Monday, 21 November 2016

Layering Up



If there's one thing that college life has taught me so far, it has to be that there is nothing more important that layering up during these cold Winter months. While pretty dresses and metallic skirts have featured in some of my most popular outfit posts, there's no denying that I swiftly grab my favourite woolly knit after every shoot. Although I'm usually an ambassador for the wear whatever makes you feel beautiful movement, this Winter seems the be the coldest yet, so I figured that it's time to team dress accordingly with the wear what you want squad in order to survive this chill.

Nothing says dress accordingly more than wearing 487 layers on a daily basis. While this can sometimes end up being the most tragic decision of your entire lifetime (reminding you of the movie Shrek, where Shrek himself affirms Donkey that "Ogres are like onions, onions have layers."), it can work out pretty well sometimes too, depending on what you choose to layer up on - and I've popped all my faves below:


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Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Sadhbher's Christmas Gift Guide



If you blink 7 times and click your heels together, Christmas will be right on your doorstep - so just before we do all that, I've put together a super affordable Christmas gift guide, just to get you through the season, even on a student budget!


Christmas


I'm a firm believer in the motto "it's the thought that counts," so I guess the most difficult thing about Christmas shopping is trying to find something thoughful and affordable. This year my student budget is screaming framed photograph. I feel like it's one gift that never disappoints. Primark/Penneys always have such a cute range of frames - making this an uber affordable option. And of course, if you're not feeling those cheesy vibes, there's so many other budget options - from a standard scented candle to cute keyrings - you can catch them all below


Spending larger amounts of money at Christmas is always difficult, but sometimes there's just no avoiding it. A good quality pair of jim-jams never fails to impress, and of course for all those makeup lovers, Christmas is literally the best time of the year - we can finally say hello to way more cute gift sets than we could ever ask for! If that's not your thing, nothing beats a good handbag - you can catch most of my faves over on Asos.






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Saturday, 5 November 2016

She's a dreamer..




I think we should all face each day with a pocket full of dreams and a handful of determination to get us to where we want to be. It's far too easy to lose sight of who we are and who we want to be, so this week I took some time out with one of my favourites, Ailbhe Woods of The Red Brunette to catch up while we shot this look.








I've been a dreamer for as long as I can remember, and lately my garden of dreams seems never-ending, and even a little daunting at times. They say that if you're dreams don't scare you, they're not big enough.. Luckily, I'm petrified. Everyday I'm asked how I find a balance between study, blogging and just about everything else, but I guess the key is having a vision of where you want to be, and making a plan. It's all about willingness to work hard, and of course self-belief. Setting goals, and always following through.




What better way to face the world than in your favourite floral dress. I feel like everyone needs a cute day-dress in their wardrobe, and this is mine. A dress that gives you killer confidence, but one that you can still wear on the daily. This Topshop pick is my go-to. I just love all the little quirky details, like the open back and the below-the-elbow sleeves. It just has everything I look for in a day dress!





I teamed the look with the cutest Primark/Penneys velvet boots. Nothing says Christmas is on the way more that velvet, so I'm starting to subtly incorporate the Christmas velvet trend into my wardrobe, starting with these boots.









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