Fish's Favorites: January 2016
My break is nearly over, and though I have been getting in my hours spent in sweatpants instead of taking outfit photos I have been loving other things besides clothes. So I collected some favorites for you that I've been dying to share.
Applying: I've been eyeing this Marc Jacobs polish in Petra for eternity it feels like. I've painted it over top of whatever I'm wearing every time I've been in Sephora the last few months and fell more in love each time. I finally caved last week and got it for myself, and I may just where it constantly for the next few months. It has some purple and grey tones in amongst the silver glitter and I swear sometimes I can spy some gold in there as well. Overall it's pretty magical.
Soapwalla's deodorant was my last ditch attempt in natural deodorant. To say the least I did not have high hopes, but all the hype surrounding this is absolutely true. This stuff is super long lasting and allows me to never have to deal with those stupid white marks again. The fact that you have to apply it with your hands is definitely a hassle, but it's something I got over pretty quickly.
I can't say I'm not familiar with Prada's Candy perfume. I've been lusting after this scent for ages, and with the passing of my Tommy Hilfiger Eau de Prep it was time for a change and there came along Prada. It's a delightful, rich, caramel, candy scent. Not my typical thing, but I find it so cool.
Watching: I've taken a dive into late nineties television. I found the link to CWSeed one day on Tumblr and actually checked it out in early December. Watching Whose Line is it Anyway? got me through finals. Now I'm on Season 3 and I am still genuinely laughing out loud with every episode. The site can be a bit slow at times, and you do have to deal with commercials, but I enjoy the show too much to care. I've also been slowly getting through Scrubs on Netflix. Hilarious friendships always make for good shows, and I'm loving JD & Turk.
Listening: A lot of the music I have been putting on for background noise has been Jazz lately. For a general nice and calm playlist I'd go with redbatrecords' November Rainfall (Jazz Edition.) Miramane's Ladies' Party features some amazing female artists. And for songs that I still don't think are real, but will give you a laugh listen to ballendai's you thrill me when you drill me and other classy tunes.
Have a wonderfully lazy day,