Lifestyle

Myself.

So I feel as though maybe I should introduce myself a little more. Here you all are reading about me and I don’t feel as though you know me well enough.

So here goes…

My name is Anastassier Hart-Parker.

I was born on 30th June 1995 in a city I left behind long ago.

I have one younger brother, currently aged 17 whom I am very close to and means the world to me.

You could say I had an idyllic and privileged childhood. I grew up between houses in the Cotswolds and London.

I went to a small girls boarding school in Lincolnshire and it truly was the best five years of my life. For A Level I took Biology, Chemistry, History and Psychology before eventually deciding to pursue a degree in Psychology.

I knew there was never any other place for me to go to uni than London. I mean, I considered other places but to me this city is just magical. I adore the hustle and bustle of central but then 20 minutes later you can be surrounded by the tranquillity of Richmond Park – a place that will forever be special to me.

I left school in 2013 after gaining a place at a wonderful London university. However, I didn’t take this place up right away. I felt it wasn’t necessarily for me at that time in my life and that maybe there were other things I needed to do first before I committed myself to three years studying one subject. Here I was more or less dedicating my life to one path and I wasn’t even certain of it. Continue reading

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Fashion

Party Dresses | H&M

Coming up in a couple of weeks I have a friends birthday. To celebrate, we are heading to Kingston on the Friday to see her birthday in and then Saturday night we will be partying in central London, destination as of yet undecided. So, naturally, I will be needing two new outfits!

However, living on a student budget is just as difficult as everyone makes out and I am scarily close to the perilous precipice of the overdraft. No matter how many meetings I have with my bank manger and how many times he has told me never to use overdraft, I always find myself tempted. I mean, with my student account I have an interest free overdraft which I won’t have to pay back until I’m 24… Paying on my debit card also feels as if I am getting everything for free – put it in the machine, press some buttons and HEY there are your new purchases (I’ve also just gone contactless which is even more magical!)

But back to the point of this post… H&M has fast become my go-to highstreet store for everything due to the student friendly prices. Click here to see my top H&M dresses on Pinterest.

Anastassier x

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