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Its been coming to me for sometime now and this year i finally decided to practice slow style with determination. Well, you have heard of sustainable fashion that is brands that use materials that are eco friendly, pay right wages to their workers and follow a whole lot of ethical practices with the aim to take care of the environment. To only purchase and wear from such brands would be the ultimate goal but as of now with my lifestyle i can't really make 100% commitment to it. I would try more and more each year and hopefully soon get there but as of now what i could 100% commit to is Slow Style. 


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elan cafe hans crescent, london instagram cafe, cute cafe london, pink and green, spring in london, h&m jumper, pink wall london, a slow style, london blog, indian blogger, london blogger

elan cafe hans crescent, london instagram cafe, cute cafe london, pink and green, spring in london, h&m jumper, pink wall london, a slow style, london blog, indian blogger, london blogger

What i wore - Jumper & Trousers- H&M, Boots- River Island

Now what is slow style? Its a slower pace of consuming fashion. To not be moving from one trend to another and be all fashion fashion. Its about re wearing pieces in our wardrobe in different ways and styles. Its about buying less items. Its about not buying things just because they are cheap. Its about practicing less and being happy with less. 

This post is an intro to the whole concept and i would go deeper into the topic in the next post. 

Love

Chichi

What is slow style ?


Its been coming to me for sometime now and this year i finally decided to practice slow style with determination. Well, you have heard of sustainable fashion that is brands that use materials that are eco friendly, pay right wages to their workers and follow a whole lot of ethical practices with the aim to take care of the environment. To only purchase and wear from such brands would be the ultimate goal but as of now with my lifestyle i can't really make 100% commitment to it. I would try more and more each year and hopefully soon get there but as of now what i could 100% commit to is Slow Style. 


elan cafe hans crescent, london instagram cafe, cute cafe london, pink and green, spring in london, h&m jumper, pink wall london, a slow style, london blog, indian blogger, london blogger

elan cafe hans crescent, london instagram cafe, cute cafe london, pink and green, spring in london, h&m jumper, pink wall london, a slow style, london blog, indian blogger, london blogger

elan cafe hans crescent, london instagram cafe, cute cafe london, pink and green, spring in london, h&m jumper, pink wall london, a slow style, london blog, indian blogger, london blogger

What i wore - Jumper & Trousers- H&M, Boots- River Island

Now what is slow style? Its a slower pace of consuming fashion. To not be moving from one trend to another and be all fashion fashion. Its about re wearing pieces in our wardrobe in different ways and styles. Its about buying less items. Its about not buying things just because they are cheap. Its about practicing less and being happy with less. 

This post is an intro to the whole concept and i would go deeper into the topic in the next post. 

Love

Chichi

Learning anything just for the hell of it doesn't sound like a lot of fun for a lot of us. But maybe languages can be the exception to that? Because learning a language isn't just about learning a load of new words and how to put them together, it's about finding out more about other cultures and ways of living as well. Here are some benefits of learning a language that you might not have thought about.

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Work

Just the fact that you've taken the time to learn a second language can be an amazing career boost. Think about it; if you learn a language you are dedicating time to improving yourself, great at organising, able to take on new ideas, and clearly are a multitasker. According to Benny from www.fluentin3months.com, a second language on your CV opens doors; even if the job you go for doesn't actually need you to speak that second language!

Mind

If you can organise your work, social life, spending time with your family, and all the other stuff you do in your life at the same time as learning a new language, people will be envious of your organisation skills. And it's good for your mind; it's basically like giving your brain a good workout. If nothing else, learning a second language is going to do amazing things for memory!

Experience

Going on holiday? How much better is it going to be if you're going somewhere you can speak your second language in? Imagine browsing through websites like www.french-podcasts.com, and next thing you know, you’re sitting in a cafe in Paris ordering coffee and croissants in French instead of having to say it in English? The whole experience will be better just for speaking French. You'll be able to find your way around easier, read signs in shops or on posters without having to translate anything, and get to see the real, actual France. Why wouldn't you want that?

Entertainment

Ever browsed Netflix and thought about how many films or shows you might be missing out on because they're in other languages? Learning a second language helps with that too! Even if you start out with English subtitles. Imagine how many series there are just waiting for you to binge watch? And it's the same for online. How many Instagrams do you follow where you just look at the images and don't read what they say because it's in another language?

Open-minded

When we get to see the world only through our press and media, it's pretty one-sided. Imagine getting a better idea of what is really happening by reading the views from a newspaper or watching news in another language? “Learning a new language makes us think more about others anyway because we get to see how other people live” says https://www.languagetrainers.co.uk/ in their latest Instagram post. But the opportunity to see more than our side of a story is a huge benefit of language learning because we get to think outside of just what we know. Plus, the more languages you speak the more people you get to speak to. How many friends are there out in the world waiting to get to know you!


