Monday, 9 April 2018

Parsons x Teen Vogue: Fashion Industry Essentials

In that awkward time period between Christmas and New Years Eve, I felt as dead and demotivated as ever. I decided it was about time that I enrolled in the Parsons x Teen Vogue: Fashion Industry Essentials. I really needed a push in the right direction and I hoped that this course could pull me out of my creative slump. I’ve always dreamt about working at Teen Vogue and while that is gonna have to remain a dream for now, I can still gain information from Teen Vogue employees while being taught by a handful of industry experts from both Parsons School of Design and Teen Vogue including names such as Rebecca Minkoff, Muriel Favaro, Brandon Maxwell, let alone Phillip Picardi and Elaine Welteroth which were the two names I was the most excited about from the course.

The course was a lot more time consuming than I first anticipated which is ultimately a good thing.  It meant that I actually had to sit down and really concentrate on the different assignments as opposed to just skipping ahead in the course. The best part about the course is that the final assignment is to hand in a portfolio. For me personally, I’ve had a very hard time figuring out how to make a portfolio and what potential employers want to see in a portfolio. All of the questions I had regarding portfolios were answered through the on-demand course videos and eventually, I started typing words into the empty Word document I have had open for months.

I submitted my finished portfolio for review four months after registering for the course. I paid $749 for the course which is a little bit expensive, but it is education after all; and again, it’s taught by some of the most respected names in the industry. They do, however, offer a payment solution that allows you to pay over the span of either 3, 6, or 12 months, if paying the full tuition fee at once isn’t an option for you. Also, I would advice you to look out for discount codes. Sometimes, they really offer you a great deal through emails!
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Wednesday, 28 March 2018

My New Adidas Sneakers Are A-OK

Suit: Thrifted | Turtleneck: Monki | Shoes: Adidas Gazelle

When I was in high school, all the cool kids wore sneakers. I wanted to be a cool kid so I happily joined the trend even though sports and physical activity are on the top of my list of things I hate the most in life. So I got myself a pair of Adidas Gazelles and a pair of New Balance 420s and I wore them until each shoe fell apart. Fast forward a couple of years, I began to miss the Adidas Gazelles. I missed the cool, vintage vibe they gave off and the amount of comfort my feet were in whenever I wore them. That’s why I decided to buy the exact same shoe last week and I’m so excited to have them back in my collection!
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Monday, 29 January 2018

Being in Your Early Twenties


Top: H&M Trend | Skirt: Monki | Boots: Doctor Martens

Being in your early twenties is a strange thing. These years might be the most confusing and most complicated years you'll go through. You're in those awkward gap years between childhood and adulthood. I like to think of it as the teenage years of our adulthood. While our actual teenage years are behind us, we're still skating around trying to find our balance and purpose in the world.

I don't have a lot of experience in the adult field as I'm only 22 but I have been around long enough to notice that we're still kids in the eyes of older people. We have lived long enough to qualify as "grown-ups", but we're far from grown up. We're told that this is the time we should be traveling, experiencing, and learning. We're supposed to be falling in love, having our hearts broken, climbing mountains, and spending our paychecks on drinks on friday nights. I don't fit into this perfectly painted picture of a stereotypical millennial. All I do is study. I look at PDF files and books all day and all night. I write essays and papers on my laptop for what seems like an eternity until my eyes fall shut and I collapse in front of the screen. Then I wake up the next day and repeat the process. There is literally nothing youth-like about my life and I feel like I'm missing out BIG TIME. I'm not sure how long this feeling of uncertainty will last, but I will keep you posted.
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Friday, 19 January 2018

3 Things University Has Taught Me So Far

Beret: Etsy | Skirt: 8th Sin Creation skirt | Heels: Sonia Rykiel

It just hit me in like a sack of potatoes; I'm halfway through my bachelors degree. I find this to be bittersweet. I'm stoked that I get to move on with my life, but I'm kinda bummed that life as a student is nearing its end. As one would expect I've not only gained academic knowledge, but I've also grown tremendously as a person and learned a few things about life along the way.

The first thing I learned at university is that adulting f*cking SUCKS, but there's no way around it when you are a student at a university. You need to make a conscious effort to grow up. You are responsible for managing your own time and getting things done before your deadline. You need to eat, sleep and shower without anyone reminding you to do so. You have fewer friends than you had in high school and you don't necessarily get to see them every day. As all your friends are now adults too, they are busy with their own lives.

Speaking of which, what also came to my knowledge, during the past couple of semesters, is that you really have to make an effort to get to know people and to make new friends as an adult. It doesn't matter who you were in high school, at university you get a clean slate. People are there because they want to get an education, not because they want a new group of friends. However, if you really want to make friends, it's not impossible. You just need to find your tribe.

