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Yours Truly, x

Yours Truly, x
I don't know if you've ever noticed, but quite purposefully my little corner of the internet has yet to succumb to adverts or banners. Now before you think I'm galloping off on my high horse, I can assure you I have no issue with advertisements on other blogs, in fact it can lead to finding great new labels and etsy shops, which is obviously great! I just never wanted it for Yours Truly. I always want my blog to have sincerity and integrity. Whilst I don't write all the mundane details of my daily life, I'd like to think I give an honest (albeit up-beat) account of my life. So with all of that said, when I received an email last week from a very pleasant lady offering me a pair of ghd's in the new pastel range.

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My Daily Style I do love grey tees, printed jeans and ethnic bags. Here you have a look with all of them! This soft and light tee from Free People is amazing. Sometimes it’s worth spending a little bit more for better-quality products. Do you like my Tuesday look? NAILED IT! photos by post designed by kristin ess There’s something really nice about taking a break from nail polish for a second, right? There are so many fun nail trends today that it makes you want to change things up… a lot! In this tutorial, we show you how to give yourself a perfectly polished, natural manicure that looks lovely and allows your nails to breathe.

Toronto punk squalor immortalized in beautiful book The wonder isn't just that somebody wrote a book about the Bunchofuckingoofs, probably the most unglamourous and confrontational product of the city's punk scene. Frankly, it would have happened eventually, if only because there's such a good story behind the squalor and occasional violence that typified the band's nearly two-decade reign as the clown princes and junkyard dogs of Kensington Market. The wonder is that Jennifer Morton's book, Dirty, Drunk And Punk, is such a handsome, coffee table-worthy volume, setting the Goofs' grimy antics in a gilded frame. Morton was a producer at The New Music when she filmed the BFG at Fort Goof in the late '80s - actually the second of two bunker-like refuges and after-hour booze cans the Goofs built for themselves in the Market, during the heyday of their infamy as downtown's most visible proponents of the punk lifestyle.

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A Beautiful Mess I love using cloth napkins to dress up our dinner table, and through the years I've grown even more fond of their sustainability and cost effectiveness. Though, I'm not sure how cost effective it is if you keep buying more and more cloth napkins each year! This holiday season I thought it would be fun to look at how I could dress up the napkins I already own to give them an extra festive vibe. Explore Top 10 Lists The Criterion Collection Top 10 Lists Mike Allred’s Top 10 Foreign Rings Necklace at Free People Clothing Boutique close Sorry, this item currently unavailable, please browse our other products. Details and Shopping Overall Average Rating: 4 out of 5 Customer Favorite

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