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August 08, 2012 | 09:57 AM | 1 note
London 2012
Last night I went to the Olympic games! There was an amazing atmopshere within the Stadium, and being a real athletics geek I was completely in awe of all the athletes and the actual magnitude of the arena itself- it was absolutely huge!
I managed to get tickets for last night’s athletics on Monday night through the online ticketing service; and last month I also secured a pair for tonight- I’ll be taking photo’s of the Stadium today so expect a post about all things Olympia on The Babble tomorrow! Laura xx

London 2012

Last night I went to the Olympic games! There was an amazing atmopshere within the Stadium, and being a real athletics geek I was completely in awe of all the athletes and the actual magnitude of the arena itself- it was absolutely huge!

I managed to get tickets for last night’s athletics on Monday night through the online ticketing service; and last month I also secured a pair for tonight- I’ll be taking photo’s of the Stadium today so expect a post about all things Olympia on The Babble tomorrow! Laura xx

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July 19, 2012 | 08:25 PM | 2 notes
Today I’m Wearing: At Madonna…
I went to see Madonna on Tuesday and she was GREAT. More on that to follow in my next post…. but seeing as though I was going to see the Queen, I had to pay tribute- right? My Madonna tee is one of my prized possessions, I’ve had it for a good three years but it’s still a staple within my wardrobe! 


I wore: Madonna tee- Tee and Cake (Topshop), Cardigan- Topshop, Shorts- Levi’s, Necklace- Urban Outfitters, Rucksack: Urban Outfitters, Wellies- Borrowed from mother, ha.

Today I’m Wearing: At Madonna…

I went to see Madonna on Tuesday and she was GREAT. More on that to follow in my next post…. but seeing as though I was going to see the Queen, I had to pay tribute- right? My Madonna tee is one of my prized possessions, I’ve had it for a good three years but it’s still a staple within my wardrobe! 

I wore: Madonna tee- Tee and Cake (Topshop), Cardigan- Topshop, Shorts- Levi’s, Necklace- Urban Outfitters, Rucksack: Urban Outfitters, Wellies- Borrowed from mother, ha.

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July 10, 2012 | 04:17 PM |
'Today' I'm Wearing- Festival Gear!
As you’ll know from my epically long, dissertation style post below (apologies everyone!) I went to Wireless on Saturday. As you’ll also know, I bloody loved: Rihanna, my Kermit tee, the benefits of my Barclaycard Payband and I even became attached to my wellies by the end of the day- absolute MIRACLE. I managed to grab my brother as I was leaving to take a snap of my outfit, and considering I wasn’t cold all day, which really was a task and a half seeing as though the weather was monstorous, I’d consider it a job well done! To the creator of the humble hoody, I-LOVE-YOU.


My style intention? Incredibly casual festi-wear. As with all festival’s standing up over long period’s of time becomes second nature, and seeing as though Hyde Swamp (… excuse me, Park) wasn’t suitable to picnic down on in the slightest my tropical leggings proved incredibly ironic, but perfect for the occasion nonetheless. I’m all about the irony/sarcasm, me!

I wasn’t trying to be a gangster, promise… (it was raining cats n’ dogs!)

And this little guy? GENIUS.
I wore: Hoody- Primark (mens), Kermit vest top- Primark (mens, oh dear…), Back pack- Urban Outfitters, Leggings- Primark, Keyboard necklace- Forever 21, Turtle Necklace- Topshop, Both Rings- Topshop, Sunglasses: River Island… (and my Barclaycard Payband, of course…)

'Today' I'm Wearing- Festival Gear!

As you’ll know from my epically long, dissertation style post below (apologies everyone!) I went to Wireless on Saturday. As you’ll also know, I bloody loved: Rihanna, my Kermit tee, the benefits of my Barclaycard Payband and I even became attached to my wellies by the end of the day- absolute MIRACLE. I managed to grab my brother as I was leaving to take a snap of my outfit, and considering I wasn’t cold all day, which really was a task and a half seeing as though the weather was monstorous, I’d consider it a job well done! To the creator of the humble hoody, I-LOVE-YOU.

