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i’m wearing a vintage dress from the bread and butter letter and fake gucci heels from china town on ti rakau drive. flowers are from cartier for flowers in newmarket which is utterly gorgeous! and i got my hair did and now it looks sun-bleached blonde.

the holidays are fast finishing but i still have one very exciting thing coming up tomorrow! i’m going to festival one which is a christian music festival and all of my friends will be there and i haven’t seen most of them all holidays because we have all been busy! so i am super excited, i’m rarely never not excited to be honest though!

i got gifted these beautiful blooms from my mum’s friend alma who owns cartier for flowers. my mum used to work there so we popped in to say hello and came out with blooms! so blessed!

i can’t wait to create and shoot more things in 2018, i’m doing to hawaii in april and i cannot wait to go!

thanks for all the love and support, xxx frankie!


a lil prayer: i pray that your remember to care for yourself, show yourself the love you tirelessly show others.


My Weekend.

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Hello lovelies! Three cheers for the long weekend aye!

I did so much and while I did it I took some photos! Saturday morning started with breakfast at Bambina on Ponsonby Road. I had oats with berries, yoghurt and pear, and oh my gosh it was great! I really love oats. Porridge with coconut is generally my everyday go to.  And I had a juice and read the new Australian Vogue, it was a good morning!

I went out for dinner during the week and I got to take my new pink plastic jelly bag out, it fits so much and is so cute – I got it from the fairy shop.

Around Ponsonby, there are some really cool houses, buildings, and this time cars! There was a pastel pink car and it was so cool!

Anyway, that was a weird little ramble, exams are coming up so I’ll try my hardest to keep creating cause I love doing it!  Anyway, thanks for reading!

xxx Frankie.


The things I loved in the Holidays.

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Happy Friday (for some of you)! Week one of Term two over and to be honest I have found it very tricky to get back into the swing of things.  For some unknown reason I haven’t been sleeping very well, I have only been getting about 5 hours each night. So school has well and truly taken a hold of me but I thought I would share and reminisce on the things I loved during the holidays!


As it was my birthday in April (there’s a post on that) I had some birthday spending money! I loved walking around the shops with my mum, brother, and friends without a time frame. I got some gorgeous clothes and knickknacks that I will share with yall soonish!


Auckland is a pretty big place and I think there is nothing better than being a tourist in your own city. I walked down Queens street,  Walked around Wynyard Quarter and checked out the World Masters games entertainment hub on Queen’s wharf, I went to Devonport, shopped at Britomart.  I had a fabulous time!


As I had more time in my day I put a little bit more time in the food I made and ate and also cooked some pretty good dinners. Eating out was pretty damn good too! 😉


As you may know, I change my room around and update my mood boards almost every week! I had a blast with all my free time having a major sort out of everything and making my room look beautiful and cosy for Autumn! Tell me if you want to see!


I spent day’s chopping things out of magazines, I made my very first wall hanging, I did some sewing. It was really nice to have the time to do some crafty things. It sounds awful but I hadn’t for a long time.


ahh, I read books, magazines, design books, blog posts, articles, newspapers. My heads a hive of information.

xxx F