Sunday, 29 October 2017

His & Hers: Monochrome Mondays

One of the main things I say to people without fail is "We must all be poppin heavily!" and for those who want to abide by Oxford Dictionary's definition of what I meant, it simply means that 'Everyone is meant for greatness'. Greatness can mean many things to some people, to you it could relate to significance and to others it could be a mastery of a talent. To me, if you want to look at it in a short-term perspective, I simply want to "Pop heavily!" aka look great, magnificent, exceptional and on point! (as my mother loves to say *laughs)

From what I can remember as a young adolescent teen, I couldn't wait for the season when I was finally going to be in university. It seemed so far away at the time but I already knew what kind of woman I was going to be when I finally left the nest and my vision consisted of me, well:

  1.  Looking absolutely fabulous (P.S. I went to an all girls school and we wore the most ugliest uniform ever!)
  2. Immersing myself in endless opportunities
  3. To build up my confidence
  4. To bag myself a hunk of a man (*dreams)
Fast forward to now and I can definitely say that I'm currently ticking off 1, 2 and 3 from my vision basket and it is absolutely fabulous!  It's an amazing feeling to finally embark on the things that you planned to do after so many years of fantasizing and the excitement is visible to those who are looking in. Every morning, I wake up with such enthusiasm to learn something new, to look as if I'm part of a lifestyle that I aim to have and to let others understand that I'm a force to be reckoned with. I know why I'm here and what I'm supposed to do. 
A lot of people ask me why I look the way I do for university and the answer is simple: 'I'm made for greatness'. If you don't get it, then you just don't get it. I've gotten to a stage where I don't ever explain my reasoning to people, I just let them look and pray that it inspires them to follow suit. 

However, that was not the case with my fellow model/friend, Kerry. To be honest, the first thing I did when I first met him was compliment him on his outfit. I could tell that he was a guy that took pride in his appearance as the attention to detail was spot on. From that point, I knew we would get on well and here we are, doing our very own His & Hers special as we share our take on how we look aka 'Brand' ourselves for University. I hope you are inspired.

Until the next entry x 

Editorial: Monochrome Mondays

'We are made for greatness...'

'Pool is always a good idea'

 'A day without laughter is a day wasted'

Outfit Spec:

T-shirt: Primark
Leather Jacket: H&M
Shoes- Vans

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Skirt: Zara
Hat: Zara
Bag: Zara


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