Sunday, 14 December 2014

Grey And White



Even though this grey coat of mine has no pockets (grrr!), I cannot get enough of it. It's gorgeous and it goes well with everything. 

I wore:
Coat: Boden (here )
Sweater: ASOS (here )
Jeans: Mango (similar here )
Leather trainers: Converse (here )
Sunnies: Whistles (here in black)

Nails: OPI "Red Lights Ahead...Where?" (here )
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Saturday, 13 December 2014

Super casual



More casual than this and I'd be horizontal...
What can I say...it's comfy.

I wore:
Parka: Zara (similar here )
Sunnies: Whistles (here in black )
Sweatshirt: Brian Lichtenberg (here on sale , also here in pink)
Jeans: Mango (similar here )
Ballerinas: Bloch (here on sale , also here in pearl and here in white)


Monday, 8 December 2014

Tartan Scarf



I finally bought a regular coloured coat (as opposed to my usual wild array of coat colours) as well as the ubiquitous oversized tartan scarf. Both are from Boden and, apart from the coat not having pockets (What's up with that, manufacturers? It seems some sort of trend these days....coats with no pockets...tsk!), both are perfectly lovely.

I wore:
Coat: Boden (here )
Sweater: ASOS (here )
Jeans: Mango (similar here )
Leather Trainers: Converse (here )
Bag: Luella (similar here )
Tartan scarf: Boden (here )
Sunnies: Ray-Ban (here )

Lips: MAC "Candy Yum Yum" (here )
 

 

Sunday, 7 December 2014

I shared a meringue recipe with you before, but this one is even better. Mostly because it contains nuts. You can never go wrong with nuts....erm...unless you're allergic, that is.
Anyhow, these are deliciously chewy and gorgeously nutty and so very easy and quick to make so do give them a try.

You'll need:
2 egg whites
125g icing sugar, sifted
30g walnuts, coarsely chopped

1) Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Add the icing sugar bit by bit and whisk until very thick. 
2) Carefully fold the walnuts into the egg and sugar mixture.
3) Place small mounds of mixture on a baking sheet lined with baking parchment and bake in a preheated oven at 180 c for about 15 minutes.
4) Leave to cool in the oven.
5) Eat! They're delicious with coffee!

 
 

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