Sunday, 25 January 2015

Pink Sorbet

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I feel like there has been a major lack of pink on my blog recently bearing in mind that my previous blog name had the word pink in it! So when I was recently browsing the ASOS sale and saw that these trousers had been reduced from £30 to a shocking £9, I popped them straight into my basket and eagerly waited for my parcel to arrive the next day. I scoured Pinterest and other blogs to find inspiration on which would be the best way to wear these. Pink trousers are not one of the easiest things to style, as looking like Miss Piggy isn’t always a strong look, (however I’m sure my mum would disagree). I suddenly remembered I had picked up these blue gingham heels from Topshop last year and immediately knew they’d go perfectly! I’m a huge fan of pairing pastel blue and pink together, so much so that I used it as one of my themes during my degree. I’ve blogged about these shoes before but I don’t ever feel like the photos do them justice as they look so gorgeous in real life. I'm also thinking about making a video of my heel collection after being inspired by Niomi's series, let me know if this is something you're interested in seeing in the future.

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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

New Year, New Wardrobe?

I'm currently loving what Misguided and ASOS have got online, so I thought I'd share my new year wishlist with you, just in case you're in the mood for freshening up your wardrobe like me! I've picked a few amazing party/going out pieces and a few basics to keep you warm but trendy this winter. Simply click on the photo of that product you like and it will take you straight to the site, pretty handy huh?

P.S For those who might not be able to see my picks below, turn your Google ad blocker off! It unfortunately blocks this widget!

Sunday, 18 January 2015

Biscuiteers, Northcote Road

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Last Wednesday I popped along to one of the Biscuiteers icing late classes at their new shop on the Northcote road. I was treated to a glass or two of bubbly, a set of 5 biscuits decorated by yours truly and a pretty illustrated apron. The class itself lasted for just under an hour and a half and in that time you're taught how to ice biscuits in the true Biscuiteers style. George who was leading the class was a great teacher and was always willing to help you no matter how wrong your biscuits went! It's much harder than you think! I would need a good few hours practice until I got the hang of it, (I don't know how they do it).
As you may or may not know I interned at the Biscuiteers HQ for two months during the Christmas period so this was a lovely chance to surround myself with biscuits again! As I'm sure you'll agree the shop is absolutely stunning, you can really tell they care about the presentation of the brand as everything is displayed so beautifully. I would really recommend taking a trip over there if you live in the area as there are so many lovely biscuits to look at, and they have a cafe serving loads of tasty cakes. If you fancy having a go yourself the classes are priced at £42 and are available at both the Northcote Road and their Notting Hill boutiques. I think they would be a great idea for a hen party, birthday or simply if you fancy treating yourself!

P.S Some of my images I took during my internship there have just been uploaded on to their Facebook page. So if you fancy a look into behind the scenes of a biscuit photoshoot take a look over there!

Sunday, 11 January 2015

Night Changes.

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I need to start off this post with a massive apology, I realised earlier on this week that I haven't done an outfit post in over two month. If I'm honest I've been finding it hard to put outfit posts together when all I want to do is stay in my dressing gown. I'm sure my fellow fashion bloggers will agree with me! However I'm determined to make sure that my blog doesn't get left behind anymore. I also want to work on more of a schedule as I'm going to need one once I go into full time work again!
I was given this lovely gingham Motel dress by my sister for Christmas. It's a great piece for any time of the year as it can be layered for the colder months but is thin enough to be the perfect summer dress. The flower detail around the waist makes it a great piece for the festival season or even something to throw on whilst at the beach. However I wanted to be able to wear the dress now, so I decided to team this dress with this black floppy hat which I picked up from Primark for the bargain price of £8. I think having a hat like this is a great addition to your winter wardrobe as it can really tie your whole outfit together. Unfortunately Primark doesn't have it's own online site (which is SO annoying) so I had to find some more expensive alternatives for you all, I've added my favourite below.

P.S For those of you who are wondering what's on my lips, I'm wearing MAC, Ruby Woo with Maybelline lip liner in the shade Hollywood Red.

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