Showing posts with label Blogmas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Blogmas. Show all posts

Blogmas #7 | Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion

I thought I'd do a bit of a #throwbackthursday today and finally post aboutat the V&A museum in London that I went to a little while back with my friend Amanda.  I'd kindly been given a ticket to the exhibition as a little thank you for something but I really wanted to go anyway. I'm not a massive fan of the brand as it is today but there's little trace of it here and mercifully not in sight! However Cristóbel Balenciaga was one of the most innovative designers of the last century and was quite a private person so even the smallest glimpse into his design process and life was always going to be rather thrilling for anyone interested in fashion, design or history.

Blogmas #6: Preloved Patent Boots

Christmas is the time for all things shiny so these boots couldn't have come at a better time after being on the search for the perfect pair for quite a while. I wasn't sure they were very 'me' at first, I switch from loving all things patent to finding it extremely tacky but for now they're firmly in my good books. 

Topshop via Depop but  which are actually not too expensive either!

They're originally from Topshop but I got them for about £13 on Depop. I used to be a bit snobby funny about buying preloved shoes but these are absolutely fine and were in great condition,  they probably look a bit scratched here because of my wanky hipster styley photo but I can tell you they're practically perfect. In every way actually, the heel is small but the hills of Brighton are very unforgiving to clumsy people like me and so far I've had no accidents in these. Heels - 1 Hills - 0.

I really like them with denim like I've worn here but I'm not sure I'll pair them with little dresses etc. Looks great on others but is a teeny bit too sixties for me, which isn't my ~favourite~ style decade (I know, shoot me!) But I'll probably eat my words and have them on with tights next week because I change my mind all the damn time. 

Can you tell my legs haven't seen sunlight since August? :( Also, lol at the state of my student house floor *best Kat Von D voice* Do you love it? 

Blogmas #4: Preloved Cord Levi's

but I can't stop won't stop. I found these on Depop for an absolute steal! I'm probably giving off grandad vibes rather than the French Girl Chic I was hoping for. But I'll keep wearing them regardless because they're super warm and I feel like the cut is kinda flattering - well, I feel good in them anyway and that's what matters! 

Blogmas #2 & #3: uni week #10

Way too many hashtags in that title. What a joke I am, I failed at Blogmas on day two - this is surely a new record for me? But in my defence I had the worst migraine yesterday. Sometimes I feel like whenever I say I'm going to do something, especially blogging related, my body is like 'Nope!' I definitely jinx myself haha. But anyway, it's been a while since I've done a uni update so here's the latest although not much has gone on.

Blogmas #1: December Goals

I gots Christmas on the braaaain. Seriously I'm like a child, literally actually because I've spent the past hour trying to choose what Sylvanian family to get Baby Florrie. How those things passed me by as a child I do not know, they're so bloody cute! but now I think , wahhh. Florrie will like either, this is totally for my benefit when I come round to play with her toys hahaha. I'm completely digressing but that's because I have failed on all of my and just wanna skim past be fair I've been ill (woop to those cf and post-transplant problems!) and I've been sleeping every spare second away but honestly, it's like December has hit and I've sprung into action because Christmas is my JAM. I totally get it's a difficult time for so many people and we know it's materialistic etc etc - but for me it's about spending time with loved ones and I have so many fun memories of this time of year. After transplant it feels even more special and I'm so grateful to my donor for giving me another Christmas I wouldn't have had if it weren't for them (it goes without saying I think of them and their family even more so now.) So I have a few festive things I'd like to do this month and here they are:

Blogmas Day #24 | This Time Last Year

So let's do a little rewind to this time last year - it was the last day of a two week course of intense IVs (4x a day attached to a drip for 2 hours at a time at least) and just before that I'd been in hospital for nearly two months. It wasn't long after I'd been told I needed new lungs but it was before I found out whether I could actually be listed for transplant or not so I was stuck in this weird limbo. Despite it being the most wonderful time of year, I was not in a wonderful place mentally. I was so scared, wondering whether this would be my last Christmas. So I tried my best to enjoy the day, thinking that if it was going to be my last one I'd better make the bloody most of it and whilst I had fun (because my family are the best) the anxiety and worry was still bubbling underneath the surface, I think it was for everyone to be honest. I spent the day attached to my oxygen machine, unable to eat much and trying not to fall asleep all whilst feeling like absolute poop. 

