See a man without a face?
Move like ghosts from place to place.
What’s their plan? What’s their plan?
See a woman pale as snow?
Silent come and silent go.
What’s their plan? What’s their plan?
Don't ask me why I quoted Kingkiller Chronicle. There are things (books, movies...) which follow you wherever you go, especially in the heart of a misty forest, right ? 🍂
"Don't make her wait for you just because you know she will... Because perhaps someday, she won't anymore."
Don't make her wait... Wait for you to change. To quit those toxic habits. To put her first in your life. To take her off the back burner. To stop taking her for granted. To keep your word, fulfill those empty promises you've made over and over again. Don't make her wait for you to treat her like the jewel she is, because whoever she is, she shouldn't have to be waiting. She shouldn't have to wait to pursue her dreams, to be moving forward, to be living her best life... She shouldn't have to wait for that. And whoever she is, where ever she is, maybe she'll realize this, and then, she won't wait on you any more...." @ioncewasarose
Flashback to this fun photo shoot at the state park. 💕
L e a v e s :: that’s all I’ve got for you at the end of a rather damp and grey day but at least they’re lovely cheerful bright yellow ones from a week ago. They’re now sitting in a soggy brown mess on the ground sadly. And on that note have a great weekend all. I’m off to Yorkshire to meet up with my flowering friend Claire @dandelionsandgrace 💛💛💛
#leaveonlyleaves#autumncolours 🍂🍁 #inspiredbynature_#seekinspirecreate#capturingcolour
Happy Friday babes! 💕
I'm still trying to get used to my new phone and I feel ridiculous that it's taking me so long 🤯
Like, where is everything?! Lol
But nevertheless I love the upgrade.
Miss you all! I'll be checking in and loving your feeds, k bye 😋
Found myself at the park today having got on the wrong train home after a wonderful morning with @the_busy_seamstress and @aminathedressmaker chatting about sewing, sustainable fashion, family life and bringing up third generation children. Have a look at my (extensive 😆) Stories for my little Shoreditch trip, I enjoyed it so much and feel really refreshed!
This gorgeous little girl decided to sit IN the apple crate rather than on it. I think she was onto something! 😍
This autumn has been so beautiful, such stunning colour everywhere. 🍁
I have my last 2 autumn family shoots this week, looking forward to capturing the last of the autumn colour. 🍂
And I’m taking bookings for next spring now, so get in touch if you want to have some family photos in the gorgeous spring colours. 🌷
Have a great weekend! 😊️
#fridayfun with @ninaclark__ and @nkimaphotography clad in Nightire by day💁🏼♀️
Speaking of which, the latest piece written by Manrepeller’s @leandramcohen gives fantastic insight into the newest fashion trend - i.e. sleepleisure, the act of wearing your sleepwear out and about. Check out the full piece through link in our bio, if this snippet piques your interest✨
‘But that’s just it — innerwear is outerwear because what we do inside is no longer private. By definition, this makes it public. If you’re in a bathtub wearing a towel over your head and choose to take a selfie and release it, the experience no longer belongs to you. As our relationships with social media, the building of our personal brands and the resultant followings that substantiate these brands grow ever more psychologically urgent, the banalities of what we used to do in our own space as mere acts of self-maintenance or indulgence (brush our teeth, comb our hair, eat cereal in bed, wear an ugly sweatshirt to watch a bad rom-com) seem less banal and thus more shareable. Suddenly, our private behavior becomes public. This can be seen as a blessing or a curse, but I’d rather indulge the former, because publicizing the previously privatized offers the perpetuation of nuanced thinking in that it can force you to challenge notions you have assumed as fact by reflecting inward, reevaluating the quotidian nature of the things you might do on autopilot, like put on pajamas, and ultimately reroute them — make them come alive. Even, dare I say, find joy in them. If athleisure can make you feel like you’re inside the blissful haze of a weekend sin agenda even when you’re not; if normcore, by way of the nostalgia associated with it, makes you feel like a younger version of yourself, free from the burden of responsibility; and if menocore makes you feel like a semi-retired Nancy Meyers-film protagonist, then sleepleisure is a reminder of what is widely held as one of the best parts of the day: bedtime, which either finds you feeling accomplished or relieved depending on how your day went but either way lucky to be in bed. Not a bad place to be.’
I am exhausted. I'm very much looking forward to the weekend and the certainty of a long lie in. For today though, I'm considering a nap on my lunch break while simultaneously downing black coffees - somehow I feel like the two don't go together. Still, I'm pretty pleased with my outfit today, featuring these absolutely stonking great boots again.