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  • I have a navy blue blouse and a navy blue cardigan hanging on my wardrobe. I like them pretty much, but every time I have tried to put them on, I wasn't able to find the right combination.

    Women and clothes: a funny but sometimes complicated relationship.

    The other day I went to Zara to have a look at the final soldes. Close to the dresser, on a corner nobody was looking at, I found a beautiful skirt. It was long and vaporous, with a mustard look and a brown touch, like the wood of a wild forest.

    I knew this skirt was waiting for me and I knew I will spend most of the spring and the summer wearing it: It suits with blue, it suits with white, it looks beautiful mixed with black and even with a skin t-shirt on. And most important: it's both comfortably and cute.

    Working on a project that it's not 100% real yet - I'm moving to NYC in the next monts- I was thinking about clothes and pieces and life itself:

    - "It's so true. Sometimes all you need it's to find the final piece that suits you and helps you adding sense to the whole puzzle".

    And here I am, saying no to different possibilities, waiting for the good one to appear: the mustard, savage skirt, that makes Belén look like Belén.
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