But how different this year will be! People say transplant is life changing but after a lifetime of being ill I just couldn't quite imagine just how good things would be - I've honestly never experienced life like this and sometimes it just doesn't feel real. This time last year I got out of breath putting my shoes on, yesterday I went for a 6 and a half mile walk with Freddydog. It was by accident because I got lost, but still! I was not one bit out of puff, the only thing that slowed me down was my legs getting tired towards the end just like anyone else's would. And that's just something 'small', imagine when I can do even more (although we all know the little moments are really the big ones!) But tomorrow I'll be playing with Baby Florrie and my cousins without oxygen tubes getting in the way and the only reason I'll be feeling sleepy is because I'll have stuffed my face with ALL the food. I cannot wait!

I've seen a lot of people saying how 2016 has been the worst and whilst a lot of awful things have happened I'm ending the year with more faith in other human beings. Yes, there are bad people in the world but there are also, far more I believe, amazing heroes that you just don't hear about. People like the hospital staff who looked after me before, during and after transplant. My loved ones, who stayed by my side throughout everything. People who I've only 'met' online and people that I've never met at all sending all their love and kind wishes. And people like my donor and their family, who chose to save the life of someone they've never met. There really is no greater gift to receive and tomorrow I'll be raising a glass to them and being extra thankful for what they've done for me, Like every day, I won't be forgetting that without them I wouldn't be here now. 

So for my last post for blogmas I'd like to wish you a very merry Christmas, whether you celebrate it or not I hope you still have a happy day - life is to be lived and we must all make it a day to appreciate what really matters in life. Not presents, as fab as they are, but love. Sorry for the cheese (did someone say cheese? 🐷) 


Blogmas Day #23 | Pink & Navy

zara navy peacoat, pink and navy outfit, stan smith outfit, stan smith adidas, grey zara jeans, ultimate chunky jumper asos,
zara navy peacoat, pink and navy outfit, stan smith outfit, stan smith adidas, grey zara jeans, ultimate chunky jumper asos,
zara navy peacoat, pink and navy outfit, stan smith outfit, stan smith adidas, grey zara jeans, ultimate chunky jumper asos,
zara navy peacoat, pink and navy outfit, stan smith outfit, stan smith adidas, grey zara jeans, ultimate chunky jumper asos,

Coat | Zara ()
Jumper |  
Jeans |
Shoes |
Socks | Calvin Klein
Earrings |

Well hello new favourite colour combo! And neither is a grey, white or black. I've been wearing this coat w/ these shoes a lot lately too, there's something about the way they match that pleases me more than it would someone who actually has a life. It's missing a button and attracts ALL the dust but this coat has to be my most worn of the year. And that is the most pointless fact of the year. 

Excuse the chaos around me, I was just finishing up the last of my wrapping! I'm not very skilled but I give it a go. Weirdly I find it harder to wrap box shaped things, I'm guessing this is because they show up mistakes more obviously? But anyway it's all DONE and now I can relax. I think today will be a chilled out one but I want to definitely take Freddydog to the park because the groomer gave him an awful haircut yesterday and I feel I have to make it up to him. 

Blogmas Day #22 | Chanel Arthur Review

chanel arthur rouge coco lipstick review

I do like a red lip and I don't think they get more beautiful than those by Chanel. The high street does do amazing shades and the quality can be decent too but you cannot beat that black and gold packaging and that smug feeling you get when you take it out in public to apply 😏

I got my two best gal pals Chanel lippies for Christmas because they're bloody amazing and have always stuck by me, especially this year - the whole CF/transplant thing hasn't phased them a bit and that's not something I can say about everyone. I went for Rouge Coco's, one has got which is a very pretty pink and the other , which I ended up nicking because I loved it so much so had to buy a replacement. To be fair though it's a great shade, it's fookin' gorgeous!

