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Another Beginning

January 15, 2019

This was my Christmas outfit. Traditionally this is what I would have definitely worn on Christmas day but I was on a beach somewhere and no one wants to wear a heavy outfit at such a hot place. Since I was a child, my parents had a tradition of buying us Christmas clothes. So after we closed school, my mum would take us to town and we’d choose not one, but two outfits; one for Christmas Day and one for New Year’s. The tradition still remains. Of course my mum doesn’t hold our hands to go to town to buy an outfit, we can do that on our own now. Hahaha. But yes, Christmas clothes still remain a tradition. I’m not sure for how long it will remain though. I’m 24, turning 25 this year so I guess it will stop any time now and I’m sure by the time it stops, we shall be the ones buying them Christmas clothes. And hopefully also taking them on holidays. God-willing.

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My Style

How do you express yourself?

August 11, 2018

I’ve been thinking a lot about how different people express themselves. We can’t expect everyone to express themselves in a similar way. Some express themselves through words alone, some through music, art, clothes, hairstyles etc. I express myself through clothes. Brighter colours always signify that I’m in a good mood. I wear more stylish clothes when I’m happier. I express myself through makeup. I always do a full face when I’m happy and excited and have the time. Continue Reading…

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Off shoulder shirt dress

July 31, 2018

I was tempted to title this, how to steal your man’s shirt and make it into a dress. I got this shirt in a pile of clothes intended to be given away. I immediately had a light bulb moment…..Why not turn this into a dress? An off shoulder dress to be specific!! I thought it would be a nice little project.  Continue Reading…

Life Musings, My Style

Getting back into my element

May 22, 2018

Hello beautiful readers!

I would say it’s been a minute but that would be quite the understatement.

Life really comes at you fast and I’m slowly coming to realize that if you don’t make time for the things you love and value then parts of you will slowly fade away without you knowing it.

This is my promise to myself that I’ll make time for the things I value. Although I’ve read a theory that once you announce your plans to others, you feel like you’ve achieved them already. So let’s hope that’s not the case.

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