My style intention? Incredibly casual festi-wear. As with all festival’s standing up over long period’s of time becomes second nature, and seeing as though Hyde Swamp (… excuse me, Park) wasn’t suitable to picnic down on in the slightest my tropical leggings proved incredibly ironic, but perfect for the occasion nonetheless. I’m all about the irony/sarcasm, me!

I wasn’t trying to be a gangster, promise… (it was raining cats n’ dogs!)

And this little guy? GENIUS.

I wore: Hoody- Primark (mens), Kermit vest top- Primark (mens, oh dear…), Back pack- Urban Outfitters, Leggings- Primark, Keyboard necklace- Forever 21, Turtle Necklace- Topshop, Both Rings- Topshop, Sunglasses: River Island… (and my Barclaycard Payband, of course…)

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June 25, 2012 | 06:23 PM | 1 note
Today I’m Wearing: … At Hackney Weekend
Before I dashed out the door ready to embark on the greatness that was Hackney, I managed to get a quick snap of my outfit. It was a ‘typical’ festival ensemble- a baggy tee, skinny jeans, rucksack and not to mention the wellies! I have to admit I did completely overestimate the weather (where was my utility jacket?!) but nonetheless, it was a comfy one which allowed me to take on the mega music sesh!
I wore: Tee- Urban Outfitters, Sunglasses- Primark, Rucksack- Urban Outfitters, Jewellery- Assortment from Topshop and Forever 21, Skinny Jeans- Forever 21, Wellies- borrowed from the mother.

Today I’m Wearing: … At Hackney Weekend

Before I dashed out the door ready to embark on the greatness that was Hackney, I managed to get a quick snap of my outfit. It was a ‘typical’ festival ensemble- a baggy tee, skinny jeans, rucksack and not to mention the wellies! I have to admit I did completely overestimate the weather (where was my utility jacket?!) but nonetheless, it was a comfy one which allowed me to take on the mega music sesh!

I wore: Tee- Urban Outfitters, Sunglasses- Primark, Rucksack- Urban Outfitters, Jewellery- Assortment from Topshop and Forever 21, Skinny Jeans- Forever 21, Wellies- borrowed from the mother.

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March 22, 2012 | 05:24 PM | 4 notes
Today I’m Wearing: Floral Palazzo Pants
As I was leaving work today, the sun was shining like no tomorrow. In fact, I had to squint the whole way home like an absolute FOOL because I forgot to swipe my sunglasses into my bag this morning. Bare in mind that I started at the crack of dawn today I let myself off the sundrenched hook, and as soon as I stepped foot into my threshold I raided my wardrobe for my Palazzo pants. A girl has to make the most of every sunshine opportunity she can get in this country, wouldn’t you agree?!
But of course sod’s law came into play and when I decided to leave said house (to pick up a couple of goodies from the shop’s down the road, if you’re asking) the clouds covered every speck of sunshine in sight. Warm, yes! Sunny, NO. Stinkin’ typical. Let’s just pretend it was REALLY light and bright, shall we?

TA-DAH. Cheating with style, now that’s the ticket! But anyway, onto things of a higher importance than my idiot sense of humour- how AMAZING are Palazzo pants, everybody?! Before my floral ones came into my life I’d pretty much passed up every opportunity I’d had to buy a pair, be it the fact that every excuse under the sun (pah, there it goes again!) had crossed my mind: they’re really wide, floaty, plain brash, floral central- but, and this is a BIG but- none of that matters. Seriously. They’re literally the summer equivalent to slipping into your pyjama bottoms on a cold winters evening and from all of two hours ago, I’ve become OBSESSED with the little blighters. Come Summer 2012, they’ll be on again like a shot, you mark my words.



