The spotty dress phenomenon is far from over. Come spring/summer time, you’ve probably seen a plethora of dresses with spots flooding your social media feeds. And I’m not even sorry I did jump on the bandwagon, with no regrets.
Art looks different to everyone, doesn’t it? There’s no right or wrong when it comes to art, no this way or that way. With my ‘Face Jewels’ series here on my blog I’m exploring what my version of wearable art is, and letting the inner unicorn in me run wild and free…
Art “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.”
Okay okay, so I know you’re probably sick of seeing tie-dye this and tie-dye that here there and everywhere but when I saw these Weekday cycling shorts on ASOS I couldn’t resist. Before this there wasn’t a single tie-dye item that had ever graced my wardrobe (since my childhood days anyway) and now there are at least a few.
When it comes to piercing of the ears, my motto has always been something along the lines of ‘more is more’. Multiple ear piercings make a strong statement, and are way less of a commitment than getting inked. ‘The curated ear’ is a trend that sees numerous ear piercings in unusual and delicate places, and has become the accessory du jour – all the bling that you used to stack elsewhere has slowly made its way up to the earlobes and I’m all the way here for it.
We’ve seen the satin slip skirt time and time again, it’s nothing new or revolutionary. For me what I’m trying to figure out is new ways to style and wear this versatile piece, so that it doesn’t look like I’m repeating the same outfit over and over again. With different seasons this is something that’s pretty easy to do, here’s how I’m styling the satin slip skirt for summer.
There are countless reasons why people love to travel, and they all vary from person to person. From challenging yourself and your perspective, to having an adventure and learning about the world, to getting in touch with yourself and appreciating life, to just escaping and relaxing…
Travel exposes us to new countries and cultures, and different ways of life. It changes how we see the world, but it can also be incredibly stressful. Here are some of my tips and tricks to make sure all your overseas adventures go smoothly.