“A night out”

"A night out"

Black tank top
€9,55 – sheinside.com

River Island biker jacket
€81 – riverisland.com

Print skirt

Vans black shoes
€35 – amazon.com

Chanel purse
€1.750 – tradesy.com

Chanel earrings
€435 – shop-hers.com

Wet Seal bead bracelet
€8,68 – wetseal.com

Ray-Ban sunglasses
€155 – stylebop.com

Nike hairband
€27 – nelly.com

€510 – smartfurniture.com

NuLOOM rug
€190 – bluefly.com

Silver Lining wall art
€25 – bellahomefashions.com

Wall sticker
€18 – retroplanet.com



Crop top
€8,07 – newlook.com

Brown coat

Frame Denim blue jeans
€150 – the-dressingroom.com

Timberland waterproof boots
€160 – zappos.com

Givenchy handbag
€1.830 – saksfifthavenue.com

Kate Spade initial necklace
€51 – shopbop.com

Oasis gold jewelry
€54 – oasis-stores.com

Kate Spade stud earrings
€35 – 6pm.com



Crop tank
€9,58 – sheinside.com

RED Valentino short black skirt
€615 – harrods.com

Chanel black dress shoes
€390 – shop-hers.com

Chanel brown leather purse
€2.190 – therealreal.com

Majorica tahitian pearl earrings
€70 – neimanmarcus.com

Zero Gravity tech accessory
€21 – touchzerogravity.com

Accessorize flower garland
€14 – accessorize.com

Safavieh contemporary modern area rug
€39 – allmodern.com



Jane Norman pink peplum shirt
€40 – janenorman.co.uk

Alexander McQueen black leather trousers
€1.905 – mytheresa.com

Black strap pumps
€36 – publicdesire.co.uk

Michael Kors satchel hand bag
€265 – macys.com

Kate Spade studded jewelry
€42 – couture.zappos.com

Oasis gold dial watch
€53 – oasis-stores.com

Bling Jewelry golden jewelry
€13 – blingjewelry.com

Flower pendant necklace
€11 – okajewelry.com

Galaxy smartphone
€12 – amazon.com

Dark floral.

Dark floral.

Forever New black shirt
€41 – forevernew.com.au

Leather motorcycle jacket
€450 – bodaskins.com

Print skirt

Abercrombie & Fitch black sandals
€27 – abercrombie.com

Valentino crossbody handbag
€1.855 – liberty.co.uk

Tech accessory
€18 – togildthelily.com

Bridal hair accessory
€5,31 – newlook.com

H M hair accessory
€2,65 – hm.com

Suriname 2014 – 2015


Hi guys!

I promised you all the pictures of my holidays in Suriname. I’ve been back for two weeks now but I’ve been so busy so I couldn’t share the pictures earlier. I have been filming the biggest part in Suriname and shared this video on youtube. 

Ofcourse, here are some pictures of the wedding.

I still don't know why I wasn't smiling.

I still don’t know why I wasn’t smiling.

Khushi, my little cousin, and I.

Khushi, my little cousin, and I.

Really like this pic with my parents (:

Really like this pic with my parents (:

& mom.

& mom.

Here’s the video of my holidays, it’s quite fast but in fact it shows everything we’ve done in two weeks. Hope you like it x

Family is not an important thing. It is everything.

Terrorist attacks France

Terrorist attacks France

My prayers go out to all the victims of the terrorist attacks in France – 7/1/15 - It’s terrible and cruel how someone could do something like this to innocent people. Anyone should be free to say whatever one wants. I think it’s good that all countries have sharpened their security and everyone’s observant for any new attacks.

Luckily there are some people wise people who changed their minds. For example, this insider who gave Turkey some good information about where bombs were located. A bomb, located in a mall in Istanbul has been defused. Thanks to this person many bomb attacks could have been prevented.

But here’s the thing, many people (well, at least in my country) make up their own opinion due the happenings. Because of that, they look different at the Islamic people here. In fact, they somehow judge all the people from foreign countries in the Netherlands.  I’m one too. I’m telling you right now, those who kill did not do that for their religion, or any religion. They could call themselves ‘Muslim’ but I think any other, wise person would know better. Killing does not belong in any religion. Don’t blame innocent people for this. They notice it too. The man who saved some people by putting them in a freezer in the Jewish supermarket, he is a muslim. He thinks the attack was terrible, horrible. Now how could people blame it on such, good people like him? We’re all human and we all notice things. I see white, dutch people, looking back after walking passed a tinted man because well, he could be a terrorist, huh? I see white police men doing a step backwards when they’re getting a little too close to people who only look a little different. Isn’t that racism?


Referring to the terrorist attacks in France, especially on Charlie Hebdo.