Wednesday, 28 September 2016

A/W 16 Wishlist: Zara, Monki & Pull & Bear



I don't tend to peruse the internet for clothes anymore as it always seems like a daunting task but I selectively scoured a few brands that I knew would have exactly what I'm looking for. I'm looking to add a few new pieces to my A/W wardrobe and I think these would make great additions. I am particularly in desperate need for a good plain white t-shirt as it is something that I definitely lack. 

What items do you want for this A/W?

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Monday, 26 September 2016

Denim Dreams




Primark Top and Belt // Charity Shop Jeans // DM shoes

When everything else was in the wash I rediscovered my mom jeans and realised that I still really like them so I put them with a classic stripe. You can't really go wrong. Also please ignore how gross my hair has become. I am going to get it cut asap I promise. 

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Friday, 23 September 2016

Gingham & Pointed Boots



 Topshop Dress // H&M Boots


I've noticed that gingham has been making the rounds again which made me ever so happy that I didn't get rid of this dress which I bought on my 18th birthday in London. I'm now 6 months away from being 21 and this purchase only seems like yesterday. I paired the dress with my pointed boots from H&M which I am trying to wear as much as possible before the rain comes because suede and rain are a definite no go for me. These are two pieces which I think I will get a lot of wear out of over the years and are easy to re-work depending on the trends.

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Fashion Week

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After being in Bristol I've finally got my act together and I'm off to Bristol Fashion Week. As always Bristol's 17 catwalk shows are held at the Mall at Cribbs Causeway from 28th September-2nd October with a variety of prices to fit all budgets. This year's Autumn/Winter show will be hosted by British fashion designer, Henry Holland and TV stylist, Mark Heyes. As most fashion lovers will know Henry is besties with Alexa Chung and Agyness Deyn and the father of the House of Holland brand. He was pushed into the limelight with his slogan tees in 2006 which seem to have made a bit of comeback at London Fashion Week 10 years on. He seems eager to come and host Bristol's fashion extravaganza with his pal Mark. 

I'm off to the show on Thursday 29th September at 7:15pm which I will be tweeting about and putting snaps on my instagram story so make sure you follow @amyleehaynes on both to see all of the action.


If you want tickets to one of the shows tickets start at £8.95 for a standard seat, £9.95 for second row seating or £13.95 for front row viewing. You can all tickets online or, if you're a local, pop down to the Mall information desk. All 17 45 minutes long shows are hosted by both Henry and Mark, so why not pop down? You can stay up to date with all the latest info by following @mallcribbs and using #BristolFashionWeek. 

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Monday, 19 September 2016

The Saviour Cleanser: Sanctuary Spa Ultimate Cleansing Oil

I have gone off doing beauty type posts recently because I often feel like I don't know what I'm talking about but this cleanser has to be shown to the world. I picked up the Sanctuary Spa Ultimate Cleansing Oil a few months back when it was on offer in Boots (currently reduced from £12 to £9) just to give it a whirl. 

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I use it in the shower. All you do is apply it with dry hands to a dry face and then wet your hands or some cotton wool and rub it in and it turns into a soapy texture. I've never used a cleansing oil before but oh wow, it is everything people say it is. It leaves your skin feeling plump, hydrated and so amazingly soft. It removes almost every trace of make up even stubborn eye products and it doesn't leave you with panda eyes which, in my experience, is pretty damn good. The only fault I have is that when using it to remove eye make up, it makes my eyes watery for quite a while afterwards but that's a small price I'm willing to pay. 

This product has definitely opened my eyes in terms of facial oils and oil based cleansers and I'll definitely be on the look out for more so if you have any recommendations, let me know.

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