Coming to an end of any chapter is never easy. No matter if it was a well written fantasy or a horror story, turning the page to something unknown can be one of the most difficult things in life. Can you tell where I am going with this blog post? There’s a mere 7 weeks left of college before I’m completely finished and a new chapter begins! It’s absolutely crazy and terrifying.
BUT pushing aside that scary feeling, the end of college means that something new is about the begin! That’s why you have to DREAM BIG. I firmly believe that if you set your dreams as your life’s intentions you’ll achieve them. If you put your mind to your dream, what’s stopping you from accomplishing it? Do the masters, travel the world, move to a new city, fall in love or simply find your own personal happiness. Push aside the fears that hold you back and embrace what’s ahead.
I thought why not accompany this post with one of my favourite jumpers right now! I decided to customise my TuneToo sweatshirt with the intention of dreaming big. Tunetoo is a website that I’m really loving at the moment. The concept behind the company is really what makes me excited! Tunetoo brings together french designers from all over France and gives them a platform to share their designs for their customers. Everything of the website is completely customisable too if you’d prefer create your own designs or engraved pieces.
The idea that french designers have a platform in which they’re rewarded for their creativity, truly shows that dreams do come true! Their clothing is for both male and females as well as many unisex options across all of their lines! My boyfriend styled one of the hoodies that I got which shows the versatility of their clothing… perfect for thoughtful presents if I do say so! I’ve linked below all of the pieces that I picked up from the website, happy shopping!
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All my love,
**DISCLAIMER: THIS POST IS NOT SPONSORED BY TUNETOO.IE BUT I WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO COLLABORATE WITH THEM ON THIS BLOG POST.I DO NOT WORK WITH BRANDS I DON’T BELIEVE IN, I WILL NEVER RECOMMEND SOMETHING IF IT’S BAD/ILL-FITTING AND I ALWAYS CHOOSE ANY GIFTED CLOTHING I RECEIVE.**