Sunday, 13 April 2014

EIGHTY/ couture couture

It's safe to say that I rock skin tight black skinny jeans four to five times a week. I have about eight pairs in my wardrobe right now and If you're familiar with my blog, you're probably sick of seeing them. I'm really trying to branch out with my pant choices so when I saw these printed harem-esque pants at Marshall's on clearance for only $13 I had to jump on them. I figured if I don't get a lot of wear out of them, it won't be much of a loss due to the low price.

Sunday, 6 April 2014


I think that we all can agree that this past March was a long, cold, bitter month. Where I live the first day of spring felt a lot like the first day of winter and because of that I remained in hibernation mode. I essentially went on lock down, only leaving the warmth of my bed to get up and go to work. I began to rely on YouTube videos as my source of entertainment and I found myself really gravitating towards 'monthly favourite' videos. I'd watch current ones, I'd watch ones from past months, hell, I'd even watch some from years ago. I just think that they're such a positive way to reflect on the past month and I've decided that's exactly what I'm going to do. March was a very cruel month to me, weather-wise and otherwise, but I'm going to focus on the (superficial) things that made me happy within those thirty-one days. 

The list bellow is comprised of everything from a touch of makeup, to a movie, to some reading material and a couple of different coconut scented candles. I may even make this ~monthly favourites~ thing a permanent segment on my blog, but we shall see about that.

Friday, 28 March 2014

SEVENTY-NINE/ spring target haul

I went a bit nuts today in Target, I'm still not really used to having that store easily accessible so when I happen to go in I buy a ton. Many Americans are probably going to laugh at me when they read this post, but I really don't care. It is still such a novelty for me and when I enter the doors it is as if I'm transported to the United States. (I would always make a point to pop in while cross border shopping)