Sunday, 30 September 2012

Today was interesting. I swear scissors and glue sticks always go missing. You can be sure they're in that 'Art and Craft box', sat there lonely not in use for a few years. Then of course they're not. I should really clean out that box, glitter glue is practically all over. My mate and I were in town just hanging around, and we spotted some fit guys across the road. We were talking about them and laughing, so they kind of noticed us and were smiling back. My friend was trying to talk me into going over and saying hi, and I was totally staring - so much so that I didn't notice the lamp post until I walked straight into it. The boys nearly wee'd themselves and I was so embarressed I had to hurry away. And it hurt!

Saturday, 29 September 2012

Saturday 29th Septemb

Today was interesting. Can't use the excuse 'It's my birthday' anymore. Weird how we look forward to this day, it's quickly gone and let's face it. A tad boring, if on a school night. Today was party day. Gangnam has to be the most annoying (yet catchy) song yet. Casually walking down the street with the buds and sing the song to a crew of dodgy looking hoodies. As you do. Then to some little toddlers, who joined in. Then asked an old lady, 'Is this the way to amerillo?' unfortunately she was a tourist and didn't get the joke and looked lost. Awks. I was going to go out clubbing but we did cupcakes instead. Gosh that came out wrong. 15 year old dirty mind coming on, oh wait I had a dirty mind anyway! Cuppy cup cakes. Lush. Whenever I bake I always do just cocoa powder and icing sugar, but nutella icing. Nom nom nom. Eating like an animal, as you do. Strictly's not on tonight, waaah. Instead, X Factor. Is it worth a watch? Haven't bothered with it this year, or last year. Also, MazziMaz didn't tweet me yesterday! Had a little present in the post this morning. I swear just a word or gesture can alter my mood. Yesterday, presents didn't help neither did people screeching 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU'. But just an email saying thanks is nice. Or even just a clip online of someone doing something silly. Like drinking rainbow milk. I can't stand milk, so drinking 3 litres I would probably end up dead. Anyways. Feel like watching a flash mob after seeing the Gangnam one on Youtube. How fun. See ya's for tomorrow when I review a little present. :) I should do a Birthday haul video, but got revision tomorrow. Eh.

Thought this dress was really cute and pretty, for under £10 it's going on here! Lipsy as well. Lipsy actually have quite a bit for under £20, but I work with under £10 (occasionally post a little more). Ok, it is Winter and I'm looking at Summer dresses. But holidays mean shopping early! Getting with the early bird sales. Saving £35 wowza. Only one dress, so race :)

Friday, 28 September 2012

Friday 28th September

Today was interesting. The annual birthday, wait 366 days for it and well it always proves a treat. Last night spent a night out 'shopping'. I wasn't the one shopping and I guess taking someone out shopping (Knowing they have no money) the day before their birthday (when they do get money) was a tad silly. It's not like everyone would be all, 'Oh darling have whatever you want, I've won the lottery' it'd be more, 'Tight wod get it yourself'.Tend to get incredulously peeved off when shopping (I know, online shopaholic instead). The crowds, the queues, budgeting, waiting for others in shops... I fancy Chinese  oh lets eat in a steak house place. I mean seriously a children's menu with five choices? And four of them happen to be burgers then a spaghetti. What if I don't fancy a burger? The meat slathered in cheese. When you say 'no cheese' what do you get, cheese. So, as I was teased for going for a spaghetti, 'You can have that at home you boring person' this was the NIGHT before my birthday. So I went for a burger. Which came with bacon and cheese. So I say no cheese or bacon. Come back with a triple helping of both. Yes, I'm not allergic to cheese or anything... So there I was gasping and shriveling up. Blotchy, looking very fabulous I must say for a dinner. This is the latest trend, looking sick in a restaurant. The waiter's with the super tight trousers didn't even notice. Epi pen in a restaurant how drastic. Then today, eh. My school photo blew up on the screen surrounded by birthday balloons, nice but eh. I didn't particularly look stunning in the good way. The audience were stunned in the bad way... Anyway. The actual birthday was very eh. Presents were alright but as I said, I'm so critical.Cake, burnt... Oh the drama, She going nuts apologising. Even had to take the bus home, on my birthday. Waiting for an hour in the rain is not the one, on the birthday. Now officially 15 years old (well in an hour or so) boo yeah. Alan Carr's this evening, woo.
At least I can say this year has been my best year ever. ArrayOStyle has brought content this year and I hope the 15 year old me still entertains.
I want one of those... So everyone knows I volunteer with five year old girls, who are absolute angels. I was actually given a little drawing from one of them (friends of my siblings) wishing me a happy birthday. So cute and really turned around my crappy day (will reveal all later...). So this is what she drew:
Little Miss Birthday (Sparkly Mr. Men Stories)
How cute! If you feel like purchasing this for someone, do:

