Style

5 Coats/Jackets Every Woman Should Own

  I’ve been consistently in possession of a leather jacket since I got my first one at 14 from H&M, and it has never ever let me down, nor it ever well. LY leather jacket xox When I was working in Zara I noticed how a car coat/masculine coat can make an outfit look very… Continue reading 5 Coats/Jackets Every Woman Should Own

Glasgow · Style

Judy’s Vintage Fair – Glasgow

  Judy’s Vintage Fair came to The Briggait in Glasgow today. This travelling collection of pop up vintage stalls has a good reputation. Although Glasgow has some fantastic vintage shops (Starry Starry Night, Mr Ben’s etc), they can be quite overpriced. To me, the charm of raiding throw racks to find a fantastic vintage item… Continue reading Judy’s Vintage Fair – Glasgow

Style

The Brits 2017: Red Carpet

Jade Thirwall Apart from the malfunction, beautiful dress but struggles to pull off the satin-meets-leather combo. Perrie Edwards Feathers are definitely trending, but isn’t the hi-lo hem a little tired? Leigh Anne Pinnock Stunning dress, hair and makeup. Jesy Nelson  Love the new fiery hair colour but the dress looks part of Ann Sumers’ halloween… Continue reading The Brits 2017: Red Carpet

Travel

Summer in China: II

Sunset at Victoria Peak, Hong Kong. The students were asked to pick English names to call themselves for the duration of the course. My personal favourites were ‘Ocean’ and ‘Homely’. Lesson 1: Be whoever you wanna be girlfriend. It quickly became clear that my Scottish accent was going to be a minor stumbling block for… Continue reading Summer in China: II

Beauty

10 Overrated Beauty Products

Have you ever bought a brand new product that you’ve heard glorious things about but it’s failed harder than Paris Hilton’s music career? This post is intended to help you steer clear of the products which simply don’t deliver, to help you save your time and cash. You’re welcome. Bobbi Brown Gel Liner Initially, this… Continue reading 10 Overrated Beauty Products

Travel

Summer in China: I

Last year, during my final semester of university, I was struggling with deadlines and essays. I doubt I need to elaborate here, but life = hell. Whilst checking my emails, I  noticed one from my dissertation advisor which didn’t scream DOOM, but instead, opportunity. My advisor had sent an advertisement to work as an English… Continue reading Summer in China: I