So unless you've been living under a rock the off the shoulder trend is here and isn't going away. Whether a top or a dress it's a simple way to dress whilst showing a bit of skin. Not really ideal for the winter months you can layer the look to make it a little warmer. I purchased this Khaki off the shoulder dress from the babes at Topsy Curvy whilst at Curve fest (more info on that coming up in a another post.) Khaki is my go to colour right now and I simply couldn't say no to the dress for the price it is at.
Wednesday, 28 September 2016
The one struggle of a blogger is finding someone to take pictures. I mean I can’t be the only one with that problem. Having a vision and being restricted because you don’t want to nag your friends or you don’t have the time to execute it. It’s the most frustrating thing. But when a friend Stephanie from Nerd About Town announced she was trying to go in to the wonderful world of photography, I jumped at the chance to take some outfit pictures.
Monday, 26 September 2016
So the main aim at a festival is to look cool but make it look effortless. Whilst also trying to do you're hair on a small travel sized mirror in the outside of your tent, with no electric appliances. OH the glamour of festivals :p. Usually it's a slap job for me as I'm too hungover or busy trying to run to catch the first act I want to see, but I thought I'd give this festival inspired hair style a go by following Neal and Wolf's instructions.
Friday, 23 September 2016
I have a lot to thank blogging for. Without it I wouldn't have made the move to London to intern and to be at the point I am in my career, I wouldn't have made the connections I have or experienced the amazing opportunities that have came my way, nor would I have the bestest friends I have and can call thee bestest friends today. Although it has always been a hobby for me, and I do sadly feel like I'm moving more towards posting on instagram and dropping out of the blogging game, I'll always cherish and be thankful for all that'd came my way with Cardifforniagurl.
My first memory of seeing acupuncture being performed is Charlottes experience on the Sex In The City Episode ‘The Domino Effect’. I just remember seeing these needles on the screen and being curious as to what they were being used for. I mean at that age needles were evil and only used to give nasty injections, so seeing them being used in a way that wasn’t like that intrigued me.