Birthday today, woo.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Tuesday 25th September

Today was interesting. Luckily, I was inside when it started raining today. Didn't die of hypothermia (I think that's the one when you die due to being freezing) died of the complete opposite. Central heating :) When the siblings walk outside in their shorts thinking it'll be a nice day at school; within five minutes it's raining and you're tucked up at home, with a hot chocolate and biccies :) Do love a non-pupil day. Although, don't like it when I don't get a single thing done. Well, except fashion week... And did hoover. Funny thing about living with a dog. Minute you hoover, he's back and the carpet's a tip again. So typical. Just like a child. Anywhom. Planning the girls night out for the birthday, will be a blast. Felt like putting a picture of a handbag there. As you do when you're home alone, Grandma pops around. I love, love, love my grandma to bits, but today she did just go overboard.  We were in the pharmacy because I'd had really bad constipation all that week, when I spotted some popular people from my class.I begged my grandma to leave reminding her she'll miss Corrie but she wasn't going to drop it. I tried to hide behind a display of shampoo, but then she shouted, '[Insert my name], we'll never get this sorted if you won't come over.' So, of course everyone knew I was there, great. Then my grandma said loudly to the woman behind the counter, 'She can't poo, can we have some medicine?' I couldn't really wet myself or crap my pants, because I really couldn't! So embarrassed and she asked the lady so curtly. See ya's for tomorrow, not long till my birthday!!
London fashion week! Yes told you I'd get round to covering it today. Here we go, S/S 2013:

Matthew Williamson- Cara Delevingne opened the show, I've spotted her before this week and she is the 'model of the moment'. Found the show pretty good, a lot of bold Aztec prints with neutral, Aztec colours like camel and orange. Shirts were there, but without any 'special' collars. Overall, terrifically tribal.

Nicole Farhi- White, white white. Extremely feminine; with chiffons and silks. Trend seen is the cinch in your waist belt.

Temperley- Very 1940's/50's themed. The dresses were all of this particular structure. The accessories, look  like the hats from 'Good Morning Vietnam'. Sunglasses, so 50's.

Paul Smith- I liked these looks in particular, because they're wearable and they do have a twist. No1, the blazer is to die for! I think the structures are very manly, No3 does remind me of a boy band look.

Monday, 24 September 2012

Monday 24th September

Today was very interesting. Did not get round to Fashion Week on my half day; purely due to the day from hell. Firstly a half day from school- fair, easy and quite fun. Funnily enough, whenever I use public transport the day goes downhill... So I walk to the bus stop as normal, the bus is there waiting. All I needed to do was run across the road and boom, it left. The next one: late of course. The one I finally got on I got asked for ID. At 14 years of age, just because I ordered a child single ticket. First time this year I've been asked for ID, who brings ID to school? It's not like after school I head to the airport, jetting away (I wish). Or I go to the off license. Infact, that's what those bus drivers are promoting! Hahaha. Being serious, why else would someone carry ID on a bus? Or a fake ID for a licensed place. Cheeky cow she was, telling me off. I only had the fare at £1.05 and she's all, 'I shouldn't let you on then'. Picture the scene, traditional Blighty. Rain pouring, Jack Frost about. If it was like the Bahamas I wouldn't mind walking home, but Blighty. But of course she let me on. If she didn't I'd cry and tell my mummy and get her told off. I did actually go home and tell my mummy and she did get told off. When was 14 years old classed as an adult? I pay bloody taxes, I fund those buses, I should be getting my say! Even if it's 5p, I'm not working! If someone's old enough to buy alcohol, surely they're classed as an adult. I think i'll start that petition. Anyway, the part that bugged me the most. The fare for an adult was £2.10 and I was carrying £1.20. As I walked off she said, 'Little liar you had more money anyway!' Who the devil was she talking to? Like 15 pence was going to pay for the adult fare. Seriously... It's my 15th this week and I had no idea I was apparently an, 'adult'. Not impressed. Also not impressed I was locked outside my house for 3 hours, (MUM). Yeah so the day from hell. To make things worse, on my BIRTHDAY I have to take public transport. Afraid it's going to be a taxi home. Not very amusing posts today, but if I wasn't locked outside my house I would've posted LFW then done Milano fashion week. But, the birthday spectactular is this week. Everything can happen. Bit like the Hunger Games. Yes, my cake better not have food poisoning! See ya's for tomorrow. And if there's any busdrivers reading, if I'm ever on a bus. Run.

