I don’t know if it’s just me but I’m really feeling these winter chills this year! As the days get darker, all I want to do is curl up in bed with a heavy fur throw, a hot chocolate and a good book.
It was a couple weeks ago was when I first felt the cold settle in. We live in a new build flat so pretty much it’s always warm but lately it’s been feeling really cold! I’ve definitely stocked up on my fair share of knit jumpers and joggers and fluffy throws and socks to keep me warm.
Mountain Warehouse launches their new organic cotton collection!
2021 has not dampened our enthusiasm for more family adventures, travels and days out.
Okay, we’re a little restricted with the travel part for now but you can bet we’ll still be out and about exploring real soon. We’ve been enjoying the outdoors safely in small trips. This is because I’m not great with cold weather but I still love the outdoors haha!
We’ve been visiting our local parks and animal farms. Unfortunately the almost-freezing weather meant that we didn’t get to see as many animals as we’d liked to. Last Sunday we were blessed with warm, sunny weather so we decided to visit the woods.
I was SO excited when we were asked to become family ambassadors for the new organic cotton collection and to review some of their lovely items.
Mountain Warehouse are a well-known British brand supplying high-quality clothing, outdoor equipment and accessories worldwide since 1997.
We visited the park and woodlands of Shewsbury Park in Plumstead Common and decided it was a good time to test out our new gear. If you love the quiet outdoors, this place is definitely worth a visit. It’s serene and calm, a totally different vibe from the busy-ness of Greenwich Park. The woods feel like a safe haven. There’s only ever a few dog walkers and families walking by. It was perfect!
These two had a field day climbing around on the massive trees and logs, swinging around on the tree swings and exploring nature. Because the woods were pretty much empty, I didn’t have to worry about getting in anyone’s way or having to tell the kids to keep it quiet. They could just really enjoy the outdoors without restrictions.
Little Man felt comfy all day in his tshirt and I’m sure the organic cotton helped him keep warm. Little Miss had no problems getting around with hee dress. The cut and length are just right allowing her to climb freely without ever rising too short. It did go up a little too much on the tree swing but that’s because the swing has a rope that she has to sit around. Easiest way to solve that problem is to make your your little ones have tights, shorts or leggings on underneath the dress to avoid unwanted pant-flashing.
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We’ve not gotten round to test-driving the lovely, summery Penelope dress outdoors just yet as it’s not been warm enough but we’ve had fun doing photoshoots with the dress. Little Miss really loves wearing this dress around the house. She says it feels nice and soft on her skin. 🙂
Shrewsbury park is pretty big so it’s really ideal for mini explorers. The woods make a great place to play hide and seek. The grassy hills are fab for rolling down. The massive tree swings dotted about the park are super fun and perfect for the mini thrill-seekers. Even I had a cheeky go on the tree swing. 🙂
Little Miss has sensitive skin that’s eczema-prone so I try my best to buy her clothes that are soft on her skin. I can definitely vouch for the softness of her stripy tunic dress. In fact, all the clothes we received are soft and comfy to wear. So comfy that I’d be willing to swap my loungewear for it which really says something. Little Man also hasn’t taken off his shark t-shite since!
I love my Lily Dress so much, it’s comfortable enough to wear all day long. The front pockets on the Lily dress are really handy too and big enough to fit my iPhone 7+ in it. Both of the girls’ dresses above have pockets making it great for little ones who like carrying things around with them. Mine always loves bringing home a “souvenir” from the park. The clothes are cut in a regular fit which gave us room to move around freely. I’m only 5ft 1″ and the length of the Lily Dress is just below the knees which is perfect for me. I’m no longer a fan of short dresses!
As we’ve only worn our clothes a couple of times since getting them I can’t fully quote on the durability just yet but I can bet that these clothes will stand the test of time and provide us with many more wears. The organic cotton is amazing, it’s thick but in a premium, hard-wearing way. Nothing like I’ve worn before. I’ll update later on the quality as soon as they’ve had their first few washes.
The last year has taught me that I need to be more conscious with my buying – I’m trying to make more of an effort to purchase clothes that are sustainably made or made from reusable or recyclable materials. This is why I love H&M’s conscious range and now I can add Mountain Warehouse to that list. This is something I guarantee you’ll see more fashion brands adopting – slowly but surely. In a world where we over-consume, it only makes sense to start living and consuming responsibly and to reuse, reduce, recycle whenever possible.
Why choose organic cotton?
