As part of my textiles gcse we're doing a product anaylis, so we got to look at some lovely clothes from the 60's. I instantly fell in love with this coat. It is beautiful. And ridiculously comfy.
5. Me wearing an aztec hair band from accessorize tackling my workload.
Loving Atzecy stuff at the moment. This is such a brief post. I have so much work, and I've only been at school for a week ARGH.
I'll do some outfit posts soonish when I have time soz guys...
Hope every one's week has been better than mine. have a happy Sunday!
Couple of images from tumblr I'm loving. Sliver tones are mega cool, and that cuff; I want it.
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(jumper mum's, jeans topshop, bag ebay like aw rocco )
(jewlry: necklace h&m, rings accessorize, topshop, primark)
What I wore today to town, I kinda love this time of month were it's not mega cold but not super warm. The whole inter season shabang. I'm also loving lots and lots of jewlry + this jumper it's so comfy and I love the colour.
So today was my last day before I go back to school (and all hell begins). The prospect of being in year 10 is seriously freaking me out GCSE'S argh not fun. I am most definatley not looking forward to wearing the ugly uniform. Lemon coloured shirts EW.
P.S - the lyric in my post title Ed Sheeran - You need me, I don't need you
Listen to it, such a good song!
Absolutely love all the stuff at Zara TRF. I really like their use of metallics and lace. And those coats! The structure is amazing; though unfortunately I won't be getting one (give me sympathy) since I have a Zara coat from last season already.
In a few weeks I'm going to the new Westfield in Stratford which has a Zara so I'm hoping to purchase some items from there. Zara if you haven't already figured it out is my favorite shop, they're produce such beautiful clothes without the designer price tag.
Hope everyone has a happy Sunday! I'm going to do some gcse textile research a recover from a party last night.
A few days ago I made rocky road. So I thought I'd do a lil tutorial to show you guys how to make them! It's quick and easy and only takes around 30 minutes.
What you'll need-
- 125g/4½oz soft unsalted butter
- 300g/10½ dark chocolate, broken into pieces
- 3 tbsp golden syrup
- 200g/7½oz rich tea biscuits
- 100g/3½ oz mini marshmallows
1. Heat the butter, chocolate and golden syrup in a heavy-base saucepan over a gentle heat. Remove the heat when the mixture is all melted.
2. Scoop out about 125ml/4½fl oz of the melted mixture and set aside in a bowl.
3. Put the Rich Tea biscuits into a plastic freezer bag and crush them using a rolling pin until they have turned into crumbs with some pieces of biscuits.
|4. Then put the biscuits and mini marshmallows into chocolate mixture and mix in.|
6. Pour the melted chocolate mixture you preserved earlier over and smooth down with a spatula.
|7. Refrigiate for 2 hours or overnight.|
And Voila you've done it! Hope your inspired by this to make your own!