"Life is not about finding yourself. It's about creating yourself"
SO DAMN RIGHT. I saw this quote two days ago and thanks to however said this first because it sums up exactly how I felt recently as you may know from my previous post. Back to the business now! Spring is coming in big leaps this year. The weather outside is definitely not indicating winter, the birds keep singing, bushes blossoming, whatever you want. It feels strange to me as it's only been Christmas and here we have now such a surprise spring! However, January sales keep reminding that it's not actually spring yet. Last Saturday I visited Trafford Centre to have a peek at what's on sale, but I was disappointed and only seemed to like stuff that is actually not on sale.. Ah, I've become so picky, haha! I think my fashion taste changed drastically over the last few months as I became generally more interested in fashion and started reading fashion magazines and blogs more often. Also, it may seem strange to think about it now, I am turning 20 this year. Stepping into my 20's doesn't mean that I have to become mature and turn into a boring, always-tired adult (my boyfriend says that apparently I'll always be a kid on the inside, hehe). I just want to make my style more feminine and elegant. I get inspired by different people on Lookbook and fashion bloggers. Sometimes the inspirations confused me and I would say to myself "Hold on... I'm not really being myself when I think that I'd like to dress like this or that person. That's not me. I can't just copy exactly what others wear, that's boring!". It's been said many times before and it will be said on this blog as well: we all try to be different and in reality we all end up the same. So then on I'm following my own 'fashion instinct' and just creat myself the way I want it. ;-)
Boots @ River Island
Top @ Second Hand (Zara)
Skirt @ Chicwish
Bag @ Matalan
Nail Varnish 'Vinateg Blue' @ Avon