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Some things never change.

For me, I was and I always will be the girl deeply in love with the Beatles, with London and with all things English-related. It’s my trademark, and I’m so proud of that (in spite of all people that think I’m a weirdo). And, most of all, it’s the aspect of my life that makes me happy and that keeps me alive and always full of dreams.

For my boyfriend, instead, he will always support that football team, and will forever try to write a song as perfect as this one.

And if, from one hand, perpetual things may be boring because they are always on repeat mode, from the other hand they represent the certainty. You know how they say: same coin, two sides.

It’s just like fashion: from one hand I feel this need to get dressed differently from the whole world because I am unique (you know), but from the other hand I keep on collecting little black dresses because they are a no-brainer for every occasion, making me feel always beautiful (you know).

I mentioned the LBD but I could have said florals for Spring, you know. Everything changes but florals, for Spring. Exactly like the Beatles and London for me. The greener evergreen you can imagine.

No alarms and no surprises from this side on the Parisian Couture fashion shows for Spring Summer 2015, because florals here reigned supreme. From Chanel, Christian Dior, Valentino and Viktor & Rolf (personal favorite).

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AND how could I not end this post without the inevitable quote from the film, that I (half) borrowed for the title???

Source of catwalk pictures: www.vogue.co.uk

 

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