Dinner at Jamie Oliver – Jumpsuit from ZARA
Sometimes I look to my body and remember my twenties, but I probably feel more confident now.
Happiness isn’t something that is naturally bestowed upon people. It takes effort, and a willingness to focus on positive thinking, but your hard work will pay off.
Happiness is an inside job. You look beautiful and young but sometimes you don’t feel it. And even if people can give you a compliment, only you can make yourself feel that you beautiful.
Most of us – women – grew up believing models were perfect, and that we didn’t measure up to them.
We keep striving to fit into the size 8 skinny jeans and try squeezing ourselves into dresses one size painfully smaller. It seems that we didn’t notice that we have been punishing ourselves for not fitting into the standard norm of the perfect vital statistics and body structures.
Fashion industry should admit that they don’t make clothes to fit REAL women!!
Mannequins should represent healthy life bodies and help to boost women’s body image and self-confidence when shopping, because what really matters is a healthy body and a clear mind.
Be what you want to be and LOVE your body!
BEAUTY LEADS TO ATTRACTION, BUT INTELLIGENCE LEADS TO LOVE!
Today I can say that the more I got older, the more I trust my instinct, but the challenge is to take moments to stand back and reflect.
From time to another I take myself out of my comfort zone because:
- I find new things to fall in love with
- Learn to embrace failure
- Each new challenge increases my creativity
- Expanding my comfort zone
- Seeing things as not as hard as they look
Nobody is perfect – So try to let go of that unnecessary pressure. As soon as you accept this you will find that you will lose the hesitation that has held you back in the past. You will learn to take risks where before you would have run.
And remember what you do is noticed by others, whether you realize it or not.
Taking risks, getting out of your comfort zone and believing in yourself allows you to be that person for yourself and others.
LOVE & PUSS PUSS ❥
Cairo summer vibes are amazing so after the daytime chilling under the sun, I’m going dancing ’till dawn.
After living in Sweden for some time now, summer holidays means washing and preparing those favourite pieces which were hidden away.
When I was young I didn’t really care about clothes as I was a tomboy in everything I do. But the more I grow older the more I see myself as a fashion junkie. I love Chanel and Dior though I can’t afford them, but I’m also in love with the Other Stories, H&M, WEEKDAY. Still Zara is my favourite. I buy clothes from different brands as long as I’m in love with the piece.
The red carpet culture has always taught us to celebrate perfection, but the in the now and in the social media age, people yearn more and more for something human. We saw how people celebrate a non skinny model.
Yes there is a shift towards celebrating beauty which that’s not stereotypical.
I feel super happy when I see brands or stores in Sweden acknowledging every type of woman.
But for now I will celebrate my time under the sun and I will enjoy it till the maximum.