Let me set the scene: I'd just posted a photo to my Instagram, I'd edited it on 3 different apps, came up with a pretty average caption with an emoji or two thrown in, posted and then sat watching my Instagram 'likes' appear on my notifications every 5 minutes until I went to bed. Then … Continue reading Learning to not give a sh*t about Instagram
With my blogging hiatus came the lose of blog post inspiration and, as much as there is nothing wrong with hauls and posts that are made up of outfit photos, I love to write and for me there’s just no substance in that. So, a few weeks of thought and a purchase of a feminism … Continue reading Should feminism have ever become a ‘trend’?
Before I start, could we please all take a minute to look at the title and then look at the photos... If you look right into the horizon you can see a tiny little bit of blue sky right? This post was planned to be shot at Glastonbury, when the weather was ridiculous degrees for … Continue reading *English* Summer Days
If you don't follow me on Instagram (even though you really should) you would not have known that a while back now I dyed my hair pink and though I started writing a blog post at the time I did it, I never published it. As soon as I posted my selfie on Instagram in … Continue reading Dying my Hair Pink
Although, it's been about a year since I first opened She Wear Stripes and published my first post, but I can't claim that I've actually been blogging for a year due to my recent step away from blogging. One reason for my disappearance from blogging was the fact that I was finishing my course and … Continue reading 1 Year of She Wears Stripes- Starting Again (Again)
Like everyone else, my initial thoughts on 2016 were that it was shit for the world and also personally too. But I mean, behind all that shit, amazing things have happened to me. Although we are now very much into 2017, I still wanted to put this post up to look back on in the future … Continue reading Dreams & Ambitions for 2017
Before I start, this post will have probably been sat unpublished for a while.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.