I've just cut my hair really short, well, a lot shorter than I intended! And I need the advice of some beauty bloggers! I need some products that will give my short locks volume and some advice about how to style it!
Get in touch if you have any ideas! Maybe we could do a collaboration on a post with my before and after photos!
Today I handed in two of my final assignments for the term, yay! Only a nine hour law exam to go on Friday :/ eeek!
So to celebrate, I watched a few classic 80's teen flicks.
First off was Pretty In Pink! The most classic of the bunch! If you haven't watched it, you should definitely do it! Andie is a one of the few feisty female characters of the early teen flick.
She wears what she wants, she supports her unemployed dad, fights for the man she loves and doesn't give in to the preppy (and jerky) jock. Plus, her clothes are pretty awesum and the soundtrack rocks.
How fantastic is this dress?!
The next one I watched was Tuff Turf made in 1985. It also stars James Spader, the year before he plays the above jerky jock. It's got THE most amazing 80's outfits (think Madonna in lycra and leg warmers).
Spader plays Morgan, the new kid who falls for the girlfriend of the toughest guy in school. Mayhem. Kim Richards, who plays Frankie, is so beautiful and has the longest, blondest hair in the world! Girl crush!
And watch out for a super young Robert Downey Jr.
A bit James Dean esque, dont't cha think?
Finally, to round off a movie marathon afternoon, I watched Can't Buy Me Love. This one has a teenage Patrick Dempsey playing a nerdy high schooler who pays the head cheerleader to go out with him in a bid to make him more popular.
This '87 movie is similar to the common themes that crops up in later teen films such as Cruel Intentions and 10 Things I Hate About You, so if those are in your list of favourite films, then this is deffo one to watch!
For only the second time in three years, my housemate and I took a trip to Winchester! We should really go more often, it's so pretty and has the cutest shops! It was a rather chilly Sunday and there's nothing better than shopping and a cosy pub lunch on an Autumn Sunday!
These pics are from the most beautiful, unique department store, The Hambledon.
I'm writing about alternative weddings for my dissertation, so we went to have a look around the Vintage Fair. There wasn't anything I'd call super alternative for my project, but there was so many lovely stalls there.
If you know anyone who is having an alternative wedding and would be willing to speak to me about it, there would be free photographs on offer! :) Get in touch!
I was helping out at Ipswich Fashion Week about three weeks ago now. It was a really fun event and was helping to raise the profile of Suffolk fashion!
It was held at the Corn Exchange in the town centre and featured the Ipswich Town Footballers as well as some of the regions finest boutiques, high street stores and wedding retailers!
The Corn Exchange looked beautiful, as did the models! These are some pics from rehearsals. Behind the scenes exclusive!
My team badge! Very proud haha!
Hopefully there will be another Fashion Week in April to showcase the Spring/Summer lines. I love getting involved with anything East Anglian and fashion based, sometimes all these local business need is a bit of publicity to go big time!
I'm going to start today's post by saying I'm sorry that I haven't been posting as regularly, but until May third year uni is taking over, but I'll try to post as much as poss!
Sooo, I designed my own iPhone case! I have the old iPhone 4 and it's so hard to find pretty cases for them nowadays.
This is a photo I took of a Biba drawing from the Biba and Beyond exhibition in Brighton earlier this year. I've had it as the background for my iPhone for ages so I thought it was time it took centre stage.
I went onto Vista Print where you can customise so much stuff! Some friends have used it for business cards with great results so I thought I'd try it out.
I'm really pleased with the results. It only cost £15 including delivery and because my photo is of a drawing it's slightly mottled close up, but I think if you had a regular photo (not shot through glass!), it would be even better!