The only thing I don’t like about fall is that there’re no flowers (there are mums but that’s kinda it). So I thought I’d share a photography series from this past spring which features hand drawn (then Photoshoped) drawings and chopped up images of plants. It’s inspired by the idea of taking 5 deep breaths to relax yourself and reflect.
These are some photos that sum up my favorite things from this spring. Henna! I don’t know whats up with my school, someone is always fundraising by giving people henna or by having a bake sale! I’m not complaining though! I’ve gotten into watercolour painting these past few months. I paint an excessive amount of sunsets and flowers. I’ve also loved drinking water with fruit. My favourite combos are lime + cucumber and lemon + raspberries. I also saw The Fault in Our Stars it inspired me and my friend to take this cheesy infinity photo. The movie made me sob! I was still crying when the lights came back on in the theater. Other than that event, it’s been a good spring!
I’ve been a fan of Selena Gomez since she was on Wizards of Waverly Place. I’ve always admired her style, even then. I think her casual street style always looks super cute but It must be hard to be photographed constantly! I like how comfortable and bohemian her outfits look. The key elements of these outfits are a white bag, sunglasses, and headbands. I will definitely be taking inspiration from these outfits for spring!
In honor of the first week of spring here is my spring shopping list.
1. Forever 21 Lace Maxi Skirt
2. Keds Bow Stripe
3. ASOS Jelly Sandles For those not frequenting Tumblr you might think these are the shoes you wore as a 5 year old, well they still are except they’re trendy now.
4. Brandy Melville Dress
5. American Apparel Floral Skrit
6. ASOS Satchel I love the bright colour and sophisticated look of this bag.
Stay tuned for some more posts about food!
I bought this over priced cropped denim top from American Apparel a few years back. For the longest time I couldn’t figure out a way to wear it. Recently however I’ve found a few ways that work and make the top worth the money. These work especially well in the spring and summer months.
One way is to layer it under a looser fitting top to create the illusion of a collar. It definitely has a more preppy and sophisticated vibe to it.
Another way is to tie it at the front and wear it as a top with a patterned high-wasted skirt. It gives the top some shape and makes it more unique. My favourite way is wearing it as a denim vest over dresses to give a girly dress some edgier contrast.
Denim Top- American Apparel
Skirt- Brandy Melville
Dress- Brandy Melville