Saturday, 20 July 2019

NEW Chance By Chanel Eau Tendre Review


Each day offers a new chance for the taking and you can totally wear these perfumes as sort of charms for the day. There are now a total of four eau de parfums in the whole Chance range but I think this one is my absolute favourite.

This season CHANEL is coming out with a new interpretation of the CHANCE EAU TENDRE fragrance as an Eau de Parfum and what's good is that it's pink!



“Chance is a way of being,” said Gabrielle Chanel, who believed in her lucky star as much as she cultivated it.

Category: floral fruity

Top notes: Grapefruit, Quince

Heart notes: Jasmin, Rose

Base notes: White Musk

Eau de toilette 50ml //£67 - link

The original Chance was released in 2002 and since then it has been a much loved and popular fragrance. Their are four variations but this particular scent really grew on me. Let me explain to you why.

I would describe this particular scent as playful, feminine, fun and joyful. It is such a happy perfume if that makes any sense ^^ after spraying this I was amazed at the longevity of the scent, I would sometimes catch myself smelling my wrists to see that the scent still exists and even on my clothes. 

What's great about samples is that you can really see if you like the scent by putting it on at the start of the day or throughout. Some perfumes really start off strong and overpowering but do not have long lasting ability and say if you're in a department store, you end up spraying so many perfumes and become so confused since you can probably smell like 5 different ones at once. I have kept this sample in my handbag ever since I received it and I know I will for sure purchase a bigger bottle.

Have you smelt the latest Chance?

Monday, 15 July 2019

Miss Kitsch Jewellery* Review


LOVE cute and Korean inspired jewellery?! Miss Kitsch is the place to visit for all things adorable! I was recently sent two pairs of very unique earrings (which are so me!) and I just had to talk about them!

Miss Kitsch (etsy shop) is run by Penny. She has been working with jewellery for a year but has been a hobby for much longer. She wanted to create such unique pieces and ever since she started selling on etsy, the business has been growing better than ever. From fun peach earrings to elegant princess crown rings... she has it all!




I was sent two lovely accessories so let's take a closer look at each of the stunning pieces!

Korean Pearl Wreath and Pretty Bow Earrings* // £8.50
Fluffy Gold Hoop Drop Earrings* //£9.00

So when my jewellery arrived, it came in a small sturdy cardboard box that had pink tissue paper and a thank you note which gave it a nice touch. Each accessory was packed inside a small mini pink drawstring pouch. 
The pretty accessories feel really sturdy and well made and what's great is that Penny can make it in any colour, for example you can choose which colour you would like the fluffy drop earrings to be in, you can totally choose how you want the jewellery to look and if you are a huge fan of pastel colours and fun themed accessories then boy! Do you need to check out the etsy shop asap!
All of the accessories are priced really well too! These would make a lovely gift too (or you can totally keep it for yourself)
I'm so happy with my fun pieces that are so insta worthy and can be worn daily!



What do you think about these accessories? 


A huge thank you to Penny for my jewellery and for working with me on this very cute collab!*


Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Harrison's Bakery Ice Cream Sugar Cookies Review



This truly was a party in a box! There's iced biscuits and then there's iced biscuits from Harrison's bakery... these guys seriously know how to make their biscuits, brownies, chocolate slabs, fudge and chocolate lollies so instagrammable and oh so eye catching!

I was sent two of their handmade iced treats to try and let's just say it didn't last very long! I made sure to have a cup of tea at hand so that I could really relax and enjoy these.




Harrison's bakery make an array of different biscuits that are tailor made just for you. So many designs to choose from and themes too! You can even get the biscuit to be personalized so that the receiving end feels that extra bit special.
Harrison's bakery ensures the freshest of ingredients are used, the biscuits are baked very often so the quality and taste is kept at it's best.

Sugar craft at it's finest.
The biscuits came packaged in a small box that was lined with bubble wrap so whilst the product is being delivered there won't be any disappointing breakages. The biscuit came wrapped and sealed so that the freshness is kept inside until it is devoured eaten. To finish off the lovely package, there was some lovely confetti inside the box too!

The biscuits are so beautifully made and decorated, hats off to this family-run business.
Taste wise it is very scrummy! you can really taste the vanilla and golden syrup and you can most certainly detect the fresh ingredients too. When you take that first bite, it truly is sensational! The biscuit base is soft and moist whilst the royal icing is hard and has a crunch to it. Together the textures go really well together and well, I could happily finish a whole box because it really is that good!! It is not too sweet so this can be enjoyed in copious amounts.

These are priced really well because other iced biscuit companies charge a huge amount and even though it's not expensive it's so worth it because they're more like small masterpieces and you are paying for the quality,love and effort that has gone into the biscuits, these biscuits will also make great party favours or as a small gift for your loved ones.

A fantastic company, quick delivery, fresh ingredients & biscuits that are made to the highest of qualities.

Check out Harrison's bakery here >> Link


Have you tried anything from Harrison's bakery before? 

This post contains samples, all view are my own and a huge thank you to Harrison's bakery for working on this collaboration!


Tuesday, 2 July 2019

#myabelini Abelini Jewellery* Review


Today I have a very exciting collaboration that I am going to share with you! I was approached by Abelini Jewellery to work on their new campaign called #myabelini. The campaign is based on finding your perfect Abelini piece whether it's in gold, silver or platinum, there are so many styles to suit everyone! The only problem would be to pick just one piece...



This collaboration made me browse the exquisite range of accessories to choose my piece and I was amazed at the huge range of pendants, rings, bracelets and earrings. From minimal everyday wear to show stopping designs, it's all there in one place! I opted for a simple everyday ring, I prefer dainty pieces so this was perfect for me! The #MyAbelini campaign wants people to choose their unique piece to suit their individual style.

Abelini Jewellery is based in Central London and you can only view the showroom by appointment only so it's just you and the staff helping you pick the perfect accessory. You can really enjoy jewellery shopping and if you want a bespoke piece created for you then that can also be done because Abelini pride themselves in making it a reality for you. 





Jewellery like this should be enjoyed and worn everyday. I believe in investing in great pieces that last long and can go with anything. This ring is just so me! This simple but super sparkly ring looks amazing in the sunlight, I really tried to capture the beauty of the ring but nothing beats seeing the piece up close in real life.

The ring came in a very sturdy yet elegant Abelini box, so you can easily keep your jewellery safe when it isn't being worn. I just love that it isn't just a single diamond ring but the small diamonds around the band makes this so much more adorable and unique. You could layer this with another ring or wear it on it's own.

I am so happy to have this in my collection and a huge thank you to Abelini for working with me on this very special collaboration! I have found my #myabelini piece and now it's time to find yours...

This post contains a gifted item, all views are my own. Thank you Abelini!*