It feels a little strange to write about a person you don't know and have never met, and the only way I feel that I can relate to Eva is from her films and interviews. I adore Eva as an actress, and I admire her in being so unashamedly herself and playing such interesting roles. … Continue reading Fives Ways I Can Relate To Eva Green
It's rare that no one has at least one item of black clothing in their wardrobe, even if it's a black pair of socks! Unless of course, you have a colourful rainbow of socks which would be perfect for mix matching. You might have a coat, t-shirt, pants, hat, bag, dress or shoes in black … Continue reading The Wardrobe Staples For Black Clothes
Sara Donaldson from Harper & Harley was one of the first bloggers I discovered several years ago, and as someone who wears black most of the time, I could relate to her minimal style. Sara wears a colour palette of mainly black, white, grey, camel and denim. She has a minimal style that reflects and shows … Continue reading Style File: Sara Donaldson From Harper & Harley
Fashion speaks in a way that allows one to express themselves without having to say a word. It's an expression of personal style. It's a way of presenting ourselves to the world, the way we see ourselves or the way we might like to be portrayed. I wear what I feel most myself in, and … Continue reading Why Do Some People Often Wear Black?
If you have a wardrobe where at least 70% of your clothing are black, you may relate with the struggle of finding certain items without everything mixing together. Your nicely folded clothing may end up becoming unfolded in an ocean of confusion. A great way to organise black clothing, is to go by each season. … Continue reading How To Organise A Wardrobe Of Black Clothes
When it comes to that time of the year to clean out the closet, the same voice over goes in my head. "Why did I buy this?", "How many times did I wear this?" and "How much did I spend on this?". A lot of clothes that are often left discarded were only worn a … Continue reading Why I Only Wear Black (Most Of The Time)