My top 3 bloggers (part 2)


In today’s post, I want to share 3 blogs with you, that I follow and absolutely adore. I’ve written a post similar to this once before, which you can find HERE. It wasn’t a very great post, I admit, so I hope this one will turn out to be a lot better.

This chick's got style

The first blog that I’d like to highlight is ‘This Chick’s Got Style‘. The owner of this blog is called Yara, who is a dutch blogger, just like me! What I like most about her blog is the simplicity of her blog. Her way of writing is very easy to understand and the photos are very beautiful.

Jake and Jil

The second blog I would like to share with y’all is a blog called ‘Jak and Jil‘. I honesly have not a single clue who the person behind this blog is, neither what the photographer or photographers are called like. Maybe Jak and Jil? The blog is all about street style in different cities. Nothing more or less, which I absolutely love. I think it’s very interesting to look at different people and to try to get  inspiration out of every photo.

Fanny Lyckman

The last blog for today that is definitely worth following is ‘Fanny Lyckman‘. She’s one of Nelly’s bloggers and is my all time favorite one. I really like the fact that her outfit photos are super daring, but amazingly looking. I wish I had the balls to wear clothes like her and looked as stunning as she does!
Whose blogs do you follow?

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one of my favorite quotes


“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.” – Audrey Hepburn

I don’t know why actually, but ever since I read this quote, it has caught me so much. It has something very innocent, just like small kids.. Isn’t it magical how they can have fun with anything? You give them a wooden stick, they will play with a wooden stick, you give them a pen, they start drawing. Give them paper and a scissor and they can have a good time for hours. Everything will be okay and the everything in the world is good. No worries, ever..