Shirt and Trousers: Zara/ Sandals: New Yorker/ Bag: Review/ Shades: Ray Ban
There are many things that I would like to change in my country, but I'm not going to discuss about that right now. Still, there is really one (the most trivial) thing I can't stand --- people staring at you when you're not dressed the way they expect you to be.
When I go out with both of my kids, I don't wear heels because I can't run and play properly with my older son. (Even then, you will not see me wearing a tracksuit because I truly don't like them. I can't help myself and I know that they can be nice and trendy and comfy but NO. I will rather go for a pair of bf jeans or tights or something like that. Still, I have NOTHING against people wearing WHATEVER they like... even a tracksuit.:)
When I go out only with my younger son who is still in a baby carriage, sometimes I do put on a pair of comfy heels (even if I get tired I have a baby carriage to hold on to ;). Still, when I do wear heels (and you know me, it's not like I'm wearing a 12 cm stilettos with 6 cm platform) and go around with baby carriage I always get those strange looks and I just don't get WHY? Why do people care?
I know that things like that shouldn't bother me, but still... from time to time you get frustrated. :/
Anyhow, I hope you'll like one of my outfits I was wearing on the day when I 've chosen to wear heels for a baby walk! :)