I came at work is not a job website yesterday, and spent some time there getting inspired and challenged. Sophie and Catharina of work is not a job believe that we all should create more, launch our ideas, and make more beautiful things happen. To help us achieve that gorgeous goal that so easily ends up buried under our overwhelming day-to-day reality (I'm speaking of myself here, but I bet that some of you feel the same), they create inspiring things that support us to work on what we love and become a movement of dreamers, doers and aspiring culture shapers around the world. You can find a collection of pretty awesome enlightening and motivating words and quotes made into beautiful illustrations and typo-etry on their blog.
Now you could think that it's pitiful that such a profound mission inspired me to create an outfit - a shallow and materialistic activity. And you would be somewhat right... But I think that we're all a mix-up of emotions, traits, values, sometimes contradictory...And I don't think that it's a bad thing.
"I Will", Work is not a job // Variance Blouse, Weekday // Pyrite Brass Necklace, Nobletownvintage, $46 // Chanel Nail Polish in Holiday (neon coral), $26 // Mini Skirt, Uniqlo, $12.90 // Ballet Flats, H&M, $12.95 // Illesteva Leonard 2 Sunglasses, La Garçonne, $260