color started to dominate in my wardrobe. I started choosing outfits which are more proper for a child in the kindergarten. My attempts to buy clothes that are suitable for my age always end with an epic failure. Elegant dress? No thanks, just give me that pink pinafore and the particolored socks.
Along with that turning time back to my childhood, through the pink clothes and listening to Britney on max volume while cleaning at home (her songs are a guilty pleasure for me and I can’t hide it), my wardrobe was filled with printed t-shirts. Remember them from the ’90s? There were no social networks back then to show our interests to the entire world, and for that reason, we declared it through our clothing and especially the t-shirts. Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls, and Britney were pretty up-to-date prints to show that we were up to the music trends, but the cool kids were wearing Prodigy and KoRn prints.
For this outfit, I chose a t-shirt with a Barbie doll in which I slowly turn regarding my hair and clothing colors. As a kid, I had a huge box full of Barbie dolls, various furniture, miniature accessories and dresses that I made myself. Even now I still look at the showcases of the children’s stores and I said to all my friends that someday my child would be a girl so I could play with her dolls without being strange.
Of course, I tried again to bring a dose of elegance and adultness by wearing a suit. Yes, pink, but it’s still a suit, isn’t it? With a blazer and trousers. And although I’ve had gained pretty good skills of walking in high heels lately, I’ve decided to finish the outfit with another favorite item from the ’90s – Nike Air Max sneakers. Regarding the bow in my hair, I’ve worn it at work once and scandalized my colleagues, but that’s another story.