I’m far from sad, don’t be fooled by my post title. As a blogger, one of the many things you struggle with are blog titles. I debated many titles before deciding on Summertime Sadness which just happens to be one of my favourite songs by Lana Del Ray. I wore this look two weekends ago when it was warm. I can’t believe how soon we’ve moved to spring, it seems like it was just summer yesterday. It just goes to show, seasons do change and even though it may rain

I went a little crazy this weekend with my beauty purchases and these two essence nail polishes made the list. I don’t usually do the nude look,  I love colour too much, but I also like to try different things. Another new thing I’m trying out is the essence nail polish brand. I must say, I like the width of the brush, it makes the application so much easier and less messy especially for someone who paints their own nails. I also like the fact that it dries relatively quickly

I am so happy to hear that Mr Price will be opening in Australia. I love Mr Price and I think their clothes are trendy and affordable. To me Mr Price is like H&M or Primark. I buy Mr Price clothing because their clothes are stylish and reasonably priced but I wouldn’t shop my entire there simply because I like quality and I also wouldn’t want to walk down the street and have someone dressed exactly like me. Because of Mr Price’s affordability, there is no exclusivity and if you want to stand

It’s technically spring in September but I think it’s safe to say that spring came early this year; it’s been wet and rainy lately. This spring, you’ll be glad to know that a lot of last years’ trends are making a comeback so you don’t have to kill your bank account buying a whole new wardrobe to keep up with the latest trends. Here are nine of last year’s trends that made the cut to this year: 1. Denim on denim – This look has been spotted by the likes

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