Sunday, 17 August 2014

Wedding Photography

So this little post is going to be a little different. As some of you may know my partner is a photographer. He is mainly based in the north west but also has huge connections to south wales and can photograph across the UK. My post today is to pretty much advertise the amazing offer he has going at the minute on wedding photography. I wish I was the one sat behind a computer looking through endless pinterest ideas on table designs, dress ideas, seating plans, and making endless lists of crazy things they have at weddings these days, but unfortunately I'm not (maybe one day ;) ). Instead, I want to help those that are. So instead of pulling your hair out just take a deep breath and sink your teeth into this little deal. 

Take a look at his website and feel free to make an enquiry via his contact page. He offers a fully professional and flexible service that can be altered to suite any miniature detail that you want included. If you want added extras he can add these too; second photographer, video, engagement shoot? You also have the choice to have your photos printed to a beautiful, timeless folio album, something you can treasure forever.


Wednesday, 13 August 2014

5 things I wish I'd have known when I was a fresher.

Today marks a big day for a lot of people across the UK, you actually find out which uni you will end up at for the next 3 years. SCARYYY, not really! It will be the best 3 years of your life. Your mind will be opened up to different ways of living and you will meet people from anywhere and everywhere. Going to uni comes with so many responsibilities, for the first time in your life you can leave your room as messy as you like, you can go out and come in at 6am, you can even leave your washing up for days on end if you really want too. Today I want to give all you freshers some insight in to what I wish I had known 4 long years ago.

Wheres wally? Oh dear.
I couldn't have met a nicer guy <3
My drunken self thought this hilarious.

1. Money, so it may seem cool that student finance are shelling out £4000 to see you through the year, it seems so much, believe me its not! While it may seem a lot it soon disappears and you cant even remember how you spent it. A little tip I'd give is budget. Work out how much you get every 3 installments, minus your bills and rent and divide it by the weeks your at uni. This gives a weekly budget. I also worked throughout holidays when I came home, it just gives you a bit extra, who doesn't love extra cash.

2. Friends, Do not worry. You will be in the car come September setting out on your newest adventure thinking 'oh god, what the hell are my flatmates going to be like'. Be open-minded, not everyone lives how you live or has the same views but it seems that everyone at uni knows how to have fun. I didn't click with my flatmates at first but now one of them is like my right arm, I don't know what I'd do without her.

3.Washing up, For some reason every flat will have an issue with this at some point, whether there is someone that seems to love collecting moldy bowls or someone that denies that any of their plates that they have clearly ate off are theirs. If this happens speak, speak with your flatmates, pent up anger over some silly washing up can never end good.

4. Relationships, Ok so some of you may be going to uni while in a long term relationship, I did. Don't be too harsh on yourself, enjoy being a fresher and having fun rather than feeling tied down. I tried to do both but eventually it just did not work. Not to fear I know of a few people that managed to stay together through uni and its safe to say they are just meant to be. Just remember to have fun, there is time for marriage when your 30 and have responsibilities. If your going to meet someone at uni (wait till second year) the partying has calmed down by then and you have more time.

5. Essays, Don't freak out about work, as long as you pass first year it doesn't actually count towards your final degree mark (mine didn't, but I would double check). This doesn't mean to mess around and literally scrape by. Give yourself this year to learn, learn the new writing style, give yourself a structure and get into a routine; otherwise you'll be kicking yourself in third year. Read your feedback, its easy enough to just look at your mark but actually read the comments it will help you gain extra marks next time; when there are 10 marks between a 2:1 and a 1st it is worth it. 

To anyone heading to uni this year as a fresher you don't have a single thing to worry about, don't be shy, jump in with both feet. You'll meet amazing people and who knows maybe you'll meet Mr. right, I did!


What's in my Suitcase?

So when your limited to a 15kg suitcase, packing can be the worst part of the holiday; should I take the wedges I so dearly love or is after sun more important? Personally I am the worst packer, I seem to take enough clothes to last me an eternity and seem to only wear 2kg worth. This summer I learnt my lesson as me and my other half had to share a 15kg suitcase so I HAD to limit my packing habits. When your packing with a man who has size 12 feet and insists on taking two pairs of shoes, believe me it was a struggle.
After seeing the competition from the Bloggers Lounge and I decided that I would share my packing essentials...

