So, if you're a regular reader of 'What Eva Wears', then you would have spied that she's had a little makeover.

I'm so excited to reveal to you the all new 'What Eva Wears'! Over the past couple of weeks I have been working on my website layout and together with my web designer have finally got something that I am extremely happy with. Being a perfectionist, there were a lot of tiny changes and a lot of me being picky with the designer but it was all worth it to get exactly what I wanted.

And, with this change, there comes a new wave of creativity. There's just something about change that can so often spark new ideas, and a new lease of inspiration, and this all neatly coincided with the new beginning I'm about to embark on - A fresh academic year.

As I gear up to head back to uni tomorrow, I must confess that over the past couple of weeks, a frequent worry has been the fate of my blog. I know that this academic year, being my final year, is going to be busy and intense, and so want to spend as much time and focus on my academic work to achieve the best grade I can at the end. But, simultaneously, in terms of blogging, I don't want to take my eye off the ball.

I'm so acutely aware of the way infrequent content affects growth, and although I know that blogging and producing content shouldn't be all about the numbers, it would be foolish to suggest that this is something we pay little or no attention to. In a world, and now, industry, where your worth is so often determined by your following and engagement, it is understandable that so many of us worry about that aspect of blogging. 

Given that most of my friends have now graduated from uni too, and I'm preparing for a rather lonely year, I worried that not only would I have no time to take content, but that I wouldn't have anyone to help me with it. It's silly, but something as simple as having no one to take your photos can really impede your content creation and enthusiasm, as you can begin to feel like your hands are tied and that it just isn't possible for you to create.

Luckily, that problem has been solved. An unexpected but very welcome blessing came a couple of weeks ago, when I lovely girl who I am friends with at uni, and who, unbeknownst to me, will actually be back next year, contacted me asking if I wanted to start creating content together, since she has just started to seriously work on her blogging content too. It's perfect, because not only can we help each other out with blog stuff, but I now know that next term won't be quite as lonely as I had anticipated, and that is extremely comforting. 

There isn't really a solution to the first, though. I just know that I have to prioritise my work over everything. This really is the year, though, where if I can learn to be organised, I can have my cake and eat it too. I can work hard academically and utilise my free time properly to produce blog content without sacrificing academic time. 

So, that's what I plan to do - it's time to get organised! I feel incredibly inspired - I have so much content to publish that I can't wait for you all to see, and I can't wait to produce more AW stuff over the coming weeks. Stay tuned - 'What Eva Wears' is about to get a whole lot better!

Until next time, 
Bisous <3



Dress: GANNI (On Sale for 50% off!)
Bag: Topshop

Necklace: Dose of Rose

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