To call clothing ‘organic’ a company must meet strict international fabric standards. Brands like Mountain Warehouse pledge to become more environmentally friendly by sourcing their materials in a responsible and sustainable way.
According to Mountain Warehouse, organic cotton helps to protect the wildlife as farmers eliminate the use of pesticides on their cotton crops. This results in a softer, more durable material that not only feels good on the skin but is kinder too.
Mountain Warehouse currently have an online sale across their organic cotton range for women, men and kids.
NB. We were kindly sent samples of Mountain Warehouse’s new organic cotton collection to review for the purpose of this unbiased blog post. All words, content and photos are my own and should not be used without consent.
I went along to the MyJohnLewis shopping event at John Lewis Oxford Street today and boy was there a LOT of people buying stuff! It was amazing but slightly claustrophobic at the same time. I went without the kids and as my friend Dinah and I scoffed mini mince pies and washing them down with elderflower pressé for me (prosecco for her… two glasses) we had a good nosey around the giant store.
As former John Lewis employees (our first school-leaving job, that’s where we met!) it was good to see that the British company was still doing really well. A lot has changed at their Oxford Street store since I was last there which was years ago, mind you. They now have a wonderful roof garden up on the 5th floor and the majority of level 2 or 3 is dedicated to eating and dining.
We headed up to the 4th floor which is the children’s department and took a look at all the toys on offer. If you’re with the kids and are in Oxford Street, pop in and head up to the 4th floor because Moz the Monster (from under the bed) has his little pop-up house there which you can visit. You can even take a selfie with Moz as we did:
They really put on a treat with their Moz the Monster’s house. When we had finished having our bit of fun, we carried on looking around the store and I came across, what I think, are the best beanie hats I’ve seen in a while. So without further ado, here’s my top six of the best beanie hats from John Lewis.
1. Cat Pattern Wool Hat, £20
A beanie hat for that me-wow factor
This fabulous cat pattern beanie hat is totally divine. I really love it, I think it’s actually one of my faves from this list (alongside the merlot one!) – not only is it quite a sophisticated looking hat, it’s also really cool and quirky and SO going on my Christmas wishlist!
2. Barts Joy Beanie, £26.99
A purr-fect beanie for the girls
Look at those super-cute fluffy ears! How can you not love this beanie hat by BARTS, it would make a great hat for the girls or even us ladies who’re looking for something a bit different and stylish. Faux faur and felines never go out of style, dahling!
3. You Had Me At Merlot Pom Pom Beanie Hat, £22
A funny beanie that’ll get you into the festive spirit (it’s red too!)
So this is the other John Lewis beanie that I’m in love with. “You had me at Merlot” – how cute! (Even though I don’t even drink Merlot). I’m loving the funny quote and the Christmassy red colour… that pom pom is amazing too!
4. John Lewis Multi Stitch Pom Beanie, £20
Something for those who prefer simple, good quality knits
The knitting on this is simply beautiful and the colours on this multi stitch hat will definitely brighten up any dull day. Think super soft textures, and chunky warm knits. Ideal for the cold British winter.
5. Helly Hansen Knitted Beanie Hat, £30
A beanie for gadget guys – complete with removable pom pom feature
If there’s any boys (big or small) in your family that love gadgets, I think this would be the best Christmas present for him. This Helly Hansen beanie comes with a cool feature; you can attach and detach the pom pom. Two styles for the price of one, both functional and attractive. Well done Helly Hansen!
6. Barts Wilbert beanie, £14.99
For those who want a no-fuss beanie hat
If you’re just looking for a beanie hat that’s functional and affordable, check out this one. It’s plain and simple, warm and easy to wear. Nothing fancy about it – no pom poms either! The traditional beanie at its best.
And there you have it!
Which one is your favourite? Are you a beanie hat person or nah? (*this post contains affiliate links)
NOTE: Mothercare Greenwich store has now closed down permanently. Please check online for your nearest Mothercare store.
At the beginning of November to launch the new opening of the Mothercare Greenwich store which is based over at the Brocklebank retail park in Charlton (near to the Wickes Charlton store for you locals), the big parenting brand partnered with a team of top parenting experts, including Zoe De Pass of @DressLikeaMum, to host an exciting interactive evening, offering honest advice and tips to expectant parents.
It was a brilliant event and a shame as I wasn’t able to make it because everyone looked like they had loads of fun! Those who attended received personal shopping experiences, exclusive discounts on top of the special workshops and talks hosted by parenting experts.
