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| Welcoming Spring | 19/03/17 |

Evening all - Happy Sunday! I hope you're having a chilled out day, lounging on the sofa and mentally preparing for the new week's arrival. I would just like to say how crazy this year has been so far, and how I have absolutely no idea where the time has gone. I do apologise for not having posted in a few weeks, but understandably University life has caught up with me, and my workload has been far from light. But with assessments and deadlines coming up this week, I feel like a slight weight has been lifted off my shoulders, and that I can push on for one final week before I break up for Easter - HURRAH.

So I don't know about everywhere else in the UK, but Northampton has had some glorious weather this week, and has made me particularly excited for Spring. I have even made the mighty step of putting my thickest jumpers and coats into storage, and in their place I have popped a few Spring-like blouses and dresses, and swapped my heavy denim with some more lightweight pairs. Yep, I'm digging SS17!

So keeping things well themed, this post is undoubtedly centred around Spring, lets begin.


 So, I have owned these sunglasses and jeans for near enough a year now, and the halterneck body I tend to wear on a night out with jeans, but I tried to pair it with a casual outfit - turns out it works quite well. But the focal point of this outfit is my grey chunky knit cardigan from ASOS. I particularly love this cardigan because it doesn't have buttons, so its a little more loose fitting and not as kinda rigid as cardigans can be. I generally dislike cardigans as they remind me of either being at primary school, or grandparents, but I feel as though cardigans are essential for that transition between winter and spring, so I wanted to delve into the cardigan world. LMAO WHAAAT.

I also wanted to update you all on everything really, just a general catch up with my lovely readers. In terms of University, it's been pretty hectic, with assessments and group presentations completely taking up my life - although I've still managed to go out every week and to rack up the Sims 4 hours. I am obsessed. It's a real addiction. A disease. So, other than being stressed and getting poorer every minute, I am still loving the student life and am just incredibly excited for the weather to brighten up and to make plans for SUMMER. WOO!

I hope you've enjoyed reading this weeks blog post, and I shall be seeing ya'll super soon. Peace out.

 ' The sun makes me feel so incredibly happy. ' Angel, 19th March 2017

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