My weathered hands, which will be undergoing a major moistorising sesh tonight. Rings are from Topshop, as per.
So, dear blogging friends. If I could pass on any advice to your lovely selves, it’d be to get yourself a pair of Palazzo’s pants in time for the sun season. Not only will they serve you well as your summer partner in crime, but they’re also the epitome of comfort and an essential piece of a ‘12 summer wardrobe. They don’t always have to be expensive either, heck I bought mine for £5 from the Topshop outlet but either way trust me when I say that they’re BLOODY BRILLIANT. Lots of love, Lau xxx
Today I wore- Jumper: ‘Vintage’ M&S courtesy of mother, Sunglasses: River Island, Necklace: Forever 21, Satchel: Topshop, Palazzo pants: Topshop, Rings: Topshop.

Today I’m Wearing: Floral Palazzo Pants

As I was leaving work today, the sun was shining like no tomorrow. In fact, I had to squint the whole way home like an absolute FOOL because I forgot to swipe my sunglasses into my bag this morning. Bare in mind that I started at the crack of dawn today I let myself off the sundrenched hook, and as soon as I stepped foot into my threshold I raided my wardrobe for my Palazzo pants. A girl has to make the most of every sunshine opportunity she can get in this country, wouldn’t you agree?!

But of course sod’s law came into play and when I decided to leave said house (to pick up a couple of goodies from the shop’s down the road, if you’re asking) the clouds covered every speck of sunshine in sight. Warm, yes! Sunny, NO. Stinkin’ typical. Let’s just pretend it was REALLY light and bright, shall we?

TA-DAH. Cheating with style, now that’s the ticket! But anyway, onto things of a higher importance than my idiot sense of humour- how AMAZING are Palazzo pants, everybody?! Before my floral ones came into my life I’d pretty much passed up every opportunity I’d had to buy a pair, be it the fact that every excuse under the sun (pah, there it goes again!) had crossed my mind: they’re really wide, floaty, plain brash, floral central- but, and this is a BIG but- none of that matters. Seriously. They’re literally the summer equivalent to slipping into your pyjama bottoms on a cold winters evening and from all of two hours ago, I’ve become OBSESSED with the little blighters. Come Summer 2012, they’ll be on again like a shot, you mark my words.

My weathered hands, which will be undergoing a major moistorising sesh tonight. Rings are from Topshop, as per.

So, dear blogging friends. If I could pass on any advice to your lovely selves, it’d be to get yourself a pair of Palazzo’s pants in time for the sun season. Not only will they serve you well as your summer partner in crime, but they’re also the epitome of comfort and an essential piece of a ‘12 summer wardrobe. They don’t always have to be expensive either, heck I bought mine for £5 from the Topshop outlet but either way trust me when I say that they’re BLOODY BRILLIANT. Lots of love, Lau xxx

Today I wore- Jumper: ‘Vintage’ M&S courtesy of mother, Sunglasses: River Island, Necklace: Forever 21, Satchel: Topshop, Palazzo pants: Topshop, Rings: Topshop.

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March 12, 2012 | 07:09 PM | 10 notes
Today I’m ‘Wearing’- Urbanears ‘Plattan’ Headphones
Last week, I was a little bit jammy and managed to win a pair of ‘Plattan’ headphones, courtesy of Phones4U. Now, I’m quite a picky so-n-so when it comes to my music (only the best will do, but of course you’ll all understand that) and seeing as though I’d never seen a pair of Urbanears headphones before, I didn’t know what to expect. When they arrived in the post Friday morning, I was delighted!

The Plattan comes in an array of pastel colours along with the usual concoction of black, and then white- I was presented with the latter. White goes with pretty much anything, so really I was thankful that I wouldn’t have the whole ‘HOW will I match my accessory to my outfit’ dilemma that would have inevitably occurred (however sad that sounds, unfortunately that’s how my idiot mind works!).


Another handy thing about the Plattan is they fold up, making them the perfect travel accessory. Personally the size of ‘these sort’ of headphones has always put me off buying my own pair, but these little beauties could easily fit in a handbag or travel case alike! They’re really light too, so again- big bonus! I’ll definitely be shipping my new little mate around with me, that’s for sure. Another thing I LOVE about the Plattan is that the cord is made of fabric; no more tangled wires for me!

