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Sans Beast Sans Limits

Ignorance is bliss. Until very recently I never appreciated the sentiment behind these three little words. Instead, I have long believed that ignorance is the enemy. I recently came across a statistic so upsetting that I wish I could remain blissfully ignorant to. That is that 70 billion animals are slaughtered every year for food …

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Be My Baaby

My mother often remarks that growing up I was a water baby. Even amidst the chill of winter you would find me dancing in the sprinkler. This love for the water never left. There is nothing more liberating than fully submerging into a pool, feeling absolute weightlessness overcome you as you drown out the sounds …

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Shop Sensibly With StyleFyle

Shop mindfully. Spend wisely At the heart of fashion is a basic human need. Clothes are essentially a mechanism to our individual survival. Over time, through the burgeoning and influence of culture, fashion has become more than a need rather a means of communication, self expression and a want. Participating in this marketplace can be …

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Introducing The UnCommons Vintage

Within days of turning 20 I made the choice to relocate to London from my native Australia. The goal was to find myself, see the world and hopefully bag a prince. Though my dream of becoming royalty did not come to fruition, my time in London fundamentally changed the direction of my life. The truth …

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Buy Your Own Damn Bling

Elizabeth Taylor famously divulged that “jewellery has the power to be the one little thing that makes you feel unique.” When it comes to all things bling, I can’t think of a more honest sentiment. After all, this is an everlasting market that is destined to have something for anyone and everyone. Equally so when …

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On Mondays We Wear Masks

If 2020 has taught me anything, it is to never say never. I have a distinct memory almost a year to date sitting in my local small bar discussing the black plague with my boyfriend at the time. I am haunted by the words that left my mouth that evening, being that “thankfully humanity will …