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  • planning a summer wardrobe
    Wardrobe

    I’ve never had a summer wardrobe. In my teenage years I felt very uncomfortable about the┬ákeratosis pilaris (chicken skin) on my legs so I never wore skirts, dresses or shorts. Such a shame really because I’m sure no one would have noticed. Instead I stuck to jeans. Yes, just jeans, even in 35 degrees celsius […]

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  • review: a.p.c. half moon bag
    Review

    Last year I bought myself the A.P.C. Half moon bag and figured I should write a review on it as there aren’t that many helpful reviews out there at the moment. I love to read about people’s experiences before deciding on such an expensive purchase so maybe this post will help a few people out. […]

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  • Shopping

    In case you are wondering, no, you are not looking at two identical pictures. This is me, being extremely particular. Remember when I mentioned that I have a small wish list for 2019 purchases? A pair of black jeans is number one on that list. A little over two years ago I bought two pairs […]

  • Wardrobe

    Upon request, my purchases of 2018. Better late than never I suppose. I’ll keep the introduction short because we know how this works, right? While I’m a little embarrassed by the number of purchases, I feel that this year will be better. We’re halfway through March and I have only purchased three things so far […]

  • Thoughts

    Should I wear sunscreen everyday? I know it’s highly recommended by, well, everyone. But during winter I’m always extremely low on vitamin D. I still haven’t figured out whether or not I should start wearing sunscreen on my face (next to my tinted moisturiser that has SPF 15). Obviously I know that sun exposure is […]

  • Personal

    Can you believe my last post was from November? Just before Black Friday? Yikes! I lost track of my blog. Traveling to work every day (my commute is at least 1,5 hours, so a total of 3 hours) and those dark, short days, really got to me. Thankfully longer and brighter days are upon us. […]

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