Winter came like a boom for me. The cold was all too sudden. I didn’t really get to experience much of the autumn season, probably because I was in a hot country steaming away.
Coming back to England, the weather was like the shock your nerves feels when stimulating into an intense not pleasureful sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia (aka brain freeze), but I wasn’t sucking on ice; I was surrounded by it.
Yes, it has been cold, but the days I really felt my beloved winter season were the days it snowed. I was so happy that I ran in it, jumped in it, licked it, built in it, heck, did whatever had to be done to enjoy the full pleasure of the wonder, SNOW! What did I wear on one these faithful days, you might ask?
I woke up on a faithful day, got ready and was about to set out to get on with my day. I didn't really pay much attention to what was going on outside. I opened my door and there was snow everywhere. Did I go back inside to get changed? Nope, I though a shoot of this beauty would be best.
Jacket - Old item | Jumper - Old item | Jeans - Newlook | Boots - Ebay | Bag - Newlook
It's October, and this month has been made Breast Cancer awareness month. It is also black history month here in the UK even though it's barely celebrated, and not really made aware to others. I'm going to stop here before I get too deep into that topic as that's not what today's post is about. Today I'm joining other bloggers in the blogging community to raise awareness about breast cancer.
For this post I've worn a pink themed outfit, of course I've also put the weather and season into consideration; therefore bright neon pink is out of the question. Summer is over! And I'm not really a bright neon pink kinda gal. So I decided to make this post my own, by changing the colours up a bit. For this outfit I've gone with a dusty pink and burgundy.
Hey beauts, I'm back again. I've been away for the longest. I have literarily had a lot going on. Too much actually and I couldn't joggle blogging with everything else. I however must say that I have missed it dearly. Thank you for all those who messaged me, to ask what was going on and encourage me. God bless you all.
So I'm back and I'm better. Today I'm sharing with you my boss lady outfit.
It's autumn and this season it's all about suits; my favourite trend of A/W 17. You guys are going to be seeing a lot of suits on here. From day to night suit outfits, and casual to smart.
So lets get into this outfit shall we?
Sorry guys. This post is coming supper late for many reasons. Been so busy, and trying to get my act together lol. Anyways without further ado, let get into today's outfit. Summer, sadly, is coming to an end. Autumn is just around the corner. If you live in England then you'd see that summer is already long gone, because it's been nothing but rain, I haven't seen a sunny day in weeks. I bid the summer days goodbye with this transition into autumn (fall) outfit.
The weather has been funny lately. Just a couple of weekends ago, it was the hots it's ever been in England in 41 years. Now, the weather is back to the normal British, higgy-hagga weather. Sun one minute, cold the next. That's why I'm always prepare. Honestly, I literarily carry a light weight jacket or a scarf with me wherever I go, even in this "summer" weather. In England you just never know. I can't say I hate, cause I don't. I kinda like the unpredictability of the blessed climate.
Jumping to the outfit now. Today's outfit of the week is a navy inspired look. Next to the Italian inspired frills and florals, Strips are the next trending this summer. Strips came in like a flood last year and are still over flowing in stores, and I don't think the tide is going down anytime soon.
The sun was beaming HOT over the weekend. My Gawd! I loved and hated it. It was sunny and beautiful, but the heat was intense and at a point just burning. I felt uncomfortable and a little dizzy at times from dehydration, although I was consistently drinking water. The sun was soaking the water right out of me.