woensdag 23 september 2009


As I told earlier I have some decisions to make. One of them is deciding what kind of job I like.

Within two weeks I will finish my study Health Sciences at the University which means that I have to start looking for a job. The only problem is that I don't know where to start. At first I wanted something in the health area, something with scientific research on infectious diseases and vaccins etc. But then I realised that such a job is not the right job for me at the moment. Oh yes, I want to do research in the health area on one time in my life but not on this moment.

Another area which really has my attention, and always had my attention is, how suprisingly; fashion. Before I did this Health Sciences study, I finished a study in Communication Science, so the background is kinda there. I also did modeling for quite some years (and still do it sometimes) so I also know something about that tiny little world. And ofcourse I just love, breathe, eat and drink fashion *don't we all ;-)*

But now I've reached the following problem; what kind of job in fashion? Do I want to write, do I want to create, lead, do PR...etc. I really don't know. That's why I decided to make an appointment with someone who does know. She is gonna help me with my resume, how I can present myself, and which jobs might be right for me. Next thursday is the day, and I can't wait!

I'll keep you posted!


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dinsdag 22 september 2009


A couple of days ago I bought the 20th anniversary edition of the Dutch Elle, but I did not had the time to read it until today. One of the things I really liked was the top 100 'greatest hits of the female wardrobe'. So what I did is, I made a list with the things of that top 100 that I did not have and wanted to have.

Here is my top 10

1). Carry all (Mulberry Bayswater in black for me)
2). Trenchcoat (didn't found the perfect one for me yet)
3). Ballet flats (wanna go for the real stuff now, so please London Sole)
4). Denim Jacket
5). Wonder cream (Clarins Beauty Flash Balm)
6). Kneeboots (more please)
7). Touche Éclat YSL (every girl needs a perfect concealer)
8). Sneakers (so comfy)
9.) Zipped hoodie (according to Elle; neccessary for an off-day)
10.) Lip balm (for soft kissable lips; Smith's Rosebud Salve)

What is your top 10 of must have greatest hits for the female wardrobe?

Source: Elle

maandag 21 september 2009


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zondag 20 september 2009


I am looking for the perfect bag for quite some time now and recently I decided that my perfect bag is a designer bag. The only problem is that I can not choose. Maybe you can help me out, or suggest other bags?

Mulberry Bayswater
Links uitlijnen
Louis Vuitton Speedy 30

Chanel Jumbo bag

Almost fell for a vintage but new with tags Mulberry Bayswater oak for 200 euro. But then I realized how impossible that was. Maybe I can better buy the new one for 650 euro's on the Mulberry website. Weird part is that the bag is 850 dollar which equals 577 euro. Strange for a UK brand is'nt it?
Source: Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry

vrijdag 18 september 2009


I'm enjoying the sun on my skin so much :-)
Very happy with this Indian Summer.

Source:  Vogue Australia September 2009

donderdag 17 september 2009

woensdag 16 september 2009


Found out about this amazing girl/artist/illustrator today http://caitlinquiet.blogspot.com/ Her work is really stunning and I've already pictured my new bedroom full of her paintings. Even better is that we not only can admire her pictures on the wall but can also wear them. Recently she gotten her amazing work on t-shirts. Check out some of the designs: You can buy the shirts at her Etsy shop and (Pepperminte) and at Redbubble.

Go and check it out!!


Last night when I was lying in my bed I was thinking about the past. About the dreams and the plans that I had and how they turned out. When I was 17 I did't know what I wanted to be when I grew up. Well actually I did know it, but my plans changed by the day. One day I wanted to become a docter, another day I wanted to become a model, and again another day I wanted to start the Dutch VOGUE or be a musical actress. But my changing plans were okay, I was allowed not knowing what to become. And that's the nice part about being young, you don't have worry about your future. Because your future lies far ahead of you. You can change your dreams and plans every the day, because you've got the time.

But now when I've grown up, or at least should have grown up, it feels like I'm running out of time. It's like I'm obliged to make decisions, decisions which are hard to make. What kind of job, where to live, getting married, having children etc.

Sometimes I wish I was 17 again and I could dream my dreams.....without making difficult decisions.....

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