Sunday, 23 September 2012

I want one of those

L.A. Candy (L.A. Candy Novels (Quality))Lauren Conrad, dedicated hair tie dyer. Are her books as colourful as her hair and outfits? Time to find out. L.A. Candy was #1 on the New York Times Bestsellers list; now time for your verdict. Amazon are allowing you to have a peak inside at the first chapter. Here's the synopsis and it does sound very idyllic. 'Los Angeles is all about the sweet life: hot clubs, cute guys, designer . . . everything. Nineteen-year-old Jane Roberts can't wait to start living it up. She may be in L.A. for an internship, but Jane plans to play as hard as she works, and has enlisted her BFF Scarlett to join in the fun. When Jane and Scarlett are approached by a producer who wants them to be on his new series, a "reality version of Sex and the City," they can hardly believe their luck. Their own show? Yes, please! Soon Jane is TV's hottest star. Fame brings more than she ever imagined possible for a girl from Santa Barbara—free designer clothes, the choicest tables at the most exclusive clubs, invites to Hollywood premieres—and she's lapping up the VIP treatment with her eclectic entourage of new pals. But those same friends who are always up for a wild night are also out for a piece of Jane's spotlight. In a city filled with people chasing after their dreams, it's not long before Jane wakes up to the reality that everyone wants something from her, and nothing is what it seems to be. L.A. Candy is a deliciously entertaining novel about what it's like to come of age in Hollywood while starring in a reality TV show, written by a girl who has experienced it all firsthand: Lauren Conrad.' Sounds very idyllic, like a Katie Price novel. Can be purchased at 1 penny. So check it out girlies. 

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Saturday 22nd September

Today was interesting. The day I strut my stuff on the catwalk making my catwalk debut. Badly. The scene was set at a shopping event, I was there with the models and co ready to go out onto the stage. Not an actual runway sadly, but less pressure (Hoping). I wore this amazing peplum blouse and pencil skirt! Very Cheryl Cole- during my modelling career Cheryl Cole seems to appear. Not exactly a fan, but it's interesting she crops up. Speaking of tripping up. Ever worn 8 inch heels? Then expected to strut in them, on a wooden floor. Uh oh. Not just that, I could grab the dress with my heels. I walk, nervously. Then turn and well the crowd are cheering with a reserved look on their faces. When I got off stage I noticed my dress was tucked in to my leggings! Whoops. Oh well. I'm still being used on other shows.
Anyways... Walking into a library looking like a supermodel, as you do. Walking out with masses of revision guides, in high heels. As you do. Seeing an old lady purchase corsets, as you do... Kinkay. Hopefully the fashion show video doesn't end up on Youtube. I don't want to live under a rock, especially before my birthday! 6 Days woooooop! See ya then... <3

Friday, 21 September 2012

Today it's Friday, Friday! Seriously am looking forward to the weekend. Attending a shopping event and I will post any gems I find. I do like a rummage through the racks. I'm normally the unimpressed one, LOL. Anyway, treated myself to a T-shirt so I shall me modelling that. Catwalk show is planned! Woo. Just noticed I have Maths and Science on my birthday. How depressing. Speaking of maths and exams and everything headache-ridden. My Mum had cooked us our favourite dinner tonight (Well we haven't had it in a while, a curry. With all the trimmings). Maybe she was planning something? After we were all stuffed she confessed. that she had a new boyfriend. All a bit sudden and we were all a bit, 'Say whaaaaat?' But hoping she was happy and doing my infamous (hesitant, usually what I use when something bubbles on about their dreary life. Seriously do I look like a counseller!) smile. She revealed he would be coming in five minutes. So while I gossiped with the 'Old&Wise One?' about whether he was fit or not. (Who doesn't have a fan girl moment?) The door finally rang when I got to meet her new man… after a day of praying I'd never see my maths teacher or a surd or test again. He just walked through the door. His first line. 'Oh your the quiet girl who fancies the guy you sit next to'. Bear in mind I sit next to a total, how can I say this. A very studious type. #DeadDueToEmbaressment. All I can say is. If I see him in my house, on my birthday, after a lesson of maths. I may just explode. 

I want one of those!

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Can't post tonight, got in late late late! Birthday next week, the suspense.

