Hey guys, It's been a long time! I feel like I've done quite a few of those "updates" since I've had my blog, but as life goes by I do feel like they are necessary. I know I haven't been posting a lot and I am sad about that but I feel like there is always ups and downs with posting schedules and sometimes I feel like taking breaks. I wanted to come on here to fill you in a little bit about what's happened so far. I finished my LLB Bachelor in Law this year and had a lovely summer away but I am now back in London and started a new degree. It's a Legal Practice Course along with a Masters which is promising to be very time consuming...
From Kim Kardashian promoting Yeezy's brand to Balenciaga bringing out their triple S sneakers, comfortable sporty clothes have been very on trend lately. All the better for those of us who used to love spending our days in Juicy Couture jogging back in the day, when it was socially accepted to do so. So here are a few of my favorite comfy pieces: The sweater dress: very yeezy inspired. Kim K has been seen pairing this with perspex heels but it can also be worn with simple trainers or even
Subject that concerns us all. Friends are big part of our lives, they make us laugh, smile, cry and get angry but most importantly they help us grow. Those last few years, the meaning of friendship has been a lot on my mind. Having grown up in the same town and in the same school, I was used to living in a bubble surrounded by friends that had known me since the early ages. Our lives weren't very complicated, it mainly revolved around the same thing for all of us. My school was very international and though all my friends were very different and from different cultures, we all lived in the same bubble, with almost the same background and the same upbringing. This was when I first started to construct my idea of friendship. I later on was to discover that this idea was very biased and way too naive.
One of my favourite style secrets is to mix clashing styles. It is an easy way to make a fashion statement and automatically look like you've made way more effort than you actually have. I love more biker grungy styles and am not so much into super girly, flowery kind of clothes, but once you mix them together it makes the perfect combo. My two key items to make any cute dress have more character are biker boots instead of heels and a leather jacket. Instantly, grungyfied, if that's even a word...You can try that with skirt, sets, anything really. You can also do the same trick with your more formal dresses, that you would usually wear to the club, but you can dress them down with those two items and make your outfit a lot more interesting.