Remember back to January when I said I wouldn’t miss a favourites post this year? Yeah well, that didn’t particularly work out as planned and instead, I have decided to share what I have been loving over the past two months, in which I sourced out an absolute style steal, regained a new found confidence in glasses wearing and divulged in many a Spotify playlist.
Here is a taster of all those combined.
What I Wore…
First up is that style steal I was harping on about. Reduced from 35 euro to 18, is this fab bomber jacket I happened to pick up in Tesco’s F&F range, believe it or not. It was the colour and style that originally caught my attention but it also features a super snug fleece lining and a shower resistant finish which means you don’t have to compromise on style for braving the outdoors!
Now for something that is probably most exciting to me… My new frames.
Yep, I am a glasses/contacts wearer but my old specs just did not cut it for me anymore. I had really outgrown the shape and colour and no longer enjoyed wearing them, yet, the lovely people at Specsavers regained my faith when they found the perfect pair for me. Literally, I feel like these frames are me to a T and have completely restored my confidence in glasses wearing, I haven’t been this excited to wear glasses in years!
On my nails I have been sporting Essie’s ‘Chinchilly’. I loved this slate grey nail lacquer so much that I found myself reapplying when I needed to. I really can’t curb my Essie obsession. ❤
I was Reading…
While I did hit a serious reading slump these past couple of weeks, one absolute gem came to the rescue. That gem was none other than One by Sarah Crossan. It’s a verse novel surrounding the lives of conjoined twins, Grace and Tippi as they come to terms with having to deal with school, friends, love and typical teenage life. It’s a beautiful little novel that I soon devoured and plan on posting about in the near future.
I’ve been listening to…
Move Your Body – Sia
A song implanted on mine, and probably everyone’s brain in the country as the promo song for Dancing With The Stars Ireland but, as a big fan of Sia I won’t complain 🙂
Emerald – LYRA
Speaking of Sia, here is Ireland’s very own. Hailing from Cork, Lyra bring us an alt-pop and almost sometimes Celtic track accompanied with strong beats and ascending vocals. She is a talent and I am obsessed.
Divide – Ed Sheeran
Of course, I don’t have to say much on this album. March was the month Ed came back with a bang and I have no doubt that your social media feeds were inundated with all kinds of thoughts on Divide and I, myself just couldn’t get enough.
That’s it for now, don’t forget to let me know what you have been loving these past couple of weeks.
Until next month – Weesi ❤