I’ve only gone and done it…

If you’re a university student coming to the latter part of your degree like myself, you’re probably no stranger to the question ‘so what do you want to do when you leave?’. In fact, you’ve probably been asked it an uncomfortable amount of times, and with every Great Aunt, family friend or university tutor that probes…

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The Bargain Blazer

If you haven’t been living under a rock then you’ve probably noticed that blazers are all the rage at the moment. I mean, in terms of staple pieces, blazers have been timeless, but right now they’re hotter than ever. The smart-casual look is taking fashion bloggers by storm and I have seen so many styles…

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The Toulouse Metro: a Survival Guide

Have you ever loved something so much, yet absolutely hated it at the same time? These directly opposing feelings are actually a perfect description of how I feel about the metro in Toulouse. On one hand, it is my saviour and my travelling best friend. On the other hand, it’s the place where I am forced…

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One hoodie, three outfits

During the winter months, I like to take inspiration from these oh so wise words from CHANEL: ‘luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury’. Now obviously I’m not going to be sporting Chanel on my blog any time soon, but hey, ‘luxury’ is what you make of it, and I say that luxury is…

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lazy language learning: everyday hacks

Here I am, back again with another guide on how to be lazy. As if you actually need to be taught that. If you caught my first edition of lazy language learning then you obviously enjoyed it because here you are again, ready to discover more tips on how to succeed with minimal effort. If you didn’t…

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Leopard Loving

To be honest, I think my addiction to Primark is completely justified. Every time I enter those bright blue doors, I find something that I love for an absolute bargain. That’s why it has become my happy place. Recently I have been loving satin midi skirts. I think they’re such a great addition to your…

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Cooking on a budget

Food glorious food. It’s one of the most wonderful things about life. Nothing brings you satisfaction quite like having a delicious meal, I mean it’s human nature…we simply love to eat. That’s why when students first fly the nest, we are unprepared for, and quite frankly shocked at how willing we are to spend the majority of…

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Daytime styling: the satin dress

After purchasing this gorgeous satin dress in the Topshop sale last summer, I couldn’t believe my luck. For just £15 I had the perfect party dress for my friend’s swanky 21st birthday party that was coming up. In some ways, finding my outfit for the night was actually suspiciously easy. The first time I wore…

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Beating the January blues

I must admit that I have been very lucky this January, spending a lot of time at home with my family and friends, eating all my mum’s great food, and in general having very few responsibilities. I don’t really have much to complain about. But in having such a wonderful January so far, I somehow…

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The Tartan Skirt: One Year On

Don’t you just love it when you find an old item in your wardrobe that you haven’t worn in ages and realise that it has actually come back in fashion? Funnily enough, as an unashamed clothes hoarder, this happens to me quite a lot. I always knew there was a good reason for that cluttered little…

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