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If you're not familiar with Polyvore, I think I should explain something. Polyvore is a website and app that helps you discover outfit ideas and come up with your own. You can look at others' outfit sets and make your own. All the items will be automatically displayed underneath your set with price and brand for others to see where to buy the items. I think Polyvore is an amazing tool to show what your kind of style is and also be inspired by others'.

I decided to sign up and play around for a bit and today I'm here to show you three of my first ones. They're all pretty vintage based and not very appropriate for the weather at the moment – which just shows that I can't wait for warmer weather to be back.




Will We Meet Again? is a set inspired for the style I prefer when going out for a day, like going to the movies, going to see museums or see plays, like going on a short trip. It's casual, yet trendy, not much hanging around or being in the way.



Today I'll Show You The Real Me is a set inspired by the 90's. My mother used to wear such jeans and shoes back in the day and I thought it would be fun to revive it. Casualties for staying in at a friend's or going to the coffee shop for a read.



I've Got Homework is a set dedicated to college days. It's cute, it's trendy, it's casual. You might have noticed by now, I tend to go for casual always. And that's kind of a must for college, in my opinion. Not much clutter around, just an easy outfit.

Now tell me, do you use Polyvore? What do you think of these sets? If you fancy, you can follow me on Polyvore here! Can't wait to look through yours.

Until then – stay groovy,
Hannie Arden

Vintage Inspired Polyvore Sets

1/19/2017

If you're not familiar with Polyvore, I think I should explain something. Polyvore is a website and app that helps you discover outfit ideas and come up with your own. You can look at others' outfit sets and make your own. All the items will be automatically displayed underneath your set with price and brand for others to see where to buy the items. I think Polyvore is an amazing tool to show what your kind of style is and also be inspired by others'.

I decided to sign up and play around for a bit and today I'm here to show you three of my first ones. They're all pretty vintage based and not very appropriate for the weather at the moment – which just shows that I can't wait for warmer weather to be back.




Will We Meet Again? is a set inspired for the style I prefer when going out for a day, like going to the movies, going to see museums or see plays, like going on a short trip. It's casual, yet trendy, not much hanging around or being in the way.



Today I'll Show You The Real Me is a set inspired by the 90's. My mother used to wear such jeans and shoes back in the day and I thought it would be fun to revive it. Casualties for staying in at a friend's or going to the coffee shop for a read.



I've Got Homework is a set dedicated to college days. It's cute, it's trendy, it's casual. You might have noticed by now, I tend to go for casual always. And that's kind of a must for college, in my opinion. Not much clutter around, just an easy outfit.

Now tell me, do you use Polyvore? What do you think of these sets? If you fancy, you can follow me on Polyvore here! Can't wait to look through yours.

Until then – stay groovy,
Hannie Arden

Today I'm happy to talk about my favourite magazine out there. The themessyheads.com team has recently launched their second issue on their "Messy Heads" magazine and after purchasing and receiving it, I thought I'd share the love. I actually do love their blog as well so make sure to check it out! I really think you'd enjoy their content.



The Messy Issue is a quarterly published magazine that can be purchased on their site, in their shop. Each issue focuses on one specific theme in depth, Issue 1 on finding yourself and your true purpose and Issue 2 on being a rebel in all kinds of the sense. The issues are displaying the editors' thoughts, featured influential social media creators' input, interviews with their contributors and gorgeous photography (mostly vintage inspired which I absolutely love) and invite the reader to participate in thinking about each topic themselves.
The weird name “The Messy Heads” was chosen because we want you to know right from the get-go that we are not seeking perfection. You won’t find how to get perfect hair, say the right thing to guys, or learn 10 ways to lose 10 pounds before summer. We want you to realize that perfection is unattainable, and life is better lived messy.



I love the Messy Heads blog and magazine because I admire how raw, unfiltered, yet deeply thought over and uncut their content is. The way the editor Emma Mercury put everything together is just so lovely, making me excited to flip through the pages of the magazines because they are so aesthetically pleasing to look at as well. The little snippets and short stories really awaken the inspiration for the writer in me and I am looking forward to many more issues to read.

Have you heard of the Messy Heads before?

