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So I’m currently sat right next to the fire trying to get as much heat as possible. In fact, if I went about 5cm to my left I’d probably be in the fire, burning away. When did it get SO cold? Don’t get me wrong, I am excited for chunky knits, coat shopping and cosy nights in in the warmth but I feel like summer just came and went in a heartbeat…it’s crazy. I’ve been super busy these last few weeks since I got back from the Greek Islands and

I just couldn’t leave Mykonos without making the most of the beautiful backdrops and so one afternoon we headed into the town and took some outfit pictures…after all it’s not every day that your outfit matches the walls and windows is it?! You can read my post all about my time in Mykonos here. It’s such an incredible place and I can’t wait to go back some day! When it’s boiling hot, I hate wearing anything uncomfortable or anything really tight fitting. Instead, I love wearing loose floaty dresses that are

Hello! I’m suffering from major holiday blues right now and I’m currently wishing I was still wandering the blue and white streets of Mykonos Town, taking at least a hundred pictures of every single street we turned into. I’m 100% blaming the beauty of Mykonos for the fact my iphone storage is full – I just can’t bring myself to delete a single photo! I loved all the islands we visited in different ways but Mykonos was probably my ultimate favourite. From renting a quad and exploring the beaches on

I love transitioning from darker hues to brighter ones come summer and this coral dress was one of my favourite summer purchases. As we all know, bardot was a huge trend this year and my wardrobe started filling up with bardot tops in every colour and style going but this was actually my first bardot dress and one that I think is perfect for a meal on a summer’s evening. Another big trend was lace up sandals and heels. I opted for the former due to hearing about the steep

I went Greek Island hopping when I was 5 years old so as you can probably guess, my memory is a little hazy. In fact, all I remember from the trip is being in some clear shallow waters with lots of fish nibbling at our legs. Despite that, whenever my parents spoke about it, I loved the sound of travelling through the beautiful Greek islands and knew I needed to do it again one day especially after seeing the billions of Instagram photos of the whitewashed cliffs of Santorini and

I’m currently taking the term floordrobe to a whole new level. There are actually more clothes on my floor right now than there are in my drawers and hanging up in my wardrobe and that’s saying something because my wardrobe is well, huge if I’m honest. As much as I love packing and those excited ‘I’m off on holiday’ feelings, it can be an absolute nightmare, especially if you’re me and you want to take EVERYTHING. I mean I might need that top I’ve found in the back of my

If money wasn’t an option I’d be in a different country every week. I absolutely love travelling and I cannot wait to jet off to Greece soon. Excited is an understatement! So on my ‘saving for holiday’ budget, my boyfriend and I recently swapped our ‘let’s do a city break to Palma’ for a ‘let’s go to Manchester’…erm yep, not quite as glamorous hey but a whole lot cheaper and still so much fun. I love Manchester and I think if I had to move to another city in the UK

There’s just nothing more relaxing than a spa day! I recently headed to the Verbena Spa at Feversham Arms Hotel for a day of complete relaxation. For those who haven’t heard of this beautiful place, Feversham Arms Hotel is located in the pretty little town of Helmsley in North Yorkshire. With it’s outdoor pool, hot tub, relaxation lounge, saunas and wide variety of treatments on offer, this is the perfect place to switch off from the world and indulge in some serious pampering.  We were booked onto the couple’s spa day

A few years ago my friend and I decided to travel around Europe, ticking off as many places as we could in about 3 weeks. I always see so many people on Twitter and Facebook asking lots of questions about interrailing so I thought I’d put together a blog post sharing the ins and outs of travelling around Europe by train including advice and recommendations for those lucky enough to be travelling this year. We were 20 years old with a small budget (we were at uni where trebles and clothes

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