Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Charlotte's Tea House

Ahh, let me introduce you to possibly one of my most favourite places to go in any situation ever. It's the most beautiful little tea house in Truro, and it's decorated like a Victorian living room with beautiful curtains, chandeliers and paintings as you can see from the photos up above! Currently it was also decorated with loads of christmassy goodness which made it even more lovely than usual.
Luke and I had a pot of tea for two, I had the Davidstow cheddar, onion and tomato quiche (which was GORGEOUS man Davidstow cheddar is the nicest cheese), whereas Luke went for a potato toastie, which I've had before and it's nearly almost as nice as the quiche.
For desert I had apple pie with ice cream, and this desert is the reason I live, honestly, I wish this place did deliveries of some kind because I would have to order a whole pie for myself every week it's ridiculous how lovely this is. Luke had carrot cake, which although nice is average compared to the heaven on a plate that is the apple pie. Trust me on this one.
Basically, if you ever holiday in Cornwall and end up in Truro (which you probably will it's the only city in the county!) then head to Charlotte's Tea House, it's a bit hidden but it's definitely a gem worth finding!

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Hobbit Premier

Last Friday I was lucky enough to be able to go and see the third and final Hobbit movie with some of my lovely friends! The tickets themselves were really quite expensive, at £16 each that's nearly double way i pay for my local cinema here in Cornwall! However i guess we were paying more for the experience then for anything else? I mean it was a pretty special experience so i don't have any regrets about going! (Except when i accidentally spoiled the story for my friend who hadn't read the book!)

Leicester Square Odeon is massive, and I'd never been to a premiere before so it was super exciting just for the atmosphere of excitement before the movie started; some people were even dressed up as the dwarves with capes and those funny looking upside down hats the a few of the dwarves wear throughout the movie. I would have taken more pictures but I was so wrapped up in seeing the movie I nearly completely forgot apart from the one that's up above on this one, which is what the cinema itself looked like (it's very very pretty)

Hopefully now I'm in London a lot more, I'll be able to attend more of this kind of thing, and I'll keep you posted about any events that I do attend!
(i also saw the Hobbit again today as my mum made me promise to go with her, and it was just as good the second time!!)

Saturday, 20 December 2014

Lower Than Atlantis @ Koko

Aw man, what a lovely lovely evening this was. My friend Lauren travelled up from Cornwall, so we had a lovely catch up in joe & the juice near Carnabystreet. These cafes are absolutely EVERYWHERE in Copenhagen, so when I saw this one lurking just off to the side I thought it would be a nice idea to pop in seeing as I never got a change to try what it was like while in Denmark.
It was surprisingly lovely, the atmosphere was really chilled, and the coffee was reasonably priced and rather tasty. Would definitely recommend popping in for a quieter atmosphere than the regular costa/starbucks/pret nightmare.

Anyway, we then headed to Koko which is one of my FAVE venues as it looks exactly like a retro theatre inside painted regal colours of red and gold and topped with a massive disco ball on the ceiling. It's stunning, and when not a music venue it's host to many a club night including the button down disco which I definitely want to try and attend at some point.

Anyway, what I attended was Rock Sound's Christmas Ball or something of that kind of thing, and bands that played were Decade, Lonely The Brave and Lower Than Atlantis, three bands whose careers seem to being on the exponential rise as of late. This bands all work so hard and the show was so good from all of them, despite the incredibly packed in and rather boisterous crowd. But hey, what else would I expect from a rock concert eh? Definitely go see these bands, but if you're not up to the idea of being squished and ending drenched in someone else's sweat (gross, i know) then maybe hang at the back of the crowd!
Let me know if you've seen any good bands lately!


Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Wintery Nails ft Essie

apologies for the poor nail polish application curse my
shaky hands
Ah gosh, I sit typing this up while I'm back in Cornwall, isn't that absolutely crazy? Can't believe I've already finished my first term at university, bleddy ridiculous i tell ya.

Anyway, a few weeks back I had my course's christmas meal, so I decided to up the game and do some real fancy nail work. And by fancy i mean, actually paint my nails ha ha... ha....
So I'd used this Essie nail paint before but found it a bit of a weird one one its own so I used a plain black Barry M polish as my base before going over it in Belugaria one of the NICEST nail varnishes I've ever used. Described as an 'encrusted' nail polish, it contains matte black glitter with discs of bright holographic discs that sparkly so nicely ah it's honestly so gorgeous.