1. - Gadgets and gizmos; you can never take enough pictures, what better way is there to save a memory. Taking any form of ipod or Mp3 player is a lifesaver when your stuck travelling, its calming and helps ease the boredom. Please remember chargers!

2. - Accessories; colorful accessories brighten up any outfit, make the most of it on holiday, especially pastel colours, they look great with a tan. Lets face it, its definitely more acceptable to walk around on holiday with your hair filled with flowers, looking like a rose garden, than walking round Manchester.

3. - Products - On holiday these 3 were my go to products. Got2be salt spray, it saves doing your hair when you can get away with that beach look. Simple eye roll on, after 3 hours on a plane with unnecessary air conditioning my eyes felt like they had shriveled like prunes, this was a god send. It is also great for sunburn. Boots body spray, great for just having in your beach bag to cool you down and to keep you smelling fresh as a mango ;)

4. - who wears short shorts? I do love dresses but shorts are a must, especially if your walking a lot. I picked up the denim pair at Primark and the cotton pair at Tkmaxx (super bargains).

5. - Kimono - great for wearing over your bikini or to dress up a plain outfit. Also, super great if like me you tend to get sun burnt and feel chilly at night.

6.- Bikini - If your going abroad and its hot and there is sea or a pool then why not, this little number is from River Island! there is some gorgeous swimwear out at the minute. For those a little more body conscious Next have some gorgeously flattering one pieces in.

7. - Dress's & Sandals - Lets face it we have all been to Primark and spent £50 on numerous pairs of flip flops and gladiator sandals in numerous colours and styles when really all you need is an essential pair that go with everything. If your wanting to cut down on baggage weight try and find a neutral pair that match every outfit, these I picked up from Tkmaxx. Evening wear, some nights may just be spent BBQ'ing but others may need a little more sophistication, white is a super colour to wear with a tan so make sure you save your best outfit till last, you'll be glowing!!


Holiday hair.

I really haven't posted in a while but back too it. Pinky promise. I've been away on holiday to the gorgeous island of Majorca, I can happily say I didn't indulge in the delight of Magaluf (party central). Instead I took a gorgeous relaxing beach holiday to Cala D'or. I will be doing a few posts based on holidays so please do pop back.
 Today I want to blog about hair. While on holiday it is true that make-up is not an essential; once you've passed the crispy sun burnt sore stage you begin to glow with holiday sunshine. Therefore, the best accessory on holiday is your hair. I love the sun-kissed beach look so I thought I would share with you my two favorite hairstyles of the summer...

This is a a great look when you really just cant be bothered. I towel dried my hair and after using my tangle teaser to tease the knots I added the aussie volume boost spray through the roots. To the ends I used V05 salt spray and used my hand to scrunch. I blasted my hair with the hairdryer making sure I was scrunching as I did so, I also tipped my hair upside down to dry the underneath, this added volume.

Ok, so this second hairstyle is a little more fiddly... a milkmaid braid. This style is great for when you just want your hair to be up and out of the way. I dried my hair as normal then separated my hair in to bunches. You can plait or fishtail your bunches, fasten them with a bobble (preferably the tiny elastic ones). then take them over each side of your head and secure in place with bobby pins. Style your fringe how you wish.

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

life took over

OK so I've not blogged in soooooo long! Not out of choice but I have just been too ridiculously busy. I have passed my QTS tests, yay! For those who don't know what these are, they are mini maths and english tests you have to pass before starting a teaching course. So as of September I will be a student teacher, arghhh! I've not even had the chance to let this sink in! I've also been making the most of the glorious weather we have been having in England, it has been lovely and so me and my other half went camping. YES camping, no glorious time to fashionably get yourself ready, but I loved that. I loved feeling free and natural and not really caring what I looked like. If you ever want anywhere to go for a day or a mini break I cannot recommend the Lake District enough, its breathtaking. In the time I haven't blogged I have also visited Cardiff where my boyfriend is from. We spent some quality family time with the Welshies. There is a lot of talk going on about moving there once I'm qualified, being grown up can be ridiculously terrifying but equally exciting! 

Monday, 28 April 2014

Shock horror I bought a pair of jeans

Although this seems like an ordinary purchase for most, it is almost a first for me! I never wear jeans! Crazy? I know, but you will always find me in a pair of leggings or Topshop Leigh or Joni 'jeans', although I barely class those as denim. When I say Jeans I mean real denim, denim that is quite thick and hard wearing. For spring I wanted some ink blue slouchy skinnies that would look great with pumps, sandals or flip-flops. I found the perfect pair. Where? NEXT. I am quite small so it is often hard to find jeans, infact anything, that fits length wise. Therefore, I always head to the petite section, I picked up a pair of relaxed skinnies in a 10P and I love them! They look super cute and summery with a little turn up at the bottom and they have the ripped effect over the knee. Due to the denim being quite dark they look great with light/white coloured tops. 

