Top: Charity Shop // Flares: Boohoo // Hat: Vintage // Belt: Charity Shop // Shoes: Converse // Necklaces: H&M

I've made in pretty obvious that recently I have been channeling my inner 70s gal, I'm always kicking out the flares and grooving away. I go through stages of drawing inspiration from different eras, but the 70s theme seems to be sticking around. When I look back on the 60s and 70s it looks like a place I belong. I'm not trying to dwell on the past or wish away my life, it's more of a reflection into discovering who I am. Something I've been thinking about a lot recently...

This year I've practiced meditation every single day for around 10-15 minutes, it's so much simpler than you think. People rave about the mental health benefits and after experiencing the practice for a month, I will say I am finding control in myself that I never knew I had. In doing so, I've realised that who I am is ever changing and no definitive description can ever pin me down. I've learnt how thoughts, sounds, feelings and emotions will always be growing and then fading every single minute. I believe that that mirrors who you are. 
Today I might be this sunflower gal from 1972 but tomorrow I might want to create something else! Life, style, expressions, interests, relationships, everything is always changing meaning so is who you are. Everyones always talking about 'finding yourself' and I think that journey is never-ending, learn to know yourself because finding yourself is impossible. 

So today I am this sunflower gal from 1972 and I am loving life. Can you believe this genuine vintage 1970s shirt cost me only £1!!! It will be a treasured piece in my wardrobe for a very long time. Pairing it with a pair of flares and converse is an effortless look, I love the clashing of patterns as it's all about the freedom of the 70s! As for accessories, I am IN LOVE with my baker boy hats at the minute. I found 4 at a vintage kilo sale in Manchester for the most reasonable price ever, definitely check out vintage sales or charity shops if you're wanting a cheaper one. I then opted for gold jewellery, something I'm loving more and more at the minute. I'm obsessed with my circle accessories so this belt and  matching choker complete the look nicely! 
I'm loving my 70s vibe at the minute, whats your vibe?

Lucy Jane