Hosts from the night…
Zoe De Pass – trendy mummy, influencer and fashion blogger Zoe is known for her fantastic taste in mum-friendly attire that is super stylish. I love looking at her instagram page for style inspo. At the event she spoke about how maternity style can be done without compromise. The mother of two and fashion blogger is on a mission to challenge misconceptions of dressing like a mum. Zoe also introduced her picks from Mothercare’s capsule collection, THE EDIT, which includes trend-led separates and dresses that can be mixed and matched to offer fashionable yet comfortable solutions to dressing during pregnancy and nursing. It’s great that there’s now a wide range of stylish maternity wear to choose from.
Beth Kitt – midwife and parenting book author New parent myths like baby brain were dispelled by midwife and author Beth Kitt. Curious parents-to-be could ask as many questions about parenting and parenthood to their heart’s content. With years of experience in midwifery, Beth shared her invaluable tips on pregnancy and surviving the first few weeks with a new baby. She is the author of the book, ‘The Bump to Baby Chapter’.
Liz Day – parenting consultant Liz talked about the ultimate hospital bag checklist to prepare expectant parents for labour, birth and the first few hours with a newborn. From nursing bras and birthing plans, to headphones for labour playlists, and cotton nightwear to stay cool. This is one talk that I would highly recommend to all new parents. When I was a first time mum, I never got the chance to attend these kind of events (I’d always missed them ironically) but my BabyCentre forum helped me out a lot! A lot of the mums on there were 2nd time mums so they gave me a great insight on what’s essential to bring and what’s not too important.
So as you can see, attendees were treated to a night filled with fabulous people and information. With the event being a great turnout, Mothercare Greenwich has already lined up their next store event. On Sunday 10th December (10:30am-12:30pm) they will be hosting their Expectant Parent event – you can reserve your free space at Mothercare Greenwich here.
The Expectant Parent Event will be running from December 3-10 2017 at Mothercare stores around the UK. You can find your nearest participating store in the link at the bottom of this post. It’s a free event but you have to reserve your space. The event will include car safety and car seat fitting advice, the latest sleep safety advice (very important as sometimes this changes year to year following new research), pushchair and pram choices, and even baby and child first aid however this is at selected stores only.
On their website, you can also join their MyMothercare club to get email notifications of when they have new events, invitations to exclusive events, special discounts including money off-vouchers, be the first to know about their sales and much more. I’m a part of the MyMothercare club and I love it.
(featured image – photo credit: James Graham/Linkedin)
I love working out at the gym. There’s nothing more refreshing that a morning weight training session before work! It works up a proper sweat but sometimes that can make going straight to work a bit of a bother, especially if you feel the need to freshen up.
Heritage businesswear company, T.M.Lewin came up with this super helpful infographic. It’s got some fab tips that can really help a guy out – for us gals, there’s also some good advice on there that we can benefit from too!
Thanks, TM Lewin! 🙂
Please feel free to share this infographic with anyone who you think would benefit from it. Whether that be a friend, boyfriend, a work colleague, your brother, father… anyone! 🙂
It’s been a while since I made a wishlist or hosted any giveaways so I am over the moon to be hosting a brand new jewellery giveaway! 🙂
You can be in with a chance of winning a £40 gift voucher to spend at Kaya Jewellery – a UK handmade and personalised jewellery company with a conscience. Part of the company’s project goes towards the Eduki Foundation which helps children in Gambia get an education. Personally I am a big advocate of improving children’s education and I think the company is doing a great job to help out – last year, the they donated 2,500 euros to the Eduki Foundation.
I want to kick start the giveaway with my top 5 wishlist items to give you guys a glimpse into what Kaya Jewellery offers.
They have a fabulous range of both silver and pearl jewellery but not much is available if you’re more of a gold jewellery fan. There are a few really nice gold pieces on the site but I think the majority is silver jewellery. Being a fan of both gold and silver, I find that silver jewellery stands out more against my skin whereas gold jewellery blends in with my skin tone a little bit more. Right now… I’m a fan of silver jewellery.
So without further ado, here are my top 5 wishlist items:
1. Jasseron Bracelet with initial engraving
This beautiful silver Jasseron bracelet has solid soldered links which makes the bracelet stronger. It’s available in both women’s and baby’s size and can be engraved with one or two initials. I love the heart and pear charm – it’s so adorable. I wouldn’t purchase it for Baby Girl because she’s only 13 months old so a little too young in my opinion to wear jewellery accessories but it’d make a great gift for an older child or teenager.
