Double Fantasy: John & Yoko

Little did I know, I was about to experience a world first. The Double Fantasy Exhibition explores the personal and creative chemistry between the iconic couple John Lennon and Yoko Ono and their Imagine Peace campaign. The free exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool expresses their deep and powerful love for one another through film,Continue reading “Double Fantasy: John & Yoko”

Mini-Break: Dublin

  DublinDublin, the Capital of the Republic of Ireland and the largest city.  A visit consisting of a three night stay as a short mini break.  The FlightBearing in mind, I haven’t been on a flight for around six years this was a massive deal to me at the time. I didn’t know exactly theContinue reading “Mini-Break: Dublin”

I want to visit New York

Every single year around Christmas I say that I want to go New York, yet it’s never happened. So this year I am going to try my very best to make it happen. I would love to stay there for around a week, close to Times Square, be able to visit the little quirks asContinue reading “I want to visit New York”

Advent Calendar: Beauty Picks

Beauty Advent Calendars this year have upped their game to a whole new level. After having a lengthy browse, I’ve come to my decision which ones have captured my attention and made my mouth drool, it WILL be dangerous damage to my bank account too so I thought I’d share what has tickled my fancyContinue reading “Advent Calendar: Beauty Picks”

What’s trending: ZARA Autumn/Winter Collection 2016

Zara has become my new adoration and obsession. I’ve always been a big fan, but I’ve been especially loving their autumn/winter collection this year, just a tad more than usual, so I thought I’d share some of the pieces that have caught my eye recently… ANIMAL PRINT SHIRT // // £25.99 Black culottes or skinniesContinue reading “What’s trending: ZARA Autumn/Winter Collection 2016”

How do you become a fashion journalist?

The million dollar question a lot of people ask within the UK each year, but is there really a perfectly single solid answer that will hit the nail on the head? For those who aren’t familiar with the term, fashion journalism is writing about the most wonderful and weird textile industry. From a perspective ofContinue reading “How do you become a fashion journalist?”

BOOK REVIEW: AFTER THE CRASH

***No Spoilers*** As most of you will already know, I love a good thriller, so when I spotted this little gem on the side of Waterston’s Best-sellers Shelf I decided I’d treat myself to a little bit of excitement of the unknown. So it’s a suspenseful book I’ll give you that, and ‘thriller of theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: AFTER THE CRASH”

Glastonbury Festival 2016: In Pictures

My second year at Worthy Farm was one to remember, from Muse to Coldplay it was one of the most amazing experiences, however it was a muddy one… Here’s a few photos of my second time at Glasto!   Hope you like the photos I’ve taken, let me know about your experiences from Worthy FarmContinue reading “Glastonbury Festival 2016: In Pictures”

10 BEST THINGS ABOUT THE CITY I LIVE IN: SHEFFIELD

Here are a few things that I have loved from living in Sheffield from the past three years, I wanted to do this post, as I will be leaving soon to live back home now that I’ve finished my studies and wanted to show a bit of appreciation for the city I love most, Sheffield.Continue reading “10 BEST THINGS ABOUT THE CITY I LIVE IN: SHEFFIELD”

Fashion: Top 5: Affordable Highstreet Prom/Grad Ball Dresses

Recently having my own graduation ball, I found that searching for the perfect dress was hard work. So I decided to write about a few of my favourites showing what I thought were affordable and easy to purchase as a high-street buy. I wanted to gather a collection of what could be for the specific occasions thatContinue reading “Fashion: Top 5: Affordable Highstreet Prom/Grad Ball Dresses”