Little Mai Sunshine: Sweet, Sweet Reverie
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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Sweet, Sweet Reverie








Reverie NY blazer c/o, thrifted dress, ASOS suspender tights, H&M heeled booties
Photographed by Pedro Morales
Edited by me

I feel like I've been an a positivity high lately. And if you haven't already noticed my attitude change in the past couple of blog posts, then you'll definitely get it in this post. I just can't help but share my latest life epiphany and the wonders it's brought. I don't mean to sound like a self-help book or a motivational speaker, but it's something important that's happened for me, especially since I've grown up as such a negative and discouraged person all my life. This is such a beautiful breath of fresh air. My friend recently suggested this movie called "The Secret" (I'm pretty sure it's a book, too) that's mainly about getting into the mindset of believing positive things happen and when you do so, more positive outcomes will present themselves. It's actually funny because before I even heard of this movie, I was already starting to do this on my own. Every night, I would write down at least 3 things that made me happy that day and the more I started doing that, the more positive things happened. I wish I was exaggerating it, but honestly, I can't lie about how many opportunities have opened up for me ever since I became more aware of the positives in my life. As corny and borderline too-good-to-be-true it may sound, it really has helped me become an overall better person. And that's my secret. 

So of course I would feature Reverie NY in this post as I talk about hopeful beginnings. It seemed pretty fitting enough since I am on a personal reverie. Remember my wintery Reverie NY post here? Well, here's another piece I love from their unique NY style. The blazer is a boyfriend fit so it's oversized and loose. But my favorite part is the detailed under-collar. Aside from the unconventional, clean cut, the collar detail makes this blazer different from the rest, which is just what I needed since my only boyfriend blazer is pretty basic and old. I paired it with my printed thrift shift dress to bring out some color and added a little extra with my heart suspender tights. 

Sharing my positive vibes with you all because we all deserve it :)

Happily,
Mai Sunshine

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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Sweet, Sweet Reverie








Reverie NY blazer c/o, thrifted dress, ASOS suspender tights, H&M heeled booties
Photographed by Pedro Morales
Edited by me

I feel like I've been an a positivity high lately. And if you haven't already noticed my attitude change in the past couple of blog posts, then you'll definitely get it in this post. I just can't help but share my latest life epiphany and the wonders it's brought. I don't mean to sound like a self-help book or a motivational speaker, but it's something important that's happened for me, especially since I've grown up as such a negative and discouraged person all my life. This is such a beautiful breath of fresh air. My friend recently suggested this movie called "The Secret" (I'm pretty sure it's a book, too) that's mainly about getting into the mindset of believing positive things happen and when you do so, more positive outcomes will present themselves. It's actually funny because before I even heard of this movie, I was already starting to do this on my own. Every night, I would write down at least 3 things that made me happy that day and the more I started doing that, the more positive things happened. I wish I was exaggerating it, but honestly, I can't lie about how many opportunities have opened up for me ever since I became more aware of the positives in my life. As corny and borderline too-good-to-be-true it may sound, it really has helped me become an overall better person. And that's my secret. 

So of course I would feature Reverie NY in this post as I talk about hopeful beginnings. It seemed pretty fitting enough since I am on a personal reverie. Remember my wintery Reverie NY post here? Well, here's another piece I love from their unique NY style. The blazer is a boyfriend fit so it's oversized and loose. But my favorite part is the detailed under-collar. Aside from the unconventional, clean cut, the collar detail makes this blazer different from the rest, which is just what I needed since my only boyfriend blazer is pretty basic and old. I paired it with my printed thrift shift dress to bring out some color and added a little extra with my heart suspender tights. 

Sharing my positive vibes with you all because we all deserve it :)

Happily,
Mai Sunshine

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