For all January has been...well...January, I have had some great fashion discoveries this month that have made days brighter and avoiding the shops more bearable. So here is a little round up of my January loves, hope you enjoy them!
1 Carrie Bradshaw's...sorry...SJP's shoe collection
(Image taken from http://www.vogue.co.uk)
2 Chanel Spring-Summer 2014 Haute Couture show "Fashion Machine"
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I think of Karl Lagerfeld as a visionary, an artist as well as a designer, and I love his shows. This month's "Fashion Machine" did not disappoint! I loved the hair and make-up, and the fact that a lot of the looks were both fashion-forward yet wearable (the models must have loved being able to wear trainers too, instead of having to totter around in massive heels!). I absolutely adore Cara Delevigne too, and she always looks stunning in Chanel. If you haven't seen the show yet you can watch it here!
3 Chanel's Lipstick/USB stick
Yesterday whilst looking through Instagram, British Vogue posted a similar picture of this...my mind was blown!!! A MEMORY STICK THAT LOOKS LIKE A CHANEL LIPSTICK!!! EEEEEEK!!! Need I say more...I know what I want for Valentine's Day...Mister if you're reading...
4 Mini Lush Haul
Okay, I know this one isn't really fashion related as such...but in my efforts to not spend, I decided to keep my treats to a minimum, and took myself off to Lush for a mini haul. I got tonnes of Lush stuff for Christmas (I'm not complaining!), but I must have had so many baths that I needed a bubble bar top up already! So I bought myself an Amandopando bubble bar and a Melting Marshmallow Moment as a little treat. Amandopando has a subtle yet gorgeous smell, but I'm yet to use the melt, so my verdict will follow later (I promise!).
5 Elsa's Dress in "Frozen"
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As loads of people had told me about "Frozen" and how good it was, I decided to go and see what all the fuss was about. I really enjoyed the film, and it's worth going to see just for Olaf the snowman, who reminded me a little of Donkey from Shrek, sort of a faithful humorous companion that you can't shake off, not that you'd want to of course! In years gone by, I don't think I've ever thought of any Disney film in a fashion sense, except maybe Cruella De Vil in "101 Dalmatians", but when Elsa turned up in this little beauty I was gobsmacked. So flawless and elegant, it could've literally come straight off the runway, I thought it was absolutely fabulous! I'm sure in real life it would never look the same, but if I'm ever animated that's what I want to wear! Look out for it arriving at a million fancy dress parties near you...
What's been exciting you this January?