After slacking for forever, this photo session taught me a few things about my work. 
The most important being independence; I tend to rely a lot on other people for my work to happen. Like having someone take photos of me so that I can make a post for my blog, something that I don't believe is healthy at all. But I still have questions on how do other bloggers manage to do almost everything by themselves. Any tips or advice?

I snubbed this shirt while I was still in Mozambique where my dad and I were invited to this 'trade show' by some Tanzanian ladies. While this design has been worn in all corners of the world and in every clothing style you can imagine, it still remains beautiful.
I love how colorful this shirt is, making it a versatile piece to be worn with anything in any color.

In this look I paired it up with a faux leather skirt and ankle boots for that simple 'rock' chic look. While this look seems cute, I wouldn't recommend this leather business in hot weather. As you can see for thyself, I was a few feet away from melting into the ground. 
Substituting a pair of jean shorts for the skirt would look equally great with the shirt, but you may want to consider wearing gladiator sandals or knee high caged boots. this is to have that 'balanced' amount of naked skin, but feel free to work it the way you like it. 

Let me know how you would style this shirt along with your other thoughts on the comments below.
I appreciate you taking sometime to stop by the blog. 

What am I wearing?
Shirt: Tanzanian trade show|| Skirt: Zalora|| Bag: Cotton On|| Shoes: MySale

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