OOTD: New hair & dress!











Dress - Zara
Shoes - Selected
Rings (Sterling silver) - Glitter

As you see, I have updated my hair again to the fall hues now that uni has started. I have a sort of balayage with an ashy hue. I really hope the hue stays and doesn't get washed out! I also bought a new dress from Zara. It reminds me of the 60's! I'm obsessed with it and have already worn it a crazy amount of times.


XO,
J

OOTD








                        Wearing: 
                   Dress - Cortefiel
                  Head piece - Asos
                   Shoes - Bershka

Hello lovelies! I actually shot this look a few weeks ago but I've been a bit lazy with uploading, as you might have noticed. I have another outfit of the day coming up as well and I have a feeling that you're going to love it! 
I'm a bit stressed out at the moment because my flight back to Maastricht leaves tomorrow morning at freaking 8 am, and there's still a crazy amount of errands I need to take care of. It's typical me to leave things for the last minute. Even though, technically I haven't since there's still time (my bad math head ruins this joke, but like HOURS) until its 7:59 am. So technically I haven't left everything for the last minute, because I'm responsible like that... Ahem. 
(I'm pretty sure I stole that joke from a meme. Chill out copyright lawyers.)
Anyways, back to things that matter, par conséquent, my outfit. (Hair flip.) If you read my blog you might notice that I wore the same dress as a casual beach throw-on in spain. I was suprised to see how well the dress works both in an extremely casual setting (such as a beach) and a more smart casual/fancy setting as well.  All in all, very convenient and wearable.  It all boils down to stripes, which are widely popular at the moment. (Take Zara, for example. Stripes everywhere.) Vertical stripes are almost always (like, with 1% statistical margin, which basically doesn't exist, excluding bad luck) smart casual. When you find a comfortable garment and add stripes to it- BAM- you get immediate transformability. If I was good at math I'd write you a formula.
Anyways, now I'm off to all the tasks that are not being taken care of at the last minute. (I'm actually walking in the city and typing at the same time, no lie...)
Until next post!
Xo,
J

See I didn't lie. I'm a mess

Greece: Thessaloniki + Halkidiki

Oh man! It has been way too long since I last uploaded a post. Here are some more pictures from my travels in Greece, this time in Thessaloniki and Halkidiki. I still have some nice shots from Athens that I haven't uploaded, but since I've been having trouble with with the export of the pictures from my memory card, I thought I'd make a separate post as a throwback some time later during the year.
Furthermore, I did include some of my outfits from the vacation but I will not include what is from where, what shops, etc. If you wish to know, you can always comment below or ask via email!

Thessaloniki and Halkidiki were both amazing. Thessaloniki is a big city in Greece but as opposed to Athens, it's located by the sea. Even though it was super hot during my stay (I think the local heat record was broken on one of the days), the city was still full of life. As my local friend showed me, the thessalonikians like to spend their time off by lounging in the hip sea side cafés and sipping frappe. Despite my vow to avoid shops, we also ended up hitting the shops in down town. In my defence though, the sales were crazy. In Zara they had products with 50% off!! Good thing I didn't buy the whole store. To be honest, if I hadn't been so worried about whether my money extended to keep me fed during the trip I probably would have...

In contrast to the city life, Halkidiki was the perfect beach get-away. It consists of three peninsulas, of which two of them contain awesome beach clubs and holiday resorts. A lot of people who live in Thessaloniki have a summer house in Halkidiki or go there for a summer holiday. Interestingly enough, the third peninsula contains a monastery (Ouranoupoli) and is completely closed off from women.


Thessaloniki


























 Halkidiki