There're so many things going on!

This new hiatus is due to a chain of preparations and events in which I'm into. Yesterday I finally presented my master thesis, and tomorrow I'll be giving my first practice lesson ever. Plus, the new school year is beginning and I must choose my courses (with care, problems and doubts, I must say), decline what I cannot schedule in my week, and find some time to do sports and some leisure activity with my boyfriend. If I'd stop to think about all this, I'd notice I'm so tired, but I have no time to do so!
I guess that as October goes by I'll finish scheduling my week and start the new habbits, so that I can find some time to snap pictures and post them again. In the mean time, I'll try to stop by my favourite people here and leave some comments from time to time :)

Obsession?

Maybe, after so much searching for Oxfords, I have such an obsession that I can't stop buying pairs! hehe... But indeed, this time, it was because of the brown patent and the flat heel, I think I'll wear them a lot this winter :)

brown flat oxford shoes

Cibeles Fashion Week

I love Juanjo Oliva and also his dresses ;) And he didn't disappoint me! Here you are some of my favourite ones from his S/S 09 collection:

Juanjo Oliva collection

But for me the best this time was Juana Martín's:

Juana Martín collection

They both share things that I love: clean lines, 'airy' volume and plain, very-basic colors.

I saw some of these images from yesterday's session and, I don't know why, they kept popping in my mind while I was sleeping... Maybe now they'll infect your dreams too ;)

Pictures from Vogue.es

A bit cooler now

At the beginning of this month, I spent a few days in the very hot Naples and its surroundings, seeing the high amount of historical remainders that so many cultures left there since ancient times. Here's what I've got for you: in the next picture I'm holding a piece from a (rich) house's wall -- it's from the soft part of the wall, and its conical form allows it to move a little bit so that a (likely) seismic wave looses part of its strenght when it reaches the tough part of the wall, made of standard bricks. Greek people had the idea and later Roman invaders continued using it, this house is at Paestum. (Ok, I know it's hard to see, try enlarging the picture by clicking on it and see the wall in the background, which is made of these).

piece of wall in Paestum

When I came back home I had to forget my holidays in no time, because this month I present my Master thesis and there were things that I still had to rewrite!! Today I'm doing a short break to post something :)

Autumn is starting to arrive, and these days you look at your wardrobe and see nothing proper to wear, because the breeze is cold but the sun is shining! These are some of my hot-but-cooler outfits of this week:

one two three

The T-shirt in the last one is from this summer buys and I especially like it because of (apart from the color and the print) the wonderful sleeves. I tried to take a picture (downwards) of it but I'm afraid it's a bit crappy... I hope you'll guess what I mean! ;)

caramba!

And finally, today's question is: how do you face the change of season? Layering? Catching a cold like me?...

My dream-come-true shoes

Glorious oxford heels:

Buffalo oxfords

Buffalo, 109.90 eur + international shipping costs

And their evil twins:

Tex oxfords

Carrefour Tex, 39.90 eur

I love my new comfy, evil shoes :)