Tuesday, 9 January 2018


Hey guys, it's been a minute (I swear I start every post like this..) but I hope to post a lot more from now on. Whenever I write a post, it is not because I need to or I want to impress someone, it's purely for my own de-stress purposes and it's at times a luxury to be able to sit down and spend an hour typing up a post. 

I have been keeping a diary for many years now. I have about 5 notepads all in various sizes and thickness, so it's not a new concept for me - it's somewhat a necessity to put my thoughts out on paper. My blog posts, too reflect my inner thoughts, concerns and beliefs. I don't look at it as a form of showing off. I'm happy to see so many great chics I follow on Instagram not just and only posting about their outfits and trying to sell me stuff via blog posts anymore. It's all changing and it's for the best!

I have been reading posts by Sophie Milner, Karina Woodburn, Chloe Plumstead to mention a few and seeing how creative it can get is truly inspiring!! Reading actual stories, advice articles and occasional kick in the ass posts is a great way to learn something useful, connect and make your brain cells work on those lazy Sunday afternoons. 

"I think I fall in love a little bit with anyone who shows me their soul. This world is so guarded and fearful. I appreciate rawness so much." /Emery Allen/

Don't get me wrong, it's still super important to share beautiful looks and style inspirations, that's why we all fell in love with blogging in the first place! But let's not forget the content and our voice. Let's not focus purely on the fashion looks and forget about what we have to say. 

In 2018 I am hoping to share a lot more of my own voice. If not now then when! 

Sunday, 12 November 2017


Being happy, is it a full-stop destination in life or is it just a temporary feeling?
I’ve been asking the same question to myself lately, not really knowing wether people can ever be truly happy nowadays. It seems we all dream to be happy but what does it truly mean to you?

Sunday, 5 November 2017


oh how frightening it might be to end a relationship, travel on your own or move out from your parents house and realise I'M ALONE.
Not lonely, though. We are more connected now than ever before and can't go on one day without getting a notification on your phone from your bestie sending you a funny meme; and family, no matter how far, are one phone call away. So no, we are definitely never lonely.