Weekly Capsule 27.4: Casual Fourth

red striped tee navy pants brown sandals by 14 shades of grey

I didn’t mean to put together two Fourth of July looks, but since this is what I had lying around last Friday, I just reached for them. The fact that it was another red, white, and blue outfit was purely by chance – I wasn’t thinking much about my sartorial choices, because we’re having another asphalt-melting heat wave over here. For this whole week, I only went outside to take outfit photos early in the morning, scrambled indoors, and didn’t set foot outside again until long after sunset. But it’s been hot all over the world too, hasn’t it? We’re lucky that our house has air conditioners and is relatively cool even without them (when it’s 100+ outside, the temperature in our living room remains around 85.) I don’t know how people in Europe survive without air conditioning.

red striped tee navy pants by 14 shades of greyred striped tee navy pants brown sandals by 14 shades of grey

red striped tee navy pants brown sandals by 14 shades of greyred striped tee navy pants by 14 shades of grey

T-shirt: Gap, Pants: Mango, Cuff: local shop, Sandals: gift

And here are my looks this week – that’s the most colors I’ve worn in a while:

dandelion tee slouchy pants striped sneakers by 14 shades of greyblack tee red skirt black flats by 14 shades of grey

red striped tee floral skirt brown sandals by 14 shades of greyred striped tee navy pants brown sandals by 14 shades of grey

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One Comment on “Weekly Capsule 27.4: Casual Fourth”

  1. Mike says:

    I don’t know how anyone can survive without air conditioning. I think of some of the people who live south from our state and how they hit triple digits almost everyday during the summer.
    Or the states out west, like Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.
    But that’s good that you have air conditioning in your home. Hahaha… the temperature inside your home with the AC is the same as ours is outside on an average summer day; 85. And we think that’s hot! Since my family’s move two years ago into our apartment, I am so thankful for our AC. Our old house (which is like, 100 years old) didn’t have air conditioning. We lived there for nearly 20 years. I honestly don’t know how we survived summer after summer without air. I seem to recall drinking a lot of ice water and taking lots of cold showers! Having lots of fans blowing throughout our house helped us survive too. 😛
    Another great outfit Salazar! It may have been pure chance that you picked that, but it’s another great tribute to our flag’s colors!


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