I recently went shopping.
Despite winter being my favourite season by a mile, I’m surprisingly un-equipped for it clothes wise.
Below are pictures of some of the things I’ve bought! Both the cropped cream Zara shirt/jumper and sleeveless, breton shirt from Sportsgirl are really useful basics. Great for layering, and pretty inexpensive! I’ve already worn the jumper three out of the four days I’ve had it.
It is fairly thin material but I wouldn’t want it any thicker, as the bomber-type (except as a jumper, obv) shape of it would start to look too bulky.

Priceline was having a two day 40% off all cosmetics sale and I made some unexpected purchases.. everything I bought is something I’ve been wanting to buy/re-purchase lately though, sooo maybe it’s okay? Mm

As well as these items, I bought a light grey, long sleeved, incredibly soft shirt from the Kmart men’s department – $6 –  some patterned wide-leg culottes from Zara – $40 -, which are possibly the most comfortable thing I’ve ever owned (I’m wearing them in the next post) after the  aforementioned Kmart shirt, and a few party decorations for our house’s upcoming joint-birthdays party!
I decided on a pink, green and silver colour theme to co-ordinate with our eclectic little kitchen. I’ll post some pictures of that once we’ve set it up!

Savvy ~
Eyebrow kit $4.79*, Concealer stick in ‘darkest’ $2.39* (I bought to use as a cream contour).
Rimmel ~
Stay matte powder in ‘Silky Beige’ ~ $7.17*, Provocalips long-lasting lipstick in ‘730 Make your move’ $10.77*
Maybelline ~
Matte Lipstick in ‘665Lust for Blush’ $10.77*

**Sale prices




It was a freezing morning!!! We both left the house with thick jumpers and bare legs (regret), and were at uni by 8am – it was practically still dark. Uni has a Hogwart-ian feel in cold weather, which is great and oddly enough inspires study in me. I spent the first three hours of this morning in a contented state of essay writing and coffee-drinking in one of the uni cafes.

Unprepared as I often am, I left the house without any food today. I can’t seem to embrace the concept of buying meals when I’m out, so I struggled through my classes on two coffees and half of a carob bear. Has anybody tried those? I thought it tasted strangely like the way I would imagine moisturiser tastes, then I realised it contained cocoa butter. So there you go! It’s all natural ingredients and better for you than chocolate – but on the other hand, tastes kinda like face cream.