Who saw my Instagram video making fun of myself and fashion bloggers? I was not meant to take any photos this day but I saw the very British phone box and thought it would make a good background. Anyone who is a blogger, thinking of starting to blog or is just a little bit vain then you can relate to the video. Blogging is a lifestyle as you always will think about taking a photo and documenting everything, which is annoying for your friends, family and boyfriend. When you read a post there is so much work behind it, I really do not know how I fit it all in.
I wore these Christian Louboutin Roller Boy loafers at Paris fashion week last year and have not worn them since as they are a killer. Did you see my second video, me walking with my heels out of my shoes? This is the reason why I refuse to buy shoes that hurt me and starting to think the only shoe out there right for me are Valentino Rockstuds.
I wanted to bring attention to how often I wear T-shirts off the shoulder, it is kind of my thing. It all began around my uni time when I had very skinny legs and arms but a pop belly! My trick was to wear very tight jeans or leggins with a baggy T-shirt which I used to wear off the shoulder. I wore the shirt off the shoulder to make the look a bit less casual/boyish and more sexy, the main reason was it hid my pop belly and showed off my skinny bits. So from a far I was like a skinny girl all over but actually it was an illusion. Now the off the shoulder thing has stuck with me and although my trick no longer works because I no longer have the legs I possessed at uni, it still makes me feel more feminine when wearing a boyish look.
Some advice I have for everyday wear is to invest in good quality T-shirts, not only do they look better on they also last years as opposed to a few washes. I recommend James Perse, Vince, Helmut Lang, Acne and for high street Victoria Secret or the more expensive range at Zara.
Christian Louboutin Roller Girl loathers,
Givenchy Antigona bag.