Downside is that it chips pretty easy due to the bumpy nature of the application, and when you actually want to take the thing of your nails it's a complete nightmare, but most polishes with glitter are the same. It's also quite expensive as some nail varnish goes, but I bought this in the Naughty and Nice set, which also comes with a see through top coat with holographic pieces which is also gorgeous on top of paler shades! And the box set was only £12, so you save a couple of quid! Definitely worth a shot if you like a more different look for your nails!!


Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Pink Hair Don't Care

hey hey guys look what happened to my hair, I went and dyed in pink. 
Basically just recruited the help of a willing boyfriend, got him to help me chuck a load of the dye all on the ends and to around about eye level, left for about half an hour and voila!
Gotta say, the colour was incredibly bright, but this was taken around about a week ago, and the colour is now much more muted and while still being quite bright it's got a few more pastelish tones, which I really quite like. However this may just be due to the different colours originally in my hair more than due to an effect of the hair dye just leaking out at different rates. However I took a bath today and the water was basically all pink... So maybe avoid baths if you want to keep that colour for longer!

To get this colour I used Schwarzkopf Live Colour XXL HD Ultra Brights Semi-Permanent in Raspberry Rebel, I wasn't quite expecting the incredibly bright colour that I got, but I was just kind aiming for pink so I really don't mind, but yeah, not quite what the box insinuates. However you can buy this in boots for around £4 and the instructions are really clear and easy to follow so if you're a first time hair dyer this might be the perfect product to test the waters with!
I mean, who doesn't want bright hair for Chirstmas??


Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Christmas in London

Hello again!!
Gosh it feels like it has been a bit too long, I've just been so busy with uni work and trying to get all my stuff done, I had about 5 deadlines this week it's been pretty hectic! Anyway, here's a few photos of the last few weeks, including my trip to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, as well as a lovely pic of my uni main quad with a rathe pathetic looking christmas tree don't you think?
In other news I am now currently eating a danish from Patisserie Valerie and revising for a mineral test on friday while watching How To Train Your Dragon 2, isn't life so exciting??
Hope you're having a good December so far!

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

The Tate Modern Gallery

So recently my lovely friend Alex came to visit me, and we had a lovely day spent rampaging around London and visiting the Tate modern to pretend we understand modern art. Like seriously, what is that sculpture in the second photo? It was massive!
Also have no idea why I look so damn serious in the last photo, but hey ho look at that make up it looks good doesn't it? I'll try and look less like I want to kill someone next time haha
Hope you're  all having a great first couple of days in December! xx

Saturday, 29 November 2014

Benefit Christmas Blush & Bronze Palette

From top to bottom: Sugarbomb (all colours mixed), Balabamba, Dandelion, Rockateur, Coralista and Hoola

Hello again!
This is a palette i got a few weeks ago for my birthday, but it's part Benefit's Christmas release of palettes and oh my gosh it is the coolest palette ever!! It contains six different shades, five of which are blushers and one is Hoola, their best selling bronzer. On the top photo going clockwise, we have Dandelion, Balabamba, Sugarbomb, Rockateur, Coralista and finally Hoola. This also comes with a small sample of Watts Up their creamy highlighter that I love putting on my brow bone for that little extra glimmer with an almost pinkish hue, which suits my complexion quite well but is also blendable enough that it could become quite sheer if only a little was used!
All the blushes are quite sheer, but they're buildable and they're all shades that suit pretty much everyone and the variability in this palette means that there's definitely something for every single look that you want! I love mixing some Rockateur up with some red lipstick for a night out, or only lightly adding some dandelion to perk up my cheeks when it's cold out!
My love for benefit is pretty much unconditional, I love their packaging, all the staff are always so personable and friendly, and they just seem to have a laid back atmosphere that brands like MAC don't quite seem to have! There's no faffing around with this palette, the packaging is cute, but the pans of make up are as big as the real deal so you get your moneys worth and about three times more, as this palette was only £30!
Buy it for someone you love at christmas, or just go straight ahead and buy it for yourself, but if you are looking for a place to head into the foray of blushers, this is the place to start yourself off!
(I have a feeling this palette may only be available from their Carnaby Street flagship store, as I've never seen it available anywhere else, so if so, why not plan that London shopping trip now, eh?)