Just a quickie. I'm just wondering if we should do a mini contest on Saturday? I'm thinking clicking as many ads as you can. Not sure what the prize will be, probably some products once I've finished reviewing them. Oooft.

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Wednesday 19th September

Woo, halfway through the week. 3 Girls in my business class today, it was horrid. Shouldn't be moaning- but when you're working with them and you continuously get called 'MODEL'. And boys well when they hear the term 'MODEL' they expect glamour models... thanks The Sun. Not neccessarily a bad thing, but when you're around hormone/sex-crazed teenage; boys who apparently 'get off' with every girl they meet at an under 18's (they're 14/15 year 10's. Aren't year 7's digging them?)  it's not appealing. Such a sexist class really. 3 Girls and 25 boys. How sexist? Is that saying girls don't succeed in business? Anywho. 9 Days till the birthday! Wooo. Means, cake and presents. Not too into the presents, just gimme cake! I have a weird obsession with cake. Revision timetable not in full swing unfortunately, but I will be reviewing some gorgeous products, wooo and continuing to review fashion week in full glory. Yay! Anyways, my 9 year old brother is doing the under wear dance. Awks. See ya's for tomorrow!

Juicy Couture bargains!

Peace, love, Juicy!
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London fashion week

London fashion week part 2.
Got round to doing the second day of London Fashion Week.

House of Holland: If I'm honest it was a bit repetitive. Trends were definitly prints clashing and colours also. Incredible colourful with hints of sparkle and peter pan collars. Laid back entirely with 70's/60's vibe.

Issa London- If you've got the work gala, ooze oriental flare. Dress shapes included off the shoulder, cut outs and floral applique. Gold shoes and flowers in your hair are a must!

John Rocha- Serious hair pieces going on here. The collection was rather dated, using ruffles all over the pieces. Including the 'Trenchcoat-Which-Wont-Keep-The-Rain-Off,' not very practical. The hair pieces remind me of bed covers.

Sophia Webster- Not so much a show, but Miss Shoester debuted 'Welcome to The Dollhouse'. Models dressed as dolls standing in life-size 'Barbie' style toy boxes. Wearing Sophia's statement shoes. Shoes themselves? Delish.

Holly Fulton- Very flowery! Love the first outfit, reminds me of a SoulCal replica. The collection screams artful: Graphic prints, luxurious materials and hot accessories.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Tuesday 18th September

Today was interesting. See, interesting day today. It actually was, LOL. See I was standing with my friends ambling off to the chip shop (As you soo do when you model) and my friend's year seven sister walked over. I thought as usual it would be a sister chat; which half of it was. Till she bounced back off, high energy off and said, '[Insert my name] I hate you!' When she directed that at me her bounciness had gone and it was serious. I was on my way out so I just giggled under my breath. I thought it was a bit Irish because I had only met her once and she had dancing, so I had only met her for five minutes at her house. Which I was eating food, unless that's offensive kill me now? Awkward moment her friend saunters over with a 'Talk to the hand' hand out, but as she was in year seven you couldn't exactly see her hand... Awks. Anywho, sent the friend to pester her about it. As they're sisters god knows what could happen... Who likes the piccie? From a designer called 'La   Papillion Rouge' or 'The Red Butterfly' if you are a french novice. That was all my bickering for today. Off for more revision *Hold the applause*. Good luck to anyone doing exams, etc. See ya's for tomorrow, I'll see what the little sister replies back!

Sunday, 16 September 2012

London Fashion Week!

London Fashion week launch day!
Oh I do love a bit of fashion week. You know the drill. Fashion week is a week and each day I browse all the photos from the designers selecting my favourite designer. Then I choose 3 outfits (Or more if they amaze me). So let's start the madness! Spring/Summer 2013.

PPQ: Interesting show. Quite 60's styled. Stripes and Earthy prints.

KTZ: LOVED the show. Haven't heard too much from the designer, but now so intrigued for more! Trend alert, aquatics. Very fish tail lace and fluorescence - reminds me of a mermaid.

Unconditional- I kinda liked this show. Quite sculptered looks- with a masculine influence. But it's rough, edgy and cartoon like. Bold colours popping everywhere!

Sass&Bide: The first dress is stunning. The whole collection was romantic, classic and has a twist with monochrome round the edges. Cara Delevingne also walked. The collection also reminds me of a greek goddess with the gold belts.

Felder Felder: This collection is very wearable. Models were stunning! Quite simple, but lots of contrast when it came to prints and detailing.

What's your favourite?