Of course, the only way for me to start this post is by wishing you all a very Happy New Year, a Happy New Decade in fact! If you’re brand new to my little area of the internet, thank you very much for coming for a nose and I hope you stick around to see my future posts this year. If you’ve been here a while, thank you for coming back! Continue reading “My Promises for 2020”
A few months ago, we visited Venice on a special trip for my 30th birthday. I only found out where we were going a couple of days before, but I’d been wanting to go to Venice for years so I already had a wish list as long as my arm, of places I was desperate to visit and things I wanted to see.
Burano was up there at the top and I was adamant that we had to take a boat ride over there at some point during our trip.
For this weeks new in, I’ve incorporated a couple of items from & Other Stories new sustainable collection, as well as the Summer sandal from Topshop and some staple jewellery pieces. Continue reading “This Weeks New In”
Fashion and style is a part of our everyday lives, whether you like to think it is or not. Each morning when you pick out what top to wear, or which shoes are most appropriate for the day you are making a conscious decision on how to style yourself for the day ahead. Every time you buy a new pair of jeans, whether that be from the high street, the supermarket, a charity/thrift store or a premium design house, you are buying into the fashion industry and the many different elements within it. Continue reading “Why it’s important to have the Confidence to Be Yourself with Fashion & Style”
You might remember back in October I wrote about Fast Fashion and its effects as one of the largest polluters to the planet, only second to the oil industry. I also wrote about my desire to make some changes to my own shopping and lifestyle habits to reduce my consumption and also my use of Fast Fashion products, so 3 months on it’s time for a little update… Continue reading “Where to shop for Sustainable Fashion on the High Street”
Here we are in the midst of Winter and I’m coming at you with Spring colour trends. Premature? Maybe slightly, however I think it’s best to get ahead of the curve with trends, especially seasonal trends as you can start to build up your wardrobe early, spread the cost and get your hands on the most lusted-after items before anyone else even knows that ‘it’s a thing’. Continue reading “2019 Spring Colour Trend: Sage Green”
First and foremost, Happy New Year gang! I can’t believe it’s 2019. I know we say that every, single new year, but I honestly feel like 2018 has just flown by and I also feel like I got a little left behind in the process. Continue reading “Back to Blogging”
It’s that time of year again guys and gals! Honestly, one of the most exciting things about the transition into Autumn for me, is the fashion. I absolutely LOVE having a little clear out of my Summer clothes and picking out some new trends to filter into my wardrobe throughout September and October. Continue reading “5 Autumn Winter Trends to Integrate Into Your Wardrobe Now”
The increasing impact of social media is something i’ve been wanting to talk about for a while now but I put it off not wanting to sound overly negative about social media platforms and the influence they can have on our lives.
There are some completely unique and amazing opportunities to be found from using social media, as well as endless positive advantages and influences on our lives but at the same time, there has been A LOT of noise about the negative impacts some of these platforms can have – even the accusation that there is now a mental health disorder, derived specifically from an obsession of using social media.
Continue reading “My Thoughts on The Ever Increasing Influence of Social Media”
Around 4 weeks ago I took a trip to Madrid, the vibrant capital of Spain. I absolutely love Spain and i’ve been to many of the Spanish islands as well as visiting mainland Spain over the years so I was excited to finally visit the capital city. Continue reading “What I Wore: Madrid”