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

5 Ways to Make a Bad Day Better

I sometimes find it hard to stay as positive as I'd like to be, and especially so since I've moved out of home and have to rely on myself even more. Without constantly having a parent around, I've had to find other ways to fill my time, and when you're not feeling that great it's quite hard to want to do anything other than lay in your bed.

  1. Get outside and just walk/run. Don't plan on doing anything just take a walk of about 30 minutes or so, and listen to some music while you're at it. Personally I enjoy running, because you just get into this mindset of running and nothing else can really trouble you while you're doing it! I also normally feel super productive after a run too as it really wakes you up for doing anything else!
  2. Choose a beautiful place, like a beach, a local park, somewhere with a view, and sit there for a while, maybe take some food and just look around. Coffee shops are also good places to do this, especially to people watch.
  3. Work on a hobby, or find something that you enjoy doing by yourself, e.g blogging, or shopping, or writing, photography, art, sport, the list is endless! If you feel like you don't have a hobby, start looking for something wether it be nerdy or sporty or arty there is always something out there for someone! I used to think I found nothing interesting, until I got into blogging and writing, and the fruitition of that was this blog and writing reviews for my friend's blog thnksfrthrvw which has helped me turn my passion to music into something even more.
  4. Send a friend a message to meet up, no matter how down you feel someone will be there to help you/spend time with you, even if it's just to take your mind of it, which is sometimes all people need!
  5. lastly, have a pamper yourself day! Stay in, watch some netflix, make yourself a really extravagant meal and go all out, have a desert too if you can! Honestly, paint your nails, give yourself a full facial, and a lovely long bubble bath with some lush products, and that's guaranteed to lift your mood!

I hope this ideas help you, they aren't life changing but after a rubbish day at school/uni/work these have helped me massively! Keeping happy is all mental, but that doesn't mean some physical things can help!
Thanks for reading! 
Megan xx

Sunday, 9 November 2014

Wishlist #2

It couldn't be helped, there's so many new clothes, shoes & accessories coming out for the winter season lately that I can't resist wanting to buy so much of it! I love winter clothing, and I never seem to have enough, so while I've been scouting here's a few of my top picks from various brands...

Left Column:
Right Column:

Didn't realise how much stuff I actually was keeping tabs on until I started making this haha! 

The scarf from Asos could have been any one of about 20, I absolutely adore Asos' knitwear section this time of year and I can guarantee at least one item from it will be mine by the time the year is out. (I already own so many scarves, another won't hurt, right??)
The kimono I thought was a little different while also being very autumnal, and I love Drop Dead pretty much unconditionally, or it would be, if my bank account was bottomless.
All the other items are from just being nosy around on different stores and they really caught my eye and I've been praying for them to magically appear in my room, but alas, not yet.
Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed my picks!
Megan xx

Friday, 7 November 2014

Friday Catch Up #2

Another couple of weeks have passed and now we're well and truly into November, I'd thought I'd post a quick one about what I've been up to recently.

Clockwise from top:
Picture of Flyte from when I saw them at Oslo on Tuesday
Setlist from the same gig
View from the top of Primrose Hill on November 5th, saw fireworks from all over London!
Luke and I from when we went out last Thursday to celebrate halloween with our dodgeball team!

Hope you've had a good past couple of weeks!
Megan xx

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Autumnal Smoky Eye with Barry M Natural Glow Palette 2

Hello everyone!
Today I messed around a bit with some of my more recent palette acquisitions, which includes Barry M's Natural Glow Palette 2 (basically a Naked dupe). For general face stuff, I used Garnier's BB cream in light and a bit of Benefit's Rockateur blusher (which I have in the nicest palette, stay tuned for a post on that soon!). As I primer I used Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Original, and as a concealer for under my eyes I used Clinique's airbrush concealer in 01 Fair. These two products are definitely top on my would recommend list, I use them nearly every single day, and they definitely do the job so well.
Now, for the eyeshadow application I use Real Techniques brushes from their Eye set, using the base brush and the deluxe crease brush.
The Barry M Natural Glow Palette 2

