By now you’ll all know that I fall in love with every Disney x Cath Kidston collection, there has been Mickey and Minnie, 101 Dalmatians, Tinker Bell, and now the fairest of them all, Snow White, and it is totally adorable and perfect for autumn, especially the new apple and spot print that you can see on my dress and bag. Like seriously, how cool is this cute look, so good that I literally want to take a bite out of the apple print!!! See what I did there!!! So of course after receiving these gorgeous pieces I had to
I basically wanted to call this blog all hail the £13 Primark button dress, but that seemed a little silly, but you see this is just one of the many colours I bought in this style dress, who can blame me at that price, and I just knew that this light blue beauty would look amazing in this gorgeous Kentish lavender field. What I love about this dress, other than the fab price, has to be the button design, I love the asymmetric wrap style, as well as the buttons themselves, which are a gorgeous tortoiseshell. The only thing I
This lovely never-ending summer has my smiling, but it is also causing a little headache in the wardrobe, as you see I don’t possess enough summer clothes for this heatwave. Hey, I’ve had worst problems I know, and when you can’t justify spending a fortune on pretty dresses as you’re renovating your house, you have to buy a dress that’s versatile, something you can wear more than once but switch it up, so you can still share it on the gram, we all know how important that is. That’s when I discovered this amazing white dress from Tu at Sainsbury’s.
SHOP MY WHITE DRESS EDIT
Wearing stripes, blue and red seems so right when in Paris, well to be honest anywhere – but more cute in Paris, and how amazing that I found all that and more in this cute Joanie jumper – seriously how adorable is the Henrietta Chicken or my Henrietta Poulet as I affectionately called her in a very poor French accent during my stay in the City of Lights. Paris feels so much longer than a month ago, I really should make more of an effort to go more often, especially as it is so easy now I’m based in Kent. Enough
I read somewhere the other day – “be perfect at being imperfect” and it really rang home. My never-ending battle with perfection, basically trying to create a life I think I should have, rather than actually living my life has become exhausting. It used to be that perfectionism was reserved for my work, but it has some how creeped into all aspects of my life, whether that’s with my appearance, how my home looks, or tragically, how my Instagram grid is looking, it is draining and causing more anxiety – so I’ve decided that it is OK that my life is Perfectly, Imperfect.