The most valuable lesson I've learned at university so far was during class. Last semester, I attended a course about women and diversity in the US and my professor said something in class that I think I'll always remember. She said, "Your perspective is always interesting to write about." Mad props to her for being the coolest scholar I've ever had. Her classes were so empowering and she would always encourage her students to stay woke. I know that I'll always keep those words in mind. Everyone should have the right to express themselves through writing or any other art form. Our individual perspectives are unique to our personas and is worthy of being expressed.
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Thursday, 4 January 2018

How to Dump a Guy (Without Being a Total Douchebag)

Jacket: H&M | T-shirt: Zara | Skirt: First & I | Boots: Mango

Because my dating life is an absolute disaster, this is a topic I'm getting quite experienced in. I'm really bad at saying no to begin with and I'm way too often caught in situations where I have to reject someone. These things just sorta happens sometimes. So whether your Tinder match didn’t quite live up to your expectations in real life, or you gave out your number in an act of compassion on a drunken night out, it's completely okay to change your mind. Sometimes we're just stuck in awkward situations where we have to tell someone that we’re just not interested. You don’t have to feel guilty about it and the good news are that you don’t have to be a total douchebag about it either. Here are my tips on how you dump someone the correct way…

1. Don’t ghost them. Ghosting is a fairly new term for something that has taken place since the beginning of time. It seems as if ghosting is the easiest way of slowly backing out and avoiding any kind of contact, but it’s awfully rude in my opinion. You’re wasting time on both ends and it can actually be more hurtful than if you were to just confront them. Also, it’s gonna be really awkward if you bump into each other one day and he still doesn’t know what went wrong. Have a proper confrontational conversation with them about your "relationship" and if they don't take no for an answer, then I personally give you permission to ghost them from then on out.

2. Take the blame. As cliché as “it’s not you, it’s me” is, it is in fact a really good, and often pain free, way to acquaint your lack of interest in proceeding in a relationship. Just be like “I’m at a point in life where something like this isn’t going to work for me.” They can still hate your for it, but they can't really blame you for it. Some things are just out of our control and even the people you've dated know that.

3. …But be honest. For future reference, you might want to tell them if they did something you found extremely off-putting. Wouldn’t you want to know if you did something annoying that you might be able to change? Let them know if you’re repelled by a jar of old toenails they keep hidden under their bed or if their unhealthy obsession with Game of Thrones is too much for you to keep up with.

4. Distance yourself. If you're extra nice and it's an option for you, it might be a good idea to NOT keep in touch. In my personal experience, it's better to stay out of the way so everyone can move on without getting distracted. If you go to school with them or work with them then that's kind of a bummer. However, you can always go for the good old unfriending option on Facebook. That should send them a clear signal you're done for real and then they can't slide into your DM's again.

How do you dump someone without being a total douchebag?
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Monday, 1 January 2018

How to Clear Out Your Wardrobe

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Ahhhh, the new year! Time to start fresh and leave the past behind. This is the time of year when everyone strives to become a new and improved version of themselves, but why set resolutions and goals you probs won't stick to anyway? Today, my friends, I suggest to you a resolution that causes immediate and effective results; A BRAND NEW WARDROBE!!! I'm no expert in organization, but I do know a thing or two about starting from scratch when it comes to fashion. I've had so many identity crises by now that I know the process of getting a new wardrobe by heart. Hopefully, these tips can help you on your way...
1. Establish why you need a wardrobe makeover. Perhaps you're inspired by the classic 'new year, new me' makeover as mentioned above, or maybe you gained or lost weight and need to change the size of your clothes, or maybe you're in a witness protection program? Either way, you need to figure out why you want to change your wardrobe so you can use this as a guide in the process and not get lost and sentimental over the things you get rid of. So you don't stray away from the purpose of your wardrobe clear out when you're shopping your new goods.

2. Gather inspiration and take note. Flip through the pages of your favorite fashion magazines, scroll through your favorite fashion blogs, or go to Instagram and Pinterest to find inspiration for what you want your new wardrobe to consist of. Write down what it is that you like and stick to this when you clear out your wardrobe. For some people (myself included), it's easier to have a mood board of what it is that you want in mind.

3. Sort out your current wardrobe. Look at your mood board and compare it to your all of your clothes. Get rid of anything you don't feel comfortable in. If you don't wear it and don't have an occasion to do so, ditch it. If it doesn't flatter your body or if the material doesn't feel great, that's a sign to get rid of it too.

4. Sell and donate your old clothes. The clothes you don't want anymore should be donated to the charity shop, salvation army or thrift shop. Sometimes stores like & Other Stories, H&M and Zara offers to take care of your old clothes (even if it's ripped or stained) for you so they can reuse it for new clothes. If you have something of value you should obviously try to sell it. You can sell your  clothes from high fashion brands on sites like Vestiaire Collective, while you can use Depop and Etsy for vintage clothes.

