Wind, Sea And Tea

October 8, 2013 § 6 Comments

A few months back I went away on a family vacation to unwind and re-fuel after completing my degree. It was much needed, and of course, like on every family vacation great memories are made and cherished. This particular day I shall never forget. My brother and I went to see the sea and boats that were perfectly aligned beside the rocks, houses and cliffs. I’m someone who loves the sea, and adrenaline rushes even more. Naturally, I found my self sitting on the edge of a cliff with the smell of sea and morning wind blow through my hair  –  I was in paradise.

I will be doing another small post with some images of another OOTD that I wore on my trip, tomorrow. Keep an eye out, and feel free to comment and share your opinions/views!


What I’m Wearing
Floral Dress: NEXT £35 // Tights: NEXT £8 // Cut Out Boots: River Island £70 // Bracelets: Barcelona

The Beauty Products I Used
When I’m on holiday I tend not to wear any makeup whatsoever, unless I’m off out in the evening. Seeing as this was early in the morning, I wore no makeup at all. Instead I opted for the Seaweed Mattifying Lotion: Bodyshop  £11 – I love this product for my times away on holiday as it’s lightweight, hydrating and all importantly it combats shine on the face whilst still holding SPF 15 within the product. I will however state, if you are an acne sufferer this can lead to even more breakouts, so use sparingly.

Don’t forget, part two shall be uploaded tomorrow, so check back!
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