Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The Wishlist | Autumn Edition


1. I'm not a massive fan of Lush, I don't think I've ever gone in to a store and bought lots of things, but when I receive gifts from there I fall in love with every thing that I'm given. After watching various Lush hauls on youtube and looking thoroughly through their website, there are so many things that I'd like to purchase. One of the things that caught my eye is the Snow Fairy sparkle bar. From the description on the website, it makes it sound edible, but it comes across as an extremely moisturising product, which is always a must-have in the Winter. I also think the melting snowman is super cute. 

2. I always find that in the Autumn/Winter my hair is constantly blowing around in the wind and rather than it looking like a birds nest, I'd like to attempt to texturise it somehow. I've got my eye on the Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray, it claims to provide volume and texture, which is what I'm looking for. It could be considered as expensive for a styling spray, but I want something that's going to last and work. 

3. I don't know why, but I've suddenly becoming a lover for wearing casual dresses and I've fallen in love with this particular smock from The White Pepper. I don't own a smock but this one is so beautiful, the pink just makes it adorable and would look gorgeous, with some tights and some black boots. It looks as if it would keep you warm too? I may be just trying to find excuses to buy it, but who knows.. will it turn up in a haul?

4. I love my knitted jumpers. It's a known fact. This beautiful one from Topshop is so gorgeous due to the detailing, it makes it stand out from the ordinary jumper you would see. The studded crystals give the jumper a bit more class and glitz, therefore, you could wear it transitionally from day to night, however you wanted. I really do love this jumper, but it is quite expensive, but doesn't it seem so perfect for Christmas? An extremely fabulous Christmas jumper maybe.. hehe

5. It's the time of year where you wack out all the candles and usually, being a lover of sweet smells, this year, I've come to really like the spiced spells. Maybe it's because I've been lingering in Starbucks too long and have my nose tipped near a cup of Pumpkin Spice Latte, but I love. I would really like to have an addition to my current candle collection and it's the red apple wreath from Yankee Candle. The name itself could set anyone in the mood for Christmas!

6. Oops, another jumper in the wishlist. I've seen quite a few people with this jumper and doesn't it look so cosy? ZARA will never fail to make me want something from their store. I also wanted a bag but couldn't find it on the website, which always makes me want to march out from my house and go to my nearest store, but I must refrain. I love the style of this knit, it does look like it could be a bit itchy, but that can be solved with a top underneath I feel. 

7. MAC have brought out a new sort of collection, is that the terms for it? After watching 'heyclaire' on youtube, I totally understand why she bought it due to the packaging. The brushes do look really slick and lovely, it also includes a 217 brush and no one can have enough of blending brushes within their collection. It's a whopping £42 but, you do get five brushes and a very pretty brush set. 


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  1. if you want a texturising spray that is a bit cheaper, i would definitely recommend the toni & guy one! I have it and i absolutely love it <3 it's a texturising seasalt spray so it makes it look beachy and gives texture xxx

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