After spending a week in France and having a small break from all forms of work, I came back super inspired to create again. Whilst away in Paris I felt a real pang of inspiration from wandering the streets, browsing the independent stores and not forgetting the incredibly dressed French girls. I witnessed it first hand at how effortless the style and mannerisms, which make most of them the sexiest women on the planet! I have already started collecting images that have inspired my wardrobe for the next couple of looks.
Now I have officially gone freelance and I am traveling less for work, my days off are spent brainstorming ideas, creating content that I feel proud of, while still keeping style tips. Paris was a great place to reflect on the content I have produced so far and how I can push it further to more exciting places. I am still getting to grips with Instagram stories and IGTV. Some people have already put out some amazing high-quality content on IGTV, which makes me want to work on how I can include this form of content within my own work. The main thing for me is that my stories and videos match the quality of my images, so the work I put out on the app all links together seamless. Plus developing videos for Instagram is a nice bridge into the scary world of YouTube.
As much I love exploring new ways to create content, I am only ever going to write about things I feel truly passionate about and think you guys would love to see. Even though my blog is mainly fashion based I am loving writing about food and travel, so expect more of that content but please note it will always include some form of fashion within the post. As for sharing every last detail of my life, I’m going to leave that for the girls who are so good at it. Personally, it’s not my jam and I really don’t want to force a piece of writing, just for click baits. That is just not me and you would easily see through a post straight away.
So you can expect more fashion, travel and food because this blog is all about escapism like blogs are for me. Not to be taken too seriously..