Friday, 15 April 2016

Spring Favourites


We are half way through Spring, although the weather in England might have you thinking otherwise. Despite the sad weather, I am still feeling all things Spring so I thought I would share my top favourites of the Season so far. I haven’t included any make up products here as I shared my current make up bag staples a couple of weeks ago. I’m hoping the rest of April and May will allow for some picnics and outfits without tights, but there’s a fair chance I’m just dreaming.


If you read my post on 48 hours in Seattle, you will understand that my love obsession with Starbucks runs deep. This jumper was on sale for £10 and I have either had it on or in the wash since it got here. I do love a good slogan jumper and it’s perfect for slouchy jeans days and it’s become my go to for casual Friday at work. I know you might think it strange to include a jumper in my Spring favourites but it’s still coat weather here and the thunderstorms aren’t quitting.



Sadly my last purse died a death involving a broken clasp. The silver lining of this tragedy is that it’s given me permission to get a little spendy and buy a new purse. It is so pretty and floral and perfect for spring. River Island always does great detailing on their accessories and this purse is no exception with golden bar and square details. The lilac colour is my new obsession and I want everything to be that colour including my clothes, shoes and car.


I usually live in heels or my gym trainers. Flat shoes are usually reserved for driving and trips to Tesco. Since injuring my hip late last year I have been reduced into flat shoes on the regular. I really wanted something pretty that I could wear with dresses that would still look professional enough for work. These shoes from New Look have come to the rescue. They make my stumpy / wide feet look semi normal and very spring appropriate. Thank heavens for New Look wide shoe range, they have made my life a million times easier when it comes to sandals and flats. I don’t have a problem finding heels but this new injury has me investing in sensible shoes.



This month I went to my local library. I know, I’m slipping more and more into Nana territory but they let you read books for free! This is a day to day guide of what to do in London for an entire year. I have so many bookmarks in here of what I want to do and places I didn’t even know existed. There’s lots of interesting rooftop things involved. Also the illustrations are really sweet and keep the Brit theme going throughout the whole book. Look out for some London themed adventures on here.


So that’s my Spring Favourites so far, what are yours?
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