Monday, 24 October 2016


If you love autumn fashion, please raise your hand.

It’s that time of the year again, when I get super excited because it starts to get colder again and I go a bit overboard with online shopping. But who can say no to cute and cosy jumpers and soft scarves. I have also been a tiny bit obsessed with chokers recently so I ‘needed’ to get some more…

Anyway, I’m going to stop rambling now and show you what I got. All of this stuff is from - they have the cutest clothes and everything is quite affordable too! 


I got two chokers because I can never have enough. They are both black (obviously). One of them is a black lace choker which I think is absolutely adorable and will look great with anything, and the other one is just plain black with a little charm which looks a bit more casual and edgy. 

Grey Scarf 

Scarves remind me on of duvets, they make me feel cosy and warm. Which is probably why I love them so much and why I can barely ever leave the house without one. I got this lovely grey scarf from Zaful - it is the softest and comfiest thing ever! 

Black Lace Bralette

I went from always wearing a bra to literally not being able to wear one because I just find them to uncomfortable now. Blame bralettes. So why not get another one. This black lace bralette is so cute, and love straps going from the centre of the chest to the shoulders, it will look adorable with a low cut t-shirt in summer! 


I got a bit obsessed with what I called zig zag tops, which are these tops that lace up in the middle that have been super trendy this summer. So, of course, I had to get the jumper version. I got one in a creamy/beige colour - that looks great styled with some black skinny jeans and Chelsea boots - and a green one which also looks great with black jeans because, let’s face it, I only ever wear black jeans.

Leopard Print Shirt

This is something I never thought I would get as I used to hate hate hate leopard print but now I kind of love it…So I got my first ever item of clothing which has any sort of animal print on it, be proud. I think it looks so cute and I can’t wait to wear it to brunch sometime soon!

If you want to see how I style some of these items you can follow my Instagram, I'll be posting some outfit photos there! 
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Wednesday, 19 October 2016


Being sick sucks. It’s one thing to decide to be lazy and stay in bed watching Netflix all day, but being forced to stay in bed all day is the worst. Wanting to get some work done but feeling so down and so sick that it’s physically impossible to do anything is far from fun. However, there are some things I usually do when I get sick that make me feel slightly more productive and a bit better.


I can do it from bed and it’s not TOO hard so my brain and my infected body can deal with it without collapsing. It’s also a good excuse to watch some YouTube videos and browse Pinterest. 


I love cooking a nice homemade meal when I feel sick, it’s a good way to keep yourself occupied without having to do much physical exercise or having to think a lot. Eating veggies and good food will also help you feel slightly better and a bit less ill.


Looooong hot showers are wonderful.


It’s the best part about being ill (if there’s any good part about it). I don’t usually have much free time to read so being ill it’s a perfect excuse to spend the afternoon reading my favourite book without feeling guilty.

Clean my room 

Sometimes staying in bed makes you feel even more ill than getting up and doing something. I personally can’t deal with school when I’m not at my 100% but I try to do some cleaning and organise my room. Having a pretty room also makes me feel better and like I’ve got my shit together. 


Other than meds, sleep is the best way to get better faster. Getting some extra hours of sleep never fails to make me feel better! 

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Sunday, 16 October 2016


This is a bit of a random post. All of the posts that have gone up in the past two or three weeks have all been scheduled as I knew that moving back to London and starting uni would be a bit hectic (and indeed it was) and I had the urge to write something. 

Basically I am a bit obsessed with two recent purchases and I wanted to share them with you as I think many of you will probably like them too. 

We all like new shiny things don’t we?

First thing is my new planner/journal. I have been on the hunt for a new school planner since July and the only ones I could find that were under £20 were either very ugly or I had to pay like £50 for shipping. And then, one day I was browsing Urban Outfitters as you do and I came across this beauty.

Initially I wanted the cheetah one as I personally think it looks so professional and fancy - and turns out one of my favourite Instagramers, Gigi Vives, has it too - but when I went in-store to get it I really loved the marble one too. So after, a big discussion with my friends and my sister I decided to get the marble one. And HOW PRETTY.

The other thing I got that I have been obsessed with are these chokers/necklaces from Primark. I haven’t had the chance to wear it yet, I’ve just been staring at them in my room. I like how they are different lengths so you can layer them and you can even add a black velvet choker, it looks fab. I think they were about £2 but they look so much more expensive, so it’s a great deal! 

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Tuesday, 11 October 2016


I think it’s fair to say that I love shopping, getting new things I love makes me happy and lifts my mood. I think that’s something a lot of people can relate to, hence why consumism is a thing. One thing I don’t like though is having to take a busy tube to go to the high street, where I’ll have to deal with tourists walking slow, kids screaming and running and annoying people in general, when I could be buying whatever I need online. 

However, the Internet is a big - more like massive - place and it’s easy to get lost when browsing the net shopping. That’s when catalogues come in handy. We all now about old-school physical catalogues, the ones your mom used to use (not saying your mom is old-school, I’m sure she’s a lovely gal). But you know what’s even better than those, online catalogues that you can check and browse from the comfort of your sofa whilst watching Grey’s Anatomy and drinking homemade coffee.* is one of my favourite places , if not my favourite, to browse catalogues. They have everything, from fashion to home appliances. You can choose where in the UK you live and they’ll show you what catalogues are available in your region. Then, you can choose what kind of items you want to browse - men’s fashion, electronics, women’s fashion, electronics, etc. This way, they make sure you find the right one for you and don’t waste your time.

I never used to use catalogues before finding out about lovecatalogues but now I can’t go back. It’s so much easier to see everything I am looking for, and it’s all together in one place instead of scattered all around my many opened taps on Safari. 

If you’re like me and prefer to shop online, I would definitley recommend giving lovecatalogues a try!! 

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