From my high school emo days to my continued the-darkness-lives-within-me style mood, I’ve always strayed from indulging in brighter colours for the fear of being seen or maybe not taken seriously; but whatever the reason be for you not indulging yourself, here are a few ways to venture into the playful way of styling brighterContinue reading “Add Colour into your Wardrobe – 3 Easy Ways”
If someone had asked me what I thought my style would be at this age I would probably say black-on-black, the occasional white shirt, something classy, something elegant and most certainly no bright colours – a red lip would do. But buying into quality pieces and spending on that which you love and all whichContinue reading “Girl in the Pink Blazer”
If you’ve read my previous blog post you’ll know that I’ve recently got my hands on a pair of light wash denims in my search to find 100% cotton jeans in South Africa. The only pair that I had managed to find happened to be your basic mom jeans, which by the way, is notContinue reading “Styling Mom Jeans – 3 Easy Outfits”
Tired of repurchasing skinny jeans that stretch out after just one season? Join me as I search to find 100% cotton denim in South Africa! Zero stretch. Zero repurchase.
Sitting on my old bedroom floor inside the house in which I grew up, with a mess of clothes next to me, all tangled into a large pile sat on top of my suitcase waiting to be given a home, I ask myself this question, Should I put my clothes into my old cupboards filledContinue reading “Moving Back Home and Starting Over”
The end of winter in Cape Town does feel like fall in a lot of ways. Cold winds and rainy days leave us feeling all too moody and in that cozy up feeling of staying in bed longer than we should and drinking copious cups of comforting warm beverages to soothe the winter away. ButContinue reading “Fall Fashion Inspiration – Autumnal Hues and Colour Mood”
For the past few weeks this has been my mantra before going to bed at night. Being in a new city, albeit a city where I grew up, had spurred on some negative feelings, largely due to the anxious nature of settling in to a different place, but more particularly in the field of socialContinue reading “You are not in competition with anyone else”
The feeling of loneliness doesn’t surprise me. It sort of comes with living on your own and moving abroad. It happens. Some days you feel it creep in beneath you and some days you are elated that you’re alone. It’s a mix bag of feelings that you tend to ride as life ebbs and flows,Continue reading “About Feeling Alone in a New Place”
Tired of repurchasing skinny jeans that stretch out after just one season? Join me as I search for 100% cotton denim in South Africa! Zero stretch. Zero repurchase.
For the past two years I’ve been so fortunate to have lived abroad. And in a lot of ways, Seoul feels like my home. I remember having a conversation with an old friend about defining this word ‘home’, both of us being South African and living abroad, and to her, home was not the townContinue reading “Leaving my Home in Seoul”
Okay, so here’s the part where I tell myself “You literally have no style” because these basic pieces are essentially my most worn pieces, if I can get away with it. Blue Jeans – Growing up, I’ve always been into black skinny jeans and I’m sure I will go back to it in a coolerContinue reading “Minimalist Fashion – 5 Wardrobe Staples”
Walking through Yongma Land early on a Sunday morning felt a bit strange. If I’m honest, I had quite a bit of expectations to photograph the space but once I arrived, and even on the walk up through the trees, the dry leaves beneath me, a worn down building whose windows scream out a darknessContinue reading “Exploring Seoul’s Abandoned Amusement Park Yongma Land”