1. Pleasing; agreeable ; delightful
2. Not that fucking hard to be
Everyday we’re exposed to hate & negativity, impacting our daily lives & most importantly how we treat others. In spite of all this negativity , we have no idea what others are dealing with in their personal lives, so it’s plain and simple:
It costs $0.00 to me a nice person & I assure you, you will not regret being a nice person. Some might say being nice is a sign of weakness & to an extent that is true – there is a such thing as being too nice. However, a little act of kindness can go a long way. People will forget what you said, what you did, but will never forget how you made them feel. A small act of kindness can turn anybody’s storm into a rainbow.
Here are a few things you can do to practice kindness:
1. Be kinder to yourself: When you practice self love, your kindness will flood the world surrounding you.
2. Focus: Train your mind to see the good in everything & everyone. Happiness is a choice. YOUR choice.
3. Be quiet: If you have nothing nice to say, don’t speak.
4. Don’t expect a return gift: If you expect something in return for being nice person, then you aren’t a nice person.
Just remember, you are never too important to be a nice person.
Crop: The No Bra Club
Shorts: One Teaspoon
Scarf (tied on hat): General Pants & Co.
Leave that shitty job. Dump your freeloading boyfriend. Book that holiday. Eat carbs. Workout. Get a tattoo. Wear that dress. Read a book.
There’s no right time to do anything. If you want to do something, you should. The repercussions could go wrong but what is important is what you learn from the outcome.
Dress: Windsor & Lux
Shoes: BCBG Generation
In the amidst of new jobs, old flames, bigger goals & many useless boys, I sometimes find myself questioning my recent blog shoot. If you’ve been following my Instagram or blog, you may have seen my experimental side awaken.
It’s not that I care if people can see a bit of nipple through my kurta but it’s the fact that people judge my character based on the clothes I wear. I like wearing shorts, crop tops, thigh high boots & dresses which show a decent amount of side boob, but that does not mean I’m ‘easy’, ‘cheap’ or a ‘slut’.
People are not what they seem based on the clothes they wear, there’s much more to someone than meets the eye. A women’s body is not a way to determine her character, but a way of expressing herself & her many forms.
But I have to ask, will this change?
Dress: General Pants & Co
Boots: Public Desire
The pelvage trend was once a craze, forwarded by influencers & models who don’t stand at a comfy 5″3 & also have no qualms in accidental flashing.
Thigh-high splits & a touch of quirk.
Keep it simple & be confident.
And, when it comes to the old age trend of “dressing for your body type,”
I give zero fucks.
Dress: General Pants & Co.
Scarf (worn on the ankle): Bardot
The Little Black Dress 2.0:
- Unapologetically you.
If history has taught us anything it is that the two piece trend is a wardrobe must have. Flashback to Fran Fine rocking a floral Jennifer Bawden outfit paired with her killer abs! I may not have the abs but I do love a cheeky two piece. Being on the shorter side, I did find it hard to find a skirt + crop combo that didn’t reach my ankles. This Ref piece was a steal, plus sustainable to the environment.
Two Piece: Reformation
Jacket: Rachel Roy
Australian summers = riots of colour !
What better way to celebrate summer (besides the delish mangoes and the incalculable litres of ice cream I have consumed) is with this Pia Pauro dress.
Incorporating Indian heritage and textiles with a modern – chic twist, is a convergence of eastern elements and modern twists. The mirror work on this mini isn’t the only highlight – bursts of neon thread work throughout the dress creates for a fresh feel adding for some spunk!
They key is to keep it simple and let the dress be the focus. Wearing the dress with nude accessories and a blue bindi adds that extra chutzpah!
Dress: Pia Pauro – purchased from Pernia’s Pop-up Shop
Photographer: Geetu Vanjani
Till next time…