Jumper - Missguided / Skirt - Topshop / Shoes - New Look / Bag - Zara

Something has happened in the last year - it's drastic and it's life-changing.

I no longer wear anything that comes above the knee.

Shorts, skirts, dresses - you name it...it has to be midi or it's a no-go. I don't know whether I think I look more classy, older or just a bit slimmer, but whenever I see my knee or bottom-thigh emerge from a piece of clothing, alarm bells sound and panic arises. 

Luckily, midi is everywhere right now and so my weird thinking means I have an excuse to buy an all-new summer wardrobe. I love this skirt from Topshop; day or night, it's a complete staple piece for the summer.

Now all I need is that golden tan to pair it with...

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Whilst countless hours staring at Tash Oakley definitely spurs my gym motivation, nothing get's me up and ready quite like new gym kit. With so many high-street brands now offering gorgeous sportswear, it's hard to know exactly where to shop. Unfortunately, some of the cheaper options are not the best quality, and some of the higher end options, well...are just too pricey.

I've recently discovered Superdry's new sports collection, and whilst I've never really turned to Superdry for much, i'm totally in love with their gymwear! I love how they offer pieces for everyday fitness as well as capsule collections for Yoga and Running! Totally up my street :) 




Here are a few of my favourite pieces from the new collection..


Their collection also includes so many other beautiful designs, such as snakeskin print, gorgeous coral and colbat blue colours and scuba fabrics. You can find all the pieces HERE. Now if that's not enough to make you want to go and get a bit sweaty, I don't know what will.

This is a collaboration with Superdry. All opinions expressed are all mine, and not that of the
brand.

Top - New Look / Jeans - Asos Petite / Bag - Next / Shoes - Office

Before purchasing mules for the first time, there was a few worries I had about the practicality of such a shoe:
 1. My foot would fall out (especially whilst driving, or get caught underneath a pedal).
 2. The suede on most of them would ruin instantly by our glorious English weather.
 3. The severity of exposure my heel would face would disgust every human being that was to glance in such a direction - for someone that's so prone to blisters, my heels are somewhat ruined. Then again, backless shoes mean no blisters - I guess it's a catch 22. 

Surprisingly however, driving has not been an issue, our heatwave has preserved the suede and my heels, well, it's nice to have some breathing space.

Has anyone else invested in a pair of these? 


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Eyeshadow makes me think back to Year 7, when me and my friends would make ourselves up as much as we could get away with on a Friday (there's clearly a lot of people to impress at a girl's school). We'd curl our hair like Poodles, and adopt the trendiest of make-up styles. My favourite of the latter had to be the day I blended pink and blue eyeshadow on my lids - I clearly had technique at a real young age.

Thankfully, the power of nudes came into play and I can experiment on a daily basis without looking like I'm in a pantomime. I've tried so many brands, from No.7 to Collection 2000, Revolution and Urban Decay, and have narrowed down my favorites for this year.

The first has to be my trusty MAC palette. Since the birth of blogs, I've wanted to build my own palette but due to the price, have always shied away and bought other brands instead (so many in fact, that I may as well have just bought this in the first place!) and I'm so glad that I finally own it!! The fallout is minimal, they are really pigmented and best of all, you pick all your own colours so there will never be one you don't use!
From left to right.
First Row: Blanc Type, Grain, All That Glitters, Hello There (I depotted this from their Flamingo Park collection)
Second Row: Texture, Woodwinked, Expensive Pink, Girlie
Third Row: Embark, Sable, Antiqued, Coppering and Amber Lights

Next up are the Charlotte Tilbury Eyes to Mesmorise cream eyeshadows. Oh my god. These are the creme de la creme (see what I did there?). The formula is incredible buttery, a little goes such a long way and they last all day. You can even apply liquid liner on the top and it doesn't run or smear - a problem I find with a lot of cream eyeshadows. They also blend perfectly with other colours, so this Jean (the lighter shade) and Mona Lisa (darker) combo are the duo.

Lastly is my Zoeva Nude Spectrum palette, that I treated myself to last week. The colours are similar to the ones in my MAC palette, but I've found that copper shades and slightly warmer browns are harder to find in MAC but it's something this palette does brilliantly. It's also super lightweight which makes it perfect to pop in your overnight bag. Even the outside is gorgeous-having a velevety texture and light-reflecting details. It's also incredibly well priced, considering the quality of the shadows.

Zoeva are definitely becoming a new favourite of mine - their brushes are on another level and after this palette, I have high hopes for the rest of their collection!

Does anyone have any other must have eye shadows? Have you tried any of the above?

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