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Thursday, 24 April 2014

White Kenzo sweatshirt (Outfit)  -  -  -  - Yet again a sleepy face. I was super tired and forgot my sunglasses. I wasn't sure if I wanted the world to see my horrible face, but I really like this sweatshirt so I just decided to post it. I know it's a replica, but i don't like it because it's "Kenzo" (I'd never heard of that brand until these sweatshirts came into fashion!), but just because I do. The lion design is adorable and the bright letters are super cool. At first I really wanted the green version (here on ebay), but it was wayyyy too pricey. So when Anita from the blog "El blog de Anitashared all about this store which were selling these for 9€ I decided to get it. I would have liked it to be a big roomier, but it's ok!

What do you think about wearing replicas? 
I'm ok with it as long people are honest about them.

Sweatshirt: Local store (9)
Skirt: Blanco but thrifted (1)
Levi´s Jacket: Vintage Kids (10)
Boots: Coltrane by Jeffrey Campbell (135)

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Spring essentials (wish list)  - Spring essencials by Persunmall 1 2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10

These are a few bits and pieces that caught my eye while browsing the web. I am on the quest to find a perfect dupe to the pale blue eye print Zara dress (this one!). Yesss, I know everyone owns it, but I like and that's what matters to me! :) 
I continue to be obsessed with big black chunky heel shoes. These black ones... love them! They are the exact same as these one which I own (and looove).
Also, how cool is that heart print dress? The colour is perfect for any season (I'd love to style it with some mustard colour tights in autumn!) and i really like that it has long sleeves. This print came in trend a few months ago after Harry Styles and Vicky Bekham were seen in a similar one (see here!)
And last but not least... pastel shoes. Pastels are always a spring staple. These super cute pink shoes with an adorable bow and a solid platform seem to be the best alternative. The are quite pricey, but seem very comfortable to walk in, perfect for a spring/summer day to night look.

What's your favourite spring trend?
Let us all know on the comments below! :)

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Sunday, 20 April 2014

Vegan recipe: Banana and chocolate chip cupcakes (DIY + iherb discount code!)  - Vegan recipe: Banana and chocolate chip cupcakes  - Vegan recipe: Banana and chocolate chip cupcakes  - Vegan recipe: Banana and chocolate chip cupcakes  - Vegan recipe: Banana and chocolate chip cupcakes
Happy Easter everyone!
Although these photos are from a while back, I thought Easter Sunday would be a great day to share with you my favourite VEGAN and healthy banana and chocolate chip cupcake recipeThis recipe has been adapted through the years from one a friend gave me (thanks Maria!). Since some of the products aren't too common I've included links to the products I use from Iherb.
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1. 3 bananas (mashed)
2. 1/2 brown sugar
3. 1 vegan egg substitute (cheap one here!)
4. 1/3 any vegetable oil (must try this with coconut oil, here!)
5. 1 cup flour (I used 1/2 plain and 1/2 whole weat)
6. 1/2 cocoa powder (I used this one)
7. 1/2 tsp salt
8. 1 tsp baking soda
9. 1 tsp baking powder
10. 1 cup vegan choco chips

1. Preheat oven at 180 degrees
2. In a small bowl mix ingredients 1 to 4
3. In a large bowl mix ingredients 5 to 9
4. Incorporate the wet mixture to the dry ingredients until just combined
5. Fold in ingredient 10
6. Spoon batter into cupcake liners and sprinkle with some choco chips and a nut that looks like a mini brain (optional)
7. Bake for about 20-25m until toothpick comes out clear.
8. Eat warm, dipping into a strawberry smoothie (this is not optional ;))

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