It is 1am as I write this and I have just finished the last episode of BBC’s Clique. Holy fucking hell. Is it even possible for a show to be this good? WHO KNEW. Summary: The show follows Holly and Georgia, long time best friends at Edinburgh Uni when Georgia gets in with what is […]Read More TV REVIEW: Clique
❤ This Marni Trunk Bag in white but it retails at £1,340. If I ever win the lottery – this is the bag I am going to buy. I just wish I could find a high street version! Available here. ❤ This Feminist AF Denim Jacket from Premme. Sadly, they only ship to the […]Read More wednesday wishlist i.
We have always been too like the fire, We took to love like a flame to the wick, A surge of light before settling. I thought we would burn out, I thought that our love would consume us, Leave us blackened and brittle. But our little flame sways in the night air, It bends with […]Read More COLD BURN
As a gal who loves women’s history with a boyfriend who loves football, When Football Banned Women was the perfect Sunday afternoon documentary for us two. Hosted by Clare Balding, the documentary dives into the 1921 Football Association Ban on women’s football at its peak of popularity and its repercussions for the sport. We […]Read More When Football Banned Women review
I don’t know if its the nice weather or because I have a break from uni until September but I have fallen in love with reading again. I have been devouring book series and my favourite one has been A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab. SUMMARY The series follows Kell, a young man who can travel between […]Read More Book Review: A Darker Shade of Magic Series
I recently got back from a quick trip to Prague! I went with a friend and we spent about three days there. It is so beautiful! All of the buildings are in different styles but similar pastel colouring so it all ties in together so nicely. Every street looks like it could be a film set. […]Read More Popped to Prague!
One of my closest friends recently shared Katie Hopkins’ post about the sickness of our society, which you can read here. I was a bit shocked to see my friend share a post by a woman who has made a living out of spitting out divisive and hateful rhetoric but, as I read it, I […]Read More Response to KATIE HOPKINS
I will roar for you. You do not need me to, You are perfectly capable of defending yourself. But when I see the vultures circling, I am overcome with a need to protect you. These ingrates have my back arched, My mouth snarling into a growl. I feel savage. But instead, I dip my words […]Read More Vultures.
Just last week I posted my birthday list post which you can read here. I would like to point out that I did not receive anything on that list… but then it was riddled with made up services which would have been hard to come by. Here are all of my favourite things that I […]Read More What I Actually Got for my Birthday
I am officially 24.Read More 24.
While doing research for another blog post, I stumbled along this article by The Guardian. It’s from their archive and its an interview with a school girl from 1960 about her clothes. I absolutely loved this article. It’s so original and sweet. Like just allowing a teenager to talk about herself, her problems, her likes and dislikes. […]Read More My Clothes and I – The Guardian archive
First of all, an apology to any friends or family members reading this in the hopes that I had finally decided on what I wanted for my birthday. I mean, I have – but none of this can be purchased on Amazon. Soz. Again. A Personal Declutterer Not an actual job title (I don’t think??) […]Read More A Comprehensive Birthday List
Plus size fashion actually began in the late nineteenth/early twentieth century when ready to wear fashion became increasingly popular. Before then, clothes were hand made or professionally created to fit individual bodies. You’d hope that this meant that it wouldn’t matter what size you were but this did not stop society pressing the idea of an “ideal weight” on to […]Read More History of Plus Size Fashion
If you’re not a fan of delving into dusty books to learn more about history then I totally understand. Except that I don’t because my god that dusty book smell gives me LIFE. But sometimes its just not feasible to read history books and that I do understand. So here are some other ways you can get your […]Read More Getting My History Fix
I first heard of Galentine’s Day when my friend got me into Parks and Recreation a couple of years ago. Enthusiastic character Leslie Knope has a brunch every 13th February to celebrate female friend love. And thus, Galentine’s Day was born. I instantly fell in love with the idea. A day to celebrate female friendship, […]Read More The (Very Brief) History of Galentine’s Day