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Friday 5 May 2017

Leeds collective haul// Lush, Village, Urban Outfitters and more

Leeds collective haul: Lush, Village, Urban outfittersSo it's just been my birthday last month and I was away from Leeds for a while, so when I got back up, safe to say I went a little mad. I had such a "Leeds hipster" day- I went to urban outfitters, Lush aaand an independent bookshop too. (Someone pass me my bucket hat and vintage puffer jacket) anyway. I thought I'd do a lil post about all the things I picked up over the last week or so :)


Village is a really cute independent bookshop/magazine seller in Leeds, and the other day was the first time I went in so I just bought ID magazine. I think I'll definitely go back there :) and they do coffee to go too! It's such a teeny cute shop though, I'd definitely recommend poking your head in there if you're in Leeds.

Leeds collective haul

ID magazine

Urban outfitters//

There was a 20% off for students at UO recently, so I took the chance to buy some double bedding for my house next year. This one has cacti on it, and I'm 100% in love. I think the navy will be a nice way to add colour to my room next year without it being too in your face.
Urban outfitters cactus duvet cover


Lush haul

Beautiful shower gel// 

This is the third £10 bottle of this stuff I've bought, so it's definitely a firm favourite. Although it is pricy, I've used the one I bought just before Uni almost every day for about 6 months, and it really brightens up my morning, so I think it is well worth a little splurge. Apparently they are discontinuing this though, so I'm glad I've got a little stock.

Karma soap//

This is another soap I've had before- I had it in Japan so the smell has good memories for me. It also didn't irritate my (increasingly sensitive) hands, unlike pump antibacterial soap. I think soap is a good splurge from Lush, as you get the gorgeous smell, it's something you can use every day and it lasts for a while.

Plum rain// 

When I heard that Lush had an umeboshi and plum scented shower gel, I knew I'd have to try it! It smells fresh because of the citrus in it, and actually really reminds me of the ジュレピューレ pure gummies in Japan. It really really smells like them.

Charity pot// 

This was the only thing I was going to buy, believe it or not. I wanted to get a small pick me up, so I thought I'd try some of Lush's hand/ body cream and this one was one of the most affordable (Lush skincare is sooooo expensive). But, then I saw all the other things and got sucked in. Whoops. Anyway, this cream smells gorgeous, is pretty moisturising, and all the profits go to charity too :)


Cheese plants (or monstera deliciosa) are super fashionable at the moment and I've had a slight obsession with getting one. Luckily, super cute and hipster LS6 café has resident plants! From a small greenhouse called the undergrowth, and you might have seen on instagram that I picked one up the other week, And this cute baby was only £10! I love it. I love it. I love it. I'm calling him Alan I think.

Toni & guy damage repair mask

Toni & guy damage repair mask

Toni & Guy Damage repair mask//

This hair mask was a real hit with me- it was surprisingly affordable (£4.32 on offer and I got my student discount in too) and it's made my hair so smooth! I'd definitely pick this up again, and if your hair is damaged to heck like mine is, maybe it's worth looking into :)


(I actually bought this in Bluewater, but I'm gonna blog about it now anyway....)This velvet tunic was the last one in the whole shop, and it happened to be my size! Lucky~ It's a little bit "cute" for me, but it's fun to style. 
Topshop pink velvet tunic

Thanks for reading! I've also bought a couple of things online lately, so stay tuned for my ASOS/ online haul too~
-Amy xoxo

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