Tuesday, 11 October 2016

September Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Favourites



Hope all my fellow bloggers had a nice September, a lot of my month was taken up with a holiday so blogging has taken a little back seat. It’s nice to be back with my favourites from last month so let’s begin… I had a little autumnal shopping trip to Primark (haul post here!) and stocked up on two jumpers, this one in a classic nautical style is gorgeous and has been keeping my warm as the days are getting colder. In the same haul I bought some slippers which are now very well worn but I’m finding them so comfy and practical for around the house plus they are easy to slip in and out of. I had a bit of a chocolate themed splurge this month, starting with this wonderful Coco Chocolatier earl grey tea & bergamot organic chocolate, perfect to have with a cuppa and has such an authentic taste. The packaging is stunning too! Speaking of cuppas, I’ve been trialling and enjoying a new tea, this one by Yogi Tea is very unusual and is named choco. It’s a substitute for hot chocolate and I believe it’s heathier too. A review will be up with my details into this.

Faith In Nature do some gorgeous products as you’re likely to have heard me say in previous posts. I’ve been into their chocolate shower gel and foam bath, the scent smells like the most wonderful chocolate factory, and I just can’t get enough. I’m in the process of being a little more minimal with my beauty stash, and using things up. This Cacharel Noa perfume is a beaut, and something I’ve been reaching for on a daily basis. The scent is musky vanilla and a great autumn perfume I would say. On a final note I’ve been very prolific with my reading over the month of September, I’ve been reaching for a book quite a bit. Two books both of which I loved and rated 5/5 on goodreads I wanted to include in this post. I’m most excited to share with you ‘A Kiss In The Dark’ by Cat Clarke, my first book by this author. I raced through it, and loved all the plot twists, it’s a great one to delve into if you are in a reading slump. 'Loving Spirit' by Linda Chapman is aimed at a younger audience but I enjoyed the relationship between Ellie and her horse Spirit. I found it informative in regard to life looking after horses too! :-)

How was your September? What things have you been loving? :-) Xx