I usually go for the Rouge Allure Velvets (see , & ) which have a matte finish but lately I've been really into a glossier lip. It's also a punchier red than I'd usually go for as I like to wear a deeper shade but this does make a nice change and I think it's going to be my go to next summer! It's definitely quite sheer so you do have build it up, making it a good one if you're a bit shy of colour. But really, I think with red you gotta go hard or go home, it needs to be a statement so I like to layer this up lots. The pinks do look very pretty and subtle for every day though if you're into something less in ya face. The staying power isn't quite as long as the matte lipsticks so although a red lippy is a classic for Christmas I won't be wearing this on the big day - one has too much eating to do to be worrying about perfect make up! But it still lasts a good few hours, plus it's very hydrating meaning it's not so much a big deal if your lips aren't in great condition (the bane of my life in winter!!)

chanel arthur rouge coco lipstick review

So yes, there are probably cheaper dupes out there but this colour makes me so happy - you can't really put a price on happiness now, can you? ;-) I love it especially worn with grey or blue!

Have you tried any of the Chanel Rouge Coco lipsticks? What's your favourite red lipstick?

Blogmas Day #21 | Ruffles & Checks

gap really straight jeans, office destiny loafers, h&m high necked blouse white, h&m checked blazer
gap really straight jeans, office destiny loafers, h&m high necked blouse white, h&m checked blazer
gap really straight jeans, office destiny loafers, h&m high necked blouse white, h&m checked blazer
gap really straight jeans, office destiny loafers, h&m high necked blouse white, h&m checked blazer
gap really straight jeans, office destiny loafers, h&m high necked blouse white, h&m checked blazer

Jacket |
Top |  
Jeans |
Shoes |
Earrings |

I wear this jacket All. The. Damn. Time. But I think this is the first time it's made an appearance on here (even though you've no doubt seen it or since everyone and their mama owns it.) The top was also a very good H&M bargain, when I bought it I kinda just though 'Meh, that's nice - it'll do to wear under jumpers.' But I'm very much enjoying the high ruffly neck and simple design, even though a person as clumsy as I should not be wearing anything as white as this. The jeans are new too, they cost a very measly £25 on Black Friday and I got the short length for a slight crop (although they're still quite long!) I believe they have 30% at the moment but it ends tonight so be quickquickquick. That's a lot of new stuff for someone who is supposed to be saving her money...

The shoes however didn't cost a bean! As a general rule I don't do designer dupes but my mum was turfing them out and I had to rescue the poor loves. They make a very jingly sound when I walk, but it's Christmas innit so it's all good. 

Blogmas Day #20 | A Little London Outing Part I

So last week on Monday I decided to take myself off on a bit of a touristy day trip in London. It's something I used to do a lot pre-transplant but as I got more unwell I wasn't able to do it any more so it was a pretty big deal to go! As much as I love my friends and family I really do value time spent alone (fellow introverts hollaaaa) and it was probably the perfect day. London, museums and maybe a little shopping too...

v&a museum

First up was the V&A museum. Lived in London all my life and had never been, totally mad considering my love of history and fashion! Plus it's free, apart from a few special exhibitions. I paid to see (top pun skillz guys) and , they were both well worth the money IMO.

For me underwear is just, well, underwear. I think I take it totally for granted that it's so easily accessible to us gals in the UK at all price points, like I just wear what I want, what I think is pretty and more importantly, what is comfy - the corsets of the past were just like literal torture devices (although they had Kim K style waist trainers that look equally insane, I think I am less bothered about a tiny waist as I am about being able to, y'know, breathe. Each to their own, ey?) I thought the exhibition was something a bit different as it's something you wear under clothes so as such has often been hidden from history so it was interesting to learn more about it. It was eye opening seeing how underwear can give the wearer a completely different silhouette and while the transformative aspect of it can be fun in fashion, I ain't gonna be putting on Spanx or waist trainers for no one! I did however love some of the more modern designs, like a dreamy set by Stella McCartney and they also had the Liza Bruce sheer cami dress that Kate Moss wore which was really cool to see. There were no photos allowed but here is a sneaky peek:


This is on until March 2017 but if you manage to get there this week tickets are half price!

Next up was the Revolution exhibition and I have something somewhat controversial to say - I'm not really that wild about the 60's. I mean I get the fascination and it must have been so exciting but if I had the choice I'd go back to the 1920's for a day or so! Saying that, Revolution was cool, you got headphones with interviews and an awesome soundtrack as you explored the stuff on display. Most of it was too funky looking for my taste but I could see many things that would still be relevant now and I think the whole feel of the movement is very relatable today. I feel young people now are beginning to take off what they began if you get what I mean, although it's a real shame that 40 years later we are still faced with these same problems. However I do feel that social media is a huge game changer, we now have more access to events in the world than ever before and I think this is something that will lead to change for the better, as much as people like to slag it off.  Again, no photography was allowed but it's on until February 2017 and is very much worth a visit.

