We’re in that weird period between summer and autumn, when we don’t quite know if it’s sensible to keep stocking up on dresses or a new season coat.
It’s still so sticky and humid I cannot possibly fathom stretching a woolly jumper over my head just yet. Not sure about you?
So naturally, I’m all about the transitional pieces, that are going to look lovely both with bare legs and sandals – and also a jacket and tights once the weather takes a turn.
Sunsets, sea, sun, sand and sangria.
The five ingredients to a perfect getaway, right?
David and I have been lucky enough to travel quite a bit this year as a couple, which is amazing as I love sharing adventures with him, however they’d all been very full-on (I mean have you read about us camping in the wilderness in America yet?) and jam-packed.
There was no room to REALLY unwind, relax and just enjoy our surroundings.
There seems to be a growing epidemic of needing to be positive 100% of the time.
My Instagram (I like to think) is a place of positivity, happiness, kindness and love.
I try to keep it as a relatively bright and engaging space where I can inspire others to feel positive.
A highlights reel of happiness as it were.
But that doesn’t mean that I’m ok 100% of the time.
So let me set the context for this post.
A couple of years ago, I decided to undertake my own little social experiment.
And nope, don’t worry – I wasn’t going to be parading around Piccadilly Circus in my underwear or anything like that.
Though props to the girls who do have the confidence to do that!
Instead, I decided to stop reaching out to friends and see which of them reached out to me.