Until then – stay messy,
Hannie Arden

The Messy Heads Magazine

1/17/2017


Today I'm happy to talk about my favourite magazine out there. The themessyheads.com team has recently launched their second issue on their "Messy Heads" magazine and after purchasing and receiving it, I thought I'd share the love. I actually do love their blog as well so make sure to check it out! I really think you'd enjoy their content.



The Messy Issue is a quarterly published magazine that can be purchased on their site, in their shop. Each issue focuses on one specific theme in depth, Issue 1 on finding yourself and your true purpose and Issue 2 on being a rebel in all kinds of the sense. The issues are displaying the editors' thoughts, featured influential social media creators' input, interviews with their contributors and gorgeous photography (mostly vintage inspired which I absolutely love) and invite the reader to participate in thinking about each topic themselves.
The weird name “The Messy Heads” was chosen because we want you to know right from the get-go that we are not seeking perfection. You won’t find how to get perfect hair, say the right thing to guys, or learn 10 ways to lose 10 pounds before summer. We want you to realize that perfection is unattainable, and life is better lived messy.



I love the Messy Heads blog and magazine because I admire how raw, unfiltered, yet deeply thought over and uncut their content is. The way the editor Emma Mercury put everything together is just so lovely, making me excited to flip through the pages of the magazines because they are so aesthetically pleasing to look at as well. The little snippets and short stories really awaken the inspiration for the writer in me and I am looking forward to many more issues to read.

Have you heard of the Messy Heads before?

Until then – stay messy,
Hannie Arden

//   I n   t h e   l i f e

– I've been sick the past, like, two weeks so that was great! Blocked and runny nose, painful throat, nonstop coughing... All that jazz. It turned out to be the flu and I did feel like I was dying and barely got out of bed – and when I did, I couldn't talk to people and had to remain communicating with sign language and ridiculous pantomime. A post on beating colds upcoming! 

– Slowly everything is coming together. I found someone who would take over my flat since I'm moving to London upcoming March for six months and everything is being planned. I'm so glad I have "one less problem" to take care of.

– Exams are coming up and I'm in the midst of preparing for them. Beating procrastination isn't all too easy but I'm working hard because I know the disappointment in myself will be horrendous if I don't pass the exams because of the amount of shows I watched instead of studying.


//   W a t c h i n g

Since I had my best friend Lu here with me for a few days, we did end up watching two K-Dramas.


Dream High

For me it was a re-watch of Dream High and I'm glad I watched it again because some lessons in there are really inspirational and let's talk about the music! Love. Dream High is about six unlikely students at Kirin High School with the dream of becoming K-Pop idols. They learn to develop their skills while they start to develop unlikely feelings for each other. Each one of them has their own strengths and weaknesses but they strive to debut with the support and guidance of each other. A fun tale about friendship, competition, jealousy and personal growth which I would definitely recommend. 



Goblin

In ancient times, Kim Shin is an unbeatable general in wars until the young King becomes jealous of him and kills him. Kim Shin becomes a Goblin, possessing an immortal life – first seen as a blessing but then turning out to be an endless curse. Closer to the present day, Kim Shin is living with an amnesiac Grim Reaper and has waited 900 years for his human bride to end his immortal life. 


Everything about this show had us hooked since the beginning and we did only get to sleep at 6 in the morning. Totally recommended for anyone who enjoys fantasy, a crossing of Goblin and Grim Reaper, their hilarious banters and amazing parallels and character development. 


//   M u s i c

  • I am deeply in love with the Goblin Soundtrack, especially the song "Stay With Me" by Punch and EXO's Chanyeol. 
  • This Ex's and Oh's cover by Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens is my new religion. 
  • Ed Sheeran is back with new songs and I cannot be happier!
  • A.C.E is a Korean group that hasn't even debuted yet but has gained popularity already by uploading singing and dancing covers. And boy, I am in love with these vocals. No offence to Blackpink but A.C.E really have the ability to make the original songs seem dull. 

What have you been enjoying this past week? 

Until then – stay cozy,
Hannie Arden

Fin Of The Week | Vol. 9

1/15/2017


//   I n   t h e   l i f e

– I've been sick the past, like, two weeks so that was great! Blocked and runny nose, painful throat, nonstop coughing... All that jazz. It turned out to be the flu and I did feel like I was dying and barely got out of bed – and when I did, I couldn't talk to people and had to remain communicating with sign language and ridiculous pantomime. A post on beating colds upcoming! 

