When the best cure is a pair of hotpants & some sun

Of many ailments, sun is the cure. Better than medicine, better than sleep, better than even laughter. It’s warmth and beauty and feeling relaxed yet alive. Photographer Sebastian Petrovski describes having a hangover as being one of those ailments, and we can’t exactly argue. Is there anything better when waking up after a big night out, a night after which you’re simultaneously ruined and proud to have let go so completely, than moving slowly and gently in the sunlight, just soaking it in?

low singlet hotpants

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Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski
Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski
Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski
Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski
Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski
Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski
Positive Summer Haze by Sebastian Petrovski

As Petrovski says, you may be feeling a little regretful, pleased to have done what your untamed drunken self wanted to do, but none the less worse for wear. It’s OK, though, when summer is outside your door. “Lounge around in and out of the sun, have a cigarette to slow your brain down again, just be.”

Styled simply into a pair of denim hotpants and a low-cut boyish singlet by Estivle Lane, model Millie Jerman looks as good as we all wish we looked after a big night.

You can check out the full shoot by Sebastian Petrovski (sebastianpetrovski.com) by clicking on the gallery.

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