Thursday, 31 July 2014



Well I've just arrived back at home after what I can only describe as the best four days of my ENTIRE life. Generally speaking, most feel happiest when they're jamming to their favourite bands but this festival added a whole new spin on your generic, musical camping experience. Without advocating a cliché or stereotype, the folk there- the ones I met- were persistently happier than you could possibly imagine, and had a deep love for hearing the stories of others. These people are forever my kind of people, and having so many of them in one over-flowing capacity brought out the most euphoric side of myself.

  I'm feeling very inspired to write at the minute but with this particular topic, well, there are no words that can do it even a quarter of the justice it deserves. 


      Below is a photograph of the sunflower field that you were lead to when entering your average- or so you thought- portaloo...

    I was extremely lucky to not only discover new music, but to actually meet the masterminds behind the music and hang with them. Please check out my friend's band 'The Dirty Gentlemen'- you won't be disappointed.

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Song of the day:
Superfood- Superfood

Wednesday, 16 July 2014


       I'm off to Secret Garden Party, Cambridge, next week and I am drooling over the lovely goodies I have found online. Now all I need is a loan of £10, 000- minimum. Any takers?

[favourite looks of the festival season so far]

Song of the day:
Little Dragon- Constant surprises

Tuesday, 15 July 2014


CURLY HAIR PROBLEM #1 Your hair grows in width before it grows in length
CURLY HAIR PROBLEM #2 When people think you can just wash your hair and go...?
CURLY HAIR PROBLEM #3 Feeling like you belong in a different decade

With my holiday coming up, I'm feeling that annual fret about 'taming the frizz' abroad. I've always seen my head of spiralling curls as a somewhat curse, and it's only until recently I've developed a little soft spot for it. I've noticed that a vast majority of people I idolise have curly hair themselves-admittedly styled- so I thought "why am I hiding my own?" 
Curls are absolutely a test of one's patience, but they're also (allegedly) a sign of beauty. 

So here you go guys, here's my hair in full natural swing...


Argan oil hydrating mask £4.99
Mellor and Russell instant shine spray £6.99

Song of the day:
Tame Impala- Expectation

Monday, 7 July 2014


 As Mondays generally have an outrageously dull reputation, I like to dress everything BUT dull. Today was another Monday filled with errands on top of errands, and a night shift in the evening- which I will soon be attending to- to round it off. Annoyingly, the weather has been indecisive today with a fierce rainstorm followed by a beautiful, sunny afternoon. Here are some photographs of what I wore today on my travels to the Post Office, Laundrette and coffee shop. 

Knitted green dress: ASOS
White long-line jacket: H&M
Cat eye sunglasses: Mink Pink
Holographic clutch: ASOS
Clogs: gift


^ Check out: The Frank- Slick your hair back ^

Song of the Day:
Bag Raiders- sunlight

Wednesday, 2 July 2014


I love eating out, especially in beautiful restaurants, and this week I found one of my favourite restaurants yet: The Cherry Hill. We've drove past it many a times and shunned it as 'just another garden centre', but man were we wrong. It's colour coordinated throughout the entire store, selling the cutest pieces from bohemian decorations, to gigantic vases. But what I loved about it the most, was the interior design of the restaurant itself. Personally I love all things white as not only does it have a certain elegance, it's timeless... Just like this place.

Outside was a peaceful waterfall that I sat by whilst I ate my lunch. Apologies for variations in image sizes, I didn't take these photographs on my DSLR, they were from my phone. I promise to go back and photograph the place properly.

 Song of the day:
Stacey Kent- Waiter, oh waiter