Sunday, 26 June 2016

Summer Sandals

It's the end of June and I'm sitting here looking out my window at the rain that hasn't stopped in days. It's times like this that really makes me feel like summer isn't going to come.

I do have a few summer holidays planned though so I'm thinking of all the pretty summer sandals that I get to wear. I've been in boots and socks since about September last year, so can't wait to get some fresh air on my feet and legs.

Here are some top contenders for summer sandals - admittedly, I may have accidentally bought more than a few on this list...

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1. Sam Edelman - Perfect for a beach trip
2. Tamaris - I have these in another colour and are already in my suitcase for my next break
3. Toms - I love that Toms have branched out and become a lot more fashion forward
4. ASH - aren't these a beaut?
5. See by Chloe - I have so much love for these. I might break the bank and get them
6. French Connection - They look so glam!
7. Ravel - Because you can't go wrong with some comfy flats
8. Clarks - You can't beat the comfort of Clarks
9. Dune - These are perfect for a summer's night out

Sherin xx

Tuesday, 7 June 2016


After a mini break, I'm back.

I spent a long weekend exploring Brittany recently and I fell in love with the region. My only experience with France has been with Paris and so it was so refreshing being in the countryside, with limited internet and lots of bakeries (and creperies) - essentially just the relaxing break I needed.

We spent a day in St Malo, which is a gorgeous seaside town, and the beach was so scenic and pretty.

We spent the whole day exploring the town, and just walking around (and eating).

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Shirt - Hollister
Jeans - House of Fraser
Shoes - Keds

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The highlight of the trip was a trip to Mont St Michel - an old medieval castle-like town in the sea. It was seriously like I was in an outdoors Hogwarts!

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It's a great to spend a whole day exploring. It's a large area with lots of winding paths and hidden shortcuts, that get you to the top of the hill, where there is a beautiful abbey.

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Jumper - H&M
Top - Dorothy Perkins
Jeans - GAP
Shoes - Keds

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Sherin xx

Monday, 23 May 2016

Intact hair with Moroccan Oil

I tend to wash my hair no more than 2 or 3 times a week, so as you can imagine, dry shampoo is a close friend of mine.

Moroccan Oil is a particularly new favourite brand of dry shampoo for me. It comes in 2 tones, one for light hair and one for darker, and it aims to refresh and manage next day hair. When I first got sent it, I was really excited and this product did not disappoint.

So, I had my hair washed and done on the Saturday morning, ahead of an engagement part and I loved how my hair looked.

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My hair was still intact on day two, despite running around London, doing various things.

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Day three is when my hair decided that it needed some care, so I sprayed on some of the Moroccan Oil Dry Shampoo. I put some on in the morning and really liked it. It didn't have a sticky texture that you sometimes get with hair sprays. It was light weight and smelt quite nice as well. I didn't even need to put that much on.

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The dry shampoo works really well and is easy to use. You literally just spray it on to you hair - I usually go for around the root area - and then just kind of massage it in. Unlike other dry shampoo's this didn't leave a white residue either.

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And my hair was still looking good when I went out after work.

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Sherin xx

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