And THERE IT IS GUYS. My iPod, or should I say- my beloved?! Whilst I will protest until my death bed that I don’t live in the Stone Ages, I have to admit that my iPod has become more than just a portable music player to me over the EIGHT years I’ve had it. Call it a pet, a mate, or whatever you like- but either way I think it’s amazing. To me it just has more character than the current iPods- I love the dull pink and the thought of upgrading it for a square sod makes me shudder. So until my poor little thing dies *crosses fingers that this is NEVER!* then my little Mini will be with me for many more years to come yet. Course, the Plattan will be it’s new best mate; I’ll have to make sure I get the pair better acquainted. 

Today I ‘also’ wore- Sunglasses: River Island, Tee: New Look (in stores now!) Feather Necklace: Topshop, Shorts: Topshop Rings: Topshop and Accessorize. 
I was not requested to write this blog post, I just thought such a good product deserved recognition. Thank you for the prize, Phones4U! If you’d like to find out more about the Plattan, Urbanears have a video on their website about the product: HERE.

Today I’m ‘Wearing’- Urbanears ‘Plattan’ Headphones

Last week, I was a little bit jammy and managed to win a pair of ‘Plattan’ headphones, courtesy of Phones4U. Now, I’m quite a picky so-n-so when it comes to my music (only the best will do, but of course you’ll all understand that) and seeing as though I’d never seen a pair of Urbanears headphones before, I didn’t know what to expect. When they arrived in the post Friday morning, I was delighted!

The Plattan comes in an array of pastel colours along with the usual concoction of black, and then white- I was presented with the latter. White goes with pretty much anything, so really I was thankful that I wouldn’t have the whole ‘HOW will I match my accessory to my outfit’ dilemma that would have inevitably occurred (however sad that sounds, unfortunately that’s how my idiot mind works!).

Another handy thing about the Plattan is they fold up, making them the perfect travel accessory. Personally the size of ‘these sort’ of headphones has always put me off buying my own pair, but these little beauties could easily fit in a handbag or travel case alike! They’re really light too, so again- big bonus! I’ll definitely be shipping my new little mate around with me, that’s for sure. Another thing I LOVE about the Plattan is that the cord is made of fabric; no more tangled wires for me!

And THERE IT IS GUYS. My iPod, or should I say- my beloved?! Whilst I will protest until my death bed that I don’t live in the Stone Ages, I have to admit that my iPod has become more than just a portable music player to me over the EIGHT years I’ve had it. Call it a pet, a mate, or whatever you like- but either way I think it’s amazing. To me it just has more character than the current iPods- I love the dull pink and the thought of upgrading it for a square sod makes me shudder. So until my poor little thing dies *crosses fingers that this is NEVER!* then my little Mini will be with me for many more years to come yet. Course, the Plattan will be it’s new best mate; I’ll have to make sure I get the pair better acquainted. 

Today I ‘also’ wore- Sunglasses: River Island, Tee: New Look (in stores now!) Feather Necklace: Topshop, Shorts: Topshop Rings: Topshop and Accessorize. 

I was not requested to write this blog post, I just thought such a good product deserved recognition. Thank you for the prize, Phones4U! If you’d like to find out more about the Plattan, Urbanears have a video on their website about the product: HERE.

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February 29, 2012 | 03:03 PM | 1 note
'Today I'm Wearing'- My Little Felt Hat
I went to the Topshop Outlet yesterday, in case I didn’t mention it! Apologies to all of my Twitter followers- I was so excited that I’d bought my life’s worth of clothes back with me that my fingers got a little carried away- as did my obsession for my new neon jumper. But that, my friends is another tale. Seeing as though I was a lone ranger on my trip, I thought I’d get my little photographer brother to snap some photo’s of what I was wearing before I embarked on my journey- so ta dah!


