Tweed Skirt

 Karen Millen Jumper | Zara Skirt (similar) | Dune Boots | Michael Kors Bag (new version) | Zara Coat (similar)

Happy weekend everyone! I'm about to head to work, but I wanted to share with you all my first ever YouTube video (click here)! I hope to improve as they go on, but definitely feel I learned quite a bit from this one, and especially when I had to re-watch myself talking multiple times through editing! This is actually the second topic and about the 6th video I have filmed and edited, and I figured at this stage I just need to start posting them, and continuing to improve. It's hard not to be overly critical of oneself though! Would love it if you checked it out. 

This week I also started off by doing a really big surgery on a 40kg dog with a twisted stomach. He was discharged home a couple days later, so I hope he has continued to do well! 

Also, is this not the perfect Autumn/Winter outfit?! I imagine wearing this for a day in London, wandering around in flat boots but still really easily take the outfit from day to dinner. I love my large Michael Kors bag, bought it at the start of the hype in Europe around 2012 I believe. It's really practical, and great quality. 

Wishing you all a wonderful day!

Winter Smart

 Primark Jumper (similar) | Zara Trousers (similar) | Zara Coat (similar here & here) | Furla Bag (similar) | Heels (similar style here & here)

Who else thinks they may have forgotten how to walk in heels?! Even trying to style an outfit for photos, my feet were well aware of the shoe situation. I miss dressing up! Luckily, I have this lovely blog to play with. It's like the adult version of playing dress up. Anybody else feel this way?

I'm starting this week off with lots of motivation, and a to-do list the length of my arm. I've also started yoga again, mostly for my back pain. I forgot just how good it feels! I have serious goals to make this a daily morning habit. They say it takes 30 days to 3 months, so fingers crossed I stick with it. 

I'm also planning on starting filming my first youtube video in the next few days. I've pretty much settled on the first topic. It's all a bit daunting and scary, when you've never done it but we'll put it all down to an interesting experience!

Wishing you all a lovely week ahead. Chat soon. 

Country Walk


Zara Jacket (similar here & here) | Mountain Warehouse Fleece | H&M Leggings (similar) | Dune Boots (similar here & here) | Primark Winter Headband (similar) | M&S Gloves

The UK is back in a lockdown, so walks are the way forward. Lots of outdoorsy activities and hikes. This was snapped a few weeks ago, when I went for lunch with a friend and a walk around a cute village. 

At the moment, I'll be on the sofa - so my cute new walking boots will be sitting in the shoe cupboard for now. I've hurt my back, and even the shortest walk aggravates it. Which is a bit sad, but on the bright side it's really really cold and wet outside - so being indoors isn't half bad! 

I have also settled one of my New Year's goals for this year, and that is a 'no spend' year. Meaning, no shopping of any material items that are not considered essential. I managed to achieve a fair amount of online shopping, especially in the second half of the year. Too much, given I have nowhere to go and wear all my fabulous new clothes! 

What are your New Year's goals? I would love to know!