24/03/2014

the mint green coat

Chloe Witty Topshop Mint Coat Astrix Boots Mom Jeans Monki Quilted Jumper Zara Office City Bag
Chloe Witty Topshop Mint Coat Astrix Boots Mom Jeans Monki Quilted Jumper Zara Office City Bag
Chloe Witty Topshop Mint Coat Astrix Boots Mom Jeans Monki Quilted Jumper Zara Office City Bag
Chloe Witty Topshop Mint Coat Astrix Boots Mom Jeans Monki Quilted Jumper Zara Office City Bag
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COAT: TOPSHOP
JUMPER: MONKI
JEANS: TOPSHOP
SHOES: TOPSHOP
BAG: ZARA

So on a weekend trip, me and Dan decided to walk into town. His house has the nicest walk you can imagine into the centre. You walk all the way down the side of the river, then you end up on the quayside. Pretty good, takes about 40 minutes to do and has daffodils everywhere! I really want some.

We also went to a cafe on the Saturday called Olive and Bean and got afternoon tea. Seriously, this is a huge portion. We got the slightly fancier version (forget what it's called), so you get all the plus tea or coffee. Safe to say we rolled home after that. The scones were incredible! Lashing of cream

Dissertation progress: Currently on completed second draft. Due in for a week on Friday OH DEAR LORD

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ps, I uploaded a haul recently, go check it out! please...

13/02/2014

a weekend trip

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Chloe Witty Tea Sutra Fashion Lifestyle Blogger
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Most weekends, I work. Not very exciting. But every now and again I get a day off and, now that he has a normal job, me and Dan like to spend a day out. The weekend in question was a little bit extravagant. We went to a little place in Newcastle city centre called Tea Sutra. If you love tea, you must go. It has every tea you could ever imagine. Dan got a gorgeous green and I had the chai of the day, which was a little sickly. But I've had others which are so good. We then went to The Laing in the hope we could pull back some dreams of Paris, one can only dream of going back there, which failed a little bit. The Laing lacks something that Paris museums have, but it's still nice to go back to being a tourist in the city you live in. Lastly, we went to a place we've never been before, ZaZa Bazaar. Basically the most incredible buffet you have ever seen. You want it? They got it. It's all a bit mental and like your senses have been assaulted. But quite fun. I practically rolled home, and slept like a baby.

It was a really fun weekend. Also I hope you enjoy the little redesign that happened. I think I might take my camera out more because I really like doing these posts. Plus I don't have chance to do OOTD's much right now. If you'd like to see some Paris photos, let me know. I haven't put any of those up yet
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28/01/2014

on being sad

its 11.12. i have just seen wolf of wall street, been out for a meal with my wonderful boyfriend and am getting ready for bed.

yet recently i have been feeling constantly sad.

its exhausting, isn't it? if you have ever felt like, you know it feels your body is drained at all time and everything seems slightly grey(er) than usual. for me, this happens when i begin to stress and of course the 3rd year blues aren't helping. when on earth did i get into my 3rd year? where the hell has the 3 years gone.

when i am feeling most down, that is when i am most tempted to blog. it has been a long time since i penned my last post. really, its because sitting down and writing at a computer after spending hours of writing essays seemed incredibly unappealing to me. taking a step back from the blogging world seem like a good thing.but its linked to the internet, and isn't that just the best and the worst invention ever? a constant stream of information and seeing the rosy tint to everyone's lives. not so brilliant. i read my wonderful friend libbys post and its compelled me to put my feelings into words.

i am not a terribly emotional person. i am not one to cry at any given point, merely shrug off the idea of crying in front of someone. but that is the way i work and mostly i am glad of it. however sitting by yourself makes you question, who truly cares?

recently, i have noticed people bothering with me less. i am a pain, and i will grant everybody that. my organizational skills lack so much that sometimes i am impossible to make arrangements with. jeez i honestly would forget my own name if it wasn't so drilled into me. i know this is a fact of getting older, people drift and all that. from who i grew up with, i have one friend left. one beautiful wonderful friend (don't get me wrong) but one. from uni, i now feel people feel obliged to invite me along, because i'm there and have been for a while, so feel guilty if they don't extend the invitation to me. and at work, i have many acquaintances but still very few people i can really call my friends. it is a sudden shock to realise that you can count your closest friends on one hand.

but tomorrow is a new day. its 11.26. and this is the most i've thought about what i've wrote since trying to understand what fuck prosopagnosia is.

chloe x