My hat is actually my mum’s, and had been sitting in her wardrobe for god knows how long. She told me that she used to wear it around the time I was born, so that’ll let you all in on how old it is! I’ve had such bad luck with finding a hat on the High Street that I’ve given up for the time being, and my ‘old’ little felt hat has been doing me just fine, ta very much. Truthfully, I’ve become quite attached to the swine, cheers mother!

My denim shirt came from my first visit to Topshop Outlet, and I bought my jumper in the Topman sale in October for a measly £10. Not only was it a bargain and a half but it’s a comfy little sod- men’s knitwear is definitely the way to go! Because my speckled grey number is actually an XL, I clinched it around the waist with a skinny brown belt, and that was from Zara.

My necklace is from Urban Outfitters, and I bought that a couple of months ago at my favourite branch (cough: Kensington High Street) and that was also in the sale. I’m a true believer in not always having to pay full price to, excuse me while I cringe- ‘look good’, and unless I am completely in love with something or know that it’s a high quality piece that’ll last donkeys years, then I’ll rarely splash out anything more than £30 on one item. Heck, fashion moves so quickly that if you’re going to spend you’re life away on ‘fast fashion’ then you’ll be broke before you know it!

The bag is also from Urban Outfitters which I bought a few years ago (I feel like Mary Poppins with it because I can fit so much inside!) the tights are from Gap, and the shoes are again, from UO. You can tell that I have a soft spot for Toppy and Urban, can’t you?


Now that the weather’s starting to perk up and the likelihood of me being blown away by a hurricane has decreased slightly, I’ll try to take more ‘Today I’m Wearing’ posts for you all. Although it’s the part of my blog I update the least ironically it’s one of the subsections which gets the most views- so I promise I’ll make more of an effort! Can’t promise I won’t laugh my way through them all though, the main photo at the top is of me trying to control myself cringing away! LOTS of love, L xx

'Today I'm Wearing'- My Little Felt Hat

I went to the Topshop Outlet yesterday, in case I didn’t mention it! Apologies to all of my Twitter followers- I was so excited that I’d bought my life’s worth of clothes back with me that my fingers got a little carried away- as did my obsession for my new neon jumper. But that, my friends is another tale. Seeing as though I was a lone ranger on my trip, I thought I’d get my little photographer brother to snap some photo’s of what I was wearing before I embarked on my journey- so ta dah!

My hat is actually my mum’s, and had been sitting in her wardrobe for god knows how long. She told me that she used to wear it around the time I was born, so that’ll let you all in on how old it is! I’ve had such bad luck with finding a hat on the High Street that I’ve given up for the time being, and my ‘old’ little felt hat has been doing me just fine, ta very much. Truthfully, I’ve become quite attached to the swine, cheers mother!

My denim shirt came from my first visit to Topshop Outlet, and I bought my jumper in the Topman sale in October for a measly £10. Not only was it a bargain and a half but it’s a comfy little sod- men’s knitwear is definitely the way to go! Because my speckled grey number is actually an XL, I clinched it around the waist with a skinny brown belt, and that was from Zara.

My necklace is from Urban Outfitters, and I bought that a couple of months ago at my favourite branch (cough: Kensington High Street) and that was also in the sale. I’m a true believer in not always having to pay full price to, excuse me while I cringe- ‘look good’, and unless I am completely in love with something or know that it’s a high quality piece that’ll last donkeys years, then I’ll rarely splash out anything more than £30 on one item. Heck, fashion moves so quickly that if you’re going to spend you’re life away on ‘fast fashion’ then you’ll be broke before you know it!

The bag is also from Urban Outfitters which I bought a few years ago (I feel like Mary Poppins with it because I can fit so much inside!) the tights are from Gap, and the shoes are again, from UO. You can tell that I have a soft spot for Toppy and Urban, can’t you?

