Turks and caicos photo diary


Eight stellar days spent in the Caribbean on a little island with my favourite people under the hot sun, tanning on the beach and pretending to be a mermaid even though I'm a horrible swimmer. We ate seafood and french fries under tiki beach umbrellas, ordered overpriced strawberry smoothies, went snorkeling which I suck at, got awful tan lines, explored, adventured and relaxed because we desperately needed some relaxing. We dressed up real nice, walked around the island, we got frozen yogurt, went grocery shopping which is a lot more fun than you think, got more frozen yogurt and spent all our time at the beach. Oh my favourite bit was getting my hair braided by the islanders. Sun kissed exfoliated skin, curly beach hair from the ocean and couple hundred photos later... I am so happy and feel so lucky I got to travel with my best friends. One lady called us "little girls being skanks" at dinner and it was awesome. She was obviously jealous of our high heels.

Davina xo


Girl on an island

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Here is a lil island lookbook in Turks and Caicos :-)

Tank top - American Apparel
Bralette - Aritzia
Jean shorts - Diy
Shoes - Toxik
Blue dress - Toxik
Tank top - Pink
White denim shorts - Zara
Turquoise bikini top - Forever 21
Black denim shorts - Zara
White bikini top - Aerie
Sunglasses - New york city
Black overalls - Aritzia
Flip flops - Joe fresh

In love with the Caicos


Happy reading week for those that have it! I'm in Turks and Caicos with my friends for eight days. Ready for the island girl life.

Davina xo

I'm writing for a magazine in Australia called DRAFT


I'm super excited to say that I'm apart of the DRAFT magazine team and I will be writing for them. I can't believe this is happening because I've been working on my article all summer and things are happening now.

So you're probably asking what is this magazine? The first thing is that it's created and based in Sydney, Australia which I find ridiculously cool because I want to go to Australia so badly.

"DRAFT Magazine aims to give young people a voice, encouraging them to inform their peers about social and political issues of their choosing. 

We’re a small team, but we have a big dream. Currently, there’s a need for a platform that provides information to young people. People always say our generation is the future, and when you think of it like that, we as a collective can't afford to be ignorant. We're discussing topics that aren't discussed - they're controversial, they're underground, they're ignored. We’re young, some may argue this is to our advantage, but who better to speak to young people than young people. We have contributors from the ages of fourteen to twenty five. From Melbourne to Canada. From Indigenous Australians to Americans. Both men and women. So many different voices, but we’re working together as one.

Our inaugural issue, 'DRAFT #1' is titled, 'The Kids Are Alright' - to prove to the Baby Boomers and Gen X's in our life that, the kids are gonna be okay."

I am so excited to share this with you guys. I think this magazine has similar style to Nylon or Rookie Mag or even Lenny Letter by Lena Dunham and we are writing about stuff that matters. I'm looking forward to give a fresh perspective. My article is called Storks don't bring babies and will be featured in the first ever magazine and I wrote about the maternal and newborn healthcare crisis in west African countries and the need to bring awareness to it.

Here is our website go check it out 

Stay tuned,

Black like your soul

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Happy Monday and thanksgiving everyone

Dress - Toxik
Boots - Zara
Lipstick - Nars Cruella

"Happy girls are the prettiest"

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Happy Tuesday

Sweater - Zara
Ripped jeans - Zara
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