Fashion & Lifestyle

Crisp cold air…

Dear Blog,
Winter has finally arrived, and I use “finally” because it seemed like it was a little bit late this year. I’ve missed the crisp cold air and the festive vibes that come with it. The colors of nature are shifting every day and I find myself incredibly grateful to dwell so close to its transformative beauty. It’s a reminder that life unfolds in phases and cycles, necessary for our growth and eventual bloom.

Winter, with its calm, teaches us about stillness. Most animals are in a deep sleep and certain plants are completing their life cycle. But in the darkness and quiet of Winter, there are profound lessons, for I believe that the shadow knows. This season encourages us to stay indoors, staying closer to our loved ones. Compassion seems to linger in the air a bit longer.

It’s the time for reflection and letting go of anything that no longer serves us…..anything that blocks our path. It’s time to nurture ourselves and prepare to blossom anew when the time is right. Winter, the season that teaches us to embrace the cycles of life.

I was wearing this V neck long dress in grey by Sure Design Clothing. I love it’s sacred geometry design showing the beautiful symbol of the “Flower of Life”. I am obsessed with sacred geometry so this dress just had to be mine! It’s made from a super comfy, breathable crinkled cotton material that you can toss in the washing machine – no need for ironing. This dress is crafted in Thailand, blending international style with traditional craftsmanship. It’s a one-size-fits-most deal, so it’s designed to look great on a variety of body types. Easy, comfy, and stylish – it’s the perfect addition to your wardrobe.

The cardigan I am wearing it is also handmade by Sure Design Clothing. I have it since 2020 and it is still in very good conditions and I can say that I have worn it many times! If you would like to order Sure Design itemes, check out their site: where you can use my code CIRCLEOFKURISU for 10% OFF! World wide shipping!

Last but not least, I need to thank @kyanidda7 for the lovely pictures she took! I am so glad to find such talented photographers who are willing to shoot pictures for me!

I hope you enjoyed this post!


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