So, for this blog post, in true memoir style, I am going to take a trip down memory lane. I look back on some of these trends and cringe. But now, I tend to go for minimalism as well frankly, colours scare me. Going back through my photos for this post was a stark reminder that no matter what you wear, it was what you wanted at the time… No regrets right?
I blame Blair Waldorf for this one but for some reason I wanted to live out my Gossip Girl fantasy by wearing bows all the time. I don’t think I quite had the refined edge to go along with these and I’ll let these photos do the talking:
The bigger the hoop, the bigger the heart.
Thankfully I have no photos of me and my ‘I HEART PB’ bag but I do have this tweet:
For some reason I used to think i was the absolute sh*t when I rocked up to uni with my Ugg boots, Starbucks coffee cup and Paul’s Boutique bag. Who is Paul anyway?
The irony is that I have a skull tattoo stuck on my foot for the rest of my life. I don’t hate skulls but I do wonder ‘what was I thinking?’. I remember having skull earrings, necklaces, rings, shoes, the list goes on. These days I’m more in the land of the living.
I think I have deleted every photo relating to my ‘NU RAVE’ phase but I find it hard to believe I went through a bright colour phase. Me and colour these days just don’t get on and I find myself immersing my body in blacks, greys and navy. Basically, I will wear black until they make a darker colour.
I was really into nail art at one point and I even considered doing a nail course. Funny enough this probably highlights something about my personality, getting obsessed with something, getting over it and remembering it as a long forgotten dream.
I’m sure I had every colour Barry M Dazzle Dust and I remember buying 2True make up in Superdrug every week with my EMA. If you don’t remember EMA, you are young. I remember piling on ALL THE EYESHADOW and walking around like LA Pride. Nowadays, I prefer all things nudes (not taking them, wearing them, get your mind out the gutter).
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Enter Shikari, Hadouken, Kids in Glass Houses, Three Days Grace, Panic! At The Disco were all that infiltrated my iPod shuffle at one point and tbh I don’t know what I was thinking or going through. R&B and Pop will always be my one true love and I’ll bring out the Rock for those days I need a little nostalgia.