The Four products that have gotten me Through A cold, Dry Winter
The question shouldn’t be why are you a feminist. It should be why ‘aren’t’ you a feminist?
Because why wouldn’t you be? And I am not just talking about women and girls - I believe that all men should be feminists too. Because real men aren’t afraid to admit to their onset supremacy from the beginning of time, and believe that equality shouldn’t be a goal, it should already exist.
The end of a season and the beginning of a new one is the ideal time to break your bad winter habits, and start feeling great again on the inside and out. It is officially time to stop feeling ‘bleh’.
I’ll be the first to admit it - this winter I have truly fallen into the hibernation trap. I haven’t been exercising, my eating habits haven’t been ideal, and I really, truly got stuck into Netflix and Youtube. So, I thought I would write a post about how I am trying to get back into the swing of things, to not only inspire you guys, but also hold me accountable to my words.
For those of you, who like me, are already dreaming of the first day you can walk around in slides.
Perth may have been the coldest city in the entire world yesterday morning (no, that is not just an exaggeration), but that doesn’t mean that I’m not already dreaming about warmer days. Like most people, especially fellow fashion diehards, the lead up to winter is one of the most exciting times of the fashion year. Winter means more layers, which means more clothes, which means smarter, more luxurious outfits. However, the start of August has brought what feels like endless rain and a yearning for summer. I’m over the layers. I’m over the black and white. And I can’t wait to get into some lighter, brighter pieces of clothing. Here is my fashion forecast for what Spring will bring to fashion in Australia - as after all, our Spring is less Springy, rather a slightly milder summer with a side of hay fever.