You are invited to take a look at ‘Arropame outfits’, the new blog section published every Sunday in which you will find inspiration to get the most out of your wardrobe, which acquires new dimensions on such a unique day. And now more than ever we encourage you to look for what you identify with the most and magnify your personality… Sundays… express yourself.
The other day, those among us who spend many hours on Arropame… reflected on what this seventh day of the week means to us… Sleep-ins, surfing the web, going out for a run, endless reading, family get-togethers, musical discoveries, visits to the sea and, sometimes, work. While we chatted, we came to realise that we do many of these activities during the week too, but… with a different spirit. Without a doubt, Sunday is special. Not just because there is more time to do what we love to do, but because, and here is the thing, what we do during the week is routine, and even if it is repeated on Sunday, it is chosen with complete freedom, we choose it ourselves, it is our own plan.
Time can always be found on a Sunday to revel in our own personality. A moment in time when we can do what we want for ourselves and by ourselves. It is a time to change the radio frequency from the news to listen to a play or lounge about with breakfast in bed, a time to grasp on to the, surely false, conviction that pyjamas and slippers are our favourite outfit, a time to unleash our creativity in the kitchen, in the garden or in the dressing room, because… have you had a look inside your dressing room on a Sunday? Think about it. Get it? It is magnified!
At Arropame… we believe that fashion is one of the best expressions of oneself. Many of you will have heard of this idea a thousand times on Arropame: ‘you have to be yourself and look for your personality in what you wear.’ Because this is how everything you have within you flourishes. And Sunday seems like the best day to be true to our philosophy. It is a day on which more than ever to follow the advice of Cecil Beaton, one of the most celebrated photographers of the 1920s, whose photographs were on many Vanity Fair and Vogue covers, and who said: “Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.” On Sundays there are an infinite number of things to enjoy doing, more or less, but take a moment to think about what you are most passionate about and what expresses you the most. In our case: mix, mix and match until you find yourself!
Garments in our outfits:
Blazer (out of stock) – Lebor Gabala
‘The Flip Flop’ Jeans – Current/Elliott
Yellow sweater – Lebor Gabala
Orange sweater – Lebor Gabala
Light green skirt – Lebor Gabala
Red sandals -Isapera
Silver and gold sandals – Isapera
Gold sandals – Isapera