Dress: Zara | Sandals: ASOS | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban | Hair band: Forever 21 

So I just got back from Thailand a week ago, and I'm only just getting over my post-holiday blues. I had never been to that part of the world before, and I can see why it's such a popular holiday and travel destination! I can't wait to go back as soon as I can, and explore more of what it has to offer! I packed so many clothes, and was so certain that I would return with at least five new and inspired outfits posts, but boy was I wrong. This is actually the only one - major fail - but we were constantly on the go, trying to make the most of every minute, and so I didn't actually have all that much time to stop and really think about my outfits, let alone take blog-worthy photos of them. It's okay though, because this dress is one of my newest purchases, and the item that I most wanted to feature anyway. I picked this up in the Zara sale for just £19.99, and was initially drawn in by the print. When I went to try it on though, I fell in love instantly. Not only is the quality amazing, but it fits me perfectly, and the fact that it hugs the waist and skims over the hips with a slight A-line shape, means that it's SO flattering, and would look good on practically every body shape. I teamed it up with last year's ASOS chain sandals; they're simple enough that I can style them with most looks, but the chain detail also adds that little something extra. On my hair, I'm wearing an adorable Grecian-style gold headband that I bought from Forever 21, which I think ties the entire look together perfectly. I just love being able to add little touches here and there that really make all the difference.

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I recently wrote an article about anxiety and my lifelong experience coping with it, which was published in Gibraltar's Insight Magazine. I thought I may as well share it on my blog, as I know so many others who struggle with anxiety and similar issues. Opening up about personal issues can be so beneficial in opening the doors for conversation; you never know who you could help.

Flick to PAGE 68 or click HERE to read it now!

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