Sunday, 1 March 2015
Happy March. New month, new goals, new you, make it a fabulous month. Time to start wearing bright colors and colorful bracelets again. This cold weather has nothing to offer me anymore, I'm so ready for spring and warm weather. I leave you with a throwback to that interesting outfit from two years ago. Have a great start of the week friends! :)
What I Wore:
1.) Jumper- Oxfam Charity Shop (Little treasures are everywhere if you stop to notice them)
2.) Shorts- H&M
3.) Bracelets- Oxfam
4.) Boots- Deichmann
Why be a person when you can be a unicorn?
Its so common to ask How are you? How is your life going? Let me ask you something different. Did you smile today? If not do it now, if yes, do it again.
Doing my Zumba moves! #TurnUpTheMusic #PutYourHandsUpInTheAir
Zumba is so much fun. I love dancing. Do you love doing Zumba?
Posing like a super model.
This generation is all about vibes and creativity. I feel like we'll be stamped in history as a huge influence in fashion, art and history.
Never fear to dress differently. Never fear to use fashion as a real art. Fashion is art. Have fun with the clothes you wear.
Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Windy and chilly here but the sun is shining so no complaints.
Keep shining and smiling my friends.
Have a great midweek. :)
What I Wore:
1.) Jacket- River Island (Fashion is taking a backseat to warmth #itscold #overwinter)
2.) Dress - River Island (Wearing my weirdest old dress and I still like it. This unusual dress has attracted a few comments from my collegues. #EmbraceYourWeirdness)
3.) Cardigan- Warehouse
4.) Inner Lambswool Top- Marks & Spencer
5.) Leggings- TK Maxx
6.) Necklace- Miss Selfridge
7.) Boots- New Look
The struggle is real trying to take a picture on a windy day right girls? :)
Hmm I'm not sure what kind of ears these are LOL!
What's up with these ducks, always photobombing.
There's a huge church and a graveyard right behind me & I've just realised.
Take Me To Church... Obsessed with this song by Hozier.
Like a ghost in the wind. :)
Spring has sprung in the graveyard.
Dead men tell no tales.
There is something about sitting in a church graveyard that is oddly relaxing.
Sunday, 22 February 2015
People are like stained glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within. Disregard the poor quality of these photos, I took these photos after I finished shopping at night, I spent too much time in the shopping centre and literally forgot to take outfit photos during the day. Today's outfit of the day pretty much embodies the month of February rainy, cold and dark, the only good thing about this month is the Fashion Week. I didn't go to London Fashion Week this season but I was there last season, it was full of fun, inspirations and fashionable alien vibes LOL! Hope to attend again next season when the weather is a bit warmer and brighter. Now I'm catching up on designers I missed this week on the livestream. Have a great start of the week friends! :)
Are you excited for the start of Milan Fashion Week? What shows are you most looking forward to?
What I Wore:
1.) Blue Rain Jacket- Helly Hansen
2.) Suede Jacket- Rich Birds
3.) Plaid Dress- Next
4.) Boots- Clarks
5.) Bag- Estee Lauder
Thursday, 19 February 2015
Fashion is all about having fun, taking risks, thinking outside the box and rocking what you're wearing with confidence. No type of style is right or wrong its all in the execution and that's what makes fashion beautiful, it only takes your creativity and originality to make it work. So here's my risk for today's outfit of the day, feeling high fashion with an Indian influence. Have a nice day! :)
Are you a fashion risk taker or do you like to play it safe?
What I Wore:
1.) Floral dress wore as a top- Dorothy Perkins
2.) Cardigan- Warehouse
3.) Reversible Indian sari silk wrap skirt- RSPCA Charity Shop
4.) Head Scarf- Age UK Charity Shop
5.) Scarf- Age UK Charity Shop
6.) Heels- Wallis
Monday, 16 February 2015
I love shopping on the high street, at places such as River Island, Topshop, H&M, New Look and TK Maxx. They have amazing deals going on year round and have super cute and colorful fashions. I'm a hardcore bargain shopper and I sometimes can find something unique and worthy at Charity Shops. I usually go in for a browse and not bothered about being seen by anyone because after all I am getting good bargains and helping charities. I don't understand why some people are so ashamed for buying in Charity Shops or Thrift Shops can someone explain?
Life isn't about spending $3000 or more on a designer bag, work with what you got. People are so unappreciative these days, remember someone else is happy with less than what you have, nothing wrong with wanting more out of life, be grateful with what you have until you get what you want.
Today I show you a bargain outfit but looks expensive. Rocking the tough and cool looking tartan jacket and faux leather skirt from the High Street and Charity Shop. Have a nice day! :)
Where is your favorite place to shop for clothing?
What I Wore:
1.) Tartan jacket- Primark
2.) Black tee- Oxfam Charity Shop
3.) Inner plaid shirt- Hollister
4.) Skirt- River Island
5.) Shoes- Clarks
6.) Bag- TK Maxx