Sunshine Yellow

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Yesterday was the hottest day of the year so far! I was absolutely boiling, and little could be done to ease my discomfort. The only thing I could do was stay hydrated. Its such a pity that although when I would get hold of cold water it would turn warm within a few minutes. 

Despite the weather bothering me, I actually had a lovely day. I spent it with my friend jannine, we shot our outfits then headed of to a NastyGal event hosted at WAH nails in Soho. I really liked the NastyGal collection and would definitely love to own some of the pieces. 

We then went on to get our nails done, which was very well needed in my case. I usually paint my own nails or at least I try but they obviously don't come out that great. They always seems to look as though they are turning out well until I have to do my right hand, so I think in my case it is best to leave it to the professionals.

Anyways, enough of my ranting, I hope you like my outfit pictures, My sandals have now gone on sale, I am a bit annoyed because I only got them last week but I guess it's good news if any of you guys like it. Let me know you thoughts!

p.s : Everything is linked below :)

Blush Pink Dress

I feel summer is definitely bringing out my feminine side a lot more. If you haven't noticed I've even started wearing earrings! (my mum would be proud haha). This look had me feeling like cinderella in my glass sandals from WindsorSmith. I hope you like it just as much as I do.

Orange Jumpsuit

I often find that I am too hard on myself sometimes and it is definitely a downfall of mine. I find myself being over-critical about the work I create and this consequently leads me to feel as though it isn't good enough. So even after investing a lot of time to create the content many go unpublished. This bad habit of mine needs to stop. This is one of the main reasons I haven't managed to be consistent but the best way to tackle an problem is to identify the issue so you can solve it.

I think this mindset forms from comparing your work or yourself to others. The only person you should be competing with is yourself. Instead of comparing your work to other peoples why not compare your work to that of yours from a few months or a year ago? That way you many actually realise you are actually being harsh on yourself and start to appreciate your progress, relax and enjoy your journey and continue to watch yourself blossom. 

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