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Spring Has Sprung | Loepsie’s Life

Happy Monday my lovely readers! Last week I still had my down moments, although luckily I felt much better overall than the week before. I took it super easy this weekend and I’m hoping I’ve fully recovered now from that crazy week 🙂 The absolutely amazing sunny weather sure helped a lot! I went out on walks a lot to enjoy the sunshine and it was lovely. Let’s take a look at what my week was like!

Walkies! I took the ratties out for some playtime in my room. The rest of the day was spent doing my admin work & planning, you know the deal.

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March Weekend Loves #2

Happy weekend everybody! How are you doing? The sun is shining brightly over here and I’ll definitely be heading out today.
Over the past week I’ve gathered a bunch of favourite things, videos and links to share with you. Take a look at what I’ve loved!

This Channel

Jenny Mustard is a channel that has been popping up in my recommended videos for a long time, and every now and then I’d click one of them. Lately I’ve found myself clicking on them more and more often and really enjoying them, so I thought it only fair I finally subscribe. I especially like the videos where she’s talking with her husband, like this one. The videos are always packed with good tips and I quite enjoy the simple aesthetic.

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A Moment Of Weakness

It was a lovely sunny day, so I wanted to use the opportunity and take Robbert out to shoot some outfit photos. I had styled an outfit around this new burgundy red faux fur vest that I bought in Austria. When I saw this piece in the store, I instantly fell in love. Burgundy is one of my favourite colours to wear, as I’m sure you know, and I love pretty much everything else about it as well. The length, the cut, the fact that it has no sleeves… When I tried it on at the store and my mom said “you have to get this”, I said “yeah. Robbert’s going to hate it though”. I’ve always been a bit more daring with my outfit choices than your average Dutch girl. Jeans and a shirt is the norm here, wear anything more and people will think you’re arrogant and pretentious. I’m kind of used to giving off a first impression of arrogance and pretentiousness, and I’m generally fine with it as this impression is easily melted away by a bright smile and a cheerful “hello”.

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