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A December OOTD | Rosegal*

 
Top - H&M | Skirt - Rosegal | Tights - Asos | Boots - H&M
 
I was contacted by a brand called Rosegal who kindly offered to send me a couple of pieces from their website. I've seen so many bloggers working with this brand so I thought, why not give it a go? I chose two pieces that I love - this high waisted buttoned corduroy skirt (as pictured wearing above) and a cozy oversized pink sweater! As these pieces are both so different I've decided to split my review into two separate posts. First up, this gorgeous little skirt... 

Living by the Sea | Dezzal *

 
Wondering where I've been for pretty much all of November? Well, my life has suddenly become madly busier than I could have ever imagined. It's been full of absolutely one thing and one thing only - university work! Who knew university could take up so much of your time? I guess I was a bit na├»ve to assume that it wouldn't.   

A Skincare Routine | Neal's Yard Remedies *


I was recently approached by a representative, Alexa, who wanted to send me a couple of products from the new Neal's Yard Remedies range called "Deliciously Ella". Of course I couldn't wait to snatch these products up and give them a try! For those of you that don't know, Neal's Yard Remedies is a London based brand focused on providing organic skincare and natural remedies with only the most natural ingredients included. Their collaboration with the food blogger 'Deliciously Ella' is a skincare range based around the scents of rose, lime and cucumber and I'm so impressed with what they've come up with!

Happy Halloween From Me and HMV *

 
Halloween is one of my favourite holidays so when HMV contacted me and wanted to send me some Halloween treats I couldn't turn it down! I'm a massive film fan so I have been watching a lot of horror films up until the 31st (today!) so I was so excited to receive two more in the post along with lots of other goodies!

Let's Talk About Feminism

 
There is a huge stigma in today's society around labelling yourself as a feminist. People often associate the label with a masculine looking lesbian woman with hairy armpits and a tendency to shout about how they hate all men. This stereotype couldn't be further from the truth. Feminists are people who want equal rights for women, and as we feminists develop and learn so does feminism. It's no longer just about women, it's about creating equal rights for all minorities. This type of feminism is known as 'intersection feminism' and it's a label that we should be proud to share - men and women alike.