I feel like I will be saying this every month but this holiday season has truly been one of the most eventful times of my life, full of celebration, new experiences, and anticipation of knowing what is to come. After New Years, my first in London was spectacular, I was off to Berlin for a quick, and icy, getaway with my boyfriend. It was my first time in the city and there will be a post up on it very soon, as well as what I wore in the coldest weather of my life. Then, it felt like I was in London for just a minute before I flew off again to Spain, which is where I write from now. I am here for some much-needed family time and a little late Christmas celebrations; there will surely be an Insty spam coming. All this while also trying to keep up with the London fashion buzz around Menswear Fashion Week, again there will be a post very shorty on this.
January can often be a blur of coming out of the holidays and back into reality; I know it has been for me. However, it is also a time for new beginnings and setting new focus. Here is photo look about what I’ve been wearing on the go around London, all for very reasonable prices, because whose bank account isn’t hurting right about now.
Christmas is only a few days away and London is the most crazy and wonderful place. There are lights and people everywhere, hustling for last minute presents and to make brunch dates. While I have been supper busy, I have had some of my best weeks in the city this December, and can't wait for the festivities to get even better through Christmas day to New Years. I have been noticing and ton of faux fur coats walking the streets of London and the trend is working for the posh to the urban. With pinks to greens a fluffy or fuzzy coat is a statement piece to get for the season. (Details for my head to toe look are bellow)
Photographs by the wonderful Marcelle Adrianna
I’ve been waiting a long time to write a post about my flat. The process from finding a place to actually being fully decorated, which I am still not done, is a long one. Not that it hasn’t been exciting and made me act like a grown up, even though I don’t quite feel like one yet, it takes a lot of time. The reason I haven’t written about my flat yet was that I was waiting until it was completely done, but I have now realized that might never happen. Never being done is not meant negatively. I have learned that you can’t force a home. You can place the furniture you need but it takes time to collect all the nick-knacks and photographs to make it feel like you.
Therefore there is no better time for me to begin to write about my experience with my flat than now; when there is enough done for me to write about but still more to come.
Fall leaves are the perfect back drop for cozy outfits and beauty shots. I had the opportunity to go around Regent Park with a local photographer early one autumn morning to capture these shots.
“I knew I had gained the full “London Look” when I found myself with a half shaven head by the iconic London styling of Toni&Guy, with Label M."
This week has been absolutely crazy, with starting to work full time, finishing setting up the flat (the blog story coming soon), and still trying to experience London. So my outfit taking has been a bit weak. I think this is the first week since being here that I start to feel that I can make a routine, so I will have much more time to come up with outfits and post them. Here is just a quick few to keep the on going post, well, going.