LaPetiteBoss

“Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself”

-Coco Chanel

There is nothing more powerful than when you have learned to love yourself. Accepting myself, finding out who I am and surrounding myself with positivity is a journey, a process that I too am currently on. One of my favourite quotes is that of the one and only, Coco Chanel; “Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself” and she couldn’t be more right. However, it isn’t always easy. We encounter hurdles everyday, sexism, mental health issues, fashion faux-pas, and so forth, but don’t worry because I am here! For all my readers who want to learn how to love themselves, then this is the page for you! As a fashion addict, feminist and a lover of anything pink and sparkly, I will be posting about a range of topics ranging from the latest trends on the catwalks, to the most shocking news in feminism. And I want to hear your voices too! Email me with questions, comments or suggestions at lapetitebossblog@gmail.com or contact me on my social medias @AltchiAltchi or use the hashtag #lapetiteboss !

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