London is like a botanical garden in the open air😍 When I came here in May 2016 for the first time in my life I saw an abundance of trees, flowers and plants blooming right in the doorway of someone’s home🌺 In Moscow I would have to go to a park to find such beauty! For me it was something really unexpected and unusual😌 Ever since spring has been my favorite season to walk around London. It’s just son incredible to find camellias, magnolia, cherry or mimosa blossoming just around the corner in my very own neighborhood. I really love it🌸💞 Лондон похож на ботанический сад под открытым небом. Приехав сюда в мае 2016 года, я впервые в моей жизни увидела так много разных деревьев и кустов, цветущих в очаровательных частных садах при входе в чей-нибудь дом🏡 В Москве ведь такого не встретишь, чтобы застать цветение в родном городе, нужно отправиться на прогулку в парк. Так что увиденное здесь стало для меня чем-то совершенно неожиданным и необычным🌸 С того времени весна - мой любимый сезон для прогулок в Лондоне! Ведь это так здорово находить камелии, магнолию, вишню или мимозу, просто свернув за угол собственного дома😍
Desperately longing for spring and will most likely be talking about this for the foreseeable future 🤷🏻♀️ But can you blame me when there’s so much spring goodness on the high street right now?! Dress and bag are both @primark and in my most recent haul video on my YouTube channel!
Feelin’ blue ☔️ Did you know you can instantly shop my looks by following me on the @liketoknow .it app #liketkit http://liketk.it/2v5DM
Doing my best to share spring content with you but mostly still wearing knitwear on a near daily basis, simply swapping dark colours for lighter ones!
You can get the product details for this look and others by following me on the @liketoknow .it app #liketkit http://liketk.it/2v5De
Happy Friday!! 🎉🍰💕✨ Currently spending mine on a sweaty tube with an armpit in my face so here I am living my best life with cake and sandwiches and tea and all of the pink interior design goals that you could dream of 🦄🙌🏼💘
I N T R O D U C T I O N
Location: London, UK
Education: GCSE (completed)
My interest in fashion and style didn’t develop until I was about 20. From what I can tell about people who are passionate about fashion, their interest began in their early to mid teens and if that’s true then I’m definitely the odd one out. That’s not to say that I didn’t care about what I wore growing up but my wardrobe has always been very basic - there were never any pieces that stood out. I lived in skinny jeans and a t-shirt, to spice it up I would wear a long wooly cardigan and sneakers - now someone would call that an outfit and it definitely is to some but to me it feels like a box I have put myself in and I’m afraid to step out of it. I guess you could say, it has become my uniform and frankly, I’m done with it. I have some really great pieces in my wardrobe that I’m terrified to wear because they’re not right for every day wear (long tea dress) or they’re too out there (dusty pink furry coat) or they look huge on my tiny frame (aubergine colored jumper that my mum knitted for me.) I want to wear these things on week days and not just when going out or staying in. I decided to try and be more adventurous with my clothes and try bold combinations that I wouldn’t have tried before. I’ll start small because this is way out of my comfort zone but that’s where it all begins: When you cross the line you drew in the sand and convinced yourself you couldn’t wear the dress that looks like a sack on you because you’re smaller than small.
Prepare yourselves for the adventures and inevitable misadventures into the world of fashion with a tiny (5’2) young woman whose hair is dull and limb 99% of the time and who can’t do makeup to save her life. Come along, it’ll be fun. Or a complete disaster.