Hello & welcome to a very photograph-heavy post of ootd’s from my trip to Rhodes in Greece this October. The weather was lovely – around 25-30 degrees, which was perfect for me and my pasty British complexion but I had brought a mixture of clothes with me really. Does anybody else just end up wearing the same thing over and over when they’re on holiday, as I think I lived in cullottes? Most of the items were purchased in the summer time, although the shops still have the same or very similar items in still so I have tried to list everything. Just some ideas incase you were visiting Greece at this time of year. Enjoy 🙂
Black Cullottes – New Look £12.99
Burgundy Bardot Top – New Look £15.99
Shades – New Look £7.99
‘Camera’ style bag – New Look £8 (sale)
Trainers – Topshop £12 (sale)
Black long sleeve stretchy top – Zara £9.99
Back pack – New Look £24.99
Denim midi skirt with belt – Primark £12
Sandals – Asos £11 (sale)
Layered gold necklce – H&M £9.99
Aztec print kimino – Primark (this one is from a while ago – not sure of how much)
Nude bodysuit – Asos £9.99
Nude pink cullottes – New Look £12.99
Gladiator sandals – 30 euro purchased in Greece as I had a blister!
P.S. All photos were taken on my Huawei phone camera 🙂
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Hola! Once again I am writing this on a Sunday morning (hangover free, might I add) and today’s post is inspired by my go-to recipes that I have basically been living off of recently, along with a few other things. Before we start, I should just say that I am not actually a vegetarian, although I do cut out meat where possible because when I do eat meat, it tends to be very unhealthy choices such as burgers and pepperoni pizza- aside from this, I do actually prefer Quorn a lot of the time. So here are two meals that I make out of convenience as cooking is not something I massively enjoy, but they are also super tasty whilst remaining fairly healthy too!
#1 Spicy Quorn Stir Fry
- Selection of veggies; spring onion, beansprouts, sweetcorn, frozen peas, mushrooms, peppers
- Choice of meat-alternative; soya meatballs or quorn chicken pieces
- Seasoning; chili flakes, garlic, light soy sauce or sweet chili
- Rice or thin ribbon noodles
I usually cook with a fry light spray oil or coconut oil, grill or boil the quorn/soya and just throw it all into the mini wok!
#2 Indian-Inspired Fritters
- Vegetable selection; spring onion, sweetcorn, frozen peas, peppers
- Seasoning; chili and curry powder, salt and black pepper
- Peeled potatoes
- 1 egg
- Small amount of butter for the potato and whole meal flour
- Cheese of your choice (I used a little bit of red leicester)
Again, I just use oil and fry until quite crispy but I’m sure they would be fine baked, too. These fritters are convenient in the fact that you can just make a batch up and store in the fridge and also go with basically anything, especially poached eggs or a salad.
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