Laura Raddings! Congratulations Laura! The lovely and talented stylist Emma Attack has chosen you as her winner, which means you will get to enjoy Emma’s expertise and insider tips on how to look your fabulous best, as you shop! I’ll be in touch to let you know how to arrange your shopping experience with Emma. Really hope you enjoy the experience and maxing out your credit card! ;-) Do come
I love fashion and all manner of pretty things. However when it comes to looking good, I’m much more interested in personal style than dressing ‘on trend’ or ‘to be in Vogue.’ When you know your style, you also know who you are. You project an image that says I’m happy with myself. You’re also less self conscious, much more assured and a damn sight more confident too. Here are
I’VE been a very busy beaver this week giving my professional site a bit of a makeover. Quite astonishingly it’s coming up to three years since I quit my full time job and went freelance, so I decided it was definitely time for a bit of a revamp! I’m absolutely passionate about the joys of freelancing and fully supportive of anyone who has the courage to give it a try.
ONE of the most wonderful things about being a mum to a baby girl, is the opportunity to dress her up in all manner of pretty things. And I make absolutely no apologies for this. I love pretty things and I love my little girl, so it goes without saying that I want her to look wonderful. In a few years, if she wants to hang out in scruffy jeans
THE world is full of labels but really when it comes to defining yourself, your opinion is the only one that matters. I was thinking of this last week, when my lovely blogger friend Jo from Dexterous Diva got in touch to ask if I would like to receive my very own personalised affirmation poster from her to which my reply was: “Hell yeah, that would be fabulous!” To create
IT’S Friday, so it can only mean one thing. It’s time for another Friday Five post! Unfortunately this week hasn’t quite gone to plan as I’ve spent most of it looking after a very poorly and tired little girl. Elsie has experienced her first proper cold so has needed many cuddles and lots of TLC. (Don’t colds just suck?!) So the post I’d been planning to do will just have
I can’t tell you how proud I am of Elsie’s nursery. After moving house when Elsie was just seven weeks old, we didn’t manage to get her nursery finished until a few months ago. Needless to say it was frustrating at times, however, like with all good things, it was well worth the wait! Elsie’s room – like all of the rooms in our beautiful but neglected old home –