Saturday, 15 October 2011

Life is like a box of chocolates...

The past three weeks have been a worldwind that I am still desperately trying to cope and deal with. However majorly struggling.I have dug pretty dip and did not know feelings like this could emerge or exist so suddenly.
 It only seemed right to quite Forest Gump

My momma always said, "Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get."
I have found myself buying clothes to fill a gap and some may say there is nothing wrong with that. However when you bank balance is less than positive, it causes dilemma.
Copious amounts of Rose, chilled from a bottle, or I should say bottles have been consumed. Hours of listening to Adele and Ed Sheeran, on my newly bought Urbanears Canary headphones, I`ve put my hair in a lot of buns, cut my toe, and been extremely confused.
The whole time has made me realise that all these amazing friends and family that I quite often take for granted, have been more than anyone could ever ask for. My view of facts being facts has become more than a view but a reality that quite bluntly we all just have to deal with.
On a more dramatic note I have had to rescues mould from shoes, due to a damp problem, and at one point even suspected Mould on a Mulberry. That deserved another bottle of Rose in its self.
On a lighter note, some of the fashions I have seen have been the most beautiful ever.
I spotted this advert in Novembers issue of Vogue. A slight bit of excitement struck in I already have a half day booked for my placement so I can arrive by 7.30 to queue. All though I haven`t seen any of the products apart from these in the advert, I am a major fan of the jacket.

It’s hard not to comment on the spectacular that was, the S/S12 Louis Vuitton show. The pastel colours show a reflection of Mulberry, and the textures of the garments was something I instantly fell in love with. Not to mention how magical it all looked. 
The first thing I have fallen in love with since Mulberry.