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DO IT


This post is the third outfit post that I've done in my five years of blogging. I've always known the top fashion blogs were ones where the author blogged about their outfit. But I enjoy writing, reviewing, and evaluating shows and the trends of upcoming season so outfit posts would come when I felt ready to. By ready to, I mean confident in my outfit, in my surroundings, and photographer, also the right timing. I've learned that when you're blogging you want to bring your best, because anything less, you don't want to put out there. And finally at twenty I'm finally learning to just do it.



I've made a million excuses as to why I can do outfit posts, from money to settings, and I decided I'm going to just do it. Everyone makes excuses and procrastinates, but don't let it become a habit and don't let it hinder you from your dreams.  If you've wanted to dye your hair, do it. If you've wanted to learn how to play the piano, go take some classes.  You've wanted to get fit, put on your sneakers, and jog around your neighborhood, or watch some Yoga on YouTube and join along. We always say what we want to do; if it is something simple, do it. Also don't be afraid to do things by yourself. You may learn something; you may actually meet someone doing the same thing as you, also alone. We all have these dreams, and they are sitting there waiting for us, we've just got to go get them.



SHIRT - Stretch Shirt in White, from H&M, similar here, and here.
SKIRT - Denim Split Front Midi Pencil Skirt in Midwash Blue, from ASOS, similar here, and here.
SHOES - On A Level Heel in Black, by Shoe Cult of Nasty Gal, similar here, and here.
PURSE - Oviglio Faux Fur Satchel, by Aldo, available here, similar here and here.
EARRINGS - Ruhi Cleo Horn Earring, by Melody Ehsani.

"Free your mind. Disentangle your mindset from what can set your mind from your true purpose. Dare when you have to. Enjoy when it is a must. Relax when there is the need to, but, don’t spend the time. Don’t let wealth be a hindrance to fulfilling your true you. Don’t let poverty captivate your true you. Don’t let the environment engulf your true purpose; if possible flee to be free to dare. We all have excuses. Yourself is the most important factor in fulfilling your true you. Free your mind!" -Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

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