Friday, 13 March 2015
Saturday, 7 March 2015
That 'healthy glow' is something every girl has wanted to achieve since the emergence of Millie Mackintosh onto our TV screens. Millie became known for her glowing skin in MIC, she has since admitted that the show's make-up artists attempted to powder away the shine, but she refused to let them.
Personally, I am glad she did, because I thought she looked great! My desire to use fake tan and up the moisturiser application increased by 100% after watching Made in Chelsea, and I'm sure this wasn't just me? The glow, however, is easier said than done. Don't be fooled by believing you can simply apply extra moisturiser to achieve said sumptuous skin. The line between greasy and glowing is a fine and easily broken one.
Thursday, 5 March 2015
After years of rolling up to lectures in the first outfit you could locate in a (well, in my case at least) rather messy wardrobe, entering the world of work can provide a highly difficult clothing conundrum. What is acceptable? What is too 'work-like'? What is too casual? There are so many questions that have crossed my mind when starting new jobs or internships.
Sunday, 1 March 2015
Cardigan: H&M, jeans: Topshop, bag: Michael Kors, necklaces: Topshop, top: Topshop, boots: Asos
There is nothing I love more than clothing that provides a practical function as well as an aesthetic one. This cardigan, which was a bargain at £15 (I think) from the ever-pleasing high street store that is H&M, provides both said needs.
I went to Newcastle yesterday (amid political rally, great timing), to meet a friend and do some shopping. Having lived in this city for three years during uni, I was well aware I would need to layer up, so not only did I wear this beaut, I also threw on my duster coat over the top. In my eyes, you can never wear too many clothes. I have frequently worn a leather jacket under my duster coat to work - leading to my boss having dreams in which I wear ten plus pieces of outerwear.