July 4, 2015

SATURDAY ESSENTIALS

Many times I've wondered about what I consider to be so-called 'essentials' to my being. Obvious vital necessities aside, a cozy sweater and a pair of sleek heels are both strong competitors for first place. Runner-up, we've got lipstick in every gloomy shade on the spectrum of reds and purples and last but not least: a casual pair of jeans. I'm currently loving mom jeans and anything high-waisted, especially when paired with anything cropped on the top half. I am fond of anything comfortable to roll around in on Saturday mornings, especially after a big celebration.

Yesterday was a big day for me- I graduated. High school is behind me and it's time to move forward... which means university, here I come! But before taking a step into the adult life (or into my future twelve squared meters dorm room), I have two months of summer holidays. Even though I'm not normally the most enthusiastic person when it comes to high temperatures, my appreciation of summer and everything that comes along with it is unquestionable. In four days I will be heading towards Crete with a group of friends. One last trip together before splitting up and going our own ways. Bittersweet? You could say that. But it's also essential to create some last great memories to remember each other by when we leave. The way I see it, leaving school and all your friends is not a goodbye, it's a see-you-later, except the 'later' might mean a longer period of time than it used to.
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June 25, 2015

MEDITERRANEAN BLUES

Looking over the Mediterranean sea as every bit of worry in the world gets washed away in the foam of the breaking waves- that's how I like to spend my days off school, away from all the worksheets and hand-outs, with my only dilemma being which fruit to have freshly pressed into juice. Days like that are only a fantasy to me right now, since nowadays I keep finding myself drowning in indescribable amounts of procrastination- such a convenience right before my final exams. A week from now, I'll be waving goodbye to my school with a smile on my face and possibly tears streaming down my cheeks. I'm not gonna lie, that place has grown on me. No matter how much people complain about school and the overflow of 'hard work' that comes along with it, most of us will end up missing those grumpy teachers and hallways constantly flooded with rushing students. It's the end of an era, a raindrop in the ocean, as some may say. Right now I'm optimistic about what the future has planned, I'm on board for whatever adventures are ahead. I'm diving in.
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May 19, 2015

Cut-out

There's something ever so enchanting about nature in spring. Of course, artificial beauty has its own charm. I'm an architecture junkie. Whatever defies the laws of physics or simply is glorious in its construction and structure- I love it. But the feeling I get from seeing all the blossoms appear every May is completely different and actually quite hard to put into words. It really does feel like the world is coming back to life and it's so empowering. In spring, I always feel the need to try new things- wear combinations of garments I usually wouldn't, experiment with colors and so on. So here I am, trying out the whole romper thing. I know rompers have been around for a long time; in fact, I've had this one from Casper&Pearl for over a year, but never wore it. Thus, when the time came for me to pack and leave to a warmer place, I realized that the amount of summer clothes I own is very limited-- half of my wardrobe consists of coats and faux fur-- which forced me to pull out some ensembles that never got to see the light outside of the house.
I'm currently in my couple of last weeks of school... ever. After these two weeks and then a relatively long period of exams, I will be done with school for good. Stress and excitement are both on the menu right now and I'm pretty certain that it will remain this way for a while. At least until I get my hands on that diploma.
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May 17, 2015

Suite life


Good morning! Reporting live from my queen size bed back in Brussels. I came back home last night at around five o'clock in the morning. The sun was almost rising by the time I was ready to get some of that much needed sleep. Right now, there's a huge suitcase and bags waiting to be unpacked, but knowing myself I will probably leave them there for a bit longer, just enough for me to settle down again. It almost feels surreal that just yesterday I was still enjoying the sun in that little part of paradise that is Turkey. Suddenly waking up in cloudy Belgium makes it feel as though it was all just a dream. A beautiful one, to say the least. I have a lot of pictures ready so bare with me while I 'unpack' them little by little and share moments from my getaway with you, starting with these shots taken in the hotel room we stayed in. The natural light shining through the soft white curtains was almost fairly, so pure and enchanting... made me want to dress in white the whole time (I didn't, though). Alright, it is now time for me to make some tea and maybe some toast with avocado. Perfect way to kick off this last day of holiday!

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May 14, 2015

Gates of gold

 I think it's time for a quick update, what do you say? I'm currently on a little getaway in Turkey, where sunbathing by the pool, enjoying countless taste explosions (when I say 'countless' I truly mean it- I don't think I've ever seen, let alone ate, this much in my life... oops!) and wandering around on the rocky coast are some of my every day activities. Taking a break from the 'real world' and all the stress that comes with it is always a good idea. I've only got a few days left in this beautiful place before I go back to the ever so cloudy Brussels. Got to enjoy every moment left here, I am now going to hit the gym for a bit before dinner. For now I'm leaving you with some pictures from back when I was in London a couple of months ago. The Buckingham palace is everything.

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