My Gok Wan Glasses from SpecSavers

Hi everyone! I was recently contacted by the lovely people at SpecSavers asking me if I would like to do a review and have a pair of their designer glasses-well as you all know I wear glasses every day so this was a really kind offer that I couldn't refuse!!

I was in need of an up to date sight test too and I must say it was very thorough, with full explanations given of how my eyes have changed and how healthy they were. Thankfully I have no major concerns, but I do need glasses not just for distance but for reading too-the options being two separate pairs of glasses or varifocals which you can train your eyes to do the job in one pair.
I decided I would rather have separate glasses and chose a pair for distance as these would be my day to day glasses and get a separate pair of reading glasses at a later date.

The glasses I chose were from their Gok Wan designer range and are tortoiseshell on the exterior and blue on the inside, with a hint of the blue on the side too:

The frames I chose are the GW56 which are a perfect choice for those who have a smaller face and they will also flatter curved, arched eyebrows too:

For me they are an ideal choice for Summer and are very lightweight too. The mix of colour ensures they are great for any season and also go well with any outfit choice too:
 Being a customer of SpecSavers for many years now means I have been very happy with the level of customer service received and the quality and price of their glasses means you can always stay on trend and within a budget too-they have some great deals not only online but instore too!!

Because I have a complex prescription, my lenses took longer to prepare as I required them with a super thin finish-generally the turnaround for choosing, paying and picking up your glasses can be as quick as the same day or the next day. My glasses were also sent from London to my local branch so the whole process for me was around 5 working days. Everything went without any hitches and I must say I am very happy with my choice!

So a big thank you to Specsavers for my new glasses, I have worn them straightaway from picking them up from the opticians and have had no problems with getting used to them-they are also very comfortable and easy to wear.

Regarding my outfit choice I am in 'casual mode' as I am waiting for the rain to stop so I can get on my bike for some gentle routine exercise- my loose thrifted Coca Cola tee and 7 For All Mankind cut offs are the order of the day for a relaxing, chilled day with some housework and cycling thrown in for good measure!!

I hope you are all having a great week and enjoying the school holidays too, wherever you are!



Uwielbiam maxi! Głównie te dzianinowe - spódnica z rozporkiem podbiła moje serce w 100%. Połączyłam ją z czarnymi, klasycznymi balerinkami, które są moim zdaniem nieodłącznym elementem w szafie każdej kobiety. Do tego czarny top z napisami, torebka oraz okulary, o których wspominałam Wam już jakiś czas temu. To moja druga para Ray Ban'ów i jestem z nich bardzo zadowolona. Jeśli chodzi o okulary to zapewne zauważyliście, że moją ulubioną parą są brązowe okulary z biedronki za 12 zł, jednak.... na lato, wakacje i mocne słońce warto zainwestować chociaż w jedną parę okularów z silniejszym filtrem. Model, który wybrałam to Ray Ban RB4165 Justin 601/8G. Tymczasem zapraszam Was do obejrzenia zdjęć.

skirt - presKA
shoes -
watch - d&g
bag - dune from
sunglasses - Ray Ban
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Silver diamond


Bluza nie zawsze musi oznaczać sportową stylizację. Tym razem mam dla Was luźny zestaw z nutką elegancji. Białe szorty i sandałki świetnie przełamują bluzę a torebka nadaje codziennego look'u. Po pastelach i pomarańczu czas na moje ulubione połączenie black and white - tym razem z domieszką srebra. Zapraszam Was do obejrzenia zdjęć i życzę Wam spokojnej i miłej niedzieli (jak wytrzymujecie ten upał?). Enjoy!

blouse - MILOV
shorts - zara
shoes - zara
bracelet - claire's
watch - d&g

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Thrift Inspiration........Doing it Net-A-Porter Style for Floral Trousers

Hi everyone! One item that has been on my summer wishlist for a while is a pair of printed cotton summer trousers. I've been a bit late to jump onto this trend, but with enough summer dresses in my wardrobe I really wanted to try and hunt down a pair of stylish comfortable pants that would see me through this season.

There are certainly lots of prints and styles available and on Net-A-Porter they have some really inspiring and colourful designs that are perfect for Summer. Here are my favourite picks- I so love the Erdem pair which are currently in the sale, but sadly out of my price budget!!

Chloe pants, £410

Erdem pants, £168

Michael Kors pants, £250

Rag & Bone, £189

So I was really pleased to find my perfect pair early this week- they are by Marks and Spencer and were bought from the Cancer Research charity shop for just £3.50. They have a nice slouchy feel to them and tapered to the ankle, which was the sort of style I was after. The colours of the pants are black and beige, perfect neutrals which will work with practically any colour tee or vest top too:

I'm wearing them with a pair of thrifted Topshop sandals from last years boot sale, I'm sure they were only a couple of pounds:


I know these are going to be a favourite to wear over the next few weeks and I'll certainly snap up any more similar pairs that I see- better late to the trend than never, haha!!

Are you wearing printed trousers this summer- if so, what brands do you recommend for quality, fit, design and print? Wishing you all a really good weekend too!!



Dzisiaj połączenie kombinezonu ze spódniczką. Sam kombinezon, który możecie zobaczyć tutaj jest mi trochę za krótki, dlatego postanowiłam wykorzystać go jako bluzkę. Ostatnio było casualowo, dzisiaj elegancko. Dziękuję Wam za wszystkie opinie dotyczące zdjęć - większość z Was była za nowym rozmiarem a więc voila! Miłego weekendu Wam życzę ♥

skirt -
shoes - zara
bag - romwe
watch - d&g

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