November Favourites.

Warehouse Oversized Biker Jacket
This has by far been my most worn item in my wardrobe this month. If you saw my recent post about my favourite coats this season, then you'll know I've been on the hunt for the perfect biker/aviator style jacket for a while now, and this is exactly what I wanted. The weather in the UK has dropped massively recently. I think it's safe to say that winter is definitely here, and that this snuggly coat will be getting a lot of loving over next few months.

Topshop Barley Suede Heeled Boots
I must confess to having a problem when it comes to ankle boots. I can't get enough of them. So when I saw these I couldn't help myself. I don't have any smart boots that aren't black, so justified the purchase by saying they're a wardrobe staple and I'll get loads of wear out of them. I actually have ended up getting loads of wear out of them, and as someone who lives in black during the winter, these are the perfect way to make my winter uniform more interesting.

Sam Smith - The Thrill Of It All
This month has been a bit of a music month for me. So many good albums have come out this month, including this one. I'm a big Sam Smith fan, and loved his first album, so the anticipation of this one got me very excited. I think it's safe to say I'm not disappointed. It's no surprise that this is a beautiful album, with beautiful lyrics (and the perfect stocking filler, if like me you're a complete granny and still buy CD's). I also got to meet him on the day of the album launch, and he was so lovely. By far the nicest celeb I've ever met.

Demi Lovato - Tell Me You Love Me
I said in last months favourites that this might make an appearance this months, when I talked about how much I loved Demi's documentary. The documentary made me fall in love with her album so I went straight out and bought it. There isn't a song on the album I don't love, however I seem to have 'Ruin The Friendship', 'Tell Me You Love Me', and 'Sexy Dirty Love' on repeat the whole time.

Taylor Swift - Reputation
I'd pretty much decided that this album would feature in this months faves from the second she announced it's release. That's how confident I was that it was going to be amazing. And it absolutely is. When 'Look What You Made Me Do' came out I really wasn't sure, and was nervous that it was an indication of what the rest of the album would sound like. It was actually very misleading, as the rest of the album is not like it at all. It really is an incredible album, and with songs like 'New Years Day', it's clear that the old Taylor is absolutely not dead! It's actually one of my fave tracks from the album, as well as 'Don't Blame Me', 'Getaway Car', and 'I Did Something Bad'.

Stranger Things 
Okay, so I know I'm a bit late to the party with this one, but the peer pressure from the internet got the better of me, and I couldn't help but see what the fuss over Stranger Things was all about, so I started watching season one just to give it a go. I'm not a sci-fi fan in the slightest, so I didn't expect to like it; however before I knew it two weeks had passed and I'd watched all of both seasons. It's pretty safe to say I am completely addicted, and I think season 2 is even better than the first series (and not just because of 'dad Steve'). I can't get enough of all the characters, and have to keep reminding myself that THEY AREN'T REAL PEOPLE MOLLY! However, if like me it's consuming your entire life then you'll love this video, although I'm sure you've already seen it.

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