Monday, 13 October 2014

Autumn Obsession

Hello, lovely people!
Now that we're well set into autumn, I'm really starting to love the dark and warm hues that brings with it. Especially in fashion.I usually like a modern take on fashion, with simple and crisp lines, basic colors -black&white, red-very businessy I suppose.But this time around I'm all about warm and earthy tones, and more of a laid back kind of style. You'll see what I mean in the following photos. 
In case you're wondering, I used Polyvore for these collages, which is a site I recently started reusing it and it's definitely growing on me (P.S. Not sponsored).

Outfit #1

Autumn outfit #2

J Crew slim vest

Dune brown buckle boots

Deepa Gurnani crystal statement necklace

Outfit #2

Autumn outfit #3

Ruffle hem dress

Jil Sander blazer

Dune riding boots
$205 -

Sole Society messenger bag

Seasalt beanie hat
$32 -

Outfit #3

Autumn outfit #6

Valentino floral sweater

Barbour red tweed jacket
$205 -

Oui stretch skinny jeans
$150 -

Dune zipper boots
$205 -

Sunday, 5 October 2014

OOTD: An Interview

So just some time ago I went to an interview. It wasn't for a job, but for a course I really wanted to take.
It is one of the most important things I have done in my life and I'm really glad I was chosen as one of the trainees. I had received in the mail a document with the dress code and I had seen in photos of previous interviews that all the girls were #1: a bit older than I am; and #2: dressed quite dull. 
They all looked like they had a uniform on, with a black/navy skirt and white shirt. 
I'm only 19 so I really didn't think it was appropriate for me to dress like that. I wanted colors and prints. So while my goal was to stand out from the rest, I also made sure I stuck to the given rules.

This is where the interview took place:

Here's my look:

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Inspirational Quote: Happiness

I've decided that every once in a while I'll post a quote to inspire and motivate you. I especially chose this to be the first one because I think that so many(if not all) of us want to be happy and so many think that happiness lays in material things. But I believe that the moment you start being grateful for what you have, you'll feel a tangly feeling in your stomach and realize you're hapy and those positive thoughts will attract even more good things in your life!
So don't forget to say an honest "Thank you!" at the end of each day :)
Have a great week!