November 18, 2013

Everyday Beauty - Emily J

I met Emily a couple of years ago in PR school.

We recently reunited over tea, leaving us with a year and a half gap to fill in. We recapped our travels, career paths, relationships and future ambitions, until we were all caught up.

From invitations inside Buckingham Palace, to yoga spa retreats in Costa Rica, I can't even begin to describe Emily's adventures. Emily is a great listener and a strong conversationalist. She makes you feel like you're really special when you talk to her; she draws you in.

There is really no need for me to go on about her outer beauty. (Those eyes, that skin, her smile). It's the kind that makes strangers stop and stare as we stroll down the street.

We also chatted about the crossroads that people in their late twenties face, and she seems to be facing a few big ones. No matter what uncertainty is ahead, she is one person who I know will always propel forward in the most spectacular way.

All we can do is watch.

Below are the photos! Enjoy.


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