Exciting News keeps hitting and I can't get enough

1. I got events committee chair at my college: events planning here we come.
We currently have a summer party and cabaret in the making.
2. I got co-editor of my college newspaper, perfect as I want to do fashion journalism.
3. I'm helping at this exclusive fashion show where there's even a limited number of helpers for security reasons. There's ballet dancers on ropes, DJs, goodie bags...
4. I'm helping at a second fashion show and it's after party.
5. I'm helping at the photoshoot and fitting for both of the above shows.
6. I found out yesterday that me and one of my best friend's is getting the chance to design clothes for and model in this big charity fashion show at The Junction, ahhh! It's so exciting and afterwards our clothes get sold.
I'll keep you posted on how things go and upload photos of the shows and the workshops I attend before them to make my designs.
I've also just planned a 2 week road trip with my boyfriend this summer :)
And I'm going to Turkey with my family and New York at Christmas!

Exam stress is not going as badly as I expected...

How's everyone else getting on

It Must Be Springtime, Nudging at Summer.

Big hair and Pastel Colours

Patriotism Due To St. George's Day Last Week; We Love Britain

Beautiful, Fresh Faces For The Hotter Weather
Flower Headbands Inspired By This.
Bohemiam Edges And A Carefree Look

Finally, an outfit post.

I've realised that I really need to start posting more in general, but I definitely need to include some more outfits. I've been really rubbish recently, sadly holidays, coursework and exams have been standing in the way, and will continue to until 10th June - but I'll do what I can.

Lace Neck Bodycon Tunic, Topshop
Leggings, H&M
Sunglasses, Camden Market
Shoes, Fred Perry


Don't you just love those warm summery days which mean you don't have to worry about taking umbrellas / extra layers and so on... Hitting the shorts, tshirts, and spring dresses.
I headed to Dorset with the boyf and his family after a week on camp. The weather was surprisingly good, a couple of days were hot hot hot. We hit a few beaches, including Bournemouth which I now absolutely love (we also went shopping, up in the 'Bournemouth Eye,' which is a sort of hot air balloon thing, had a picnic in the park, listened to live music and went to the beach: perfect), had fish and chips, went to an animal park and gardens, went Zorbing (which is absolutely insane but so much fun! You're put into a giant inflatable ball and pushed down a hill) and went for probably the best curry I've ever had - why does it have to now be so far away?! For anyone who hasn't been and lives in England, Dorset is a must, simply beautiful and in the towns and cities surprisingly full of fashion.

Here's a few photos...

The Bournemouth Eye

A Park for a Picnic (Bournemouth)

The Boyf Playing Crazy Golf :) (Bournemouth)

I'll update this with some other photos I've got soon, but I'm on the wrong computer.



It suddenly looks like my blog is very empty, down to very few posts... but in fairness I've been deleting some. My blog isn't quite how I want it to be right now. I have a lot of posts ready to write which I promise will be up ASAP :) Outfits, outings, fashion, models and so on. . .

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Ducklings and Apologies.

Firstly: I apologise for the fact that I haven't written in about a month. I do have many wonderful new outfits that I should really be posting on here, and I promise to get round to it soon. I went away for two weeks at Easter and then had to work solidly before and afterwards so that my parents would even let me go. Exams are fast approaching: one in two weeks, ahh! And various coursework deadlines are looming. One week was spent on camp meeting lots of people, having a laugh, teambuilding, rockclimbing, shooting, raft building and so on. The second week was spent with the boyfriend and his family in the most beautiful little cottage in Dorset. We visited Bournemouth which I am now in love with (mini golf, shopping, picnic in the park, live music, beach, hot air balloon thing), the weather was luckily really hot: heavy rain had been predicted! We also went to another beach, had long walks, went to THE BEST curry place I've ever been (why does it have to be so far away from me now?!), went to an animal park & beautiful gardens, where there were the cutest orphan lambs to feed, and went zorbing which is INSANE... if you have the chance, do it!

On another note the boyfriend's family has just got four ducklings and six chicks. Ducklings are named by boyfriend, his two brothers and ME :) There's two yellow ones (turning out white) and two brown ones (turning out apricot coloured), and there's a boy and girl of each. The chicks are like cotton wool balls on fluffy and cute, and incredibly curious: taking photos of them they all try to shove each other out of the way to peer at the camera! Mike's parents named the chicks and I got the honour of one named after me, 'Milly,' she's tiny and very sweet / kind apparently.

Below is the only photo I have on this computer, but I'll post some more shortly.

It's of George, on the left (the boy apricot one which is Mike's), and AUDREY is on the right. She's mine and is of course named after Audrey Hepburn, an idol of mine thanks to her role in Breakfast at Tiffanys: one of my favourite films ever, if not my favourite.

George & Audrey