We compliment each other like colours.

Really casual outfit today but I thought I might as well post it as I haven't shared an outfit in quite a while... I seem to be building up a little collection of American Apparel hoodies now, s'pose I wear this crimson one the most though.
I know most people don't exactly see hoodies as "high-fashion" but I think no matter what it's important to feel comfortable in what you wear, especially in this pathetic excuse for an English summer - it's cosy clothes ftw!

I'm off to the hairdressers later on this week. I have something in mind but I'm a little apprehensive how it's gona turn out. I've always been hopeless with making decisions and actually sticking to them, so I'm still unsure if I'm gona go through with it or not, but ah well we shall see mes amis...

x x x


If we build a Utopia will you come and stay?

I was totally psyched to be back in London again this week. I went shopping around Oxford Circus, spent a rainy day wandering around the V&A, and then of course the primary purpose of the trip - I went to see "Wicked" the musical (oh it was without-a-doubt absolutely fantastic!) It reminded me just how much I love (and severely miss) acting... aside from being ridiculously shy, I used to love performing, it's always been something I've wanted to do, but I want to do so many things I'm finding it hard settling on a single direction. I need to figure out what it is I want the most, and soon... I was supposed to start applying for University last year but I've put it off to do an art foundation (which, don't get me wrong, I'm immensely excited about) it's just I don't know where to go from there.
It's like I'm making the biggest decision of my life, and I still feel like a child... uhh, I'm not ready for this.
Where's Peter Pan when you need him to whisk you off to Neverland, ay??

Today's Anthem: "Shangri-La" by Yacht.
(I've listened to this song soo much it's kindof getting on my nerves now O_o)

Ooh, btw just wanted to say a quick "hi" to my new followers (and the older ones too!) Sorry for the sombre tone of this post, I didn't intend for it to turn so personal, I just hate being this indecisive, but anyone thinking about uni / their future will get what I mean.
Hope everyone whose been getting GCSE / A level results recently got the grades they wanted - have a fab weekend lovlies!

x x x



Since Christopher Kane released his galactic resort collection last year I have been absolutely obsessed with galaxy prints, and although I keep telling myself I'll DIY one of his magnificent t-shirts myself one day, I never seem to get around to it, but something that was more to my talents crossed my eye again quite recently... galaxy nails, oh yeahh, wow.

They're not too tricky, but I think it's an effect that requires a fair bit of patience.
So here's me trying to give you the low-down on how to create this look yourself but I'll probably end up making it sound more complicated than it actually is, so I'm sorry bout that lovlies, but here goes...

After applying clear varnish as a base coat I proceeded with a layer of purple polish. (I tend to go for Barry M' cuz they have a great range of colours to choose from and it's not too expensive.) I then sponged some indigo polish on top - making sure not to go all the way down and keep it darker towards the tip of each nail to create a sortof tonal impression. After that I applied a layer of glittery polish, and then finished with several coats of clear varnish, in the hopes of maintaining my nail art for as long as humanly possible... (when I say 'several' I actually applied about 6 coats, which is probably why they look so shiny, but it was really just an extra precaution, so one or two coats should be fine) ...aaand that's it! Umm, ta-dah!

If anyone tries to create this effect at home then please let me know cuz I'd love to see how it turns out for you.

x x x


They stare at me while I stare at you

Wow, sorry I haven't posted in a while, time flies when you're having fun though right? ;)

I went to a festival a few weeks ago, saw Eliza Dolittle who was literally ah-mazing! Here's a little faux-laroid I snapped of her...

Faux-laroid's just my hipster way of saying that although it may look like a polaroid, it's not, sadly... I used an online Polaroid app. Check out poladroid.net if you fancy transforming your everyday digital photos into a quirky kitsch pola-ola-olaroids, oh yeahhh.
Hope your all having an amazing summer so far! Sorry I've been such a useless blogger of late,I'm switching the comments off for now cuz I'm so behind on replies but I should be back to regular posting soon, *fingers crossed*
... Ciao fo' now and all that jazz.
x x x