Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Little jump to France...

Hi everyone ...

So in fact tomorrow is Thursday {you dont say} and I will be working a full 8 hours, leave Sawston {where I work} through Cambridge {take a train} to Ely {where we live};
Pack: outfit for Friday's travel to France, dress and shoes for wedding, outfit for way back to UK and outfit for London's 'photoshoot' on Monday {cosmetic, make-up and etc}. With all this on my mind {even more} I decided to write some cheeky quick post, with photos from my last visit to London. In fact, its quite late and I would like to go sleep in a more normal time than midnight. I am going to answer a few of your comments guys {for which I am so grateful} and hitting the bed.
Ps: all my 'selfies' from our trip will be on Instagram; @evelyn_jameson

Write you soon

Top - H&M

Trousers - Primark

Shoes - Nike

Rings - H&M

Sunnies - Vintage shop

Bag - CCC

Monday, 27 July 2015

'About'... Beauty size WOMEN

Hi everyone...


So after a nice but rainy weekend spent in London, I am back with another article from section 'About' and today it will be about ?


Whilst writing my last fashion post, I was not {at all} pleased with the way I look in general {and mostly on photos, they show everything} so I had to start doing something with myself and I have! Don’t get me wrong I am not overweight that I had to completely change my diet or start running every single day. NOPE! I just stopped eating sweats all together, eating less at the evenings and doing some pretty hardcore workouts with weights and a kettle bell {the workout could be more often but I have been quite busy these last two months, so have some mercy with me #noexcuse}.
That is pretty much how to lose the few kilos, which I put on during 11 months of the happiest relationship which I ever been in. Maybe after some visible success I could make more specific posts about all this mainstream healthy way of my life....Just kidding.

NOW, lets introduce to you to these Three LADIES, who love and proudly wear their curves.

Ps: Fashion doesn't care which size you are, fashion "loves" everyone with the same "love"...
Pss: Honestly?! I am standing in the dark corner with my jealousness over these Ladies confidence and love for their bodies. 

All photos are from these WOMENS Instagram accounts, which I follow by myself {@evelyn_jameson}.

Write you soon

Instagram: @asos_felicity
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Instagram: @daniellevanier
+ size fashion blogger

Instagram: @girlwithcurves

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Thursday, 23 July 2015

Well, well, well

Hi everyone ....

Back after a few days, feeling relaxed and on a good mental level. Well if I should be honest I didn’t feel like this for quite a while. Maybe not since I left Slovakia, which is like one and half years ago! So Yes! I am feeling more secure, and finally can see and fully appreciate how mine and Andrew's {my boyfriend} home is slowly growing. Plus my self confidence slowly stepping up the stairs {pretty lazy}. Yesterday {after long and long thinking} I went for Physiotherapy (I was in a little bit of doubt) and I feel soooooo much better now. I couldn't actually believe how relaxed and light I felt after one hour of pain (painful but worth it).  Love my 'new' back, got some tips how to stretch my muscles and how to properly hold my shoulders so I couldn't be more happy.

Topic number two.... is how I saw myself on few photos and my actual (not the imaginary) weight. I couldn’t be happy with the way I look, so I decided to do something about this, plus this is another of my lifetime dreams (have the perfect body) and start exercise and eat more healthy and blah blah blah... more about that you can read soon in a new article from the section 'About'.

Carry on to the thing which I will go throw in next days and its weekend with my lovely other half {Andrew} and his family in London where we will celebrate his 24th birthdaaaay! And the next thing is that at 31. of july {what is next Friday} we going to the second wedding this year which will be in France ! Yeay {dancing inside my head}. Sooo of course preparing some nice fancy outfit and hope so lots and lots of instagram selfies and etc.

This outfit I wore on my Topshop interview so at least you can see and comment and share and write down in comments what you think about it xxx

Write you soon

Dress - H&M

Vest - Primark

Jeans - Primark

Shoes - Zara

Necklace - New Look

Bag - CCC

Thursday, 16 July 2015

Up and down...

Hello everyone...

It's Thursday and I finally finished my application form for an Apprenticeship, so finger cross. When we are on the topic of jobs, let me mention that on Monday I had my second Topshop interview, at the Grand Arcade in Cambridge. Result?  Forge that! Basically I dont have experiences, any fashion sense, or communication skills, so I spent all my Monday's evening crying and feeling pity for myself {poor little Barbora}. But a new day came, I didn’t give up and started looking for another job {the 10 jobs before that I didn’t get any response, I am not gonna even mention ('dammit' I did it)}. And come up some 'fancy' Burger King job, and this Lloyds Bank Apprenticeship. So I gave to it a Go!

Enough about my unsuccessful career in UK and lets speak about something else.
I hope so that all of you like the new section called 'About' and the article about Dina Torkia, if you haven'tread it yet here is it :
The next one I am looking forward to write for this section, is something about sizes and social standard so.....I am not going to say more.
And last thing is that I have a couple outfits for the blog, but just didn’t have time yet to put it together and take pics, edit it, write it and post it, so please Excuse me!

Hat - H&M

Shirt - NewYorker

Necklace - New Look

Jumper - SecondHand

Shoes - New Look

Backpack - New Look

Monday, 6 July 2015

'About'...Queen of layering

Hello everyone,

welcome to my new section called 'About'...
Before a few days ago, I got an idea that I would  like to start writing not just about me and my outfits, but show you more from this beautiful world. Show you fashion without prejudice, and let you admire the beauty of differences between us people from different countries, religions, sizes, ages and etc.

Let`s begin....

Dina Torkia a.k.a Dina Tokio

First time I saw Dina in BBC3 documentary called Muslim Miss World, which I started to watch because of my curiosity. My expectations were really strict, {like person who grow up in Slovakia, country full of prejudices and fears of something different} but however after few minutes I was pleasantly surprised of Dina's attitude and her cuteness. The documentary was interesting and showed me something more about the Islamic religion; women wearing Hijabs and Dina's sense for fashion that wasn't possible to overlook.
When I found out that young energetic lady travelling to Asia for a competition is actually a famous Youtuber, I was well glad that I could see more from her life. I watched many of her videos and enjoyed every bit, but what I was most concerned about was the fashion and then my steps to continue on Instagram...

Dina`s youtube channel :
            web page:
            fashion blog:


 Who is she ?

Fashion designer, fashion blogger, Muslim Miss contestant, Youtuber and fashion icon for a lot of Muslim women around the world {even for me}, in short, she is person of a lot talent, who is still staying modest and interesting at the same time.
A 25 year old half British half Egyptian hijabi blogger,  with an "ideology" I admire:
-  it is about fashion, not about showing your body -
-  be different it's worth it-

Ps: Fashion doesn't care which religion you are, fashion "loves" everyone with the same "love"...
Pss: I'm mentally punishing myself that I didn't buy the Cut out Kimono from her collection....