Thanks to everyone who took the time to answer the questions in my last post, it was so interesting reading through all your answers. Writing this dissertation has really put a whole new spin on things and made me think a lot more about why I blog. The one thing I love, is that blogging is such an open forum for ideas and creativity. Yeah, feel the love, you guys are awesome.
Anyway, not the most interesting outfit as I have been holed up in the house typing up and reading lots of articles. I did however, have to pop into uni briefly and just chose a really casual outfit, after all, I was only going to the library (yawn!).
Denim Jacket (ASOS) Dress (French Connection) Tights (Oasis) Shoes (Topshop)
I swear, those Topshop shoes never, ever photograph well but at least it covers up how scuffed they actually are…
Selina from Flying Saucer is a big fan of the lilac Barry M nail polish and as she has mentioned, they are sold out everywhere. However, it is avaliable in the worlds busiest fashion store, Topshop Oxford Circus! Strange huh? So I made sure to stop by the last time I was in London for the blogger meet up. I battled my way through the insanely busy flagship, found the polish and paid asap! It’s such a fun colour and I (very messily) added splodges of blue glitter and gold polish.
Even though my family left for Hong Kong about 2 weeks ago now, we’re still chomping through some of the treats they left behind. In the UK, Muji are only just starting to sell a few of their speciality snacks but in Hong Kong, the food selection is huge! My favourite so far is this yummy pea flavoured snack.
I swear they taste just like mushy peas. Yep, it’s a bit weird but yummy also!
As you know I’m a big fan of kitsch. I bought these knitted brooches a few years ago. They’re meant to look like Party Rings but they’re definitely doughnut-like too!
So to end, I get a regular newsletter from my favourite local gallery, The Ikon and this fun postcard was part of it and it’s definitely a keeper!