A few weeks ago I wrote about how to build a minimalist wardrobe and since then I have been trying to put my own advice into practice. While I don't (yet) have the budget to invest in pieces that will last forever I am trying to get into buying pieces which I can mix and … Continue reading Fashion: Taking the minimalist trend into summer
I have been living in jeans for far too long and its time for a change. My black skinny jeans are just so easy to throw on and go with everything in my wardrobe , but I have become to reliant on them and I need to break the cycle. I don't think I'm alone! … Continue reading Fashion: What to wear instead of jeans
Transitioning from being a full time student to professional can be difficult. One of the main challenges is building a work wardrobe. On a student budget buying work wear can be a challenge but it doesn't have to be!
During my time in France I have noticed how effortless the french style is, they don't overdo it but achieve an enviable look. Fashion here is appreciated, in Toulouse, as with many french towns, all the cafes have outdoor seating which is arranged to allow for some serious people watching. Sitting in a cafe or … Continue reading Fashion : How to dress like the french – weekend style edition
Before my Erasmus started my college gave us some "advice". One of the main things they told us was to leave the heels at home because in France we wouldn't need them. Now if you're in college in Ireland this makes France sound like a foreign world, on a night out in at home everyone is … Continue reading Fashion : How to dress like the French – Friday Night Edition
When I graduated in October this year my parents wanted to give me a present to celebrate the occasion and congratulate me on finally finishing four long years of college. My dad suggested a coat, an investment piece that I would have for years to come. After some searching I choose a long camel coat … Continue reading Fashion : How to style a camel coat