After that I explored the rest of the museum, there's so much to see but I have a feeling you may just be interested in the fashun, I took looooads of photos but here's the stuff that really caught my eye. The shoes, although completely impractical, were divine!

v&a victorian clothes
Well hai Mr Darcey!

v&a museum shoe
v&a museum
meadham kirchoff shoes v&a
v&a museum vivenne westwood
v&a museum
v&a museum chanel
Dream Chanel outfit 👏

v&a museum

What was interesting to me was that amongst these gorgeous vintage pieces by the likes of Elsa Schiaparelli and Dior there were also a few modern bits from places like Topshop dotted around, which got me thinking about my own wardrobe - I wonder if I own anything that will one day be considered as iconic as they are? The only thing I can think of is (it's almost somewhat a National Treasure in Britain) and Maybe my Barbour jacket as I can't really think of anything I own that's more British but other than that, I'm not too sure. Most of my closet is filled with fast fashion from the high street which is so readily available easily to the majority of us now (damn you ASOS app!) and while physically they may not stand the test of time some things will be etched in my brain forever. For example, or . or . They may not be worthy of a place in a museum but I guess you could say they'll always have a place in my heart!

But if this visit confirmed anything it's that fashion is reflective of the times, which is why I think it holds more importance than people think (although saying that I don't think a love of fashion ever needs to be justified - you can just enjoy something for the sheer pleasure of it!) An interest in fashion and history usually goes hand in hand but even if you're not keen on either of the two this is still a must place visit if you're in London. But if you're still failed to be impressed then you can always pop into the Natural History Museum next door to see the dinos ;-)

Have you ever been to the V&A? What modern classics do you think deserve a place in history? I would put Levis, Stan Smiths and Converse at the top of the list. In fact, I would so love to run a shoe museum, I'd be in actual heaven!

Blogmas Day #19 | The Happy List #6

Last week was actually so good! I'm sure I start off every Happy List post saying that but it's true. Things aren't good all day every day, but there is definitely something good in every day and when you add them all up together on the whole life is pretty sweet. I know it's all relative but I think compared to most people in the world, particularly right now, I am so lucky and definitely have nothing to complain about! Enough soppiness and onto the list.

1) A little London outing. For the first time in well over a year I took myself out for a little solo day trip, number one on my list was the V&A museum as I'd never been. It was actually on my list of places to go pre-transplant so I felt extra lucky to be there now I have these new lungs. Yet another thing I wouldn't have done were it not for my donor! I also went to the Natural History museum and Oxford Street but I'll do a post on all of those at some point this week.

2) New pretty things. There was an Undressed exhibition at the V&A all about the history of underwear which made the plain black t-shirt bra I was wearing feel totally boring so I went and treated myself to some new pretty ones from Topshop. They accidentally only charged me for one of the bras and usually I'd feel a bit bad but they've been SO crap at refunding me over a lost parcel I now feel like we're even haha.

3) The Broken Lid. Was sad at the time but it was funny! Was looking forward to dinner after the gym but we opened the oven and found this had happened.

4) Harefield. I had a check up at Harefield and all is well which I'm very happy about! I have to go back there in January for a bronch where they'll take a biopsy of the lung which is quite routine when you've had transplant. But for now I get to enjoy a hospital/IV free Christmas and I haven't had one of those for years!

5) Christmas bedding. The countdown to the big day is ahwn once these come out.

6) Nanny & Grandad. They came over from Ireland at the weekend, I was so excited to see them because last time I did was September I think. Back then I wasn't that strong and was still a bit wobbly on my feet so when they saw me now they were happy to see such a big difference <3 they got the boat over and brought a cake with them but they did a Forrest Gump and ate some of it paha. To be fair it's a long ass journey.

7) Night Out. On Friday night I went to a Christmassy thing, mainly for the food but it was actually a fun night! Danced all night and I think it was the first time ever that I've not gotten tired or too out of breath. And I was in heels 🎉 ()

8) Cross Stitch. I know it's a bit grannified but it's my favourite way to relax! I got this one from Hobbycraft and will probably give this to Baby Florrie because 'buns' are her favourite.

