Every summer has its story. While the FIFA World Cup influences probably quite a lot of people this season, others might await a big wedding day or holidays. Maybe it’s also about those little but important things that will be remembered forever. To make this summer 2018 the best one yet, the upcoming July articles on CARMITIVE are dedicated to pure holiday vibes – and to the matching outfits of course.
Sleeping in late until brunch or getting up early for some morning yoga? Adventure or relaxing? Tanning on the beach or a hiking tour in the mountains? Well, you could call it: other holidays, other manners. Everybody’s dream vacation expectations are slightly or even highly different. Let’s be honest, otherwise it would be pretty boring anyway. However, there is one thing all (good proceeded) holiday trips have in common: a feeling of contentment and happiness. So the next posts will have you covered about how to match that summer wardrobe and the music playlists to this good loose holiday feeling. Just a little teaser in advance: you can never go wrong with an airy summer dress and a “California Dreaming” mood.
Apparently traveling other countries is another essential part for this holiday topic. Personally, I always love it to get in touch with other cultures and lifestyles when I am in other countries. It’s one of the best ways to gain more diverse impressions and open up one’s horizons. This is also what Dalai Lama used to target with his quote: “Go at least once a year to a place you've never been before.” Sounds like an idea! So why not starting to stick to this motto from this summer on? The only requirement is to be ready to get to know new things. Hereby, the upcoming posts will show that it is not always necessary to travel to another continent. Most of the time, another city nearby or an unexpected destination are just as exciting – even if it’s not the trendiest place to go. So whether you try to get to know a culture or you just swap the reading time on the sunbed with a kite surfing trip – everyone writes its own story for summer 2018.