|gold metallic duster coat - charity shop |
white baseball tee with mesh detail - shop in Poland (similar here)
black skinny jeans - H&M
hat - vintage via depot vente (second hand shop)
hi-top trainers with gold hardware - Cropp (available here)
Saturday, 25 April 2015
Tuesday, 21 April 2015
Saturday, 18 April 2015
I've never really been one to splurge when it comes to hair care. Shampoo, conditioner and a hair oil have done the job for me quite sufficiently - until recently, that is. Over the past 3 years, my hair has grown from shoulder-sweeping bob to belly-button tickling mane (view the transformation for yourself here). Not only that, but it's quite substantially thick and heavy - to the point where my arms ache just to tie it into a ponytail. Because of this, I'm quite wary of using products on my hair as they tend to weigh it down, leaving it flat and lifeless.
Of course I'd heard a lot about Aussie. I know many swear by their products, to the point where it's gained status as somewhat of a holy grail brand. However I'd always found their products too expensive, so when Sainsbury's had a special offer on the Aussie range, I knew my chance had come. I went for the Miracle Hair Insurance & the Luscious Long Conditioner. Here are my thoughts...
Tuesday, 14 April 2015
Sunday, 12 April 2015
I may or may not have become ever-so-majorly utterly transfixed with Pinterest these past few months. There's just something so infinitely satisfying about obsessively compartmentalising pretty pictures into self-curated categories. I always have the best intentions of revisiting them next time I'm looking for a recipe or want to try styling my hair differently, however they always just seem to remain pinned to my boards - dusty, derelict and forgotten.
I guess this post is almost an attempt to remind myself of all the genius outfits I've encountered on my Pinterest explorations, and to hopefully inspire you too! Especially as I always find dressing for spring somewhat of a challenge, hopefully these outfits will encourage you to experiment with something new this season.