9) Christmas cards. I think she's in my Happy List every week but I luff her! She came round after visiting 'Baba Tristmas' (that's Father Christmas in Florrie talk) and was very excited. I got a lovely card too that made me shed a little tear. My mum gave me one too and this is how she signed it 😂

10) A fan girl moment. I was not cool about this ()

11) Live Life Give Life. Finally, my 'story' was featured on Live Life Give Life's Facebook page, and if you're feeling charitable please share mine or anyone else's story on there to raise awareness of organ donation!

Happy Monday to you! I hope you have a great week, I know this time of year can be hard for some people so just want to send a little love your way <3

Blogmas #18 | Dopey Dinos

marks and spencer long sleeved tassel top, warehouse straight leg jeans, adidas gazelles, lucy williams x missoma large horn necklace, uniqlo trench coat, chanel la fascinante lipstick
marks and spencer long sleeved tassel top, warehouse straight leg jeans, adidas gazelles, lucy williams x missoma large horn necklace, uniqlo trench coat, chanel la fascinante lipstick
marks and spencer long sleeved tassel top, warehouse straight leg jeans, adidas gazelles, lucy williams x missoma large horn necklace, uniqlo trench coat, chanel la fascinante lipstick
marks and spencer long sleeved tassel top, warehouse straight leg jeans, adidas gazelles, lucy williams x missoma large horn necklace, uniqlo trench coat, chanel la fascinante lipstick

Coat | Uniqlo ()
Top |
Jeans |
Trainers |
Bag | Mulberry
Necklace |

ONE WEEK TO GO. I am so ready.

(Actually I'm not, there's still a gift or two left to buy - God help me in the Christmas crowds.)

But STILL, the excitement is real even more so now that my nan and grandad are here over from Ireland. I was thinking about my nan yesterday actually because I was watching a film about dinosaurs and once when I was little we were watching Walking With Dinosaurs and she said in all seriousness 'I thought dinosaurs were extinct?' I refer back to that moment whenever I have an instance of dippiness, it's not my fault clearly dopeyness runs in my genes. It's been a very dino-orientated week in a way because I went to see the bones of some at the Natural History Museum on Monday but I shall elaborate more on that next week. Bet you're well excited.

Before I go lettme just give a shoutout to my ex to this new top, from good ol' M&S would you believe. Check out that fringey goodness! It's my nanny's fave shop and also fast becoming mine (if Alexa okayies it then it's all cool) and I hope me and her and my mum get to go shopping at some point in the week even though I am a broke girl.

Hope you're having a fabby weekend!

Blogmas Day #17 | Princess Skirt

how to wear a midi skirt, new look tulle midi skirt
how to wear a midi skirt, new look tulle midi skirt
how to wear a midi skirt, new look tulle midi skirt

Jumper | Uniqlo ()
Skirt | New Look ()
Boots |

Do you know when you know you shouldn't have that one last drink but you still do because you're an eejit? That is what I did :(

BUT I learnt something happy, wine is my friend NOREACTION from me woop. Even though my mum poured everyone a glass and gave me water, bloody rude. Where is Jesus Christ when you need him?

Tonight I danced all night (that's what I'm calling it anyway) considering I couldn't walk what, three months ago that ain't bad going! I also blew up a balloon for the first time in at least five years - it's the little things innit?

No one tell me I ain't a top content creator 👆

I am SO in love with life and I hope you are too because it truly is a gift that no one should take for granted. lovelovelove!

PS I managed to double cleanse my make up off AND write this post tonight, BOOYAH 👊

Blogmas Day #16 | Comfy & Casual

Sweatshirt | Uniqlo ()
Jeans | GAP ()
Shoes |
Necklaces | and

Just a quick and casual post today because it's FRIYAY and I'm sure no one has the time/energy to be reading anything too deep - let's save that for Sundays 😉

What I will say is I watched Elf ('I love you, I love you, I LOVE YOOOU') a Johnny Cash Christmas Special (love him but it was awful although the way he still looked at June was just #goals) and I'm all caught up on Vlogmas ( is my fave and the amount of hate she gets is ridiculous. How about if you don't like luxury hauls THEN DON'T WATCH THEM. There are like a thousand Primark hauls uploaded a day elsewhere so go ahead and fill ya boots.) 

