ThrowBack Thursday

ThrowBack Thursday

ThrowBack Thursday
Realised I wrote this MONTHS ago and forgot to hit 'publish' on it! Original post below. In hindsight, I do regret it getting colder so I can't wear little dresses any more, I slightly miss my big voluminous hair and I definitely need to get the skirt tailored...

Oh hello Carven SS14 you cute little thing. Monochrome, gingham AND floral you...

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Jumpin' Jumpin'

Jumpin' Jumpin'
Check out the moody lighting effects! I'm no pro photographer (the reason I've not posted in a month is that my trusty camera actually fell off the ledge it normally rests on while taking these, rendering it useless) so this is about the best it gets. But it's suitably moody as I'm in the mood for autumn! The mornings are colder (especially on a...

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Crystal Palace Park

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Perhaps slightly unconventional but the seeing the dinosaur sculptures at Crystal Palace Park was on the top of my list of things to do in London. I have visited London before (remember when I had long red hair and was fresh out of college?), so I had seen some of the more traditional sights in...

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4 Perfect Nail Polishes for Back-To-School

Fall 2014 back to school nail polishes

I love nail polish. It’s the easiest way to change up your look and incorporate new trends into your life! Heading back to school is the perfect excuse to get a few new colors and experiment with new shades. Personally, I think neutrals and muted brights are the ideal shades to wear to school, since they aren’t too offensively bright...

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Postcards from London

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I hopped over to London during my Northern Ireland visit and while I carried my camera around with me every day I didn't take that many photographs (well, for me anyway). Even so there were a few things I was very determined to capture: a red double decker bus and a traditional taxi cab. Although I think my favorite shot is the tongue-in-cheek...

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She’s Like July

She’s Like July July swept into the room like she’d been there before. This time, though, she turned and looked at me. With a single glance, I found I’d floated within her general vicinity, with a quickening breath, with each beat of my warm heart, soon we were dancing. As the lights around us flashed, either from cameras or from the electric...

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Orange Creamsicle

Orange Creamsicle
*at the cliffs of Whitepark Bay, Northern Ireland
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On my first visit to Northern Ireland we drove up several times, but barely left our car because of the rain. Then in the spring it was brisk but we walked along the most beautiful beaches and I saw Giant's Causeway for the first time. Now I had a chance to see it in the glory of summer with...

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