5. Buy your new clothes. Keep 1. and 2. in mind while shopping for your new wardrobe so you don't get carried away with old shopping habits. Whenever you pick up a new piece, think about at least three ways you can style and combine it with items you already own.

6. Save up for the good stuff. It's better to own one good pair of boots that will last you very long than opting for new items right off the high street. When you invest in quality pieces, you get more wear out of them and you're essentially saving money in the long run.

If you decide to clear out your wardrobe, do let me know how it went!
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Monday, 25 December 2017

Old Flames and Hometown Sweethearts

Top: H&M | Skirt: Monki | Boots: Zara

It's Christmas time which is also means it's the season for old flames and rekindling long-lost romances. Opportunities for second-chance romances arise and now you finally have the chance to talk to that cute boy two grades above you in high school. Now that you're running into old flames around town or at that bar everyone you know from high school will hit up (which is exactly why I'm writing this blog post now), you're probably faced with the question: Should you take advantage of the situation?

For me, coming back to my hometown is always such a strange feeling. It’s like time stands still there. I usually don’t deal with my emotions and I always try to leave agony and misery behind and move forward. This results in a lot of feelings I totally forgot about coming back to the surface.  Everything just hit me like a brick in the face when I ran into an old flame the other day at the bar. I  had my back turned towards him the entire night and I most definitely didn't invite to conversation.  While I tried to convince myself that I didn't want him to approach me, I knew deep down that I was dying to talk to him. Just knowing his presence was in the room made me weak at my knees. When I went to the restroom to look myself in the mirror and make sure I didn't have spinach stuck in my teeth, I saw my 15-year-old self in the reflection. I felt all silly and giggly about the whole situation but when I came back to my senses, I remembered that "friends", with whom we have history with, are not ideal candidates for a holiday fling. There might just be too many emotions at stake when you remember each other from the days of braces, acne and questionable fashion choices. Besides, going home for the holidays is a weird time to start something new. The cosy, Christmassy, romantic vibes in the air of way too familiar settings makes it so much easier to fall into the arms of an old flame. It's all very tempting, but is it ever a good idea to go after something you already consider a closed chapter?

While I'm still trying to convince myself that avoiding communication was the best thing to do, I can't help but think what if...? Would rekindling an old love mean that you have to be prepared for long distance relationships and deep talks about “what went wrong between the two of you all those years ago”? But what if you come back next year, meet in the same spot and then they’re married off to someone else? The good thing is that you will all be leaving town again as soon as the holidays are over, but the history you have together could make things a little more complicated (and more meaningful) than of you were to approach someone completely new. If you are looking for that special someone, maybe this is the right thing to do? If you never try, you'll never know what could happen. What if your past meets your present and it all comes together in a moment of perfect bliss? Sometimes what you’re looking for has always been right under your nose...

Would you ever hit up an old flame?
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Monday, 18 December 2017

The Curse of Being an Only Child

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Late one evening after a few glasses of red wine, one of my close friends asked me how I felt about everyone always asking me questions about being an only child. He asked me if I ever got tired of answering the same questions over and over again and that really made me think a lot. I don't get tired of answering questions, but once in a while you get those really stupid comments that really get on your nerves. "Isn't that, like, really lonely?" or "oh, I would just hate that so much" are the two worst responses you can give me. What do you want me to say to that? Most times I just brush it off and smile, but what I'm really thinking is "Listen, sweetie... It's not like I had much of a choice and because of comments like yours, I'm not so fond of it either." Personally, I think that being an only child sucks and this is why...

The misconceptions & 'The Only Child Syndrome'

When most people find out that you're an only child, they automatically just assume that you're greedy, spoiled and selfish. These assumptions will be used against you in an argument whether they're true or not. You cannot hide and you cannot run from 'the only child syndrome'. The only child syndrome is a label that's always gonna be attached to you so you gotta learn how to toughen up and not care too much about how others perceive you. I don't let other people define me by that. I define myself.

Always feeling like a complete weirdo

From a young age, I've learned to be alone a lot. Although I've learned to appreciate my alone time, I've always felt like a bit of a weird loner. Seeing other kids with their parents and siblings have always made me feel like there's something 'wrong' with me. It made me feel like my life was incomplete or at least just emphasized the idea that there was something missing that SHOULD have been there. It really made me feel like a weirdo and that really, really sucked.

The fear of ending up alone will always haunt you

The worst of everything is probably the fear of dying alone. If I don’t get married or have children later in life, it is a possibility that I might end up entirely alone. When my parents aren’t here anymore, I’m not gonna have any close relatives unless I choose to have children. On the bright side of things, you learn to really appreciate and adore the people that are in your life. My friends and my cousins are like sisters and brothers to me and I keep them very close to my heart.

