Since getting my Iphone 5s, I’ve been taking FAR too many selfies.
One shoulder dresses = showing off the Agent Provocateur.
I’m such a minx.
Im feeling really confident with myself at the moment. I think I have finally encountered that beaut ‘penny drop’ moment when I realise that this is what I look like and I should appreciate my positive attributes instead of wishing I had green eyes or a slightly longer nose.
Doing a Fashion film and being offered modelling work has really opened my eyes and I feel far more at one with myself. I guess not everybody is going to think you’re stunning. Sure there’s a conventional ‘hot’ or ‘fit’ stereotype but it doesn’t actually matter. I don’t think I’m ugly. I don’t think I’m too tall or that I should strive to be thinner than I am.
I’m content - and it’s taken years to get here.
Me, modelling today in a studio. :)
Onesie and TV. College has officially EXHAUSTED me.
Today is my best friend Hannah’s 18th Birthday. She’s always fancied having her belly button pierced so as the dutiful friend that I obviously am, I went with her and was tempted to bite the bullet and have my nose pierced - something I have often wondered about.
Piercings are not my thing. They never have been. I had my ears done when I was 12 in a fabulous French jewellers, yet never craved more, other than the occasional urge to get my nose pierced. (Which I am happy I now have.)
I think rings look vile. They completely dominate the face which certainly isn’t the look that I’m personally going for. I decided to get a tiny silver stud because I think it can look quite pretty and actually quite flattering.
What do you think?
Beaut weather yesterday!
It’s not everyday that you get your hands on a beaut Hermès number!
Red lipstick on normal people = beaut
Red lipstick on me = baby prostitute
Life is so unfair why do no lipstick colours suit me? :(
Hannah (right) and I (left) at the pardy babyyy
This is me, Sophia Stancer. Nice to meet you.
…For those of you who don’t know what I look like and have requested this.