Monday, 18 January 2016

THE JANUARY BLUES.

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I bet from reading the title of this post, you assumed it would be a giant moan about being down recently but no. Instead, I'm just going to tell you I'm happier than ever at the moment and determined to make my future amazing, waking up each morning and grasping life by the handlebars to enjoy the ride, no matter what is thrown my way. As the pinterest quotes say; don't let your fear decide your fate. 


copper-garden-outfit-post-fashion-blogger

I bet from reading the title of this post, you assumed it would be a giant moan about being down recently but no. Instead, I'm just going to tell you I'm happier than ever at the moment and determined to make my future amazing, waking up each morning and grasping life by the handlebars to enjoy the ride, no matter what is thrown my way. As the pinterest quotes say; don't let your fear decide your fate. 

The January blues seem to have hit everyone with the long stretch between pay days and 'back to normal' routine since Christmas, meaning most of us are feeling down and uninspired. If you're a little under the weather, pick yourself up and remember that its a new year and a new chance to become the best version of you. I'm trying to be pro-active and take on every task that life throws my way with full enthusiasm! 

- WHAT IM WEARING -

When it comes to suede, I'm all for continuing the trend for as long as possible. Its been around for quite a while, but it doesn't seem to be going anywhere. I've been slowly growing my suede collection and this skirt is one of my favourites. Styling it up with a shirt and double breasted coat makes for the ultimate office-evening get up. Also fully enjoying the fringe heels which brought the outfit to a seventies kind of level.

PS - still totally over the moon about being featured on ASOS' instagram last night, things like this never ever happen to little ol' me! 

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