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Striped! Take 2!

Hi all!


At this point, even I am ashamed of apologizing for long absences. I read a tweet the other day saying "are you really a blogger if you don't open every post with ...I'm sorry I've been away..." I found it funny and sad at the same time. I'm sure you can imagine why.


I'll be honest anyway. It's a struggle to curate content when it seems like your reach is dwindling everyday. Sharing and publicizing posts is frankly my biggest challenge with blogging.

There's only so much "Please Read and Rt/Share" that you can send out without feeling like a bother to friends and family.


I've come to understand however that it won't get easier so I might as well suck it up and get my hands dirty.

On that note, I'd like to sincerely thank you all for sticking with me through this journey. For checking in even when you're not quite sure that you're going to find something new. For engaging with me in the comment section and on my social media pages, I say thank you! You keep me going.


I did this shoot a couple of months ago and have sat on the pictures since then. Mostly because I wasn't sure what direction to make a theme off.


I've previously styled stripes on stripes here, and didn't want to do that again. I thought about a pajama style theme which is what I had in mind when I bought the fabric for both pieces but I still wasn't sure that I had nailed that. I finally decided to just share them and let you pick what theme comes through for you.


As you may have noticed over time, loose-fitting clothes are my go-to. Apart from the fact that I like to be able to eat whatever without worrying about a food pouch right after, I just do not like to feel like I'm tied up. One day, I was having a really irritable day. you know those ones when you can't quite put a finger to what the problem is but you find yourself snapping at everyone? It got so bad I decided to go home and take a nap. The moment I took my clothes off, I instantly felt better. They were too tight yo! True story.

My mum complains all the time about my choice of clothes which she insists does nothing for my amazing body. Hey! Her words not mine.


The year is almost over and I want to ask if you checked off all your new resolutions but I think I can hear someone asking me to keep my voice down.

I have a Christmas theme post like the last one here in the works, so stick around for that yeah? I also have a travel post somewhat like this one here which I intend to share sometime before Jesus comes.


How has your year been? Looking forward to a new year? Let's catch up in the comment section.

Until Next Time,
It's Tee

Comments

  1. lol girl well i do hope you share that travel post before Jesus comes and don't mind mommy, bigger clothes are so much better and comfier. Love the mixed stripes especially the trousers.
    Princess Audu

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  2. Sigh, I can totally relate to the blogging struggle,but i'm also going to suck it up and find a better strategy. Love your pants and loose fitting clothes are the best!

    www.zonnabyuzo.com

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  3. I always look forward to your posts, can't wait for travel post. kudos

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  4. Always a delight to view your pictures.

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