So, I’ve written this post about three times now, nothing feels right, I’m worried what you guys will think of me, but you know what, I’ve always kind of treated my blog like therapy, and this is truly how I feel about 2017 – I really can only describe it as the most anxious year on record and one of my best years ever. It really has been a truly topsy-turvy year, full of highs, lows and uncontrollable panic and anxiety, but when I say that it has been my worst year and best year it sounds all kind of
Merry Christmas Everybody!!! Anyone else get really excited at this time of year? I really love everything about Christmas, the lights, the tree, the ugly sweaters, the delicious mountains of food, the gifts, the cheesy movies, and most of all that chance to just sit down with family and relax, and that’s what I’m planning to do for the next few days. So, here is one last post for the year, sharing my five favourite things I love about the festive season. Hard to pick just five but here you go. Five Things I Love About Christmas All the decorations.
Want to be festive without going full-on Christmas jumper? Well, you might want to snap up a Fair Isle knit, with its gorgeous patterned yoke, and that nostalgic feeling it gives you, like you need to be on top of a mountain somewhere enjoying a mulled wine or two while watching skiers whizz by. You see, this post came about after I feel hard for an Isabel Marant beauty, it was gorgeous, it even had alpaca wool, but at £350 I had to say no, sadly, and then I found this cutie in Primark for £11. Yep, I totally lucked out –
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After jeans in my wardrobe, I think a statement tee takes up a huge chunk, whether it’s a slogan, a retro band tee, or a nostalgic look back to my childhood, like this She-Ra beauty I picked up from TruffleShuffle, which FYI, is the ultimate place for cool T-shirts. I actually got to know this website through my husband and stealing his Star Wars tees, and then I realised it literally does a T-shirt for every film and TV show that I love. Seriously the only problem with TruffleShuffle is that there might be a little too much choice, but
There are things I love about all seasons, in winter I dream of snow, lots of snow, in spring I love seeing all the new blooms, and in summer, you can’t go wrong with a day filled with sunshine and clear blue skies, but there’s something special with autumn and all its colours. I love it when the leaves start changing and that’s even more exciting this autumn as I get to see it from a whole new garden and county. Don’t get me wrong, Cambridge and the surrounding area is divine, so pretty, but I do think Kent might