For the base of this look, I used the third colour from the left, a sort of dark pink, nearly purple colour. I put this all over my lid, and I really like the coverage of this palette, as all the colours that I have used so far have been nearly exact to how they look in the palette. For the second shade, I used the fifth shade from the left, and just blended that in, which created such a lovely plum colour that I would never normally wear but this was too lovely not to try it out.
To finish it off I used some Rimmel Glam Eyes mascara, used my Urban Decay Naked Basics palette for my brows and used Soap & Glory's Sexy Motherpucker gloss stick in Rapunzel (these are kind of like Clinique's chubby sticks, super cool).
This is such a good palette, and it's really good value for money. That primer that comes with it isn't excellent, and it comes with those annoying sponge applicators, but use this with a good brush and a high standard primer and the colours look beautiful. The mixture between matte and shimmery is also good, and even with the shimmers they aren't too overpowering. Definitely worth investing in!
 Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed the post!
Megan x

Friday, 24 October 2014

Friday Catch Up #1

Mum and I found the Moomin shop in Covent Garden!
Chillling with the Sphinx by Cleopatra's needle

St Paul's Cathedral

Hello again! I thought I'd post a few photos of my last few weeks, as a little summary of what I've been up to! Obviously these photos aren't completely representative... The majority of the photos on my phone are either photos of worksheets or rocks, and I wish I was joking. I've honestly been so busy, I've been auditioning for shows left right and centre (so far no luck lul) and hopefully I might be hearing about a radio show soon! I keep meaning to actually make more posts about outfits and exciting things but I can never find time to take a photo of myself/never feel comfortable! Hopefully I'll have time soon!
Also I'm hopfully making this Friday post a regular thing, so hopefully I'll have another post like this for you next week! Thanks for reading!
Megan xx

Saturday, 11 October 2014

London Life Update

Okay so I've now been living in London for just over 3 weeks, and I'm just finished my second week of my university course!
This has perhaps been the most busiest month of my entire life, I've met so many new people (& forgotten so many names!) and learnt so much stuff about living on my own... and also the stuff from my university course obviously!! Although some of it is ridiculously hard, and when I mean some, I basically just mean chemistry, the bane of my life.
I've never really been a massive chef before, normally just the odd bake, so having to fend for myself in the kitchen has actually been surprisingly enjoyable. I have even ventured so far as making ratatouille, however by the time I made it I was too ill to eat it, and Luke had to finish it :( luckily my mum has been visiting me this weekend so I've had more substantial meals then my normal pasta and sauce late night cba to cook diet as of late! Although I have splurged on a recipe book so hopefully I will soon be a moderate cook!

This is a picture of me in my room on the very first day I moved in, I tried to make my room as colourful as possible! Currently it is a bit of a state though so hopefully I'll manage to keep it a bit tidier! More London updates soon hopefully x

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Benefit They're Real Push Up Liner - Review

So I recently took the plunge and went and bought this newest gel eyeliner from Benefit cosmetics on an impulse while in my latest boots. 
The packaging itself is quite lovely, and it matches with the other They're Real products that Benefit has released. The only problem with the packaging is that sometimes the gel liner can clog the applicator, but this is easily managed if you clean it after use if you have the time!
The actual product is lovely, you twist the bottom and the gel is pushed up into the flexible applicator. You then slide this along your eyelid, it moves fluidly, but sometimes not enough gel is released and several applications are required to truly get a dark line. This isn't really a problem for me, as I sometimes use this eyeliner as an outline before filling in with a pencil eyeliner for more colour. This isn't great, but I still find the applicator makes the whole process so much easier (honestly, I've NEVER been able to do eyeliner this well) that it's still worth the purchase.
The eyeliner itself also has brilliant staying power, it doesn't drift nor crease, which is perfect.
If you're looking for the perfect gel applicator, this isn't quite it, but it's about as close as you are going to get in the current market. I also firmly believe the positives of this product completely outweigh it's negatives. Boots are currently offering a trade-in, bring an old eyeliner and swap for a sample of They're Real! So get in and give it a try!
Honestly the neatest line I could ever draw ever.

also check out my university accommodation, I got the brightest duvet that I could possibly find.
Thanks for reading, 
Megan xx

Friday, 12 September 2014

My University Bucketlist

So, a couple of weeks ago I found out that I'd got a place into university! When I first heard, I was super excited, especially since I'm attending a university within London, but as the time to move is creeping nearer I've been thinking more about what I really need to do while I'm away. Obviously the first thing is that I need to start packing all my clothes and necessities, and then cart it all the way up to London from Cornwall! It's going to be a very busy week, I stop work on Saturday and from Sunday to Wednesday it's frantic packing and trying to say goodbye to as many people as possible before I'm off to Christmas.