2. Personalised ‘Twinkle Twinkle’ star necklace
This silver engraved Twinkle Twinkle chain is so cute and perfect for little girls. There’s something I find really innocent and child-like about star pendants on a chain. This one even comes with a coloured pearl charm which you can choose the colour of. This silver necklace can be engraved on both the front and the back but it’s limited to 9 characters so bear that in mind.
3. Matching Mum & Me necklaces
This silver Mum & Me necklace set would make a really good Mother’s Day gift or a birthday gift for yourself and/or your daughter. I love the design concept of the child’s heart pendant fitting into the mum’s pendant. It’s so clever. Like the previous two items in my wishlist this one also has the pearl charm… I think I have a secret thing for pearls! 🙂
4. Silver ‘Entwined’ necklace
This silver necklace ‘entwined’ design is very symbolic – to me the larger ring represents the mother and the small one represents the child. As stated above, you can personalise the rings if you want to (why wouldn’t you?) with up to 20 characters on the large ring and up to 8 characters on the smaller ring. The engraving is also done by hand by the company owner, Tanja – it doesn’t get any more personalised than that. I chose this necklace because even though it’s quite a simple design, sometimes the simpler ones are the most beautiful.
5. Silver baby bangle
No wishlist for baby jewellery can be complete without one of these. It’s a staple jewellery piece and one of the only things I would buy for Baby Girl at this age as it’s simple and can’t be a choking hazard due to the design. A silver baby bangle is one of the ultimate baby jewellery gifts you could buy and the engraving option makes it extra special and extra personalised. I wanted to get one of these for Baby Girl’s first birthday but didn’t have enough money as we spent it all on her birthday party so it’s on our list for this Christmas instead.
About Kaya Jewellery Kaya Jewellery is a UK company that specialises in handmade, personalised jewellery for mums, mum and daughter, baby / children and “3 generations” (nan, mum, baby). They offer personalised engraving, gift wrapping and gift boxes.
This competition has now ended.
Winner: Kim Neville (Congrats!)
Giveaway expires: Friday 30th June
NB. This post was written in collaboration with KayaJewellery.co.uk in exchange for hosting a giveaway. All words, opinions and content are my own. Photos of the jewellery have been credited to the source.
It’s been such a long time since I last posted anything and it’s because there’s been quite a few changes. I came up to the end of my maternity leave and decided to go back to work… just not back to where I was working. There was nothing wrong with the place – I had a good team, the workload was manageable and I liked the workplace but now with two children under 5, the commuting made me anxious to return.
I found another job closer to home, it’s literally a 5 mins walk away which obviously much more convenient in terms of travel. Dropping off LO at nursery is en route to work and the job role gives me more flexibility. I can choose to work from home if I have childcare problems and can’t get into the office and I can spread my hours over the week (working half-days) without having to worry about any bus, tube or train commuting. Ker-ching!
So that’s basically why I’ve not been present on the old blogosphere for the last month. Work is manic – I have paperwork, bookings and deadlines up to my ears. Already! It’s stressful but I guess it is because it’s still early days. When I got an email asking if I’d like to write a review on personalised jewellery I said yes without hesitation. It’s been such a long time since I owned any piece of jewellery it was a chance for me to reintroduce myself to it.
If you’ve been following me on Instagram (@mannyngo) you will know that I have started to embark on a journey to a healthier lifestyle over the last few weeks. My ab-separation has pretty much gone now – at most they are between 1-1.5 finger width apart. Around the belly button feels a little more like just under 2 finger widths apart but I think it’s normally a little more gappy around the belly button.
It’s no surprise that when it rains, I don’t like to take LO outside because he comes back DRENCHED – not because it’s raining but because he is constantly splashing in every puddle he can find. Whether it’s a little tiny puddle or a massive puddle that goes up to his ankles… he’s in them!
It’s not a nightmare when he’s got the right shoes on going to nursery but when he doesn’t, it actually makes my blood boil because it means he’ll be wet all day long and I can’t stand knowing that he’s damp (think of all that nasty bacteria breeding!!) Wellies have become one of our staple buys now – it got to a point when I wanted LO to have three pairs; one to keep at nursery, one to keep at home and one to keep at Ba’s (grandma’s) house so he’s always prepared.
