Monday, 26 September 2016

Can't Keep Up? Blogging in 2016

I've decided I'm giving up on keeping up. It's no surprise, blogging has changed. Many bloggers are now full time professionals, creating content for multiple platforms, all to earn a living. Which is great! Do what you love and get paid doing it. But what do you do if you suddenly feel very overwhelmed and out of your depth in a sea of tweets, instagram stories and affiliate links...

Sunday, 28 August 2016

Country Attire at Propertea Manchester

Last weekend I had a day trip out with one of my best friends in Manchester. It was so lovely to catch the train and spend a Saturday shopping and chatting. I was pretty excited to take her along to the Country Attire blogger event too, which took place at Propertea, near Manchester Cathedral. Country Attire are a brand I've worked with before and everyone is so lovely. They sell their own line of high quality UK made outerwear along with many classic brands that truly represent the essence of British style. Hunter, Vivienne Westwood, Ted Baker, Converse, Barbour, the list goes on! So off we went to Propertea to enjoy some fizz, food and games with Country Attire and lots of Manchester bloggers.


Wednesday, 24 August 2016

What I'm Wearing | Lace Up Flats

Lately I've been stuck between wearing open toe sandals and Converse. I needed a pair of flats to jazz up my wardrobe and wear on those 'in-between days' when it's not hot enough for summer sandals but trainers just aren't working with an outfit. Being the bargain hunter I am, these New Look lace-up flats were a steal at £11.50 reduced from £19.99 via ASOS. And I think they do the job brilliantly. They're smart enough to wear with a dress on a evening out (see below) but also casual enough to wear everyday with jeans. I love that they wrap around your ankle several times and tie either at the front or back.

Friday, 19 August 2016

DIY Easy Choker Necklaces

Everybody's wearing them, yes, 90s style choker style necklaces are back! But have you noticed how expensive they are? For what is often just a piece of cord, ribbon or suede? I've seen simple fabric chokers on sale for £10+ pounds which is just silly when it's so easy to make your own. If you're not sure whether this trend is for you, my DIY chokers are the perfect way to experiment without causing damage to your bank balance. They are really easy to make and can be completed in under half an hour. And you may even have all the necessary items at home already, so what are you waiting for!?
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