After a long past couple of months meeting university deadlines and revising for exams I finally have some free time to get back into blogging. Despite the uni work I have still managed to make time to do some shopping – there has to be some give and take! Here are some of my favourite buys … More Best buys in May
February was my birthday month which means one thing… shopping. Here are some of my favourite shopping gems I brought this month including some new makeup bits (of course). Hope you enjoy .. Adidas Lilac Flashback Trainers, Schuh, £65 I’ve never really been a big trainer person so I have no idea what’s hot and what’s not. … More My February best buys
Nothing puts you in a better mood then when the weekend finally arrives after what feels like a never ending week. But when Monday rolls back around that Friday feeling seems like a distant memory and the Monday blues kick back in. You seem to spend most of Sunday night dreading the next day and … More How to find a bit of Friday in every Monday.
Being a student and a makeup addict is hard. It takes a lot of self will not to spend your last of this weeks budget in Mac or Bobbi Brown. Especially when there’s more important stuff at the top of your list, eg:food. So I had a look around to see if there were any … More My best budget makeup buys
Moving away from home, making new friends and living independently can be an overwhelming experience. Whether you’re the confident or shy type, one thing’s for sure – it’s daunting. University is a time where you truly become independent and whether you’re thousands of miles from home or just around the corner, most people find that … More Dealing with mental health at university
Going to university can be daunting at first: living independently, leaving behind old friends to make new ones, and learning to live on a budget. They say university are the ‘best years of your life’, how many times have we heard that phrase? But what if it’s not for you? First things first, university isn’t … More Thinking of dropping out of university? Here are some things to consider.
I recently visited the Victoria and Albert museum to see the ‘You say you want a revolution?’ exhibition as part of a university trip with my styling class. While I was there I noticed that the museum was advertising an upcoming exhibition called ‘undressed: a brief history of underwear’. A few weeks later we were given … More Undressed exhibition – V&A museum
January. It’s the most miserable month of the year. Everyone’s suppousdly doing ‘Dry January’ and no one wants to go down the pub. Everyone’s skint and the most sad part: Christmas is a whole 11 months away. In all this doom and gloom the one part I love about the month is the sales. Every … More My best buys this January
From bralets to slip dresses – 2016 was the year for bringing back the well loved ‘underwear as outerwear’ trend that got left behind in the 90s. This trend screams Madonna in a pointy cone bra during her Blond Ambition tour in Japan. How could we forgot this fashion memorabilia, brought to life by Jean Paul Gaultier Although this trend … More How to wear the ‘underwear as outerwear’ trend!
The Victoria and Albert ‘you say you want a revolution’ exhibition is open to visit until 26th February. Situated less than a five minute walk from South Kensington station, this exhibition is fun, colourful, psychadic and VERY 60s. It explores everything associated with the hippy movemt, gay rights, feminism, fashion, black rights, war and most … More V&A museum: 60s revolution exhibition