Running a fashion blog can often require you to be daring, bold and attention-grabbing. And in a bid to stand out on social media, sometimes the most garish outfits are deliberately chosen to lure in those new followers.
After six months of blogging, I’m keen to rewrite my own fashion rules (thank you InTheFrow!). I want to recreate my own style, and not get lost in the world of accepting every gifted or sponsored outfit that comes my way.
The prospect of redefining my style really excites me, and I hope you enjoy coming on this new journey with me.
You could say that working full-time, studying a masters degree, writing a blog and planning a wedding is too much for one person – but I’d say not!
Believe it or not, when I was younger, I actually had brows that could have given Cara Delevinge a run for her money. However, years of over plucking and pulling at my brows left them thin and uneven.
I’d thought about getting them microbladed for a while, but feared the unnatural tattooed effect. However, after LOTS of research, I decided to book in with Zara at The White House Clinic.
The boots and dress I lived in all Christmas – thank goodness they were both stretchy!
Before I started blogging again, I wrote down three values that were most important to me – self-love, authenticity and creativity. I chose these because in a world of validation (especially online) we can sometimes lose ourselves and forget the reason we started blogging.
When it comes to styling and fashion choices, it sometimes feels like we need to be dripping in designer gear to be classed as ‘attractive’ or ‘aspirational’. And this can cause extreme pressure on young people (and their parents) to spend money they simply don’t have.
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