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Rosegal Wishlist - The Plaid Coat Trend*

For those of you that keep up to date with my blog you will have seen that I have worked with Rosegal previously. The online retailer providing everything from wall tapestries to retro dresses is a popular company with bloggers all over the world. My last experience with Rosegal was a good one, so when offered to work with them again I jumped at the chance to check out what on trend pieces they have available. What sprang to my mind? A new winter coat. 

The Striped Culottes I Can't Stop Wearing

Up until last week I was completely adamant that culottes didn't suit me. As a person who's 5"2, I'm sure I can speak for a lot of shorter women out there when I say that new trouser trends make me cower in fear. Tops and dresses I can work with, but if I'm not wearing my black or blue jeans that I've had for 2+ years because they fit me so well, then I'm uncomfortable. Despite this, I thought I would push myself on my latest shopping trip and I'm so glad I did! Myself and my housemates decided to take a trip up to Exeter before separating for the latter part of the summer, and low and behold my favourite shop was there waiting for me. Thank you to Zara for producing these comfy culottes that I now can't seem to be separated from. 

5 Things I've Learned in My First Year at Uni

My first year at university has been filled with a million highs and very few lows, but I can without a doubt say that I've learned a lot from the whole experience. If anything, I feel like I've learnt more about myself and who I am as a person (as cringey as it sounds) than anything about my actual degree subject - but that's the whole point of first year, right? So whether you're heading to university this September, planning to sometime in the future, or aren't bothered about going at all - here's a few things my new found independence has taught me over the last year. 

London Pride 2017

For those of you that don't know, Saturday 8th of July was Pride in London. I was planning to write up this post that Monday, but naturally I got busy with work experience, actual work, and all the things that come along with living without parents (household chores, etc). Better late then never though, right?

I went to Pride in London last year and I have to say that this year they really stepped up their game. You can check out my post about last year's pride here! As usual, Trafalgar Square was packed with rainbow flags, multicoloured hair, and colourful makeup. It was a crowd of colour and fun. Everyone had smiles on their faces and, despite the heat, with drinks in our hands we danced for a good 5 hours.

Styling Maison de Choup

Maison de Choup, a brand you have probably heard of if you keep up with my blog or follow me on Instagram, is an amazing clothing brand. They sell great quality 'minimalist style' clothes (perfect for me!) at fair prices, AND the best part is that on certain designs they donate 25% of the profits to the charity Young Minds. Young Minds is a charity that aims to spread awareness and help young people that suffer from mental illness. This is a topic near and dear to my heart, so how could I turn down the opportunity to offer you all a discount code? By using the discount code 'GEORGIA' you can get 15% Maison de Choup products from their website! To show you guys how much I love the brand and how much I trust them (yes, I bought this red embellished shirt with my own money - not gifted!) I've done a little OOTD to show just one of the ways you can style their clothes.