Spring Trend: Mules


The mule is a popular shoe this season, and with good reason.  A simple heel that elevates any outfit they’re a hit for this spring and summer. You can dress them up or down, and transition from day to night, they’re essential for any girl’s wardrobe. Commonly with a comfortable block heel, they’re a cute alternative to a flat or heel. And it doesn’t look like they’re going away anytime soon!

 Scroll down to find my favourite mules for the season.

Diana Ferrari Asher Black
Betts The It Shoe
Wittner Carlo Mule
Sol Sana Deon Mule


Senso Ray
Wittner Alix Slide
Betts Recking
Sportsgirl Ava Mule Heel
Sol Sana Blair Mule


Betts Tell
Asos Truffle Mid Heel Mule
Wittner Jerrie Mule

Which Mules do you love? Let me know and thanks for stopping by! xx


5 Facial Masks for Under $15



Spring is finally here! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the weather is better than ever. This winter was especially cold and wet, and hibernating sounded pretty good. But the lack of sun may have played havoc on your skin. I know mine’s looking a bit dull, like it needs a good pampering to look alive again.

Because of this, I’ve decided to put together a list of my go-to facial masks and peels for you to check out, and even better, they’re all less than $15!


  1. Formula 10.0.6 Keep Your Cool Breakout Calming Mask $9.50

It reminds me of minty candy canes at Christmas. The creamy gel cools down angry blemishes; and also makes my skin feel soft and supple. It’s really interesting because it’s not necessary to wash it off, so it’s great for overnight.

  1. Formula 10.0.6 Get Your Glow On Brightening Peel Off Mask $8.99

This creamy peel off mask smells delicious! While it dries it feels like it’s tightening your skin, getting out any impurities. And because it dries clear, you can pretend you’re a wax doll at Madame Tussauds. Although, it may take a few times for your skin to appear visibly brighter and more lively, its worth it for under $10.


  1. Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Clay Masque $11.69

Sukin’s mask is made of all things green. Avocado, kale, spirulina, and even parsley are used for their antioxidants and vitamins. I can not make this up, like seriously, avocado?!? Maybe because Sukin is dedicated to using natural products, it feels more soothing and calming than some of the others I’ve tried. I’ll give this one a go and use it at least twice a week I think.


  1. Formula 10.0.6 Ultra-Cleansing Mud Mask $8.99

This mud mask just reminds me of spring! With scents like bergamot and orange, it freshens my skin instantly to leave it feeling clean and alive after hiding all winter.

  1. Swisse Manuka Honey Detoxifying Facial Mask $12.39

Oh man, this is good! It’s fast drying clay makes it less time consuming and makes my face feel really fresh and clean. It has a subtle smell of honey, and we can’t forget to mention the cute packaging.



What’s your favourite mask for spring? Let me know what you think in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

*At the moment Priceline have 20% off Formula.10.0.6 products (2/10/16)

Uni Student Shopping Discounts

Being a uni student has its pros and cons. The cons seem to far outweigh the pros- buying expensive books, spending every waking moment studying, no sleep and not to mention a lack of social life. BUT there is a silver lining to being a uni student I swear!

Being a uni student you can access a plethora of discounts online and in person. From food, fashion, technology and transport you can find a discount for nearly everything.

During first year I came across the holy grail of discounts. Unidays is a website that gives you access to a hoard of discounts, a majority of them belong to fashion brands and websites, but there’s also tech and menswear too.

Here’s just a few of my favourites that you can use as many times as you want:



  • up to 40% HP
  • 10% Apple (on certain products)




There’s always more discounts being introduced. All you need to join up is to have a Uni ID and hey presto! You’re on your way to saving big bucks.

Let me know in comments below if you have any tips or tricks for a great discount!

Welcome to the Discount Diaries

Hello, and welcome to my blog!

Just a little bit about myself and what I want to do here:

I live in Adelaide, and I’m a uni student.

There are two things I enjoy: shopping and a great discount.

As a student, I am constantly looking for deals and discounts wherever I can. Fashion, food, drinks, beauty, travel, you name it, I’ll try and get a discount or make buying it worth my while through loyalty cards and point systems.

So here at The Discount Diaries, I’ll be sharing my experiences in nabbing a discount on all things I can get my hands on. I hope you enjoy reading my future posts as much as I enjoy writing them!