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Hello, dear readers! It was almost three weeks ago when I last posted and lots of exciting things have happened since. For starters, I've changed the blog's name from Sunday Carvery to Katberries and moved to a .com domain! I feel real cool having a .com website.
I've spent a good part of the past seven days deciding, designing, testing and coding. And voila! Here's the result. I hope you like it. If not, then that's too bad, 'cause I don't think I've got it in me to change it. 
I'm still working on a few things, but I couldn't wait any longer to go public. Let me know if something isn't working the way it's supposed to.


Top, h&m conscious, £3 // Skirt, River Island, £8 // Sandals, Gate Slovakia, €6


A couple weeks ago, while running, I found this pretty trail strewn with daisies and circled off birch trees (why is that?!). Well, I'd seen it a few months ago for the first time, but it didn't look nearly as beautiful - there were no flowers and the trees hadn't even started to wake up from their winter slumber. This little place is in Ancoats, a short stroll away from the horrible retail park. I'm wearing a skirt from a River Island winter sale where I fell in love with it, and never wore it till now. It doesn't seem to go with anything I own, (story of my life), so I decided to go for a bold pattern clash. Looks kinda alright! I'd rediscovered the h&m top on my visit home in April and packed it to come back to England with me. I think they have a dress with this pattern now, in their conscious collection, nevertheless, I got this one in a sale about a year ago. £3 everyone!

Only when I got dressed and sprayed perfume on my neck, I realised I look exactly like Marc Jacobs' Daisy. The sunshine edition. So, I took it along to be my prop. Even the sandals match the lid! 
I got the perfume as a birthday gift from my grandma over a year ago, and I'm only half way through it. It smells fruity, like raspberries. Sweet, but fresh. It took about an hour to choose - in every perfume I tried, I could smell a hint of citrus, even if there wasn't any. I don't know why most perfumes smell like lemon to me, but I sure don't like it.

I collected the fluffy dandelions and attempted to take a picture of me looking pretty while blowing them away. Well, let me tell you, it did NOT work. I don't see how anybody can look attractive doing that! I just looked weird. So I'll spare you.

Instead, I threw some daisies up in the air. For your pleasure.
Have a lovely Thursday!

x-x-x-x Kat x-x-x-x

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Hi, I'm Kat! A colourful wardrobe advocate and a capsule wardrobe graduate. Need any help finding your personal style and curating your closet? Advice on how to make most of the clothes you have? Or how to pack for an upcoming trip? I'm your girl!


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