Skip to main content

‘Gangster Squad’ Girl Date!


Hi guys,

It's been a little while since I've blogged and I must apologise.

I just had the worst week last week, so wasn't overly concerned with blogging. I'm feeling a lot better though and hope to be back to my best in no time. :)

Tonight was a thrill because not only did I get to see one of my best friends, Rosie, I also got to spend a few hours with my movie husband - Ryan Gosling! Anyone who has had the misfortune of meeting me, will no doubt vouch to being talked at, at length, about Ryan Gosling (sorry folks); so when his new movie 'Gangster Squad' came out, I of course had to check it out. So myself and lovely Rosie, had dinner, then made our way to the cinema.

I must admit, I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. I'm not really one for Gangster/Mob movies (I could quite possible scratch your eyes out if you bring anything of that ilk, near me), but I really enjoyed it. The fact that the movie has a dream cast, probably helped too though: Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn (one of my favourite actors ever!), Josh Brolin and Nick Nolte. I would definitely recommend it if you like any of these actors. :)

So, this is what I wore. I wanted to dress a little fancy as I've been feeling so crap, and a pretty dress always does the trick! Because it's so busy, I wanted to keep everything else super simple – it’ll be fab in the summer too! :

Dress: Luxe
Vest: M&S
Belt: Dorothy Perkins
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Tights: Boots

Oh, and because I'm an odd child, I thought it would be fun to add a couple of out-takes - the wind was not friendly today:

This was not the desired look!

Myself and Soph became a little hysterical :/

Hope all is well in your worlds - speak soon!

Love and hugs,
Isha
xxx

Comments

Post a comment

Popular posts from this blog

To BB or not to BB (Part. 1)

Success

In the blogger world, success is often in reference to money or exposure. Often these two things go hand-in-hand, in that the more exposure you get the more you are in a position to ask to be paid for your work/ name/ face, etc. Blogging has become a business for many and an aspiration to even more, but are we being realistic?

Don't get me wrong, I think it's great to have ambition and to work and strive for a goal or goals, but I also think it's important to be realistic with those goals. There are so many factors that come into trying to make a blog a business. For example, bloggers whom have been able to make their blog their sole source of income are often white, slim/ slim passing, a small fat, able-bodied, cis gendered, and/ or with euro-centric beauty. There are of course other examples that correlate, but that's the starting point. Not every blogger is going to fall into that blueprint, nor should we, but unfortunately we have not yet reached a point where said…

When a photo shoot is about more than just the pictures