Where did you find your favorite pair of jeans?

Monday, 14 April 2014

How to clean your make-up brushes

I think most people know their buffing brush from their contouring brush, but did you know that you should be cleaning these brushes regularly? 
I have to admit, up until a few years ago I never even thought about cleaning my make-up brushes as I thought, whats the point, you only use them for putting the same make-up onto a fresh face. Yet, so many bacteria, oil and dirt get stuck in the bristles of the brush and overtime they can grow and lead to unwanted breakouts. I also find that if I haven't cleaned my brushes in a while my make-up tends to look a bit flat, as if my brushes aren't working as well. time to give those brushes some TLC.

 1. What you will need - washing up liquid/shampoo, a plate, a small cup of lukewarm water.

2) Put a tiny amount of washing up liquid/shampoo on to the plate.

3) I usually use a baby wipe first to wipe any excess make-up off , then dip the brush in the cup of water.

4) Gently swirl the brush round the plate in the soap and keep rinsing the brush in the water, you may need to rinse and repeat a few times. 

Once cleaned run the brush under steady lukewarm water to get rid of any soap that is still on there. Use a cloth to then wipe the brush and reshape the bristles. lay the brush flat to dry.

Sunday, 13 April 2014

A little update.

I have been pretty busy and just not got round to posting. But hellloooo again!
I hope you like my post below :)
I'm also going to update you on what I have been up to so you can get a more personal insight into my probably boring daily activities.

I booked a holiday!
yes yes yes, we will be heading to lovely Tenerife for a week of sun and relaxation at this gorgeous hotel.

Getting ready for holiday I also started slimming world.
In 2 weeks I've lost 3.5lbs, not a lot but its been half term so a few days haven't gone to plan. Yet I discovered a fab breakfast that leaves you full till lunchtime and tastes yummy - overnightoats!
30g porridge oats
layered with low fat yoghurt
topped with frozen fruit.
leave in the fridge overnight and ta-dah!

New Vans, summer is here no more boots (I hope.)

I've also been babysitting my goddaughter who has a better bedroom than my own. So if anyone has a little girl and is needing some interior inspiration and would like me to do a post let me know...


Make-up fave's

Bourjois Bronzing Powder (51) - not to dark or patchy, sits perfectly on the skin and smells of chocolate. this bronzing powder is matte which is why I love it, its gives you a glow without literally making you look like a piece of glitter. What more could you want from a bronzing powder?

Bourjois Blush (34, Rose d'Or) - The Bourjois blush on the other hand is filled with highlighting sparkle. They do lovely shades that are perfect for summer to make those peachy cheeks glisten pink. It has all day staying power and can be applied lightly for a gentle cheek glow or can also be used heavily for a sharper look.

Collection lasting perfection concealer (cool medium) - Everyone's favorite budget concealer, need I say more!

Bourjois Unifying powder (52, Vanilla) - I discovered this powder a few years ago when the packaging was completely different but it is perfect. Everyday make up just wouldn't be the same without it. The powder is a matte finish and is great to just wear when you can't be bothered with the whole shabang! It has the staying power of a god and can be applied with a brush or powder puff.

Burt's Bees lip balm (pink grapefruit) - For the days when you just can't be bothered but you know that the chapped lip look just doesn't do it. I also use Burt's Bees as a base for my lipstick as it gives my lips so much moisture.

Revlon Luxurious colour eyeliner (05, brushed pewter) - Because of my fair hair I find that black eye-shadows and black mascara can some times make me look very washed out so instead I go for this great colour by Revlon. It is easy to apply and the opposite end has a smudger to help the smoky eye look.

Avon Spectra lash mascara (black) - Ok, so this may seem an odd choice to most but my mum has done Avon since she was 15 so as a 14 year old experimenting with make-up this is where I went. Throughout the years I have tried numerous mascaras but nothing lives up to this mascara with is three different application levels. Its fab!

realtechniques contour brush - This brush is my go to brush. Although it is a contour brush by name I think its a great brush for everything. I use it for powder as its the perfect size for an even coverage.

realtechniques buffing brush - I always apply concealer and foundation with my finger and then blend using this brush, its soft bristles leave an even, natural coverage. 