Now that the weather’s starting to perk up and the likelihood of me being blown away by a hurricane has decreased slightly, I’ll try to take more ‘Today I’m Wearing’ posts for you all. Although it’s the part of my blog I update the least ironically it’s one of the subsections which gets the most views- so I promise I’ll make more of an effort! Can’t promise I won’t laugh my way through them all though, the main photo at the top is of me trying to control myself cringing away! LOTS of love, L xx

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January 26, 2012 | 10:36 AM | 22 notes
'Today I'm Wearing': Monroe for Sarenza
A man’s best friend? The dog. A girl’s best friend? Shoes. From the Monroe’s to the Jolie’s to the fictional Carrie Bradshaw’s, women the world over have been adoring fashionable footwear for centuries on end, and I, my friend provide no exception to this rule.

Take one of Jeffrey Campbell’s own; the ‘Johnson’, for example. Not only does he possess that essential je-ne-sais-quoi that would undoubtedly force the other shoes in your wardrobe weep with envy, he also incorporates two of the major trends for the S/S’12 season- the ‘Chelsea’ boot and the animal print. ‘Johnson’ is one mean machine, and if that little rapscallion didn’t provide me with the opportunity to indulge my wild side throughout the streets of Londres then frankly, I don’t know what the world would’ve come to. And seeing as though Sarenza is the place where Johnson lives, I think it’s fair to say that they need to save me, and fast.

With heels of steel and print that’d make even the boldest blush, these boots are certainly something special. Partnered with leggings and a printed oversized tee, I’d be in fashion ‘animal-esque prowling’ heaven. But of course for now, their sister- ‘Lydia’ will have to stand in as a worthy substitute.
‘I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot.’ We certainly do, Marilyn. We certainly do.




Want to become a Sarenza Ambassador? They’re holding a competition to find the latest addition to their blogging team, and this is my entry. As a Sarenza Ambassador, not only will you receive £150 to spend on shoes each month, but you’ll also get to attend events for the company in London and Paris (which is erm, amazing?!). To enter, click on this link to find out more.
Wearing- T-shirt: Tee and Cake at Topshop, Utility Jacket: River Island (in the sale now!), Tights: Gap, Heels: ‘Lydia’ by Jeffrey Campbell.

'Today I'm Wearing': Monroe for Sarenza

A man’s best friend? The dog. A girl’s best friend? Shoes. From the Monroe’s to the Jolie’s to the fictional Carrie Bradshaw’s, women the world over have been adoring fashionable footwear for centuries on end, and I, my friend provide no exception to this rule.

Take one of Jeffrey Campbell’s own; the ‘Johnson’, for example. Not only does he possess that essential je-ne-sais-quoi that would undoubtedly force the other shoes in your wardrobe weep with envy, he also incorporates two of the major trends for the S/S’12 season- the ‘Chelsea’ boot and the animal print. ‘Johnson’ is one mean machine, and if that little rapscallion didn’t provide me with the opportunity to indulge my wild side throughout the streets of Londres then frankly, I don’t know what the world would’ve come to. And seeing as though Sarenza is the place where Johnson lives, I think it’s fair to say that they need to save me, and fast.

With heels of steel and print that’d make even the boldest blush, these boots are certainly something special. Partnered with leggings and a printed oversized tee, I’d be in fashion ‘animal-esque prowling’ heaven. But of course for now, their sister- ‘Lydia’ will have to stand in as a worthy substitute.

‘I don’t know who invented high heels, but all women owe him a lot.’ We certainly do, Marilyn. We certainly do.

Want to become a Sarenza Ambassador? They’re holding a competition to find the latest addition to their blogging team, and this is my entry. As a Sarenza Ambassador, not only will you receive £150 to spend on shoes each month, but you’ll also get to attend events for the company in London and Paris (which is erm, amazing?!). To enter, click on this link to find out more.

Wearing- T-shirt: Tee and Cake at Topshop, Utility Jacket: River Island (in the sale now!), Tights: Gap, Heels: ‘Lydia’ by Jeffrey Campbell.

