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What I Wore: Primary Colours

It’s come to my attention that I’ve got hardly any time this week, with Reading come up in literally two days and due to starting my new job properly when I come back, I think everything’s going to get a bit of organisation overhaul. I’ve got a lot to share with you from the last few days, what with it having been my birthday I’ve got presents and days out, as well as carbooting finds so watch this space, you haven’t quite lost me yet.

I actually took a little hiatus from blogging and the Internet towards the end of last week as I wanted to pay a bit more attention to Moon and just ‘be’ rather than sit at my computer, a terrible habit I’d managed to get myself into. I think I’ve kicked my addiction for now so can dip in and out when I please again. So, this is what I wore out to my birthday date with Moon on Thursday. We went to an amazing restaurant in Oxford called Atomic Pizza, and I had the best onion rings of my life, but more on that later, it’s such a cool place, I hope we have a chance to go again soon.



Shrug: Primark
Necklace: Vintage
Dress: Topshop
Brooch: Gift, Cath Kidston
Tights: Primark
Shoes: Converse

This dress makes me feel pretty special, although I’m less than pleased with the material, I think it still has something about it. I was all hearts and even had them on my face. I’m always most happy with my outfit when it’s bright and I was even happier to be covered in primary colours.


This was one of my birthday presents from Moon, I love it, isn’t it adorable? It went so well with one of the other gifts he got me too. ♥


You can blame Moon and not so great lighting for this one, but I thought I’d mention that I’ve tried two new nail products this week. One being H&M nail varnish, which is probably some of the best I’ve ever used; it goes on smoothly, looks great after just two coats and has such a great colour range. For £2.99 I can’t believe I didn’t pay attention sooner. I also picked up some nail wraps in the ASOS sale, I liked the pattern but I’m not sure they really do it for me, in that I’ll use them up but won’t be buying them again, I’d rather do it myself.



I picked up this notebook in John Lewis at the weekend, I thought I might need a notebook for work eventually and I’ve had my eye on this one for a while. I also thought it would be useful to jot down ideas – of which I seem to have many at the moment – and schedule myself a bit better. There are few things better than a fresh notebook.

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