Anyway, on to the subject of this weeks post: DIY Unique Fashion! I couldn't decide what to call this post for ages and I think that title sums it up the best. I toyed with DIY Fashion, Personalised Clothes etc. but unique fashion fits better.
This weekend is pretty exciting for me today because.. I'm off on holiday! I've not been on holiday for way over a year, maybe even two, so I can't wait for this break from reality!
So, where am I off to you ask? Edinburgh! Why Edinburgh? Well, if I'm completely honest, I'm on a budget, but also Scotland is absolutely beautiful.
Which leads me to this post. It's summer. It's raining. It's then a heatwave. Then its raining again. So, WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO PACK?!?
So, this week I did a bit of shopping and it occurred to me that I rarely see people looking for clothes in every section of the store, just because they're labelled either for 'men' or 'women'. But those labels never really seemed to both me, until now.
This week I decided to share with you my top 5 favourite fashion posts from the last year and a half. I can't believe I've been blogging every week for that long already!
With May swiftly coming to an end, and the weather changing once again, I thought now would be a good time to show you some of my favourite outfits and pieces from this month.
This week I'm letting you into my tips, tricks and secrets when it comes to shopping and being thrifty.
Recently I found something called 'The Curly Girl Method', and it's said to be the best way to embrace your natural kinks, curls and waves, and apparently makes your hair healthy and teaches you how to properly manage your hair.
This week I'm talking about something I never thought I'd do. As an experiment I decided to get my belly button pierced in order to learn to love my stomach.
We're well into March now and Spring has finally begun! This week I decided to try out creating my first ever style video; and I thought that starting out with 7 ways to style a simple black t-shirt.
We all have our favourite pieces in our wardrobes that stay in our rotations all year round, so I thought I'd show you some outfits that work with some of my staples, for all seasons!