I'd like to know of any of your make-up go to's that will always hold a place in your make-up bag?


Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Slimming World.

A little update on my busy life...

Ok, so I'm not the fattest nor am I the skinniest, I've just always been pretty average!
Yet, after leaving uni its pretty obvious, as I depressingly scan old pictures, that I may be carrying a few more pounds than my former fresher self! Nothing major but its something that dents my confidence when I stand in front of the mirror. Even writing this makes me cringe! I've managed to lose half a stone since moving back home (not a lot I know) but this is without even trying! I guess the decrease in greasy hangover days and alcohol intake have something to do with it. So, this weekend after searching for a summer holiday I have vowed to get beach ready! Firstly, I've become a member of Slimming World, what a fab diet without the need to weigh and measure every ounce of your life. I'm being more experamentive with recipes and if any of you out there have any favorites you'd like to share then please comment :)

Secondly, the dreaded 30 day shred by Jillian Michaels! I've never been one to persevere with home workouts but the pain and relief after becomes slightly addictive! This is a great 20 minute workout that you can actually feel working, providing you put 100% into it. I'd love to hear about any more workouts that have worked for you?

I've had a gym membership for a year or two but have gone through phases, I am vowing that once my 30 day shred is done the gym is going to become something of a second home.

FAT... you will be gone by August 9th!

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

A house is not a home without candles

So as my blogs not just focused on beauty I wanted to write about my crazy obsession with candles.
everyone loves a candle.
Every time I walk in someones house and they have candles lit I instantly feel at home. Candles add a cozy sort of light, a light that is inviting and warm and makes you want to snuggle under a blanket with films and tea. Even the coldest most modern concrete block would feel a little better if someone just lit a candle.
So due to my hoarding candle obsession I am wanting to share with you a few of my favorites. 

 1. Yankee Candle - Soft blanket by Yankee Candle is my favorite smell in the world. Its fresh and clean with a hint of something sweet, vanilla maybe. Yet, its not overpowering, vanilla can often be too sweet and cause headaches but this mysterious little scent is delicious. If I could describe the smell as anything it would be soft blanket. 

2. Wonder by Disney - If you could combine the smell when you first cuddle a new baby with the joy and excitement of Disney, this would be the smell. Its perfect for a little ones bedroom but I just love it! Its a soft scent of wonder that is soothing and sweet.

3. Smoothie Candle - This is not a well known candle make, in fact I only came across it when browsing the German Christmas markets in Manchester. They are handmade candles that provide 40 hours of burning. They quite literally burn forever, mines still going strong. My favorite scent is the Strawberry and kiwi, you may screw your nose up but its fresh and light and provides a great summery smell.

4. The White Company Cassis - Finally this is a lovely candle, it is a combination of raspberry and blackberry but there is a real woody undertone too it, It doesn't need to burn long either for it to fill the room. 

Candles are fab. They make any room cozy and warm, even if its just tea lights.
If your a crazy candle fiend like me I'd love to know of new makes and brilliant smells.


Sunday, 23 March 2014

Revlon Colorburst

Revlon Colorburst Crayons, Matte & Lacquer balms £7.99 each.
110 coquette
001 honey
230 complex

Revlon Coloburst Crayons

The female beauty blogging nation have sung huge praises about the new Revlon products so I therefore had to test drive for myself. There are so many pretty shades it was hard to make up my mind but I purchased one lacquer balm and two matte crayons. All of the Revlon crayon family have the 'Triple Butter Complex' of mango, shea and coconut butters for balm-like moisture, a mild peppermint fragrance and twist-up packaging. They smell and taste A-mazing! In my opinion I prefer the lacquer balm in contrast to the matte crayons as it provides a fuller shinier coverage. You are able to work with the lacquer balms to build colour or wear a simple layer to brighten everyday make-up. Both crayons provide great moisture but I'd say the lacquer balms take the lead over the matte. Do not be put off by the sparkly shimmer when you first open the packaging, this is not visible on the lips.

110 coquette - this is a medium pink that sits pretty for daytime wear with just one layer or a few more layers for night. suitable for almost all skin tones.

001 honey - this is a medium brown pink that can be worn as a natural look but adding that extra warming colour.

230 complex - this is a nude colour and is the perfect everyday balm. It applies a lot lighter than it looks.

