Wednesday, 29 July 2015

A catch up with My Little Box...

Hello lovelies!

Today's post is a little catch up with what I've received in my last three editions of 'My Little Box'.  I'm sure that anyone who's anyone in the blogging world now will already know about 'My Little Box' and will have probably also received and posted about these very boxes that I'm going to discuss.  Nevertheless I thought that they were worth sharing, particularly as all three have gotten me very excited about my forthcoming's almost like they were made specifically for me!!

So without further ado...

My Little Provence Box...

My favourite editions of 'My Little Box' are those that are French themed, so I was really excited when this one landed on my doormat a couple of months ago.  Provence is not a place I know a lot about, however when I visited Dublin, there were pictures all over the plane advertising flights there and I have to say it looks so beautiful and's definitely on my list of French hotspots to visit.  The feel of this box was summer chill out, and all of the products included were amazing.  First of all, I received four...yes four...L'Occitane products; a soap, shower gel, body lotion and a rose hand cream (I've already used the hand it's not in the photo!!).  I love L'Occitane, although unless I really need something from there I do tend to find it a little on the pricey side, so it's always nice to receive some free goodies!  From 'My Little Beauty', I got a gorgeous bronze eye crayon and it's my perfect shade, so I was so happy with the beauty choices.  I really loved the idea of the Do It Yourself Cuff; you can thread cotton through the gold bracelet to coordinate it with your outfit and the dress-up doll magnet reminded me of when I was a little girl and used to play with the paper ones; so cute!!!  I've saved the mini beauty to things to take away on holiday which moves me swiftly on to the second box...

My Little French Riviera Box...

Yes, literally days after my Mister and I booked our holiday to Cannes (20 days to go!!), this little beauty arrived in the about fate!  After being so excited about booking my holiday, this box couldn't have been timed better.  This box was designed by up and coming interior designer Sarah Lavoine and she is responsible for the addition of the cool sunglasses and gorgeous nail polish that I can't wait to try out.  I also received those cute little planters (which I think may be used for make-up and brushes instead!) and a gorgeous 'My Little Beauty' body scrub and Kerastase hair tamer for unruly hair.  Perfect!

My Little Road Trip Box...

Okay, so twenty days to go...I should be pretty organised by now for my holiday right?  Er...we'll see!  At least my documents will be order with my cool travel organiser, perfect for storing my passport and travel documents.  The little bottle of micellar water will be travelling to Cannes with me, along with the sweet smelling after sun cream.  I wasn't that keen on the gold tattoo transfers (I rarely say this but I believe I'm about 20 years too old for them and nowhere near cool enough to pull them off!) but I loved the shade of the Essie nail polish...summer in a bottle.  The cute Kanako designed postcards are too pretty to use but I'm sure I'll find somewhere to put them.  I promise to 'Never Stop Exploring' and can't wait to use my new goodies in Cannes...eek!

You can subscribe to 'My Little Box' here.  It's such good value for money, I'd really recommend it.  You can also read about some previous boxes here and here, if you still need convincing!




  1. Gah I've never heard of My Little Box but these are just divine!

    The My Little Road Trip box is so beautiful, I can't even begin to describe how much I love it.

    I've just gone on the My Little Box website, and although I can't promise anything I can't help but swoon over how awesome everything looks!

    Little Moon Elephant

    1. Hi Amy :)

      You should definitely get yourself signed up, it's amazing! Thanks so much for stopping by ;)

      Kay xx


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