Friday, 15 September 2017

Rotterdam Trip

It wasn't that long ago that i took a trip over to Rotterdam for a few nights. I went over on the ferry which i'd never been on before. I was surprised that i could actually manage to sleep but the rooms were quite and there was next to no noise. The room was two single beds, one fixed one pulled down. There was a little vanity area and a shower/toilet room and that was all. But we weren't spending time in the room. There was multiple bars on the ship and a few shops. Which sold Yorkshire Soap Company, i wish i had bought a box but oh well.

We spent the first day just wondering around, we arrived early in the morning and couldn't check in until 2pm. However most things were closed until around mid day. So we decided to grab an uber and go to the local zoo. Which was huge! I'll do a separate post on that. Rotterdam itself is pretty.

We wanted a mid day snack and with me as a veggie we had to google and search for places that had veggie food. We came across Bram's Gourmet Fries. I had the veggie option of nachos and salsa on my chips. The best I've ever had and it tastes so amazing.

Both nights we ended up at a restaurant called Blah Blah. Best food I've had in a long long time. They are a veggie and vegan restaurant. The first night we ordered a dish that included, curried cauliflower, Lemon cuscus, spring roll and much more. The flavour was amazing and you could tell it was made with fresh ingredients. The second night we went back we had the tapas dish, it was a sharing platter of around 12 dishes for 2 or more people. Even though we got full we refused to leave any and eat until we couldn't any more. We ended up back there the second night as the other place we were going to try was closed. 

It's a very beautiful city but next time i plan to visit Amsterdam on a cruise.

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Sunday, 3 September 2017

Pharaoh | Outfit

 This is probably my favourite killstar t-shirt, possibly my favourite all together and that includes ones with bats printed on. There is just something about it that i love and i'm not quite sure what exactly it is. The print is big and stands out, but that's the same with a lot of my t-shirts, it could be the eyes.

I just have a love for Ancient Egypt ever since i learnt about it in primary school. I plan to fill my house with stuff relating to it and I've already started with a Pharaoh ornament. 

| Outfit: | Top- Killstar | Shoes - Killstar | Bag - Restyle | Choker - Ebay |

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Saturday, 19 August 2017

Too Fast Clothing | Wants | How I'd Wear

I'm still lusting after these two Too Fast Clothing items. They both feature the coffin print and i just find them to be so cute! I'm hoping to buy them very soon! Especially the hoodie for autumn weather which i would just throw on over some black basic items on my lazy days or even my black dresses for work.

The skirt I'd style so that it was the main feature. I'd keep it simple with a black top and black shoes. Throw on a pair on black tights and knee high socks in the autumn. Jewellery i would use a few stand out pieces against the black t-shirt, a long dangly necklace like my re-style pentagram one, a crystal on a shorter chain then a choker of some kind. To cover up i would use a kimono or simple cardigan.

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Monday, 14 August 2017

Garden Daze | Outfit

Nugoth Summer Outfits, Goth Summer Outfit, Alternative Summer Outfit,

That one day when it was exceedingly hot and i loved it! I left the house in a different top but because it was so warm i had to go pop into primark to buy this sheer top just to go over my bikini top. I already had my bikini top on as in the summer i like to wear them under my crop tops, as it's just more comfortable.

Nugoth Summer Outfits, Goth Summer Outfit, Alternative Summer Outfit,

This is a very lazy basic outfit but i think the small details make this. The different textures help, as the top is sheer and my bottoms are lace. The pop of white on my shoes and the skill back work well. All in all it was a comfort outfit and i felt good in it!

| Outfit: | Top - Primark | Bikini Top - H&M | Shorts - Tesco | Bag - Banned Apparel | Shoes - Iron Fist |

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Thursday, 10 August 2017

Miss Patisserie Bath Crumble | Review

 When i was in boots the other week just picking up some bits i stumbled across this bath crumble as well as a load of bath bombs. I'd never seen them in there before and never heard of the brand. Once i spotted that it was vegan and cruelty free i had to buy it.

According to their website all but one of their products are vegan, and free from GMOS, parabens and mineral oils. Which is great as these aren't so good for you.

What it says:

Made with natural, vegan, cruelty-free ingredients, our bath crumble is aimed at softening your bath water and adding therapeutic benefits with the essential oils it contains. With our bath crumble you experience a variety of sensations, colours and scents that differ every time!

 Well i fell in love with it the first bath i took. It smelt AMAZING! Filled the whole of the bathroom up with fragrance. Each time i used it the bath water turned a different colour. There was blue, purple and pink. Sometimes more than one colour at once until the water mixed together. My skin felt super soft and using it and i felt relaxed. 

I will be buying more from them and trying out some of their other products like the face cream.

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