Sunday, 18 January 2015


Hello, so recently during my break between lectures I was casually browsing the Zara sale. That's when I spotted this gorgeous light denim ripped skinny jeans, for only £7.99! They're why I made this whole order. I mean that's cheaper than Primark!

I've a love/hate relationship with high-waisted denim shorts, they never fit me right as I've a much smaller waist then hips. I decided to try them as for £7.99, you can't go wrong. After I tried them on I was very surprised as they in fact fit me very well.

Last pair of pants I bought was this 'smart pants' in very bright floral pants. This is something out of my comfort zone however I decided to branch out and try something new, I think they will look really nice with a jumper dressed down, or with a blouse and blazer dressed up.

I also bought a t-shirt dress, which is made out of really thick material in a white and black pattern, my favourite combination! I could wear t-shirt dresses everyday, as they so simple to style but you look nicely put together. This dress was only £7.99 reduced from £25.99.

The other dress, cream sheer and lace reminds me of something you would wear to a summer event like a christening? I've bought this dress in a S which is usually my normal size, however is a bit loose on the bottom half. I don't know if I will keep this, but I do really like it. It was only £9.99 reduced from £39.99.

The last three things were t-shirts, I love zara t-shirts as they're super soft and wash very well. The first t-shirt is grey band t-shirt, I like to wear them with jeans or shorts in the summer. The next t-shirt is white with 'fashion facts'. You can never have too many white t-shirts, right? The last t-shirt is my favourite, white/navy stripped box style with a V neck. All of those t-shirts were £3.99.

Things I bought;
Ripped jeans- no longer online (sorry)
Denim shorts- link 
Printed trousers- link
Mixed fabrics dress- link
T-shirt dress- link
Band t-shirt- link
Stripped t-shirt- ( no longer online)
white t-shirt- (no longer online)

 Kamila x

Wednesday, 14 January 2015


 I decided to start blogging again as I genuinely missed it a lot. I found myself sitting on the train on my way to uni, thinking about different ideas for posts. This blog was only really fashion based as that’s what I was more into. Although in recent months I really enjoy trying out new make-up , and playing around with it.

From now on this blog will be a bit of everything. As we're nearly half way through January, I thought my new year’s goals, things I would like to do; would be a good post to write. Previous years I made a list of New Year’s resolution anything from ‘exercise more’ to ‘try something new’ however I never really stuck to them despise my best intentions at begin of January (typical?) 

Therefore instead of ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ I decided on 5 goals:

1. Pass both my theory and driving test
I really regret not concentrating on my driving when I was 17, therefore I would like to pass both this summer. I finish university in late May, therefore I’ve almost 4 months off to just revise and practise. I know a lot people say it’s easier to do it while you’re younger and have the time and money.  

2. Stop procrastinating
I am really bad at getting things done in advance; I always leave everything to very last-minute. I’ve a saying ‘what you have to do today do tomorrow’ which I believe is actually ‘what you have to do tomorrow do today’. This is what I would like to stick too, as it will make my life a little easier and less stressful.

3. Blog more regularly
This is something I’ve failed over last few months, my very bad time management skills left me with hardly any time between uni and work. Therefore this year I would like to find a good routine for me which will allow me to find the time to blog on regular basics.

4. Save some money
I am an impulse buyer, and I always spend my money on things I don’t really need. As a student this will be hard to do but I will at least try. Therefore I might do few ‘spending bands’ throughout the year. I believe if I don’t buy fast-food and takeaways so often, along with cutting on buying clothes I will be able to save money.

5. Travel
Traveling is something I enjoy a lot, and what I would like to do as a career in the future. This year I would like to travel and see new places, whether it’s London or Edinburgh or few days somewhere in Europe. It’s something I would definitely want to do and experience.

 Kamila x

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Michael Michael Kors bag | Review

As some of you know it was my birthday, at the start of October. My main gift this year was my very first Michael Kors bag. I decided I wanted something different as Jet setter which is a popular 'blogger' bag. In the end I went for this sky blue/powder blue bag with sliver hardware, which I believe is called 'Hamilton'.

The bag itself is on the heavier side alone, after you put your stuff in there it's heavy. After a long day but arm does ache sometimes. Although the bag is smaller than my black Zara office city bag. A4 file will just about fit however you do have to bend it slightly.

Inside, there are three compartments; one is a zipper and two bucket style. In both bucket compartments there are pockets. On one side there is a phone pocket with a small zip pocket and key fob. On the other side two patch packets. Also the inside of the bag is lined with MK logo.

The bag comes with adjustable long strap which is also detachable and two top handles. The only downside to this bag is the noisy from the chains when you walking. Honestly it's really annoying and people can hear you approaching. The bag is secured together with a snap fastening at top.

Also you can extend the bag by unlocking the padlock at front of the bag; with a key which is attached  to a top handle. However the bag then looks out of shape.

Outfits of the week featuring this bag, link

 Kamila x

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