However the packing and moving isn't really the biggest thing on my mind, I'm trying to focus on what comes next, and what I need to do to really make the most of my university experience.

  1. Try not to get too distracted from my actual studies, and actually do work! (hoping my extensive revision from A Levels can be replicated again)
  2. Meet lots of new people and try out lots of new things, pick up a new hobby etc.
  3. Explore London and not just get stuck in the trap of never straying on the trodden path.
  4. Be more confidant in myself, and what I'm doing!
  5. Basically just enjoy myself, because it'd be stupid not to!
  6. Don't blow all my money on non-essentials!!
I think that covers most of it... What do you think?
Thanks for reading, Megan xx

Thursday, 11 September 2014

Wishlist #1

From left to right clockwise:

Hello again! Too long since I've last posted, I was trying to keep to a weekly schedule but apparently I couldn't even keep that up for one week! Anyway, here's a small list of some of the select few items I've been lusting after lately. I'm not feeling all to autumn-y yet as the last few days have been so warm, I'm still out and about in skirts and shorts with no tights, hence why none of these are coats or other winter accessories... yet.

I'm trying to get a but more adventurous with my wardrobe, so when I've been out shopping lately I've been trying to push myself to get things that are a little bit out of my comfort zone. The Topshop dress and the River Island shirt are both a lot more vibrant than most things I would normally wear, while also both being quite trans-seasonal. You can't really see it from the picture, but the Topshop dress has cut outs that look super flattering.

The Asos body is included because it's unlike anything you normally see,  and I think it would be great layered up for the autumn. Lastly, and definitely not least, is the Motel sequin dress. Just look at it. It's seriously one of the nicest looking dresses I've ever seen. I love how the sequins make it flashy but the bodycon makes it also look quite classy too. As I'm going away to university quite soon, I thought this would make a lovely freshers week dress, as well as something that could be worn for any evening out.

What do you guys think?
Thanks for reading!
Megan x

Monday, 1 September 2014

Why I'm Sad Summer is Over

The End Of Festival Season
This year I've made it to 3 festivals thoughout the summer, one of which I volunteered at with Hotbox Events and had the most amazing time. I love festivals, and I firmly believe there is nothing that can compare to being in a field with thousands of others to watch live music. 

No More Shorts & Sandals

I love this shirt more than most, and these sandals are gorgeous and also extremely comfortable, so I'll be very sad to have to phase them out of everyday use </3
Also, not hyped for having to wear tights with shorts :( 

No Longer Acceptable to Drink This!
it's absolutely gorgeous, never really casually had a cider before I tried some of it. Who wouldn't love a mango cider, let us all be honest here!

The Weather!
I'm not going to lie, due to working and somehow finding myself to be ridiculously busy, I haven't made it to the beach as much as I would have originally of liked to this summer! Although I've been swimming in pools quite a bit at the start of the summer, I've always seemed to have been away from the sea when the weather is being kind. Maybe the weather will pick up in the next few weeks so I get one more chance to visit the beach!

Now I know this post may seem premature to most, but it is September now, so it's time to start embracing the autumn and all that it brings. Which is why I'll be posting about why I'm glad summer is over too!

Why are you sad that summer is drawing to a close?


Friday, 8 August 2014

July Favourites

Hello again, and welcome to my very vary belated July favourites!

Hawaiian Tropic Silk Hydration After Sun
You can find this literally anywhere, I bought this in my local supermarket after borrowing it from a friend at Latitude Festival, and loved everything about it. It smells absolutely gorgeous, the bottle says 'Coconut Papaya' and there is definitely coconut, but the best way I can describe it is just tropical. It applies really nice, definitely makes your skin feel better and it soothed my sunburn so well that I had to hunt it down. It really was my festival saviour, and it's quite reasonably priced too!

Soap & Glory Sexy Motherpucker Gloss Stick in Rapunzel
If anyone's bought one of Clinique's chubby sticks, then this is a very similar product. Basically a pencil for your lips, it could not be easier to apply, and the colour is a dark pink, almost a purple, so I wasn't entirely sure of it, but I'm really surprised by just how lovely it is. The only downside is that it kind of dries my lips out when first applied, but that is my only problem.

