Fashion Month is over and the fall has find its way to London. The season of rain and greyness is here, which makes me very deep and philosophical. I just want to crawl into my bed, drink tea and think about life. Are we just another brick in the wall? Does all of our hard work finally pays off in the end? Does anything we do matters whatsoever ? My conclusions: Yes, most of us are actually just another brick in the wall and yes, sometimes our hard work finally pays off. But hey, the most thing in life is happiness and love (clich√©, I know).
It has been such a long time since I blogged. It has been such a hectic time! I have finally graduated from The Swedish School of Textiles and now are preparing to move to London. Internship at Belle Sauvage¬†and new adventures are waiting for me and I¬īm super excited. The¬†countdown can start!
¬†I really like this hip hop inspired look and I¬īm that kind of girl that dress dependent on which kind of music I listen to. For the moment I¬īm in a hip hop phase and try to discover new artist.The top I¬īm wearing on the pics is bought on a second hand shop when I was in Milan last spring. I haven¬īt had the opportunity to wear it that often and decided on wearing it for todays outfit.
Furthermore I¬īm a big fan of these pics, especially because they are taken by a dear friend of mine. She don¬īt have so much experiences in photographing but I think she did a great job :)
Hope you all are having a great weekend!!
I adore Christmas and basically everything that comes with it. And its kind of weird that I like Christmas and the Christmas sprite so much, especially when my family don¬īt celebrate it like Swedish ppl does.
Immigrating at a young age from another country, with a whole different culture and traditions, has it benefits. For instance, I celebrate two New Years (and Christmas), the Christian ones during winter and the Iranian one during the spring. This means that I get two presents and more celebrations to look forward too. Yeayy!! But the negative part of combining two cultures is that you don¬īt really celebrate hem properly and you don¬īt go “all in”. I am the only one in my family loving Christmas and wanting to celebrate it, but this doesn’t mean that we eat the traditional Swedish Christmas dinner. In some way (don¬īt ask me why), my Mom and I have created our own Christmas tradition, meaning that every Christmas Eve, we cook food from different parts of the world. This year we decided to go Mexican and made a Tacos similar dish and chocolate pudding for dessert. Delicious as hell!!!
I hope you all have had a wonderful day with your love ones. I have collected some pics that explains my love for Christmas. Hope you guys will like it!!
A Very full Tara.
I found this really funny app called Jul Foto (translate Christmas Pic) there you can add christmas stickers to pics. Amazing!!¬†Here is some pics of my dad, mum and me.