However I came to realise that just having wellies was not enough for LO because when he splashes, his bottoms get wet. I cannot tell you the number of times that LO has left nursery in different bottoms on a rainy day because they let the kids out in the garden and of course, LO is the first one to be jumping in the puddles. So when I received an email from a British company called Dry Kids who sell children’s waterproof clothing I was absolutely ecstatic to have the opportunity to test out their wear. Unfortunately at the time of receiving the wonderful waterproof dungarees for LO, we’ve had a bloody heatwave and summer weather with no rain!
As we’ve had such good weather so far, for this post I will be reviewing the quality of the dungarees but not its performance. I will hopefully be able to do this at a later time when the rain decides to come back again. (I’m sure that won’t be long knowing what British summers are like!)
Here are some photos of the lovely Dry Kids waterproof dungarees to feast your eyes on:
The material is really good quality
Elasticated cuffs and a band to ensure a secure fit
You’ll never lose your dungarees with this name tag label
My favourite feature – poppers for a good fit
Adjustable straps so the dungarees can grow with your bubba 🙂
As you can see, the quality of the dungarees is really good. These are the unlined waterproof dungarees which is slightly more lightweight than their fleeced version. I think I will buy the fleeced version for winter time as I really like these dungarees. I can already tell that with LO splashing in the water he won’t be able to get his bottoms wet – YAY! 🙂
My favourite feature of these bottoms are the little plastic poppers on the sides. LO has a slim torso so sometimes when I buy things for his age, it comes up a little big but having these poppers will mean he can have a better fit. I also like the handy name-tag label which will be really useful for him at nursery. I’m definitely going to have to purchase another pair in September for when LO goes back to nursery.
The waterproof dungarees are just £14.95 (so cheap!) and come in a range of funky colours. They also do a lovely warmer fleeced version which is only a couple of pounds more at £17.95. I highly recommend Dry Kids clothing especially if your children love the outdoors. If you live in a more rural area, then I think your little one’s wardrobe can’t be complete without a pair of these. Dry Kids sell a whole range of outdoor clothing from these dungarees to wellies and all-in-ones. LO has a waterproof all-in-one that we bought a little while ago but I much prefer these new Dry Kids dungarees as they are way easier to take off and put on especially when it’s time for a wee. 🙂
About Dry Kids
“DryKids was born because our own kids loved to be outside playing, climbing and getting wet whatever the weather and location.” – Dry Kids
The UK based company is all about providing fun, functional and comfy waterproof outerwear for kids of all ages from 2-12 years old. They offer everything from all-in-ones suits to high-vis shirts and beanie hats. For more on Dry Kids and their waterproof clothing, visit http://www.drykids.co.uk/
Have you got any waterproof gear for your little ones? What do you think of them?
NB. We were kindly sent a pair of waterproof dungarees by DryKids to review. All words, opinions and photos are my own.
Who said maternity lingerie had to be frumpy looking? Most maternity bras on the market for us mums-to-be nowadays have better shapes, are really comfy and designed to look good and feel good. (Finally!)
In my recent search I came across so many maternity lingerie brands; some names that I really liked and recognised, others that I hadn’t heard of, or didn’t like the look of. Most of the bras though looked amazing and seemed like they would feel comfy too. Maternity bras comes mainly in three types; non-nursing, nursing, and sleeping. I definitely want a nursing bra as I will be breastfeeding Baby Girl and will need something to see me through those booby-milk days but I want something that would be comfortable enough to fall asleep in too.
I really loved my Emma Jane nursing bra that was given to me at LO’s baby shower and I practically lived in it for the whole 6 months that I breastfed LO however it really unattractive and frumpy looking so this time, I just want something just a little bit “prettier”.
Here’s my wishlist of the nursing bras I’ve found online which I really like…
Heidi Klum Intimates
This nursing bra by Heidi Klum Intimates looks comfortable yet stylish. I love the black and cream colour because it’s just simple and the design is one that I think I would wear on a daily basis. Also, as it’s a nursing bra, it’ll see me through my breastfeeding days so no need to switch from a non-nursing to nursing bra.
I really love this bra by Hot Milk. It looks like my Emma Jane nursing bra that I had when I gave birth to LO which was sooo comfy but I’m not going to lie – it looked hideous and didn’t sit well under my clothes. However this one seems to look smoother and seamless so it shouldn’t be visible under my clothes. I love comfort and rate it more higher than looks so this bra will probably be my first nursing bra purchase.