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January 21, 2012 | 12:44 PM | 3 notes
'Today I'm Wearing'- Triangular Gold
I’ll put my hands up- I’ve been severely slacking with my ‘Today I’m Wearing’ posts over the last few months. And realistically, there’s only one culprit that I can blame that isn’t my outfitless self. Winter. Yes, I’m dumping all of my regret onto England’s Ice Age. 
I don’t know about all of you, but I have an actual hatred of taking photos indoors. Natural light trumps Mr Edison’s compadre anyday of the week (who does the lightbulb think he is, taking on the actual sun?!) and getting a suitable backdrop indoors? Na-ah. So, please excuse my temporary photo stop in my living room (cheers, curtain) and my idiot grinning face. I haven’t done this for donkey’s and I got my brother to take these snaps at the speed of light before I went out last night! Note to self: bottle up idiot humour from now on…




I’m a true believer in the saying ‘You learn something new everyday’. January 21st, 2012: Flash/being indoors/my mate ‘Lumix’ makes me look orange.
Necklace: Urban Outfitters (in the sale now!), Jumper: Topshop, Belt: Vintage, Dress (shown as skirt) H&M, Ring: Accessorize (in the sale now!)

'Today I'm Wearing'- Triangular Gold

I’ll put my hands up- I’ve been severely slacking with my ‘Today I’m Wearing’ posts over the last few months. And realistically, there’s only one culprit that I can blame that isn’t my outfitless self. Winter. Yes, I’m dumping all of my regret onto England’s Ice Age. 

I don’t know about all of you, but I have an actual hatred of taking photos indoors. Natural light trumps Mr Edison’s compadre anyday of the week (who does the lightbulb think he is, taking on the actual sun?!) and getting a suitable backdrop indoors? Na-ah. So, please excuse my temporary photo stop in my living room (cheers, curtain) and my idiot grinning face. I haven’t done this for donkey’s and I got my brother to take these snaps at the speed of light before I went out last night! Note to self: bottle up idiot humour from now on…

I’m a true believer in the saying ‘You learn something new everyday’. January 21st, 2012: Flash/being indoors/my mate ‘Lumix’ makes me look orange.

Necklace: Urban Outfitters (in the sale now!), Jumper: Topshop, Belt: Vintage, Dress (shown as skirt) H&M, Ring: Accessorize (in the sale now!)

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January 03, 2012 | 03:15 PM |
NYE, ‘The Babble’ style
Without intentionally doing so, I often ‘promise’ that I’ll post photos of my adventures and stupidly, I forget. Well not this time, my dears! Although my camera didn’t take many photos on the night (my photographer friend did most of the hard work on her amazing SLR!) here are some of my better shots from the New Year itself. And, because I’m a massive IDIOT, I forgot to snap the marvel that was the ‘French Crepe Creator’. Unfortunately that treat will have to be saved for another time. Although my friends will probably murder me for doing so, here’s a slice of my last night of 2011!



The beauty that was the Byron cheese burger (before it was scoffed, of course).

Amy’s beautiful, multi purpose/entertaining top (Topshop, FYI).

My leopard print dress: Topshop, Lipstick: Rimmel (170, ‘alarm’). 

NYE, ‘The Babble’ style

Without intentionally doing so, I often ‘promise’ that I’ll post photos of my adventures and stupidly, I forget. Well not this time, my dears! Although my camera didn’t take many photos on the night (my photographer friend did most of the hard work on her amazing SLR!) here are some of my better shots from the New Year itself. And, because I’m a massive IDIOT, I forgot to snap the marvel that was the ‘French Crepe Creator’. Unfortunately that treat will have to be saved for another time. Although my friends will probably murder me for doing so, here’s a slice of my last night of 2011!

The beauty that was the Byron cheese burger (before it was scoffed, of course).

Amy’s beautiful, multi purpose/entertaining top (Topshop, FYI).

My leopard print dress: Topshop, Lipstick: Rimmel (170, ‘alarm’). 

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