Today I thought to myself excitedly, 'let's make a wishlist!' because now that I actually have a job and I'm earning my own money, I can afford to buy some things I've been wanting for ages. If these holidays are going to be good for anything, that is going to be earning money. So let's get on to it!
The first thing I've got my eye on is one of these gorgeous looking crystal necklaces, I especially love the purple one. I've seen these around a lot and I think it's about time I got one! Lush is always on the forefront of my mind when it comes to what I want to spend my money on. I've got to say it's one of my favourite shops. If I could have everything from there, I gladly would. But two hair products I like the look of are firstly the H'Suan Wen Hua hair treatment. I've tried one of their treatments before (Marilyn) and it's just been divine. This one is cheaper and one of their best selling hair products. The second is something I never thought I'd try which is Trichomania - essentially it's a solid shampoo that will apparently nourish and soften. It sounds absolutely divine with coconut and other good ingredients in it. It looks like it would last a long time too because you use very little when it's in solid form.
Past Lush, I have been eyeing up a few items from good ol' asos, namely three from Monki which I adore as a brand (and am yet to own a single thing from) but these items are surprisingly cheap (and on sale). The first is a cozy looking oversized jumper which has my name written all over it. It's longer than a typical jumper and is in a creamy white colour. The second item is a cute little skater skirt with polka dots on. Enough said. Lastly we have a gorgeous little dainty gold arrow necklace which is right up my street. I need to wear more jewellery! Recently I've been loving some things from Misguided and the prices are pretty reasonable and it's free shipping to New Zealand. I like the look of this gingham print dress and feel like I need it in my life right now. Surprise surprise here's another dress for you - a typical Emma dress which is in a swing style with stripes all over, perfect for winter.