I hope some of this debunked any misconceptions you've ever had or maybe you could see yourself in what I've written. Let me know your thoughts in the comment section!
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Thursday, 14 December 2017

The Year of the Toxic Call Out Culture

T-shirt: Puppyteeth | Scarf: Vintage | Shoes: Zara

Damn, 2017. If there’s one thing you’ve taught me, it’s that the Internet leaves no room for human mistakes. The amount of call outs and online rage storms that has taken place this year is absolutely insane. Everywhere you look, there's someone being called out about RuPaul knows what. In my opinion, it has gotten to a point where it’s too much. It’s almost as if the point of calling people out has disappeared. There isn’t any connection between the call out culture and its original context anymore. It’s just all a big blur of people calling out people just for the sake of calling something out.

No one strives for change or address the real issues. Instead, we point our fingers at someone and yell "WITCH" or "BURN THEM AT THE STAKE." We gang up on them and put them into these boxes which we rise ourselves above. It makes us feel confident and like social justice warriors. It makes us feel like we’re better than them and that we help defeat all evil in this world. Instead of giving them space to adjust and understand the bigger picture, we brand them as monsters.

This call out culture is so toxic. I wish that everyone would take a step back and rethink what’s important to call out and what isn't. My theory is that this was a reaction to the chaos of 2016. All the deaths, Brexit, the Presidential Election etc. must have had an influence on this mess. I think that people had just had enough. They needed to stand up to the bullsh*t. While speaking up about issues is an amazing and liberating thing to do, we need to know our boundaries. We need to understand that change doesn't come by creating a wall between the 'good' and the 'evil'. I fear that the way this call out culture handle things, might have the exact opposite effect. No one wants to change their perceptions and opinions if we don't show them sympathy and stop making them the enemy. So why not help them become better rather than humiliate, demean and lower them?

What are your opinions on this toxic call out culture?
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Monday, 11 December 2017

Live Your Best Life

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Jacket: TopshopSweater: Archive by Alexa | Dress: Zara | Boots: Mango

For me, 2017 has been the year of self-love. I've really worked my @$$ off to get a different mindset towards life and how I could improve as a person. I came to realize that I have to start from within. You can't help others, if you don't know how to help yourself. I wanted to share the steps, I've been following in attempt to live the best life I possibly could. Bare in mind that I'm only 22 and I'm still a student at university. While my current situation might be different to any of you reading this (and the fact that I still have a lot to learn about life), I believe you these steps will help you get on the right track.

1. Love yourself. This is the key to everything. Look at it this way; if you hate yourself because you have ugly teeth, try to find one tooth that you really like and focus on that. Eventually the other teeth in your mouth won’t matter that much because you have that one damn fine tooth and you’re proud of that one tooth (that's what Bob the drag queen taught me). The most important relationship you have in life is the one you have with yourself so you better start loving yourself. Loving yourself also includes taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Groom yourself, say no to things you don't want to do and be your own best pal.
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2. Know your identity. People who don’t have an identity often tend to become subjects for someone else’s agenda. Figure out who you are and then get to know that person. I think that knowing your identity ties in with not caring about what others think of you and that is such an important step, if you wanna become a much happier self.

3. Enjoy the little things. It's important to enjoy the little things in our everyday lives. When we cherish these little things, we'll eventually see that life ain’t that bad. Appreciate things such as coming home on a Friday afternoon knowing that you have a whole weekend ahead of you. Praise the small gestures you do for yourself such as buying a new issue of your favorite magazine. It can also as be the tiniest things such as sniffing the pages of a brand new book or finding extra money in your pocket. It can be popping a really good pimple (I know... I'm so gross) or the first sip of your first coffee of the day. You become a much happier person and get a more positive attitude towards life.
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4. Buy those shoes. I’m an advocate for treating yourself and spending money on yourself, if you're financially stable. As they say; If there’s something you want in life, go get it! I know that’s probably meant to have a deeper meaning of some sort, but that’s how I interpret it. Life is so short so remember to be gentle with yourself and to treat yourself once in a while.
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5. Dare to dream. Dare to dream and dare to dream big! If you're scared of what others might think about your dreams and aspirations in life, then don't tell them. In my opinion, you should be allowed to dream, realistically or not, and no one should be able to take that away from you. I truly believe that if you don't limit yourself and dare to dream big, you'll achieve great things in life. I've attached a song by Jónsi in which he sings "We should always know that we can do everything. Go do!" It's a brilliant song and even more so when you listen to it with these words in mind.

What are your tips for living your best life? I'd love to know about it in the comment section.


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