Tonight I'm off to a Christmas dinner, so I'll be wearing a very different outfit to this. I'm planning on heels but I've been exercising a lot and my legs HURT. But the meal has FOUR courses and I've been excited about this since a week ago. 

Blogmas Day #15 | Written In The Stars

topshop navy star print dress, flat over the knee boots zara, mulberry del rey bag
topshop navy star print dress, flat over the knee boots zara, mulberry del rey bag
topshop navy star print dress, flat over the knee boots zara, mulberry del rey bag
topshop navy star print dress, flat over the knee boots zara, mulberry del rey bag

Jacket | Zara ()
Dress | Topshop ()
Belt | ASOS ()
Boots | Zara ()
Bag | Mulberry 
Necklaces | and

Do you know I think this is my absolute favourite dress of all time, even though I feel like I say that about every new thing ha. But seriously though, I'm not even a dress person and I wear it all the time - just look at that dreamy print! Stars, navy, three quarter length sleeves, ruffles. It has it all. It also has this really gorge back detail, it's like a little bit open with a tie up. Just so pretty! I've done it no justice here though, just trust me when I say it's beaut-ee-full. I first saw it on Helen's blog (so I'm totally blaming her for this purchase) and my local Topshop had one left, in my size. 100% fate, guess you could say it was written in the star (sowwee.)

What have you been up to? Can I just say how massively happy I am that I've been able to take part in Blogmas for the first time ever, I know some people are absolutely killing it with their content but I'm just pleased that for once I'm not too ill to do it haha.

Blogmas #14 | Rosie For Autograph Make Up

I'm a huge fangirl of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, not only is she a gorgeous model I just love her whole aesthetic and she's built up a nice business empire for herself too which is always something to admire! So when she released her I knew I had to snap some of it up. I usually avoid celeb collaborations but it's quite clear from her insta and snapchat that Rosie genuinely loves make up and is actually passionate about her products rather than just putting her name to the collection. My first impressions were that the rose gold packaging was beautiful, despite being more than a little reminiscent of Charlotte Tilbury's range (which I still haven't tried yet #bloggerfail.) But these are not just a pretty face, they're actually really lovely products apart from one that I'm not too fussed with.

| This was the first product I got, if I remember rightly it was a gift from my mum for Valentine's Day when I was in hospital 💗 Out of all three of her perfumes this is the original and the best in my opinion. It has a rose scent (obviously) and is very girly, a bit more so than I'd usually go for but I love it. It smells gorgeous and it's quite strong so lasts a long time on the skin unlike a lot of more expensive scents. I think this is an absolute bargain and I'll definitely be repurchasing once it runs out!

| I think I got this because it's the one and I remember thinking the colour was stunning! It's a nude that's a little bit darker than my natural colour so just adds a bit of something to a simple make up look. It's so comfortable to wear and it's hydrating but long lasting - a rare thing in a lippy! Most of her lipsticks are nudes but  that I've got my eye on too...

| I bought this because Rosie is all about fresh, glowy skin but to be honest I think it's a bit of a dud. I apply it under make up and it does provide a bit of a dewy base but doesn't particularly blow me away - I feel like I have moisturisers and serums that do a better job so I won't be repurchasing.

 | This for me is the real star of the show! I'm a bit obsessed with highlighters and this is so, SO pretty. It's a really fine powder but a little definitely goes a long way as it's very glittery (which might be too much for some!) But used sparsely it adds a beautiful glow to cheekbones and browbones, a bit on the bridge of your nose slims it down, a dab in the corner of the eye gives them a wide awake appearance and on the cupid's bow lips look plumper. Just gorgeous and I use it every day (which is saying something because I own about ten highlighters!) Very impressed with the packaging too, it has this mesh on top that stops product falling out the pot and also means it's easy to control how much you get on the brush.

I'm 100% going to be getting more from this collection, it's a little pricier than most stuff on the high street but I'm so impressed with the quality and feel like it's a reliable brand, although the base products are a bit of a waste of time as they only cater for one skin tone (I feel like there's no point doing them unless you're going to accommodate everyone!) Also worth noting that all of this is suitable for vegans and vegetarians, with the leaping bunny seal of approval! I've put together a little wishlist below, I have a strong feeling that the palette (love a good palette!) will be mine.

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Have you tried anything from the Rosie for Autograph range? 

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