I'm going away to Majorca for a week, the flight is at 7am tomorrow morning...eek! Here is a little video of the things I'm popping in my suitcase (as well as serving as a mini haul). Hope you all enjoy and I will be back to posting next week :)
Yet again it's been light years since I've done one of these posts! I'm still forever compiling little wish lists here and these so I finally thought I'd put some of it together.
I first saw this pink floral smock dress on Topshop but it was sold out, so I was happy to find it on the actual Whitepepper website...though at £55 it's definitely just a dream at the moment *poor times*. I was trying to think what perfume I'd fallen in love with during a Boots trip with my sister, and I know I'd finally given Marc Jacobs Honey a smell (delicious btw), but then I remembered this Escada perfume - it's definitely summer in a bottle! I've always wanted to treat myself to a cute mood ring, and these little ones are just perfect.
Okay I definitely don't need any more mugs but how pretty and interesting is the print on this H&M one?! And it's so cheap as well, hopefully my local one will have it in their home ware section. Finally, one of my favourite Disney movies, I want to experience the three fairies trying to bake the cake and watch the prince hack his way through the forest all over again!
Hi lovelies, today I have a little bit of a different post for you all. I was contacted by the company Julep to let you in on a revolutionary new product of theirs. And I wouldn't be sharing it with you if I didn't think it was really cool!
If you're like me and you're one of those people who can manage a pretty decent nail design on one hand, but then when you switch to the other hand....just no...then this product could be for you. It's called The Plié Wand and is simply attached to the top of Julep polishes. You can alter the angle of the wand so it's most comfortable for you. To me it just looks like you'd be turning your nail polish into a colouring pen which sounds fun! A reason I hardly ever bother with fancy designs is because I want to cut my left hand off due to how terrible it makes things look. Problem averted! There is more detail about the wand plus a little video on how to use it here.
I'd love to add some of Julep's beautiful colours to my nail polish collection, especially Myriam, Veronica and Betty - it's a gorgeous sparkly garnet shade for my birth month, January (oh let's face it I want them all). Plus I think it's so cute that they all have girly names.
I hope you found this post interesting and maybe discovered something to add to your wish list!
Hi lovelies, I know it's late in the evening but I put my current favourites video up for you all so hopefully you will enjoy :) It includes some makeup, fashion & household items!
ITEMS MENTIONED -
Seventeen Stay Time 25 Hour Foundation
MeMeMe Beat The Blues Highlighter
Revlon Colorburst Lip Butter in Lollipop
Rimmel Lasting Finish Lipstick in Pink Blush
Rimmel Scandal Eyes Retro Glam Mascara
Britney Spears Fantasy EDP
Vera Wang Princess EDP
On our second full day in London, we decided to do the touristy things and go on the tour bus and London Eye (cue 1000000 sightseeing photos...). We'd checked the weather the night before and it really was a beautiful, perfect day for it. I'll warn you now, I was a little obsessed with the buildings. Plus this'll save you money on the actual tour as I took so many photos ;)
We were staying just around the corner from the British Museum so that was the first thing we passed.
I love how all the little stores and pubs look here.
There seemed to be quite a fair amount of retro style diners/food places around.
Definitely could've afforded to pop in here for a drink or two...
We got off the tour bus just outside Hyde Park and took a walk through, it was so pretty and makes the parks in Edinburgh look tiny.
We came out the other side of the park and arrived at the Marble Arch. We walked around this area for a spot of food and then hopped back on the bus.
We went past the forever busy Trafalgar Square, I love the fountain and the cool lion statues which are dotted about!
I thought this heads statue was unique! Though I'm not sure what it is or what it means...
Then we crossed the London bridge and eventually made it to the London Eye (our tour bus had to take a detour which lasted forever...not that I'm complaining). I'm saving those photos for my last London post. I feel bad that it's two months after my trip and I'm still putting the photos up on here but hopefully you guys don't mind! And I also hope you haven't fallen asleep after all these photos, have a nice Sunday xo
Hi lovelies, finally back with a new outfit post. It's something I put together quickly but I really feel it looks like some sort of "date night" outfit, what do you think? I got this white cardigan at the vintage kilo sale a little while ago, it's so pretty and simplistic - granny chic all the way. I really don't think I've stopped wearing these shoes since I got them. I'm all for being taller but also comfy at the same time, usually heels and I aren't friends *sad times*
Oh, I included one of my pictures full sized for a change but really I'm just trying it out. Does it look better or should I stick to my side by side ones?
Hope you're all doing well, I feel like I neglect this little blog of mine too much! ♥♥