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This year marks my first year of studying to be a Bachelor of Design. I'm really excited to delve into a degree with a specialised focus. With direction and drive, I'm leaving my days of fairydah behind and am excited to embrace my real creative identity: me, just me.
I confess, I've had a wandering eye. With only a quick skip to the city, my eyes have been roaming and I'm feeling the temptation of something new. Something different.
As I result I haven't remained faithful to my list.
I introduce you to my mistress - Aesop products.
|chanel le vernis in particuliere|
If I had to choose a nail colour that I had to wear for the rest of my fashion life (please don't let there be a time where I would have to choose an item of clothing to wear forever - I couldn't choose!), it would be this one.
Right in between being neutral and quirky, this colour can take you through the day feeling polished, when teamed with a basic everyday look, pair it with a girly frock for a cheeky tea party, or take it for a spin on a grown-ups only night out in your LBD.
I could forever rave about the colour, but, as an honest blogger, I must say that this is not what you would call a long-wearing polish. I've tried it with several different top coats, without top coat, with a base coat and without, and there is just nothing that keeps this polish from chipping at the tips after a hard day's work in the office.
Let me know if you have any tips for getting naughty polishes to stick around.
|country road shirt, dr denim jeans, sportsgirl bangle, jordan askill ring, chanel particuliere nail varnish|
My everyday style has developed into a less is more approach. Less foundation (tinted-moisturiser), less jewellery (only the staples) and less fuss. It's been a slow and steady development, but it's definitely sticking around for the long haul. Stripping back to the basics feels invigorating.