Life in manual mode








BREAKING NEWS: I've started practicing with manual mode on my camera so I'm warning you now. But, actually, if you don't mind me saying so, these are probably the nicest pictures I've taken in a while and I felt like I had much more control over the way they came out (minus a couple of unintentionally blurry ones, of course). I could get used to this.

In other news, I just got these new jelly sandals today. I know people either love them or hate them but personally, I have loved them since the day I got my first pair at like, age 4. Some jellys have hurt my feet before but I still wear them because I'm crazy like that. But, I am happy to report that these didn't hurt at all after wearing them for a couple of hours. And, as a bonus, I was pleasantly surprised to see they are made in England. Sometimes it gets a little boring seeing "Made in China" on everything, you know? 

Outfit details: Sunglasses- Old Navy//Top - Marshalls//Jeans - Calvin Klein//Jelly sandals - ASOS

This is NOT a sponsored post. 


  1. Great that you started using manual mode! It's so much better, just takes a little (or a lot, I'm still learning =D) practise. Oh and I absolutely love love the first picture!

  2. Hello from Spain: I like your shoes are made ​​in England. I'm sick of everything is made in China. Low quality and poor. Nice pictures. Keep in touch

  3. V! I've been using manual on my camera for a year now and I've learned so much! Let me know if you need any help or want to learn any tips.
    Also, love the shoes.

  4. I love love love these photos! My favourites have to be the first one where you and Djinn Djinn could be dancing, the one with the sequins because it's so pretty and the one where Djinn Djinn is on your lap - it just sums up how amazing your relationship is! Your photos turned out so well, I can't wait to see more :) xxx p.s. I love that your shoes were made here! I'll have to check asos for jelly shoes!