What is success? What defines it? A 'good' job, having money in the bank, being in a relationship, a big group of friends, a crazy social life, abs, a wardrobe full of designer clothes, 20,000 Instagram followers? Success and feeling inadequate has always been something that I've struggled with throughout my life, forever moving the … Continue reading Success, failure and why we all feel like we should be doing more
For a while I've been wanting to reconnect with the blogging world and find my place again. When I started blogging, back when I was a little 13 year old, I felt like I knew where I belonged because the community was so small and I was so engaged with the wonderful world that blogs … Continue reading Trying to find my place in the influencer world
Whether you decided to not go to university (like me) or you have a degree, the reality in most industries, especially fashion, is that you are going to start your career as an intern. Before I became an intern, that word filled me with dread because in the last few years internships have rightly been … Continue reading Interning: how to get more out of it than just making tea or photocopying
5:15am Yes. You are reading that time right. I wake up for college at that horrible, horrible hour. I'm much better at waking up early than staying up late. Saying that though it isn't easy to get up when the rest of your family are still asleep, therefore I like to turn on as many … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Fashion Student
See you later education, and as much as I wish I could say it's been a blast, I would be lying because I've never been so happy to see the back of you. Once again, I'm maybe slightly over dramatising the situation, because education has made up the majority of my life, I don't remember … Continue reading See You Later Education
Okay, I love clothes, a lot. But the thing with clothes is that they don't last forever, unlike memories. So as much as I do love them, I've always much preferred to spend my money on experiences, especially with summer around the corner it's now the perfect time to start planning experiences to share with … Continue reading It’s all about the experiences, not things
In the fashion world the white shirt is somehow seen as something easy to chuck on and a way to look effortlessly chic or something, but if I'm honest I've found it not the easiest to style and have never found my self reaching for it, let alone 'chucking it on'. I'm not sure if … Continue reading 1 Shirt. 3 Ways.
Before I start, this post will have probably been sat unpublished for a while. I have a fear of admitting or talking about myself and what I'm about to publish, because although for years I've shared myself online, I'm a very private person. I'm cripplingly embarrassed (if that's even a thing) of the 'real' me. I … Continue reading Why I’m no longer scared to admit I am a Catfish.
Firstly, I hope my readers have had the best Christmas! I apologise for my absence (it's been 2 whole weeks infact) but this Christmas break I've been quite ill twice, trying to get college work done, as well as have a break and see friends and family, which has left no time to really do … Continue reading 19 Things I’ve Learnt In 19 Years…
Okay so technically none of us 'need' an unnecessary amount of knitwear this Autumn/ Winter, but as I write this it's cold, so cosy knit is on the mind and I've decided to put together my top 5 favourite pieces of knitwear that's out there at the moment. The Frilly One Topshop £34 The other week I … Continue reading Knitwear You Need Right Now…