 Hope this post was helpful.

Love
Chichi

Benefits of learning a language


Learning anything just for the hell of it doesn't sound like a lot of fun for a lot of us. But maybe languages can be the exception to that? Because learning a language isn't just about learning a load of new words and how to put them together, it's about finding out more about other cultures and ways of living as well. Here are some benefits of learning a language that you might not have thought about.

benefits of learning a language, liberty flowers, indian blogger, london blog

Work

Just the fact that you've taken the time to learn a second language can be an amazing career boost. Think about it; if you learn a language you are dedicating time to improving yourself, great at organising, able to take on new ideas, and clearly are a multitasker. According to Benny from www.fluentin3months.com, a second language on your CV opens doors; even if the job you go for doesn't actually need you to speak that second language!

Mind

If you can organise your work, social life, spending time with your family, and all the other stuff you do in your life at the same time as learning a new language, people will be envious of your organisation skills. And it's good for your mind; it's basically like giving your brain a good workout. If nothing else, learning a second language is going to do amazing things for memory!

Experience

Going on holiday? How much better is it going to be if you're going somewhere you can speak your second language in? Imagine browsing through websites like www.french-podcasts.com, and next thing you know, you’re sitting in a cafe in Paris ordering coffee and croissants in French instead of having to say it in English? The whole experience will be better just for speaking French. You'll be able to find your way around easier, read signs in shops or on posters without having to translate anything, and get to see the real, actual France. Why wouldn't you want that?

Entertainment

Ever browsed Netflix and thought about how many films or shows you might be missing out on because they're in other languages? Learning a second language helps with that too! Even if you start out with English subtitles. Imagine how many series there are just waiting for you to binge watch? And it's the same for online. How many Instagrams do you follow where you just look at the images and don't read what they say because it's in another language?

Open-minded

When we get to see the world only through our press and media, it's pretty one-sided. Imagine getting a better idea of what is really happening by reading the views from a newspaper or watching news in another language? “Learning a new language makes us think more about others anyway because we get to see how other people live” says https://www.languagetrainers.co.uk/ in their latest Instagram post. But the opportunity to see more than our side of a story is a huge benefit of language learning because we get to think outside of just what we know. Plus, the more languages you speak the more people you get to speak to. How many friends are there out in the world waiting to get to know you!


 Hope this post was helpful.

Love
Chichi

Lets brighten our winter by wearing a bright green jumper and visiting a London cafe ladden with pink flowers. 

A bright jumper is just what i need to fight the gloomy weather. This one is from H&M. And it was super cheap, just £7 in the sale. The trousers are also from H&M. The fit is perfect and super elongating! I have literally lived in these River Island mountain boots since this autumn. It is my only shoe purchase in about 5 months and i can't help but pat myself for getting value out of every penny of the £70 spent on it. 

Elan cafe is just one of those places where you like to go to feel good or to brighten your mood, don't they mean the same thing, anyways. If i am not wrong there are 4 of them in London now with plans for more. This one is on Market place just 2 mins from Oxford circus station. The flower wall is super instagram famous as you can tell. Food is good. I love their mediterranean bread with eggs and tomatoes. The spiced chai latte doesn't look like tea and its actually not TEA TEA but its a nice drink that wouldn't offend the tea lovers. 

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What i wore - Trousers, Jumper - H&M, Boots - River island, Overcoat - Asos

Love
Chichi

How to brighten winter


Lets brighten our winter by wearing a bright green jumper and visiting a London cafe ladden with pink flowers. 

A bright jumper is just what i need to fight the gloomy weather. This one is from H&M. And it was super cheap, just £7 in the sale. The trousers are also from H&M. The fit is perfect and super elongating! I have literally lived in these River Island mountain boots since this autumn. It is my only shoe purchase in about 5 months and i can't help but pat myself for getting value out of every penny of the £70 spent on it. 

Elan cafe is just one of those places where you like to go to feel good or to brighten your mood, don't they mean the same thing, anyways. If i am not wrong there are 4 of them in London now with plans for more. This one is on Market place just 2 mins from Oxford circus station. The flower wall is super instagram famous as you can tell. Food is good. I love their mediterranean bread with eggs and tomatoes. The spiced chai latte doesn't look like tea and its actually not TEA TEA but its a nice drink that wouldn't offend the tea lovers. 

green jumper, élan cafe london, élan cafe market place, striped trousers, mountain boots, h&m trousers, effortless chic, london style, how to brighten winter, london blogger, indian blogger, what to wear in london, london cafe, london insta spot, flower wall london

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What i wore - Trousers, Jumper - H&M, Boots - River island, Overcoat - Asos

Love
Chichi

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