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    Stepping out of my Fashion Comfort Zone in Double Pastel Suede

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    Hi hello my party people!! And happy Friday! Today we got another outfit post from the beautiful Copenhagen! I think it’s so funny that I’ve talked about Denmark on my blog more than Ireland when literally everyone who follows me on Instagram knows how much that country means to me.

    Anyway, since we had such great weather in Copenhagen, I have another spring outfit for you! And one that is quite different than my recent fashion instincts. Super fancy, pink (who even am I!?), and statement jewelry. This was totally something I would have worn a couple years ago when I was more into fashion trends and trying new things, but lately, I’ve been in such a rut with fashion. However, I’ve been so inspired recently and am excited to go back to the States and have access to all my clothing pieces.

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    Wearing Red, White, & Blue in Copenhagen

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    Hola my party people! Warning, this post contains an absurd amount of photos. Like double my usual outfit post amount, and I even removed half the ones I uploaded!! I’m just so in love with all the photos I got this outfit okay? I hope you love them as much as I do!!

    So this was what I wore my first day in Copenhagen last weekend! We were blessed with amazing weather so I actually wasn’t even cold at all wearing this outfit! But if I ever did get a chill, I would just throw on the flannel and actually wear it, instead of using it as just another outfit accessory. I forgot how much I loved to use flannels as accessories! Scottish weather isn’t exactly always ideal for stripping off layers, more like piling them on.

    But we’re not talking Scotland, we’re talking Denmark today!

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    What My Worst Breakup Taught Me About Relationships

    Dealing with a bad breakup is always painful, no matter how old you are. But you know what? It’s even worse when you’re in your twenties because it really sucks when everything gets shattered into pieces – your spirit, dreams, wishes, and deepest desires, together with your young heart that has craved true love for so long.

    However, no matter how hard they may be, the fact is that breakups always teach us important lessons. Of course, most romantic souls take every defeat personally, wondering why everything fell apart so quickly. Well, I was one of them, too, and here’s what my worst breakup taught me about relationships.

    What my Worst Breakup Taught Me About Relationships | guest post by Scarlet Gratton

    Without a doubt, breakups are very traumatic

    A relationship involves two people – no matter what happens, both partners should take responsibility. That’s true for both good and bad situations, and people who are head over heels in love, like I was, often tend to forget that.

    I was the one who used to put all the responsibility on myself whenever something went wrong, without even realizing that it wasn’t about my actions at all in most cases. Whenever his actions hurt me in any way, I always thought about my own actions, trying to understand why he acted in a certain way and what could I possibly do to cause such a reaction. The more I thought about it, the more I felt that it was all my fault, which made me feel so awful, worthless, and discouraged. Whenever he was angry at me, he was behaving like it was all about my fault and not his own insecurities. Read more…