The Very Last of 2014





This last month has been super busy, to say the least. Not only was this weird, in between year, coming to and end… my job at Brussels Airport was too. Although I might have only worked there for 10 months, I really learned a lot and got to know so many interesting (and also a bit weird) people. 2014 in between? Well, you’ll  find out what I mean by that soon enough. I’ve been keeping this a secret from you for a very long time now and some of you might have heard already but I still want to keep it a surprise as long as possible. It’s gonna be big and I hope you’ll still be by my side no matter what.

Happy 2015 lovelies, see you next year <3

Ph by Birgit Vrydag

Give me a Zign







Ahh, Sunday… I can’t even enjoy you for a second. I’m about to go to work and as of tomorrow, I’ll be enjoying a 10 day break. Ironic, because it’s my last month at the airport. But oh well, it’ll give me time to enjoy other stuff. Like my new pair of Zign shoes, for example. They were quite the eyecatcher when I visited the big SNITT sale last week and although I usually don’t wear flats, I’m loving them too. Maybe it’s the pointy toe, the zipper trimmed sole or the lacqué material… whatever it is, it works! Granted, it’s a tad too cold in Belgium for these babies but I’ll be sporting them as soon as I can!

In love too? They’re available in black and red at Zalando!

Make me your Aphrodite






Make me your Aphrodite. Make me your one and only but don’t make me your enemy

I’ve never been one to hide I have roots outside of Belgium but before I can even spell ‘I’m Greek‘, my name gives it away already. Having a name like this, has made various scenarios come to life. Questions like ‘Isn’t that a Goddess?‘, ‘Is Zeus your dad?‘ or ‘With an F or PH?’ have been asked repeatedly. But let me tell you this: I love my name! Jokes or no jokes, I honestly couldn’t care less. I can’t imagine my life without this name. And yes, as most girls, I have wondered about how I would name my children and I definitely would want them to have a Greek name. I even got two names in mind!

Besides having Afrodite as my name, I now get to sport it around in everyday life… on a sweater! This pretty cool piece is O’Rèn, a Belgian brand by two talented fellas from my neighbourhood. I was so excited about the whole Olympus collection and I freaked out when I saw that my name was used too! Thank you boys, I can’t wait for the Jeux de Mots collection!