But I warned you guys about the pleated skirts didn’t I? This is the way my school makes me look. A bit more responsible than normal and although that’s kind of not so bad i honestly don’t feel my best in a skirt except its done my way. You know mixing it with
Honestly guys, i didn’t intend to blog tonight. I have a pile of untouched books to deal with but somehow someway, i found myself on tumblr (Please don’t judge me) and came across a quote by Rupi Kaur and of course the CIA in me just had to dig for more of her works I
I know, I know! You probably came here expecting to see “three different ways” and not to be assaulted by four pictures of me in the same outfit right? Forgive me, I feel like a crook right now but I couldn’t shoot all three outfits in a day. Heck, finding someone to help me
I’ve loved Oroma Elewa long time, right from when i stumbled upon her blog Oroma’s Therapy sometime last year. Then it wasn’t even for her style because i didn’t get to see much of that on her blog. I fell in love first with the way her mind works (from reading some of her musings)
You know the thing about love? It hits you when you least expect, and all of a sudden you can feel yourself drifting. No.. It’s more like floating and you keep wondering when you even got off the ground. The irony here is what I love most about love is also the very thing I
“If you own something this special, you need to wear it….all the time – Yasmin Sewell” Heyyoooo!! (That’s what I’m saying in that last picture. lol!) I guess from the post title you already figured i was bringing this dungarees back in your faces! I’m sorry but i just had to re-rock it.