This year was my first year attending London Fashion week. When I received my first invitation, I got so excited. Having had a blog for a few years now and being so passionate about fashion, I had wanted to attend fashion week for a few years now. Since it was my first time going to London Fashion week, I was a bit nervous, I didn't know how to prepare or what to expect. Which is why I am writing this post today, to not only share my experience at Fashion Week but also to help others who don't really know how it all goes.
Sheer tops can be a little bit daunting to wear because, well they are sheer...I think depending on how you pair it, it can look very sophisticated. I like pairing them with nice lace bralets underneath. I find that they are more dainty and less vulgar than actual bra. If you're still not comfortable with a bralet, you could also wear it with a small crop top underneath, a lace one also would look amazing.
With Valentine's day around the corner, I'm here to get rid of all your stress with some outfit ideas. Whether you will be with your significant other or with your friend or with just yourself it doesn't matter cause I have you covered. I like to think of Valentine's day as a great occasion to dress cute and romantic and have loads of chocolates. I found different pieces for different occasions depending on what you are doing, fancy dinner all the way to watching a movie on the couch.
Car racing fashion has been inspiring a lot of brands lately. I have seen this trend in every store and on every website and have fallen in love with it. Brands like IAMGIA or Off white have been taking over Instagram with their motocross fashion and I absolutely love how bold and badass it is. But what exactly is "car racing fashion"? Believe it or not, it has a very wide range of styles and there are a lot of signature pieces. The checkered print: This pattern is very symbolic of car racing, it's on the flag, the cars etc...You can find top and bottoms with a checkered print or even a matching hoodie and joggers set which has been very popular.
INSTAGRAM FACETUNE: I like to start in Facetune, I usually use the whiten tool to whiten my background, the walls, the floors (great tool if you want a clean minimalist theme. Whites tends to appear a bit grey on camera therefore whiten your background will give more life to your pictures. I also like the patch tool to remove any rubbish when taking streets shots or unwanted objects. Also great if you're having breakouts! I then like the detail tool for my eyes, hair and clothes. SNAPSEED: I use this app to change my pictures brightness, contrast etc...The selective feature is really good if you want to brighten only part of your picture (ex: you're in a shadow put the sky is bright).