rose floral print dress | what i wore

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rose floral print dress | what i wore

dress – ℅ quiz | necklace – stranger london | watch – new look | lipstick – MUA coral flush
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well hello there! it’s been a while since i’ve done an outfit post, especially one involving actual photos of me.

now that summer is here (well, i type this whilst it’s pouring outside) i thought it a good time to bring back the occasional outfit post. this will never be a fashion blog, as by no stretch of the imagination am i fashionable, but i do like wearing clothes. probably a better way to word that eh? what i mean is i enjoy my own fashion, and looking at what other ‘normal’ people wear via their blogs and social media.
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snapshots of my week | 2nd june

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brick wall with peeling posters

cat peeking out behind tree leaves

it’s been a while. oops.

a mix of wanting to take a break, feeling useless and boring and depressed, feeling like i have nothing to say and being ill. fun times. but, for now, at least, i feel i’m in a little bit better of a place. of course, i’ve still been taking photos all this time, just not sharing them. sometimes i just plain don’t feel like it, but other times it’s that i have nothing much to say and that puts me off. but it shouldn’t really. i do like sharing photos just for the sake of it from time to time.
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ophelia pang’s interactive art book | book review

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Ophelia Pang's interactive art book | book review

ophelia pang’s interactive art book* – £14.99

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i was already a fan of Ophelia Pang’s bright, minimal, colour block style work before i received this book, so i knew on some level i would enjoy it, but the joy of holding something in your hands rather than seeing it on a computer screen can’t be beaten!

Ophelia Pang’s Interactive Art Book is, well, quite self-explanatory. it fits in nicely with the current trend for colouring and interactive books but stands out due to its bold and straightforward style, and i feel it encourages you to think and (perhaps unintentionally) learn a bit more than other books of this style.
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