Cardigan (*) - Hush
Top - Topshop
Jeans - Topshop
Boots - River Island (old)
I think I may have found my perfect autumn cardigan. This beautiful chunky piece has a lovely colour mix of pink, brown and beige and is unlike anything I've seen around at the moment. I love the thick spaced dyed yarn and the sleeves are definitely my favourite, it is quite wide and hangs long meaning, it's perfect for cosying up with on colder days. Paired here with an all black outfit to showcase the cardigan in full light, I just can't stop gushing over how pretty it is, honestly.
Photos: Meme Ly
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
That's right, don't be put off by the beard. Embrace it, but make sure you look after it. There are so many things you can use on beards from oils to balms to butters to conditioners, the main thing is to try and keep it healthy like the hair on our heads. This in mind, I have currently been using a couple of great products from The Brighton Beard Company.
After a shower or bath, I use the Old Joll's Mandarin, Cedar Wood and Juniper Beard Oil (*). With my hair dry, I apply a few drops of the oil and comb in through. The scent is sweet and fruity and leaves my beard feeling super soft to touch and smelling great.
If I know I'll be out for the day, I always use The Brighton Beard Company Creampot Tom's Beard Balm (*). This balm is a leave-in conditioning treatment that nourishes and repairs the hair. Not only does it smell great, it's non-greasy and gives my hair hold, making it look a lot neater.
Movember is soon approaching us and that means a lot of 'out of control' mo's! So why not treat yourself or him to some of The Brighton Beard Company Jevington Jigg's Moustache and Beard Wax (*) and t-shirt or two from Cool Beard Bro. This 99 Problems Tee (*) is one of my favourites and it totally sums up my feelings towards my beard. Come on, let's get creative for a great cause!
Monday, 27 October 2014
Who doesn't love looking bronzed all year round? But not everybody can afford holidays every other month to keep up that much loved tan. So what else can you do instead to achieve a bronzed glow? Fake it of course! I am an avid fan of fake tan, but sometimes I do find it a chore to apply and like everybody else, I worry about that god awful tango-ed look #notagoodsight. Lately, I have been using a slightly different way to look tanned by using some clever techniques and a couple of great products. So today, I'm sharing my love for a particular bronzing duo that I absolutely love.
The EcoTools Face & Body Sculpting Brush (*) is a large and super soft tool that helps to apply product evenly with the right coverage. I like to use this mainly on my shoulders and decolettage area, by using sweeping and blending movements, I can create soft shadows and great definition.
As for bronzer, my all time favourite is the NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna (*). It creates the ultimate healthy looking glow and with the powder being slightly shimmery, it really enhances the areas that I'm trying to contour. Together, these two products work amazingly and gives me the most perfect, natural bronzed look with ease.
What are your favourite bronzing products?
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