Bonjour mes amies, just a super quick post today in my bid to be a much better blogger. We all need a break from time to time and it's amazing how much going home can remind you of who you are and what's really important in life. That Dorothy was onto something, there really is no place like it. It was the middle of term and I was suffering a bit from what's known here as the "week 5 blues" so I decided to get on a train and come home for the weekend. It was absolutely the right decision. Either my mum or my house has magical properties, but I'm writing this from my dorm room at uni much happier, saner, and refreshed.
Apart from being reunited with my lovely London (above), being home also meant that I finally had a photographer (my mum) to take photos of my outfits for you lovely people. My fashionable alter ego is pretty much a secret from everyone here and it's kind of weird to ask people you don't know if they will take posey "fash-shun" pictures of you. Awkward much? Plus I think you all deserve better than dodgy self-timered images of me in my room which has meant some of my best Cambridge outfits have sadly gone to waste. Never fear darlings, I shall replicate them for you as soon as I am back home this summer.
So here's what I wore this weekend. Did you guys get up to much? Anything exciting? Yesterday evening I got a new fringe on a whim but totally didn't factor in the Great British weather and the fact that it is going to rain buckets this week. Anything other than sunshine + my hair = disaster. Bad hair day does not even BEGIN to describe it darlings. I'm pretty sure I've cracked a few mirrors and made a few small children cry. today Also "they" are wrong. The best invention was not sliced bread, it was hair straighteners =P
Also, I just wanted to say thank you so much for your INCREDIBLE support and feedback for 'Go Lightly' magazine pleaseeee keep the wonderful comments and love coming in and continue to spread the word by mouth, blog, Facebook and Twitter.
Hope you're staying as safe and chic as always,
English Rose x