H&M snood scarf, Sonia Rykiel coat, Rayban wayfarers, Marmen cage ring, Marmen thriller cuff, cute bunny, See by Chloe studded boots, Alexander Wang Brenda bag
I thought i'd start with items that I have listed down. Some are more attainable than others.
- A couple of cashmere mix thicker cardigans from Zara, they are a work staple for me.
- Rayban wayfarers, keep meaning to pick these up whenever I go through duty free.
- Alexander Wang Brenda bag, have wanted this for a long time now but might wait til I visit the states in hope of a good exchange rate.
- Uggs, my short pair are looking a little shabby and need a replacement pair.
- Navy Marc Jacobs mouse flats tried a lovely soft pair on in Selfridges the other day and need them - too cute!
- Just over the knee black leather boots, round toed and chunky block heel. I don't even know if they exist so will wait until A/W
- Jeans, plain black slim fit for work and washed navy slim fit for play.
- Miu Miu large slouchy bag in navy or tan, haven't got a definite design in mind.
- A decent winter coat, I'm ready to splash a bit of cash on something I will still wear in a few years, have seen gorgeous ones by Missoni, See by Chloe and Sonia Rykiel
- A Chanel 2.55, not going to happen anytime soon
- A new beret
- Opi nail polish in matte navy
- Plain fine cotton vests and tees for a few DIY attempts
- Black casual leather ankle boots with a short chunky heel
- Fine ribbed cotton/ wool tights
Miu leather bag, Day Birger cotton top, Missoni beret, Marc Jacobs cashmere cardigan, Antique gold choker, Agent Provocateur Maitresse perfume, YSL lipgloss, Marc Jacobs mouse pumps, Max Mara jeans, Mac Blusher, Opi nail polishI want to.... Go to the theatre, ride a roller coaster, paddle in the sea, people watch in foreign cafes, get a pedicure, make a charm bracelet, pierce the top of my ear, cloud watch, hold hands with M, and make candyfloss. Alas im stuck behind my desk watching a storm outside, attempting to drink a litre of San Pellegrino before 5.30pm. Where for art thou weekend? Bank holiday blast Well the bank holiday flew and I was a busy busy bee traipsing around several counties to visit family for a few days. I did have a well deserved drunken BBQ at a friends house on which was so much fun, drinking games, dancing, 80's hair styles and singing around the fire pit. It was brilliant and I would post a few pictures but they are all way too embarrassing. I had attempted a vodka watermelon too which didn't really turn out as planned. Your supposed to be able to top the melon up with a bottle of vodka over a few days and then carve it up and serve. My melon just wouldn't drink though so I ended up slicing the top of crushing the melon inside and topping up with vodka to make a melon slush, served with straws and spoons - yummy. Today is back to the grindstone and a few very busy days at work although I have another four day weekend lined up which I'm already in need of. I'm also embarking on a low fat healthy food kick for a while as I've been indulging rather alot recently. My house was under attack last night as not one but two gigantic spiders started to take over the lounge. I have a big fear of spiders which has improved over the last year but only for the smaller varieties. These two could have been classed as small mammals I think. They are currently under two tupperware boxes awaiting me to kit up in rubber gloves and arms wrapped in tea towels for protection.... I was also under fire last night in bed reading, by a black shiny beetle which kept dive bombing me from the ceiling and had me under and out of the duvet so many times until I could catch him in a glass. I'm not sure why they chose yesterday but it was typical Matt had only just left a few hours before. Beauty Spot I've tried a couple of new products out recently and thought I'd do a quick review of each. Maybelline Pulse Perfection mascara £14.99 "Transforms lashes to perfection" I hate to disagree but.... On first opening it was a good start as the wand has a rubber brush instead of bristles which is my preferred choice and I liked the novelty factor of a vibrating mascara. The button to start the 'pulsing' is placed at the end of the wand which was good positioning. That's all the good I can say about the mascara, its clumped my eyelashes took an age to dry on them and I had thick spider leg eyes all day, I felt no benefit of a vibrating wand at all. It also flaked very slightly through out the day which I could have lived with had it transformed my lashes to perfection. I didn't pay for this mascara thankfully. Verdict: MISS Garnier Hydralock £4.98 400ml I am always on a quest for a decent body moisturiser my requests are it should be very moisturising as I can get quite dry skin and it should sink in quickly although I do like my skin feeling like I still have a moisturiser on. I also want a neutral smelling cream so most body butters are ruled out. The hydralock ticks all my boxes, My skin still feels moisturised after 12 hours, there is no strong smell to clash with my perfume although its takes just slightly longer than I'd like to sink in its not long enough for me to get annoyed. A very good price too for a large bottle. Verdict HIT
Chanel Ecriture De Chanel automatic eyeliner £22 I am a big fan of Chanel eye make-up and had been meaning to buy this for years. I saw it for sale on a beauty forum and snapped it up for less than half price in the anthracite colour. I'm pretty disappointed to be honest. The end of the brush twists to push product to the brush, I then applied the liner and more than anything the colour is the worst feature. I thought it would be a steely grey, it actually looks more of a translucent browny grey, way to sheer to make any impact and I have blonde lashes and blue eyes so most colours show up. I'm not a master of applying make up but have a steady hand and the application was really easy of the liner it just didn't stand out on my eyes once it was on. Maybe the black would be a better buy but I don't think I'd take the risk spending £22 on it. Verdict MISS