The summer season is a great time for dress lovers like me. Skirts and dresses are just so much better for creating a comfortable and classy style than wearing (bermuda) shorts, don’t you agree? That’s why I wear a lot of skirts and dresses in summer, making sure I can cycle in them of course.
Shorts: Only, Bag: New Yorker, Shirt: H&M
….something that is red! This is a great game to use in your classes when teaching foreign languages at primary school level. Your pupils will have so much fun training vocabulary in a playful way.
“I spy with my little eye something that is red” is also what you do a lot when visiting London.
Shirt: H&M (previous season)
I like this quote from Roger Federer. I can see how it works in sports, I like playing with it in fashion (see both photos) and I know from experience that it works in communication as well. How so?
Hi! Thanks for popping by.
My name is Lieske and I am a Dutch 40+ teacher of foreign languages in Switzerland. I am small and have got even smaller feet, so you can imagine how challenging it can be to find ‘fashion that fits’. To be honest with you, I want my clothes to have some more qualities than just ‘fitting well’. Let me share my personal 5 fashion rules with you.