Only recently did I discover how much I like gray. Working in an environment where black is mostly frowned upon makes gray (and dark blue) a perfect color choice. Whenever I wear a color that’s not black I enjoy giving my outfits cheesy but romantic names (or titles). I think I started doing that when I was 12 years old and enjoyed wearing the “David-The-Vampire”-Outfit – which was inspired by Kiefer Sutherland’s role in The Lost Boys. I know for sure that I had something I called the “Buccaneer”-Outfit when I was 14 (inspired by Terence Hill in Il Corsaro Nero – isn’t he the most handsome man EVER???)…
Well, today’s theme is GRAY and so I gathered some pics of outfits with gray in them (the first and the last one being office-outfits). And I’ll tell you how I secretly call them in my mind. Don’t laugh!😉
Midnight & Stormclouds
Agnetha a.k.a. The Russian Princess
(click here to see why “Agnetha”… hint: the boots)
Are these outfits “dark” or gothy”? Well, not neccessarily. But to me, giving them names/titles makes them appear more mysterious – if you know what I mean. And for me, that’s important in work-clothes: If I’m not allowed to dress gothy I want my outfits to have a special feel to them.