Today’s post is reflection of how a dress can genuinely make a difference to how you feel! It all started with ‘fashionable goosebumps’ I had when I tried it on! It was the beginning of the greatest love story yet untold! 50s style ✔️lots of tulle✔️a flared midi skirt✔️ a gorgeous sweet heart neckline✔️no “style blogger” that I follow has worn this piece✔️ It was a day of many fashion ticks for me! Naturally I was twirling non stop during my shoot, not only because this dress was obviously made
Hey darlings, so recently life has been its usual fascinating self. I have been through the works in the most recent months. Moments of doubt, lots of “wtf”moments and it’s just been down right poo. However the dark clouds have lifted and the rainbow has finally appeared. Without going into too much detail, I failed to follow my instincts on a decision I made and it cost me a few months of unrest. This post is a celebration of overcoming challenges and rising above difficulties by tackling it head on.
The best things in life don’t cost a fortune. Same rules applies to clothes. Your bed dresses shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. I decided to venture outside my usual parameters when I purchased this dress, I have nothing with such bold prints in my wardrobe. When I tried this on, I knew it was a keeper. It compliments my undertone and is completely spot on for summer. Oh did I mention it’s a 100% silk! There is something about a yellow floral dress particularly in the summer that
“Style is not something purchased, it is what you create through items purchased” quote by outofbarbarasbox This Victorian collared neck ballooned sleeved top is exactly one that ticks the important shopping box. Endless styling versatility. I switch up the looks to show how easy it is to get multiple wears out of one piece of clothing whilst earning major style points. 1st look: Uptown girl about town Second look: Corporate chic with a twist Third look: Girl next door with a passion for fashion This look was photographed in the autumn.
Summer how I love you! Whites are right Hearts are light Brighter days with shorter nights Endless colorings within sight Trees are bloomed, gloom forgotten Summer summer what a delight Twilight rays that paint the sky Stars at night shine so bright Priceless days with hope and light Laughter sound so often heard Summer summer with sunset of golden hue. Outfit details Dress: Finery Shoes: Mango Bag: Thrifted Necklace: H&M
I am a sucker for a good classic however with all good classics, there is room to put a modern spin on it. And the same can be said for how I styled this look In 1960s, hippies first came up with the idea of recycling old denim jeans into long denim skirts, by opening the inseams and inserting pieces of triangular denim. Brief history Denim skirts were first introduced in mainstream fashion lines in the 1970s. In 1983, denim miniskirts—with a pencil skirt silhouette—became a popular teenage fashion. They
Celebrating the best way I know how, by putting text to a HTML script along with some visuals. What a year it’s been! With Highs & Lows, Goodbyes to Hellos, lots of Laughter & fewer Tears, sometimes Tears & Laughter simultaneously. Anger & unprecedented Happiness. Friendships & Heartbreaks. Healing on the inside & Transformation, 70% Winning & 30% Loosing, Strutting & Tripping. Finally, Successes & Triumph I want to revisit this post next year, re-evaluating with the intention of measuring my growth. Knowing everything has been done to my best ability,
You know what they say, “If the cap fits, wear it” My saying goes thus, “If you find a hat that you slay so hard in, never stop wearing it” I have a profound love for hats and undoubtedly a boaters hat, is my favourite. Brief History Boater hats were originally designed to be worn by men it became popular as a formal summer hat in the latter part of the 19th century. It ended up being widely adopted as a semi-formal hat with school uniforms and also as an unofficial part of
Hey everyone, today’s blog is a collaboration with a brand called Madkollection. It is made in Manchester brand however the fabric is used, is Nigerian material popularly known as Ankara. Ankara was originally manufactured by the Dutch for the Indonesian textile market however it ganared more signicance with the Nigerian market. So production was focused on West Africa. What Madkollection do well, is that they take gorgeous ankara fabric with gorgeous prints and turn it into pieces that anyone and everyone can wear. This peplum top I am wearing is