Benefit's They're Real push-up liner
Ah, the love it or hate it product that everyone seems to be talking about, and I have to say, I'm really loving it. Never before has my eyeliner looked as tidy since I've started using this, my flicks now actually look at like, instead of more like a mistake. It's super easy to apply, although sometimes it doesn't come out that thickly, and I go over it with a kohl pencil to darken the line over the lid. Anyway, definitely don't listen to the haters on this one and give it a try, I absolutely love it!

Barry M Matte Nail Polish in Vanilla
I love Barry M, I really do. There colours are gorgeous and cheap and I'm really digging this collection of matte nail polishes. The colour of this is lovely, neutral yet still with something different about it. It chips very easily, but when I wore it it was without a base coat so that might explain it! Definitely going to be buying more Barry M nail varnish, as I adore the few that I do have.

Music Fave of the month- Lana Del Ray's Ultraviolence
Game Fave of the month- The Ratchet & Clank series (I couldn't choose just the one!)

And that's it for now, thanks for reading!!
Megan xx

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Volunteering at Latitude Festival 2014

Hello again!
I know it's been a while since I last updated but I have a valid excuse, for the last week I've been away at Latitude Festival in Suffolk, volunteering with Hotbox Events as a steward! This essentially meant I got free entry to the festival (there's a £230 deposit that is returned in October) and in exchange I had to work 3 lots of 8 hour shifts throughout the festival. There are other shifts available, some lucky bums only had two shifts of 6 and a half hours, but I worked Friday 1am-9am, Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 5pm-1am.
All in all, it was a pretty good experience, you actually end up working a 9 hour shift as you have to be there an hour early, and sometimes if the people taking over from you are late you can be there even longer. This is especially prominent as the company I was with was horrendously unorganised for the first two days and we had no idea what we were meant to be doing. Personally, as a first time goer to Latitude, I probably wouldn't have gone this year if I had to have bought the ticket myself, but I would happily do so next year, as the atmosphere is perfect and the site is absolutely beautiful. Due to my work shifts though, I felt that I missed out on a lot, and didn't really ever get in to the atmosphere... But I guess that's what I should have expected.

Overall, I'm not sure if I would volunteer again, especially if the line-up was good, HOWEVER, I did have an absolutely fantastic time, and I met some absolutely fantastic people, and saw some brilliant live acts (such as Bombay Bicycle Club, pictured above). If you are looking for a cheap way to get to festivals and you aren't too bothered about missing bands and being exhausted for the whole festival, look no further, as with just the one deposit you can also attend Reading/Leeds festival with the same company, which is very nifty and budget friendly.

The lovely people I met and camped with!
A quick round up of acts/bands I managed to see:
Billy Bragg, Kelis, Crystal Fighters, Lily Allen, First Aid Kit, Bombay Bicycle Club, Milton Jones,  George Ezra, Temples etc.
If you have any questions, I'll try and answer, but that's all for now!
Megan xx

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Paignton Zoo Trip

Hello agan!
On Tuesday, Luke and I decided to do something with all our free time and we travelled the hour journey to Paignton Zoo in south Devon. The last time I remember going was in possibly 2008, and so I was pretty excited as I didn't know what to expect, although I knew that they did have a young giraffe born just last year!

Meerkats are some of my favourite animals so I couldn't resist snapping a photo of the little baby one!

This tortoise was just wandering around inside the little tropical area, we weren't even sure if he was allowed to be out of the enclosure!
We got really lucky with our day as we managed to see every animal that we went to, and it only rained for about 20 minutes the whole time we were there. The food was also absolutely gorgeous, and we had a breakfast smoothie, which contained frozen yoghurt and granola, which are some of the best edible things to exist. Although I'm not really a massive fan of zoos, Paignton seems to be setting the bar high with enrichment and enclosure sizes, and nearly all of its animals were endangered and in breeding programmes to help maintain the population, which is good. So overall a very, very lovely experience.

Anyway, this is what I wore  on the trip to the zoo, the shirt I recently bought of off Depop, the sandals, bag and the crop top are all from TopShop, the shorts are vintage Levi's, and the necklace I bought from Claire's accessories!

Obligatory photo of me posing badly with a peacock.

Anyway, thanks for reading, I hope you enjoy the photos!
Megan xx

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