– Slowly everything is coming together. I found someone who would take over my flat since I'm moving to London upcoming March for six months and everything is being planned. I'm so glad I have "one less problem" to take care of.

– Exams are coming up and I'm in the midst of preparing for them. Beating procrastination isn't all too easy but I'm working hard because I know the disappointment in myself will be horrendous if I don't pass the exams because of the amount of shows I watched instead of studying.


//   W a t c h i n g

Since I had my best friend Lu here with me for a few days, we did end up watching two K-Dramas.


Dream High

For me it was a re-watch of Dream High and I'm glad I watched it again because some lessons in there are really inspirational and let's talk about the music! Love. Dream High is about six unlikely students at Kirin High School with the dream of becoming K-Pop idols. They learn to develop their skills while they start to develop unlikely feelings for each other. Each one of them has their own strengths and weaknesses but they strive to debut with the support and guidance of each other. A fun tale about friendship, competition, jealousy and personal growth which I would definitely recommend. 



Goblin

In ancient times, Kim Shin is an unbeatable general in wars until the young King becomes jealous of him and kills him. Kim Shin becomes a Goblin, possessing an immortal life – first seen as a blessing but then turning out to be an endless curse. Closer to the present day, Kim Shin is living with an amnesiac Grim Reaper and has waited 900 years for his human bride to end his immortal life. 


Everything about this show had us hooked since the beginning and we did only get to sleep at 6 in the morning. Totally recommended for anyone who enjoys fantasy, a crossing of Goblin and Grim Reaper, their hilarious banters and amazing parallels and character development. 


//   M u s i c

  • I am deeply in love with the Goblin Soundtrack, especially the song "Stay With Me" by Punch and EXO's Chanyeol. 
  • This Ex's and Oh's cover by Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Hudgens is my new religion. 
  • Ed Sheeran is back with new songs and I cannot be happier!
  • A.C.E is a Korean group that hasn't even debuted yet but has gained popularity already by uploading singing and dancing covers. And boy, I am in love with these vocals. No offence to Blackpink but A.C.E really have the ability to make the original songs seem dull. 

What have you been enjoying this past week? 

Until then – stay cozy,
Hannie Arden
Vietnam, on the way to and inside of Da Lat, some time ago (I think it might have been 2013 but my memory sucks. Which is also why I don't remember the names of these places at all). I've been on the road with my family for a day or two or more in a caravan just driving towards mountains and through forests and packed streets of Vietnam. I miss it so I'm posting this photo palette.

A huge, cute park with a lot of symbols for love that we stumbled across on our way to Da Lat. 

I think we were on our way to get ice cream from the other side of the street. Blurry model: my younger cousin.

We went to a water park for a short time and I happened to be very fascinated by this huge fish not moving an inch.

My little baby cousin being playful on some benches in a park where I got bit by a hundred mosquitos.

I was sitting on the back of my cousin's motorbike and looking over the lake in the middle of Ha Dong's city. 

My aunt and baby cousin waiting for the rest of the family to get ready for our little adventure.

Pictures by: me
Edited with: Lightroom

Have you been to Vietnam? Are you planning on going? Did you ever just spend days in a caravan driving from one sleeping place to another?

Until then – stay adventurous,
Hannie Arden

Photo Palette: Vietnam some time ago

1/12/2017

Vietnam, on the way to and inside of Da Lat, some time ago (I think it might have been 2013 but my memory sucks. Which is also why I don't remember the names of these places at all). I've been on the road with my family for a day or two or more in a caravan just driving towards mountains and through forests and packed streets of Vietnam. I miss it so I'm posting this photo palette.

A huge, cute park with a lot of symbols for love that we stumbled across on our way to Da Lat. 

I think we were on our way to get ice cream from the other side of the street. Blurry model: my younger cousin.

We went to a water park for a short time and I happened to be very fascinated by this huge fish not moving an inch.

My little baby cousin being playful on some benches in a park where I got bit by a hundred mosquitos.

I was sitting on the back of my cousin's motorbike and looking over the lake in the middle of Ha Dong's city. 

My aunt and baby cousin waiting for the rest of the family to get ready for our little adventure.

Pictures by: me
Edited with: Lightroom

Have you been to Vietnam? Are you planning on going? Did you ever just spend days in a caravan driving from one sleeping place to another?

Until then – stay adventurous,
Hannie Arden

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