Since I last posted my week has been moderately dull. I spent most of the weekend before having breakdowns about growing up and moving home from uni, so my mum took me for lunch on Monday and gave me the standard “look at what you’ve achieved” “it’s a new chapter” pep talk which has cheered me up a little (but not as much as the carvery meal she bought me). That evening I got my first Made In Chelsea fix of the season which really rounded off a day off uni.
This week I also got back into the gym after skipping a few sessions last week and man, could I feel it! The burn!
Apart from a cheeky night out with the girls I’ve been putting in late-nighters at the library so there’s not much to tell.
However, spending all that time on a computer does have it’s benefits, I’ve done a ridiculous amount of online shopping. Here are some of my purchases (apologies for a few bad qualities pics).
This Beanie is from Hype, most of their stock is for men, but I mostly prefer that fit.
My bracelet is from Jack Wills. It’s a part of their Malaria-No-More campaign. This means that 100% of the profits made on these bracelets are donated to Malaria No More UK. The two large silver beads are the Jack Wills symbol and an imprint of South Africa, and the third, smaller bead is an ‘R’ which represents Relate Trust who help make the bracelets, it is a symbol of their ethical business practice.
This crop top is from a little boutique called Runway in Alderley Edge (there is also a branch in Knutsford). The girls were so lovely and helpful in there, you can tell they love what they do. This isn’t the most flattering angle to take a pic of a crop top and although it cost just under £20 (which seems a lot for top that doesn’t reach my belly button) it’s lovely material, stretchy and goes with most things.
This is another item from Hype. It’s a men’s vest but I think the design is gorgeous. It looks really cute with leggings as well as tucked into a pair of shorts.
These Topshop dungarees have been super-popular and I’m not surprised considering how well they fit and I think the dark denim colour is gorgeous. I’ve been waiting for dungarees to make a comeback since watching My Mad Fat Diaries earlier this year and craving 90′s fashion to make a comeback.
Another Topshop buy, these jelly shoes are so soft and flexible which makes them ultra-comfy. They’re actually lilac which you can’t really see due to the flash, I’ll definitely have worn them into the ground by autumn.
Finally, high heels are my pride and joy. I display them like photograph frames in my bedroom. I am terrible for spending ridiculous amounts of money on heels which I never wear because I don’t want to ruin them! The newest editions are these fabulous Zara sandals which are just too good for any night club I know!