Saturday, 13 July 2013

Off to.. Nepal!

Hi guys,
After waiting for months, I am finally going on the trip I have been wanting to make for a long time, working as a volunteer in Nepal! My backs are packed, toe nails polished (even in Nepal I guess my feet have to look good in flip flops) and I'm prepared with loads of anti mosquito repellant. I'm so excited to meet new people and learn about the Nepalese culture. As I doubt I will have Internet connection, it means I will not post on the blog for the coming 2 weeks. In the meantime, enjoy your summer! Love, Louise

My new Herschel back in sand color, I can't wait to conquer the Nepalese jungle with it!

Thursday, 11 July 2013


Hi there!

For the best summer experience you only need a few things: sun, friends and music. For 2 years in a row now, I've been to this festival here in The Netherlands called Free Festival. The last edition took place on Sunday. Under the heat of the Dutch sun (very rare), my friends and I would dance and listen to some really good Dutch DJs!

As for my outfit, I decided to keep it simple and comfy. A couple of issues ago, Vogue Nederland, the Dutch edition of Vogue, came with a supercomfy t shirt that I can't stop wearing. My H&M shorts were just as comfy, and perfect for dancing and walking down the festival area. I finished my outfit wit my rosé watch, cause you have to watch the time if you don't want to miss seeing the DJ that you like, and my blue pair of Vans.

Friday, 5 July 2013

Back on the blog

Hi there!

It's been a while, but I'm back on the blog. A lot of things have been going on since my last post, with as a peak my highschool graduation! No more stress, no more tests or other things that could stop me from posting on the blog (apart from going on a holiday, but that's a nice reason).

Last Tuesday my graduation ceremony took place. At our school it's a tradition to dress up for this event; the  girls usually wear dresses and heels, and the boys wear their blazers. After spending ages looking for the perfect dress on the internet, I came to the conclusion that if I would order a dress, it wouldn't arrive on time for the graduation ceremony, so a panick attack hit me. Luckily, in the end I found a dress, which I bought at Mango. What better to represent my freedom from school than the birds on the dress ;)?

Mango, 'Dress with tropical print', €29,99,-

Me wearing the dress during the ceremony, after having signed my diploma.