Have you seen the Peter Pilotto for Target lookbook? There are a lot of funky pieces and unique patterns. Below are my favs (see complete loookbook here). The release date is 9 February and the prices range from $14.99 to $79.99. Who else will be checking out their local Target on 9 February?
Coat: Forever 21 // Scarf: Marc Jacobs for Target (Giant Tiger) // Dress: H&M
I shared this scarf on my Instagram a little while back. This Marc Jacobs for Target scarf was at Giant Tiger. My jaw seriously dropped when I saw it and I was looking around for people to tell. I was just so excited lol!!!! They also had some Marc Jacobs for Target clutches. Definitely check it out if you have a Giant Tiger close to you. It was one of my best finds!
I have been using the same skincare regiment for a little while now with Philosophy products. I thought I would share a review of these products with you. I have strange skin lol! It is oily and dry at the same time, I have large pores and I break out quite easily. It has been a constant challenge since I was a teenager to keep my breakouts under control and my skin looking decent. These three philosophy products have done me well but I am still on the search for that miracle product….if it even exists!!
Purity Made Simple ($26 CAD at Sephora):
I use this product morning and night. I really like the feel and it has a nice light pleasant smell. My face definitely feels clean after using it. The product does not seem harsh on my skin so I would say it is suitable for sensitive skin. I really do like this face wash but I haven't noticed much of a difference in the size of my pores. It did however keep breakouts to a minimum. A little bit goes a long way so it is worth the money.
Microdelivery Exfoliating Wash ($27 CAD at Sephora):
I only use this product at night. Because I have sensitive skin I found it to be too harsh to use twice a day (but some may be able to). It doesn't have much of a smell at all. My face feels clean and smooth after using this product. It is a little bit gritty (but in a good way). Again I didn't notice much of a difference in the size of my pores and there was no change in the oiliness of my skin. A little bit goes a long way so it is worth the money.
Hope in a Jar($52 CAD a Sephora):
I usually just used this in the morning but sometimes at night too. It has a very light smell. It is a non-greasy formula and dries really fast. This is a good thing for me because of my oily skin. Although I like this product and it does provide moisture I find it to be a little expensive.
Overall I really like these Philosophy products because they are great for sensitive skin and they don't seem harsh. I think they would work really well on a lot of skin types. If you have complicated skin (like me!), I would still give these products a try. I am happy with them but just not blown away. I will be forever searching for that perfect skincare regiment! If you have any recommendations let me know!
I was hoping for a snow day today but unfortunately it is not lol. The roads are still really bad though. This is an outfit I wore over the Christmas break. The sweatshirt is from Forever 21 and is quite festive with the embellishment. Similar styles are still available online and in stores.
Here is a closer look of what I wore on New Year's Eve. It was pretty casual but I added a bit of sparkle with the sweater and rhinestone collar.
I went to the store last night to look at a better camera. I recently bought a decent digital camera but there are some mirrorless cameras on sale this week so I might do an exchange. I am hoping I will be able to take better outfit pics.
Isn't this weather crazy!!!! It is super cold and snowing like crazy in Canada. I'm so tried of winter already lol!
Happy New Year to all my readers! I hope you had a nice celebration and best wishes for the new year. I have a long list of resolutions this year hah lol. More so little changes that I want to make in my life. One is being a better blogger and blogging more regularly!!!