Monday, 31 March 2014


‘Lacie’ underwear set – Triangl | Breton stripe dress –Motel Rocks | Smock dress – Topshop | Leather running shorts – Topshop | 

Shoes – River Island | Headdress – Topshop 

Hello beauties,

As you can see, today’s post is aggressively titled “THINGS THAT NEED TO GET IN MY WARDROBE.” 
This rather violent tone is stemming  from my total, utter and complete lack of money. This last uni term has been a long’un and unfortunately I felt a bit too young and wild and free when I received my second student loan back in January. Despite applying for many jobs, I am now (metaphorically) crawling hands and knees to my next instalment in a couple of weeks time.  Thankfully, I’m safely back at home so my mum and dad are kindly keeping me from malnourishment/death’s door. Ahh, student life.
I’m currently lusting after this beautiful stripy Motel Rocks dress after seeing Sammi (aka Beautycrush) style it flawlessly on her blog - the girl really does no wrong. The  other smocked style dress wouldn’t usually be a piece I’d gravitate towards, but this little checked Topshop number really caught my eye - i’m fantasising about styling it with black buckle boots, a floppy black hat, a leather jacket and bare legs.
Can we also take a minute to admire this DIVINE Triangl underwear set? I hadn’t heard of the brand until recently when I saw a few items pop up on my blog feed, but after browsing the online site it’s fair to say I would very much like all their stock in my life. This Lucie candy pink set has to be my fave, I think it would look ah-mazing  in summer with a (probably still fake) tan.

Hope you’re all well, and if you’re a poor student like I am, struggle on young warrior – the loan is in sight.

Sara x

Wednesday, 19 March 2014



Capital letters were most certainly called for to kick start this glorious food related post. A while back myself and my camera-shy best friend ventured over to the pretty suburb of Jesmond and while we were there decided to stop in at The Fat Hippo after hearing some fab reviews. As you can probably tell by the pictures, we did not leave disappointed.
Now I’m no food blogger, but I am what I’d call a food enthusiast (totally counts as a hobby.) I couldn’t tell you what kind of flavours were in this fantastic burger, or how crunchy the wedges were, but I can tell you that it all tasted magnificent. I opted for the Cool Runnings burger which consisted of bacon, cheese and sour cream, and washed it down with a strawberry milkshake.

The restaurant itself is cosy and welcoming, filled with lots of pretty little candles and wooden furniture. If you’re a local, or plan on visiting Newcastle sometime soon, I’d highly recommend stopping in at this local gem of a restaurant.

Sara x

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