STYLE APPRECIATION | EMMA ROBERTS



Emma Roberts. She brought us the awkwardly fabulous Addie Singer in Unfabulous, the ultimate it girl Poppy in Wild Child and probably her best role to date, high maintenance Chanel from hit show Scream Queens. Her style is a mix of all the roles she plays; cute, edgy, fierce, stylish and comfortable, and that's why I love her.


MINI HAUL | TOPS, CROPS & BOOKS


I usually take a trip to Primark every three months to stock up on a few new pieces for the upcoming season. And I usually come out spending a small fortune and with several bags in tow. This trip wasn't as successful but much nicer to my bank account and I picked up a few pieces that work for any time of year.

PINK & CREAM RUFFLE SLEEVED TOP
I needed a few "smart" tops that would work for my office job as well as off duty. 
These fit into that category perfectly; they are pretty and smart enough for work and can also be dressed up or down for the weekend, and can also work for spring/summer/autumn. 
They are quite a clingy material around the waist (so I will have to be careful about my lumps and bumps!) but the ruffled sleeves give it that extra edge.



GREY & TEAL COTTON CROPPED SLOUCH TEE
I saw these and instantly had to have every colour, but I resisted and only got two out of four (but I may go back to get the others...). They are incredibly soft, thin and just perfect to through on to slouch around the house in or pair with jeans for the effortless casual look.



PINK PLEATED CROP TROUSERS
I can just see myself swishing about in these blush beauties all summer long and they are so comfy! Defo perfect with a cool statement tee or a cute cami. Yassss.



BLENDING BRUSH
After seeing these on every tutorial on Instagram, I had to get one but why spend £15+ when I could pick one up in Primark for £4?! It really is quite a fab tool, and I am a big fan of using my fingers so to be able to get on with a brush is definitely a plus for me. It glides the foundation on smoothly, and helps with all the little nooks and crannies effortlessly. They had loads of different sizes for contouring etc too.



BOOKS FROM FOYLES
I've been lusting over these two for so long and I finally decided to add them to my collection. We'll always have Paris is a memoir of a girl who discovers a copy of French Vogue at 15 and decides she has to become Parisian. She does a foreign exchange to Casablanca, moves to Paris, falls in love with a Parisian man and has has kids. An incredible true story of all things french and the snippets I have read are fantastically real.
The other is Women in this Town, which is a collection of photos taken from 6 cities of impeccible street style. Each town has it's own flavour and it's such a interesting read.