I'd like to know your opinions on your Favorite lip crayons; make, shade?

Monday, 17 March 2014

The best things in life are free.

If like me your new to blogging then it can be quite difficult getting yourself off the ground without spending a tonne of money on stuff that is good enough to make its cheeky little way onto your page. Admittedly, I am a shopaholic therefore my endless relms of lipstick and smelly candles could always make a feature! But, not only is blogging for bigging up that one foundation that is a life saver, it's also to share opinions on new things in the market. How do you get your hands on new things without dollar? I hear you ask. Well... over the past month I have picked up a few freebies that I simply had to share with you.

I'll admit it, the only reason I bought Company this month is for Zoella's first ever cover! I am in love with her youtube channel and passed numerous hours at uni watching her hauls and beauty tips curled up in my duvet, instead of writing a dissertation! However, magazines can be a great way to test out little samples of new products. Company (April, 2014; £2.60) does not disappoint, A free mascara (company lashes) & a sample of Rimmel London BB cream Matte in Light, happy days.

On top of this I also bought my usual monthly read, Glamour (April, 2014; £2.00). As well as being Britain's No.1 women's magazine it is also Britain's No.1 generous magazine. with 25% of H&M voucher, Smashbox camera ready CC cream in light/medium and testers of Issey Miyake L'eau D'issey. 
Magazines can be a great way to get free samples and the competitions inside (if you can be bothered) are well worth a try.

Happy blogging xxx

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Lipstick... Kate Moss.

My lipstick of the week... Since launching in 2011 I have absolutely loved Kate Moss's collaboration with Rimmel and her beautiful Lipstick range. This week I have been loving this perfect nude shade (113). This lipstick does require you to prep your lips first; I have been using Lush's lip scrub and using a light layer of Burt's Bees to moisturize, otherwise the lipstick can be quite drying after a while. If your prone to chapped lips then I wouldn't recommend it but being the moisturizing junkie I am, I don't have a problem. The lipstick is a matte finish and is paired nicely with a pinky gloss, it smells amazing too! It is definitely a day lipstick as it only sits lightly on the lips providing a more natural colour. Although I do recommend the other shades in this range, especially the deep reds, they have great pigmentation and sit amazingly on the lips without need for gloss, as well as being reasonably priced.


Sunday, 2 March 2014

Your boyfriends razor may be better than your own.

The age old issue of leg hair. 
We all have it and sometimes it can seem such a chore to shave your legs for a night out. If your like me I tend not to shave my legs as much in the winter as I stay wrapped up, but having a boyfriend means I can't go walking around with my legs looking like the hair bear bunch. I have always used female razors, I do not know why and I have never even thought to question it before, perhaps its the colour. Yet over christmas I was left with a dilemma, I had no razor heads left and I was due to go out for christmas celebrations. I routed through my toiletries and could only find one of Dan's spare razors that had been unopened, a Mach3 Turbo that he had been given free at freshers fair. 
(I still don't think he knows this so.. hey Dan, I've been using your razor)

It worked a treat!!!

My legs felt smoother than I had ever managed to get them with the female razors. I have now adopted this lovely new razor as my own and my legs are still smoother than ever. This did lead me to research into why female and male razors were different. Apparently razors for men are at a different shave angle as mens beards are tougher than women's leg or underarm hair. Women's razors are built for all over body and numerous angles therefore the razor head tends to be flatter and rounded at the edges for better coverage. Personally I don't understand how a male razor is any different as it does a better job and the head replacements are so much cheaper!

Next time your out buying the essentials, give it a go, I'd like to know your verdict too?


Saturday, 1 March 2014

River Island haul.

Shoes - £25
Dainty daisy bracelets - £3 each
Daisy earrings - £2
Cross earrings - £3
Midi rings - £3

So the weather can be pretty up and down this time of year in the UK which makes it hard to know what shoes are really suitable. I decided that maybe it was time to start putting boots away and then realized that this only left me with trainers! I guess this time last year I was still a student which meant heels at night and comfy high tops during the day. Being almost 22 it is time to adultify my wardrobe, a little. I decided to take a trip to River Island as I still had a voucher lurking in my purse from Christmas. I like River Island shoes as they are quite quirky and there is a lot of styles to suit different people. The new spring collection has introduced lots of moccasin and loafer style shoes. I love the patent black ones but there were also lovely pastel colours, which will definitely be on my wish list as spring draws in. The loafers I went for are the black metal snake front pointed loafers which I absolutely LOVE, they can be dressed up or down and will also be ideal for work and many interviews I have lined up over the coming month!

