I’m so sorry it’s been forever! I just really wanted to let you know that I do not forget about the blog, but the past weeks have been crazy!
While still looking for a job, I’ve been taking extras here and there (a girl’s got to eat, ya know), and somehow, with events popping every other day, and a very big lack of sleep (or an health issue, don’t know yet) whenever I have some free time I just spend it sleeping. I guess it explains why I haven’t had a second to myself to either take an outfit picture OR actually take the time to write a little something.
With a 5 minutes window in my crazy schedule, I finally decided to do so. Since I haven’t shown you any outfits in like, forever, here are a few pictures taken lately, at parties, of by myself!
Playing Diva’s at Après-midi croque monsieur
And right after, at the Fly
Being my very own self, a wild bartender at Bar du bois – JX
Or going crazy for Jeudi Une Fois
And also being a good volunteer for the Saint-Sein party, against breast cancer
Drunk Happy Faces
Random elevator outfit
As probably a lot of you have seen already, I cutted my hair really short, about 2 weeks ago.
Now people wonder, how did I get there? Why would I cut my long, beautiful hair, that I’ve had long all my life, and go super short? Well here’s the story…
It started about then years ago, with this
Agyness Deyn for Jean Paul Gaultier. I believe that’s how I discovered Agyness, and I directly fell in love with her hair (and her style, later on). I thought the haircut was just fucking amazing, and wished for many years to have the same… but always thought it wouldn’t look good on me. However, I always had it somewhere in my mind, never forgot about it.
Then, lately, a few « celebrities » started to have the same haircut, people with different shapes of faces (I always thought I didn’t have a good shape for short hair…go figure!)
There was Miley of course
But then, there was also Garance Doré, which was a big shock. She’s always had long hair too, and her hair are super curly, just like me, and she had the guts to do it anyway!
And I thought it looked amazing on her.
The following step is that I met Alain Spaens, who owns the hairsalon by Joseph, a few months ago. And we started talking about doing a collaboration. I didn’t want to change my color, but for once, I was ready to change my haircut.
When I first asked him what he thought, he said « super short »! At first I was scared and said no. It was such a big change! But with time the idea grew in my mind, and I couldn’t stop thinking about it.
Since I know that he’s really talented, if I had to do it at some point in my life, it had to be with him! So I went for it! We first had a little meeting at his salon to talk about it, the place is just super cosy…
And then, the day after…. IT HAPPENED!
And then… VOILA!
I have to say I couldn’t be happier with the result! It’s exactly what I wanted, and it stays really me. People seem to really like it too, since I’ve got so many compliments.
So if you’re in need for a change, I would deeply advise you to pay a visit to my friend Alain at his hairsalon, his hands are magical!
Rue des Minimes 25 – 1000 Bruxelles
Today I take you, once again, back to my trip in Bali. I want to tell you about my trekking with Agus (Tikus), the guide of Authentik Bali.
We met each other on my second day in Bali, through other people. He told me about his trekking experience, and how it was. It interested me right away, especially since a trekking was already on my to do list.
And I have to say, it was one of my best memories from this entire month. I ended up booking a second trekking at the end of my stay, since I had loved the first one so much. All in all he has around 15 different treks, so I know I’ll probably do another one next time I go to Bali.
The trekking usually last the entire day, and Agus (Balinese for Augustin) will take you in the real Bali. Be carefull, there is no definite path, it’s the nature. You walk through rice fields, you climb, sometimes you fall, you walk/swim through a river. It’s the adventure! And it’s so much fun!
You also get to see the real Bali, which is truly amazing. You meet Balinese people that are far away from touristic places and that are really authentik. They are the nicest!
Another really good point is that Agus is french so I can do the trek either in french or english. And during the entire day, he will tell you all about Balinese culture and stories, which makes it even more interesting.
Enough talking, have a look at the pictures!
Selfie with Agus Tikus in front of the waterfall!
TripAdvisor: Day Trip Authentik Bali
Sessun, a french brand I deeply love since I first came across it, many years ago, just launched their first bridal collection.
The collection really represents the spirit and the style of the brand. It’s really french, simple, with cute details. It has that androgynous vibe that I love.
The really good news is that it’s really affordable as well since the prices go from 120€ to 350€.
Available as from march 25th, in Brussels in their flagship store 59, Rue Marché au Charbon (1000 Bruxelles)
Oh, and by the way, the collection is called « OUI », I just love it!
I think I could wear any of these outfit for my wedding… Or for any other days!
Today I keep on going with Nusa Lembongan, and will introduce Nusa Ceningan, which is an even smaller island just next to it. Both islands are related by a bridge, a small bridge…
The bridge from Lembongan to Ceningan
The Pirate Beach Club, one of the prettiest and coolest place to check out in Nusa Ceningan
While in Lembongan I also had the chance to go swim with manta ray
It was super impressive but really fun. Sadly I don’t have any pictures… But they were a bunch of them, swiming right by me! A really great memory
On my little « private » beach where was my bungalow… I miss it!
Sunset on the cliff in Ceningan
Another end of day at The Deck…