I have been so busy with exams that I literally didn’t buy any clothes for at least 3 months. Recently I popped into town on a few trips and bought a bunch of new clothes since I am going on holiday soon which I am excited to show you all. The first place I went to was New Look which I actually had a gift card from Christmas for (told you I hadn’t shopped in a while). I bought a pair of blue denim shorts from the teen section because I am a size 6 in women’s but a size 15 in the teens fit me exactly the same as the size 6 shorts. I also liked the way the rips were and how the shorts weren’t too tight and restricting.
Now that exams are over and the summer holidays are approaching, you may find that you have plenty of time on your hands but not many things to do. Although the idea of sleeping all day... every day seems appealing, it can quickly get boring. So today I thought I would give you some things to do when you are bored. Organise a day out Leaving the house is the first step to socialising and not sit in front of the t.v all summer. Meet up with some friends, or family and do something whether it involves watching a film or going to the park. The activity doesn't even have to take the whole day, as being occupied for a few hours can quickly make the rest of your day more interesting.
We're in June so I can safely say that it's summer. It's my favourite season partly because there's so much more variety with what you can wear. If you live in a country that's not sunny all the time, having a whole wardrobe for summer can leave you sat with a pile of clothes that you cannot wear. Therefore I'm going to be running through some summer staples that you can switch around to wear over summer to make the most of your clothes.