So, that tittle is technically a lie as I’m not actually leaving… I’m just re-locating. Over to blogger, with a new domain and what not. Blogger just seemed to be more practical for what I wanted and I feel a fresh space for my blog is exactly what I needed. I also have a tone of posts already lined up and scheduled so it’s going to have more regular and better content.
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I hope to see you all over there. Adios amigos x
I’m the kinda gal who likes to stick to what she knows so after having a Tumblr account for almost 4 years, I always favoured it over Pinterest. I still love my trusty ol’ Tumblr page but there’s no denying that when it comes to visual inspiration for both Fashion and Interior design, Pinterest just steals the spotlight. So after spending endless nights of religiously scrolling through my Pinterest feed, I decided to share it with you all. I’m all for minamalist designs at the moment so here’s some images from my [almost] all white pin-board.
Sandals – Birkenstock
I need to stop buying incredibly ugly but equally as comfy shoes that are now deemed trendy because the Olsen twins regularly rock them with socks and oversized knits. A classic case of; they aren’t OK until Alexa [Chung] says so.
This Easter weekend hasn’t just been about my new footwear but it’s also included a rare appearance from the sun and a pretty sick playlist to accompany said sunshine. Enjoyyyyyy.
I’ve got a chronic case of bad blogger syndrome so until that’s fixed, here’s some street style shots I got whilst wandering Shoreditch a few weeks ago.
Holla April, it’s time we got some Spring shopping done! My style is all over the place recently so I’m going back to basics with smocks and breton tees.. and if they aren’t grey or black or some shade in between, I’m not interested. Spring is also the time for investment pieces so I think it’s about time I finally gave in and got myself that Rocco bag. Don’t you agree?
Sandals £24.99 – New Look
I live in chunky boots so finding a sandal that I like is never the easiest mission so when I saw these sitting in the window of my local New Look I was all over ’em. They’re also perfecto for the transitional weather as you can still wear them with ankle socks and tights. I don’t normally like New Look but there’s no denying their shoe game is on point. Always bringing out a thrifty alternative to a bloggers fave.. think back to the Coltrane dupes for a mere £25 and you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
If you’re a Londoner, you’ll be used to seeing a Leon’s around every corner but if you’re from other parts of the UK or even further afield, unfortunately you’re missing out on this little treasure I was pleased to discover a few months back. When you think of fast food you instinctively associate it with chicken nuggets, fries and whatever else lies in the uncertainty of the ingredients. But it doesn’t have to be that way and you can still enjoy delicious meals made from all natural foods and get it within the time it takes to flip a Big Mac…. and if that isn’t enough to persuade you, the prices are practically identical.
The menu includes an arrangement of superfood salads, wraps, rice boxes… think meatballs in a tomato sauce or chicken and chorizo. Or if thats not enough you can still get a burger and a side of baked fries but you’ll be reassured that you’re getting fresh produce created from all natural ingredients.
I normally get a rice box with a peach, lemon and white tea juice and if I’m feeling extra hungry I’ll even get a side of baked fries.. Something I definitely recommend trying if you get the opportunity.
Convenient, cheap, tasty AND healthy.. possibly the perfect combination for when deciding what you want for lunch, right?
*The Leon Gobi, Menu HERE