Friday, 1 May 2015

Change Is Good







Turtle Neck- Mum's amazing closet (literally) | Skirt- Forever21 | Boots- Dorothy Perkins

I think this outfit explains visually my style right now. I know a lot of you have probably noticed my changed of style. Many of you are wondering where's the pink, where's the baby blue, where's the florals (even if it's winter lolz). What happened to the blog theme?! haha. My simple answer is, I've changed. Not in a bad way, but I've matured. Going to uni, I've had to learn how to cook for myself, do my own laundry, do my own shopping (sadly food shopping, as a uni student I am too poor to shop haha). Doing these things made me grow up, and so developing in my style growing up too.

Don't get my wrong I still love pink, and all things girly, you should see my uni room + cutlery haha. In the summer I'll probably get out my florals for y'all. But for now, I'm just going with what I want to wear each morning, with what makes me comfortable. My style changes everyday, because I love trying out different looks. 

So tomorrow it could be completely different, but I think that's exciting! 

With lots of love,
Cabrini 



Stairway To Nowhere






Top- Newlook | Skirt- Bershcha | Denim Jacket- Topshop | Shoes- Bank 

My blog title sounds rather depressing hahaha, but I thought it seemed cool because of the background of the photos haha. Today I wore this black skirt which I think really flatters my body (come on when it comes to picking out clothes, you gotta pick the one that flatters your body, because what other reason do I have for paying £25 a month for the gym *inserts girl with her hand out emoji* hahaha), I just love the flare of the skirt. Denim jackets are a life saver if you are in a rush, it looks good with just about anything. 
Today I actually worked on my fashion portfolio, I finally got the time to edit and upload all my work. I've been meaning to do this for a long time now, so here it is! The reason for my absence from blogging for 6 months... haha! 


With lots of love, 
Cabrini 

Photography by Jake Pearce