Sunday, 16 February 2014

This week's favourites!

My presence on the internet has increased to normal levels again this week so I actually have enough things for a favourites post!

1. Lauren Aquilina - Lovers or Liars


I love Lauren so much - she's released two EPs off her own back, has another available for pre-order and is only a year older than me! This is her new video for one of the songs off her new EP (already ordered...it was only £1.99!) and I love it, I can't wait to see what the other new songs are going to be like!

Most of you guys will know that I have an unhealthy obsession with Kate Spade by now. They can be quite hit and miss, but when I find something I love, it's perfect. This season is really pretty and it inspired by Brighton and Paris! 
My favourite pieces:
Je ne sais quoi shirt

Ooh la la Francis

Dorothy coat (it also comes in white!)





Some of these are American so they don't apply, but the ones that do are so funny and accurate!

4. Howl's Moving Castle

I found a post on Tumblr with links to lots of Studio Ghibli films and I watched Howl's Moving Castle over this week - WOW. This might possibly be one of my favourite films. It's adorable, funny and it's just great. I've watched it with English subtitles and being dubbed over by English/Americans (Josh Hutcherson and Christian Bale...definitely worth a watch/listen!) and I loved both - be warned though, you get to hear important background info that doesn't come up on the screen in the subbed version but the subbed is obviously more authentic - you just have to watch and read at the same time!
Subbed/Dubbed

I'm happy with the variation in this post, hope you guys enjoyed it too!
You can suggest things for me to check out in the comments below!
Jess xx

6 comments:

  1. Howls Moving Castle is one of my favourite Studio Ghibli movies :D I usually watch with subtitles, I find the English voices sound out of place and I think subbed is usually a more authentic translation although they have to cut some stuff out to fit. I dunno, it depends on the film!

    xx

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    1. Me too! It's such a sweet film! I do too, it's just a shame that some of it has to be missed out! xx

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  2. Argh, Howl's Moving Castle. Such a great film!! I think I'll have to dig that one out soon and watch it, haven't seen it in ages and you've reminded me of it :D I love number 3 too :)

    Cathy x
    http://whiskshooksandbooks.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. It's great, good decision! ;) It made me giggle quite a bit! :) x

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