This beautiful silk-soft stretch satin and lace bra by Amoralia looks absolutely amazing. The luxurious design doesn’t compromise the functional or practical aspects of the bra. The material is stretchy so it’ll mould and move with your body, not against it. So no chaffing underarms or irritated/itchy nipples and cleavage – woop woop! The bra comes in the black/cream version which is pretty but my favourite is the nude/cream colour.
This lovely bra from the Topshop Maternity collection. It’s a very simple looking maternity bra – a little cute albeit – and is very much a basic essential maternity bra. It’s the cheapest out of all the bras I’ve mentioned in this post which I am a little scared will reflect in the quality of the material. I mean, Topshop is my go-to place for clothing (especially denim jeans!) however for my maternity wear… I am not 100% sold on it yet. I will need to go to the shops to try it out and see. It may just surprise me!
Former yummy mummies, if you have any recommendations that you can offer me it will be greatly appreciated!
I loooooove Primark – they are great for basics and the price is so cheap, you could actually buy two pairs to ensure that you will continue have that cherished item in your wardrobe. Sadly, I didn’t purchase any doubles but I really love the three items I picked up today.
This is my second Primark haul (click here to see the first haul) and as you can see, I don’t purchase a lot and I don’t go clothes shopping a lot either as I’m a bit of a hoarder. So I purchased a floral canvas bag (£1.50), black culottes (£5), and blue high-waist skinny jeans (£10).
I am in love with the floral canvas bag! I am a bit of a collector for canvas bags and this is the prettiest one I have seen in a while. I am considering to buy this again because I know once it starts getting dirty, it’s going to need a wash and will probably shrink or become distorted in shape after the wash… sad times. The black culottes are going to be my new staple bottoms for work. I’ve been looking for a pair for a while now and this one was the best shape and fabric so I had to purchase it – it was also on sale for £5 so a bargain really! With the blue jeans, they are a cross between jeans and jeggings as they are really stretchy but not classed as jeggings as they have a proper sip-fly and button unlike jeggings.
The colour is amazing and is what attracted me to them as I have been looking for denim in a similar shade but can never find it. It’s like the traditional blue that you used to be able to find widely, just all one colour not washed with other colours nor bleached. Perfect. I am also loving high-waist jeans as it works well with long and short tops; crop top and high-waist skinnies are on trend this summer so I shall be joining that trend. Who says being a mummy means I need to dress all frumpy 🙂
I also found a wonderful monochrome cardigan (£12) which I think would be lovely for our British summers. It’s light enough to wear when it’s sunny but windy or not as warm, and would also be perfect for those cool summer nights. I love the geometric pattern and anything monochrome is always an added bonus for me!
Have you purchased anything this week or planning to buy something? Let me know what you think of my latest purchases in the comment box below. 🙂
I went on a short trip to Primark (Lewisham branch) and found these wonderful items! Everything came to under £20 – what a bargain! All these items could potentially make an outfit (will obviously need something to wear on the bottom half of course!).
I simply love stripes and nothing beats classic black and white/cream stripes. When I saw this top and instantly knew I had to add it to my collection – I love wearing colours but have found myself leaning more towards monochrome fashion. I recently bought a pair of stretchy trousers from H&M which I think would go perfect with this top. Failing that I have my black leggings and jeggings as a back-up choice.
My white Orlando bag from JustFab is the perfect size when I am going work as I have more things to store in it but for my casual days out or when I am just running errands I need a smaller bag (I have a separate bag for LO) so I have been on a major lookout for a small bag that suits me and my style/personality… along came the bucket bag. It has a very casual slouchy look but can be instantly dressed up for a more sophisticated look. This one that I found from Primark has a Chanel-esque vibe about it (maybe it’s the quilting) which drew me to it. It’s so cute and cheap I think I need to purchase a few more in case it wears out before its time, or gets sold out, or becomes discontinued.
The white sandals are a new favourite for me. I can’t really wear high heels anymore due to my ankles and the pressure that build up means I can only wear heels under 4 inches and chunky heels provide me with better support than stilettos. Now that chunky platform sandals and heels are in fashion, it’s the perfect time for me! I found these gorgeous white sandals among all the other chunky platform heels. The height of the heel is about 1.5 inches which is just enough for everyday wear and the crossover pattern provides adequate support for my feet. I also hate my feet due to a massive bunion on my right foot that makes me really conscious of it but these sandals hide it really well and make my feet look slimmer so I had to buy it!
I am in love with Primark and my recent haul. I will post a photo of me wearing my latest purchases very soon!