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31.07.2017- What I Wore Today #309

Although I tend to regularly rotate between quite a limited colour palette in my day to day wardrobe (blue and black usually being the perpetual go-to uniform), sometimes it's lovely to inject a bit of energy into proceedings with a pop of bright colour here and there. Whilst the weather of la…

28.07.2017- Beauty Buys: Summer Nail Shades

When it comes to nail maintenance, as a rule I'm usually hugely lax in sticking to anything resembling a routine. Aside from making them look tidy and giving them a good polish after I've been up to my elbows in compost in the garden, I don't really tend to treat them to much else. Don…

26.07.2017- On My Bookshelf #2

Hurrah- time for another post in which I wax lyrical about my current (and future) literary loves! Whilst this might be long overdue, it's a sad incitement of my life that it now takes me so long to get through one book, whereas I used to be able to devour them at a rate of knots growing up. H…

24.07.2017- On the Menu: Chicken Shop, Holborn

As I've posted about a handful of times in the past, when it comes to navigating my lunch break, I'm usually very much a creature of habit. Having said that, however, there are some occasions when it's just as important to break from the norm- turning your back on soggy sandwiches and …

21.07.2017- Beauty Buys: Lush Fresh Face Masks

As much as I've settled on a solid day to day skincare routine over the last couple of years, it's always nice to shop around and have a look for some new discoveries to supplement those everyday essentials. What with contending with the ups and downs of the summer weather, over the last c…

19.07.2017- Day Tripping: Exploring Regent's Park

In an effort to explore some corners of London which I'm yet to visit, over the last year or so I've been heading away from my usual well beaten track, seeking out those places which I've yet to encounter in the capital. It' always really refreshing to do something different, and I…

17.07.2017- What I Wore Today #308

Aaaah, there’s nothing quite like the Great British Summer to make you realise just how important it is to have a wardrobe of multipurpose sartorial marvels! After a week of sweltering temperatures, we’ve lately been subject to more than a handful of deluges- which, whilst providing a welcome brea…

14.07.2017- Interiors Update: A Crafty Creation

If you're looking to update your interiors, you don't always have to break the bank to achieve some surprisingly simple yet effective results. Don't get me wrong, I love perusing the pages of West Elm and Anthropologie as much as the next person (I mean, who doesn't?!), but sometim…

12.07.2017- Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2017

One of the highlights in my calendar each year is, without doubt, making an annual pilgrimage to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Since I first visited back in 2014, it's been a place which has become semi-sacred in a way- a plant lover's paradise, and one which is really worth se…

10.07.2017- What I Wore Today #307

As I mentioned in my last outfit post, I don't really tend to get on all that well with warm weather dressing. Don't get me wrong, I'm as fond of sitting out in the garden decked out in a pair of shorts and a tee as the next girl, but dressing for work during the warm weather is anothe…

07.07.2017- My Month in Pictures: June

Phew! Another month down! June was a flurry of rather sweaty days, don't you think? Whilst we seem to be in the midst of another mini-heatwave, I'm trying (albeit in an effort which is proving quite futile!) to keep cool and avoid turning into a dripping mess- please do send any cooling do…

05.07.2017- What I Wore Today #307

If there's one thing in life which I'm not made for (as well as long division), it's the heat. If the temperatures veer towards the top of the twenties on the thermometer, then I'm generally reduced to a sweaty mess, who seems only to be able to repeat the phrase 'It's too …

03.07.2017- A Garden Update

Anyone who knows me well will tell you that I’m usually at my happiest when I’m out in the garden. It’s a space which has always felt especially sacred, and, as well as holding lots of special childhood memories (usually involving me chasing one cat or the other!), as I’ve grown older it’s become …

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