July 31, 2016

Interrailing Europe | Tips & Vlog

Hello my lovelies!
So I'm back from 2 weeks of interrailing and I thought i'd share some of the experience with you guys. Throughout the trip I've been making some short clips just because I thought it would be so much better to see the experience in video rather than imagery.

For my interrailing trip I wanted to see as many countries as possible, which to be fair I did push a little bit. We ended up going to France, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland and Germany. Keeping in mind that we did only have 2 weeks, I know, pushing it. We ended up having a single day in one place, this brings me to my first tip.

Tip 1. Plan enough time for each place
As I said, we definitely didn't do this. I'm the type of person that plans A LOT. I did plan most of this trip and I have no idea what made me think that one day in a place would be enough. It wasn't. Don't get me wrong, we did see a lot of things but when you're restricted with time, there's more pressure to keep doing things with absolutely no breaks. Not even sleeping. Okay we did sleep but definitely not enough.


July 04, 2016

Day to Night | T.M.Lewin Style

Hello my lovelies! 
Today I've got two day and two night formal looks for the lady and the man. In the wedding season spirit, I wanted to create some more formal looks for these special occasions. 

I've been working with T.M Lewin and created some looks which made me think of their style. It reminded me of this ultimate power woman who looks fire in formal attire all day every day. Price wise, the clothes are surprisingly cheap considering the fact that I am the bargain queen. Here's a link to their women's section on the website. The shirts for example are around £20-30 which really isn't that much. 

For the lady's day look I have gone for a very stripey look. They always seem to look more on trend. If ever in doubt, stripe it out. The look is formal but also casual as it's quite loose fitted. The shirt is over sized and the culottes give the look freedom of movement while still looking formal with the cut of the garment. Turns out you can dress formal and be comfortable, who would have thought. 
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