The shoe section is also very close to the accessories section and I just couldn't resist! I was on a budget as my purse was rather empty except the £40 voucher. River Island introduced a cheaper costume jewelry section around a year ago for the everyday little things that can sometimes make an outfit. There were so many gorgeous dainty things that I knew I wouldn't be leaving on the shelf! The daisy bracelets I think will look cute in spring, as I only have tiny wrists they are perfect. The midi rings are also great for those with small hands as they too are very petite and don't cover the finger like many costume rings do. The cross earrings are a replacement for a similar pair of earrings I lost from Urban Outfitters and all were bought at a bargain price. If you are on a budget this month but fancy a nice little treat then the River Island accessories are worth a visit.


Friday, 21 February 2014

Bargain of the month goes too...

This is well and truly my buy of the month!!!

£16.99 reduced from £67.

I occasionally nip into TK Maxx, or TJ Maxx if your from the US, not looking for anything in particular just hoping that I'll come out with a bargain. I tend to trawl through the younger sections and have no luck, but on the off chance a few weeks ago I took a detour home and ended up in TK Maxx car park!!! Oh dear! I spent a good half hour rooting and headed to the fitting rooms with a handful of items. After getting ridiculously flustered trying a gazillion things on and nothing fitting right (one of those days) I eventually came to this top, which, without looking at the label, I had just picked up as I loved the colour. When I took it off the hanger I noticed how soft it felt, which for some odd reason made me look at the label... French Connection. Now I'm not the biggest fan but I always love their summer collection. I tried it on and loved everything about it straight away!

Its going to be great in the summer with a bikini underneath, just showing through the Aztec cut out front. It is fairly cropped and baggy fitting so in summer I would probably style it with high wasted scruffy look denim shorts. But I couldn't wait for summer so today I have styled it with simple black leggings and a small white vest underneath, otherwise there would be serious boobage on show, tousled curly hair and of course my gorgeous wanderlust necklace!

Get rooting, there is serious bargains to be had!

All hail Queen B!

This probably won't be of interest to everyone but after reading numerous tweets and listening to Grimmy on radio 1 slate her for being 'boring' I wanted to make a post. I LOVEEE Beyonce, not just for her music but just her passion for women and womens rights, amen soul sister! Shes not my typical music of choice but she can certainly lift you up when your feeling down (the amount of times me and my housemates spent at uni while writing dissertation questioning, 'what would beyonce do?') shes great for a pick me up and a pyjamma rave round the house as your getting ready. Granted she didn't get up on stage and wiggle her booty to crazy in love but she performed her new single 'XO'... and she performed it in style!!! In my opinion Beyonce has one hot bod! And while she may have only stood there singing, her outfit pretty much said it all...

How many people can go from singing at the Brits dressed as a super sequined mermaid and then throw on some sneakers and a baseball jacket still looking super hot! When I think of baseball jackets and sneakers over a gorgeous dress I can't help but think about the awful states you see on a Saturday night out where their heals are off, McDonalds is in hand and their boyfriend has kindly lent them his jacket as their eyelashes begin to melt off into their burger! Not Queen B, I think she could even make a manky bandage look good!!!

Love you like... XO.

Thursday, 20 February 2014


So this week I have been off work and seen as the weather has been horrific it doesn't really make well for a lovely trip round the city to spend my hard earned cash. Instead I have found myself lured in to all the wonderful things that Etsy has to offer. If your not familiar with the website its a lovely website where people go to buy and sell anything handmade and vintage, I love it! So after looking through endless pages I had found nothing that had made my finger twitch for the 'add to cart' button. I've been really into the boho style lately and with it coming into spring there isn't a better time to start dreaming of floaty skirts, embroidered shorts and tousled beach hair. I eventually came across Wanderlust jewellery by accident on instagram. I fell in love with every item and just had to order myself a crystal healing heart pendant, at only £8.50. I was amazed. The delivery was so quick,  from ordering yesterday afternoon, it was on my doorstep 24 hours later!!! 
Even the packaging that it arrived in was super duper cute. Next on my wishlist is the dream-catcher necklace and hopefully the sold out set of 3 midi rings will come back in as I love them!

Thanks Wanderlust Jewellery x.