Happy 2017 my loves! Ah I’m sure a lot of you are getting tired of hearing that already? Whatevs, I feel rude if I don’t say it :) I’m in looooove with this look and these images so if you want to read more about that, scroll down below, but otherwise let’s talk all things ‘New Yearsy’.
I don’t want to share my goals too much but I do want to say I’m looking forward to the year ahead. 2016 was tough for me for so many reasons and I don’t feel like I came out entirely unscathed, however I’m definitely feeling stronger (I hope that’s not just my carefree holiday vibe speaking). I’ve never been a resolutions type of person but my biggest goal for 2017 is to improve my mindset and be more positive, optimistic and in-the-moment. I truly believe with the right attitude and being surrounded by the right people is what will bring out the best in the other areas in my life!
Do you guys have any set goals for 2017?
ABOUT THIS OUTFIT
So maybe there are a touch too many images in this post but I just love what an amazing job Malick did with these pictures and how I styled it up. I’m so in love with the folkloric direction the bohemian trend has taken, it’s just SO pretty and I find it extremely sexy even when covered, without trying too hard.
Funny enough my parents bought me this dress while they were out shopping the other day! They literally never buy me clothing, even when I was younger I basically worked since I was 16 to get the items I really wanted or those that were expensive. So I thought they did SO well picking this out plus the gesture was sweet. The embroidery is so beautiful and heavy making the quality feel amazing.
We took these pics in the side lane of Aisha’s house while taking care of her kitties and living in her pool last week. I was just about to swim, happened to have some make-up and my camera with me and spotted an opportunity with this amazing light. So I wet my hair, served some face, and here you go.
Earrings from Pichulik, H&M dress, MAC’s Lady Danger lip colour, vintage bracelets, MRP gladiator flats.
Photographs by Malick