When you're at school there was always that 'cool' group. The girls who grew their boobs two years before everyone else and learnt to pluck their eyebrows first. (Jokes on them now, bushy eyebrows are in and their over-plucked 2001 pencil-brows look horrific. Who has the last laugh now, Holly who made fun of me for not knowing what masterbating was when I was 13?!) Then there were the boys, the guys who smoked and got those mini Nike backpacks that said 'Just Do it' across the back. There is always a 'cool' group. They aren't even necessarily particularly cool, they are just deemed to be by everyone else. Well, although they are different as you get older, there are still 'cool' guys kicking about. And I'm about to warn you against dating one of them.
We went to Paris! Despite my family going to France at least twice a year and my parents planning to move there soon, I had never been to Paris. Safe to say, it stole my heart. We absolutely loved every second of it and are going back next year. Waking up to a bit of bustle compared to more rural France is a dream, but it's so much quieter and more relaxing than London.
I cannot begin to explain how many times I have started a Youtube channel. Every time I end up taking it down, I hate my voice and I feel corny and weird and it's a bit embarrassing and difficult to put yourself out there as a blogger on such a huge platform…
I have always had guyfriends. I got on with them better in general - I have weird dirty banter and sarcasm girls don't always warm to and I feel less paranoid that they're all sitting around my Facebook on a Friday night laughing at my bad outfit choices and cellulite.
Alongside fedora hats, beige nails and knee-high leather boots, the culottes trend is something I really wasn't sure I could pull off. Am I 'fashion' enough?! Who knows, but I found these on Missguided and thought 'sod it, I may as well try.'
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