Tag Archive for layers

Transeasonal Challenges

Transeasonal Challenges

Transeasonal dressing can be so much fun – giving your wardrobe a seasonal makeover, playing with the latest trends, discovering new old favourites – but it doesn’t come without its challenges. How do you stay comfortably warm without breaking out in sweats if it’s super cold one minute and super hot the next? Layering is usually the answer – and… Read more →

External Influences

External Influences

I hate to admit it, but I recently realised that the looks I choose to wear on a daily basis are much less a reflection of my mood, my soul, my inner self, than they are of my surroundings, the city I’m in, the people I am out with. That is not to say that I would ever compromise on… Read more →

Experimenting

Experimenting

Look at that frown Ladies and Gentlemen! I promise you, this is not the frown of a hitwoman, who just left a murder scene…no…This frown, my lovely readers, is merely that of a woman with extremely light-sensitive eyes, who forgot her sunglasses at home. Dommage! If this pretty head wasn’t firmly attached… Anywho, now that we’ve addressed the elephant in… Read more →

Not so big City Life

Not so big City Life

Life in London may have turned me into a true urbanite on the outside over the years, but I’ll forever be the nature-loving villager I grew up as at heart. What I am about to tell you may come as a shock to you – especially if you’re still in your teens, but I swear, I’m not THAT old, and… Read more →

Seasonal Bliss

Seasonal Bliss

Since I started my blog in February I have noticed a huge shift in my perception of the four seasons. Before What Defines Us was born only two seasons existed in my mind: winter and summer. I hardly ever acknowledged spring and autumn as seasons in their own right – they were mere transitions between winter and summer, the time… Read more →