Transitional Dressing & Fighting Fatigue

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Trying to stay positive right now but I’m finding life a little challenging at the moment. Our baby girl has been sleeping terribly these last few weeks, we think it’s the 8 month sleep regression, that and the never ending teething! She’s now also picked up a horrid cold which has been keeping her up even more. I know it’s way worse for her and all I want to do is take it all away from her because undoubtedly she’s more uncomfortable then I am but it’s still very tiring for us. As you may know I also suffer with M E (Epstein-Barr) and so I’m not just “mum not getting enough sleep” tired but I’m feeling run down with fatigue too.


Ah I hate it when it sounds like I’m moaning on here but I’m just trying to keep things real on here. I’m also so desperate to get my creative juices flowing with some autumnal activities but  between Nova-Rose not sleeping, me not sleeping, feeling unwell, catching cold after cold, there is also the non stop rain! Despite my moaning and groaning tone I am doing my best to stay positive, go with the flow, trust that I’m exactly where I’m meant to be right now and know that easier and lighter days are ahead. Please forgive my “mum life is so hard” rant.


Moving on to sartorial matters and this black on black combo and black looks may not be the best choice for someone who takes photos of their outfits (they don’t really pop) but I can’t let that stop me from wearing what I want. A classic turtleneck with the longer length shorts was for me a perfect transitional look proportionally speaking. The high neck vs the shorts worked well for the chill in the air, not too warm, not too cold.

Sending you love and light,

Daniella x






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