My Fair Hair

The predicted decadence

On socially harmless but still awkward hairdos

If you know your business then trend forecasting is something that will not come to you as unannounced.

If it does though, then know it’s nothing but the art of fortune telling as seen by those who anticipate what the future holds.

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9 things I’m finding romantic AF

Uninvited St Valentine’s Day Vibes

According to my friend Debbie, today’s word of the day is “Romanticising”.

“Why is it that we tend to romanticise everything, or just specifically, the stupidest of guys?”, she said, “Seriously, we know they’re not good for us and acknowledge their flaws yet still… They’re bibbidi-bobbidi-boo wonderful in our heads”.

With this out-of-the-blue quote Debbie made me remember that it’s just one week left until St Valentine’s day. How spot on, sista from anada mista!

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The itch

On addictions that shed your skin

Davide talked to me today about this one book called “Hooked” he’s been digging. It explores a topic I am as of lately exceptionally torn by: addiction. On the cover of the book, one can read this enticing sentence: “How to build habit-forming products that drive customer engagement”.

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A case of perpetual separation

Corduroy trousers

On corduroy

When I think about corduroy my mind travels back to the 90s.

My mom used to own a badass bomber jacket in this washed navy blue colour that even back in the days smelled like it had already spent 30 years locked in a closet.

I remember burying my face in the soft corduroy and just pant until I’d eventually suffocate. It felt protecting and comforting to say the least.

Somehow this jacket got lost during a trip to Paris. And so did the story of corduroy and perpetual separation start for me.

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The Banjo Beats

Tired of talking

On and on and on it goes

Every moment my heart went black and cold
Nothing stings as much like never knowing
I wanna get rid of the feeling, turn it all around


Defeating the florals

Some words on the art of NGAF

Isn’t it just crazy when you acknowledge to what extent fear stopped you from doing something you really wanted to do?

Cause seriously, isn’t an OOPS way better than a WHAT IF?

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Unfinished business

Unfinished Business

Can we agree on this?

Not because you decide to ignore something does it mean it vanishes completely. In fact, the more you work your ass off in avoiding its flare, the more it seems to gravitate towards you.

Watch out, stupid!”, it fearlessly screams. “I’m coming for ya!”.

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The Banjo Beats

If I had a gun

Let me fly you to the moon

My eyes have always followed you around the room
‘Cause you’re the only god that I will ever need
I’m holding on and waiting for the moment to find me


The one you really want

Realisation Par Alexandra Dress

… but not just the one you maybe really need?

I’ve been looking for a good (cheap?) alternative to Realisation Par’s iconic Alexandra dress and been really unsuccessful at it. The truth is, when you’re 175 cm tall, you’re massively screwed up if you want to find short dresses at the usual fast fashion retail stores. 

What can I say. Maybe most girls out there are shorter and that’s the secret reason behind ASOS Tall collection, and not just making you feel like Hagrid. 

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