It's been too long since I've done a round-up of my favourites. Here are my favourites part I. The next favourites will be a little less traditional so stay tuned!
+ First one, hands down, is Taylor Swift's new album, 1989. I couldn't even describe how amazing this album is. She always seems to up her A-game. Remarkable.
The three songs I've been listening to non-stop is Blank Space, obviously, I Know Places which is a little different, and Wonderland from the deluxe album. Her tour announcement is also one of my favourites. I can't wait!
+ Let's talk beauty. I've talked about this before but I have been wearing this 'look' to another level ever since uni started. It's just bronzer all over the lid and crease of your eye. It gives such a cool and smoky effect, and is quick and easy. I'm in love! I'm on the hunt for a new bronzer, any requests? Comment below!
+ Blanket scarves have been my everything. Now that the weather is not cold enough for a coat but too cold for just a light jacket, blanket scarves have been a huge help. Just drape it over your shoulders, or around your neck and you're good to go! They are so versatile which it's great and because most are a little pricey, so you'll get your moneys worth out of them. The one in my photo is literally like a blanket and specifically the one I've been wearing the most from RW&Co. What's great about it is on the other side, it's a black and white checkered print too.
+ H&M during this Fall/Winter season is amazing. I love everything they have to offer especially their thick and affordable sweaters! On Nov. 6, they also released their collaboration with Alexander Wang. Even though I couldn't get a hold of any of the items, from what I saw online, the line looked simple and clean cut. I am also totally digging the monochrome theme.
+ Lastly, those statement earrings from RW&Co. I don't know what it is about them but they instantly make any outfit look chic. I also wore them to the Buffer Festival gala in Toronto so they remind me of that amazing night. Love.
Get ready for Part II and tell me what have been your favourites!