25.8.16

Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress, Teva flatforms

Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress, Teva flatforms
rose gold cross body bag
Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress
Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress, geometric necklace
Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress, Teva flatforms
Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress, Teva flatforms
Outfit: lemon print off shoulder dress
 lemon print off shoulder dress: c/o Shein - rosegold purse: Zara - flatform sandals: Teva - watch: c/o Cluse - rings: Diamanti Per Tutti - necklace: c/o Lobogato - sunglasses: c/o Polette - earrings: H&M
pics by Maya Bogaert


Fruit prints are a major weakness of mine, combine them with a shoulder baring silhouette and you basically have Annebeth kryptonite. There's a bunch of super affordable, super cute lemon printed stuff on Shein right now, so go check it out!

It's blazing hot right now in Belgium, like a late summer heatwave, and even though I can't deny complaining about it a bit I have to admit I'm happy to get some more wear out of my summer clothes. For some reason, I prefer my summer clothes to my winter clothes. More feminine, more colorful, and a bit more skin on show. So before I have to put all of them away again for at least seven months, I'm extending the bare-legs-season as far as I can.

Hope you're keeping cool!

22.8.16

Travel: Okinawa Mihama American Village

Travel: Okinawa Mihama American Village

When I think back to our weeks in Japan, the moments that I was most happy were probably the times we spent in the Mihama American Village on Okinawa. I know, I can already hear you saying "girl, who goes to Japan to have the most fun in something called "the American Village???" but hear me out! Okinawa is this amazing mix of Japan, a distinct tropical island feel, its original Ryukyu culture, and the American influences because of the extensive US army presence. The American Village is a going out district that mixes up all of that exquisite diversity into something that is like the best possible, themepark-esque pastiche of vintage Americana, but with a distinctly Japanese twist. 

Some people might hate how "manufactured" this place is, but in my eyes and experience, that kind of just makes it quintessentially Japanese. However, if your idea of the perfect Japan trip is more about bamboo forests and temples, this might not float your boat.

We went there three times, two times for dinner and one time for breakfast, and because the place is so incredibly photogenic I took lots of pictures. You could say that I saved the best (in my eyes) for last, so here is what will probably be my last post on our Japan trip. Enjoy!

20.8.16

Beauty: 2nd NYX haul review

NYX haul review

Hi babes! I've just returned from our holiday in France (boohoo), and I've let the blog take the backburner for a bit because I am a firm believer of doing what feels right when it comes to my blog. When I feel like taking a bit of a break, I do so, and when I feel particularly passionate about posting, I post a bit more. After all, this isn't my day job, it's something I do because I love to do it. And now, after a two week semi-break, I feel like getting back into the swing of things with an extensive review of a bunch of NYX products I got in the (insanely amazing) goodiebag we got when attending the store opening in Ghent.

I know people are crazy about NYX launching in Belgium, and the clearest proof of this is that a lot of the most popular NYX items are constantly sold out in the store. However, NYX is keeping us up to date about restocks AND have promised us that a webshop is in the making, probably launching around early 2017, so fear not. Until then, here's an overview of a bunch of NYX products so you can figure out for yourself if the trip to Ghent is worth making!

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