Tag: balayage

  • TLC: No more chasing insecurities
    Looking back over the past year, a lot has changed with me and this blog and I’m not mad about it, it’s time to embrace those changes and give them some TLC. It’s been a while, a very long while, sometimes life’s stresses get in my way and cloud my judgement which has
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  • Outfit Of The Day: All Black Everything
    Perfect for every day of the year, the all black outfit will always be in fashion, for every occasion, in any season. It’s been a while since I posted an all black outfit, three months if we’re counting and this wasn’t planned.  I was going through my mobile wardrobe (the boot
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  • 3 Key Spring Styles
    With every season, comes new styles; here’s 3 key pieces to invest in this Spring to keep your wardrobe on point for the warmer months. With new year’s and seasons, always comes with new trends, or how I see it, trends repeating themselves from previous decades with a modern sass.
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  • Why Vintage Can Be Better Than New Clothes
    Buying new clothes is fun, but wearing vintage clothes is sentimental and its full of character; it’s simply more than wearing someone’s “old clothes’. Vintage clothes are made better When it comes to vintage clothes, the quality is made so much better than clothing
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  • OOTD: In The Style Curve
    In The Style launched a curve range called, In The Style Curve last month and I was lucky enough to receive some fabulous items from the new collection. Clothing is something that should make you feel comfortable and express who you are, what you like, how you feel etc.  For plus size women,
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  • Earth Tones
    The only good thing about winter is the clothes, right? I’m trying to keep mine popping by adding a few statement pieces in some earth tones. This winter, I have had my heart set on not wearing dull colours; I know the weather is miserable but it doesn’t mean I have to look
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  • Winter Warmers: Spicy Beef Stew
    When I think of food for the winter, I think of real, hearty dishes like pies, soups and stews with lots of root vegetables.  Warm up from the inside out with my easy peesy, spicy beef stew with crispy parsnip shavings. Prep time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 1hr/3hrs (the longer the better)
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  • Culottes for AW16
    This is the second part of my blog posts about transitioning summer clothes into an AW16 setting, allowing you to benefit more from your purchases, even the seasonal ones – read more on “The Method”. If you read my last style post, you’ll know that I’m
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  • Homemade Hamburger Recipe
    Get your burger game on smash and impress your dinner guests with my quick and easy homemade hamburger recipe. I love burgers, its just such a simple concept of meat between some bread but it really can go wrong sometimes, ask Burger King, they know.  FOMO is not a thing around here, I’ve
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  • Long lined Bomber Jacket x Ripped Jeans
    Autumn is a great time for choosing a new wardrobe, however I’m transitioning my summer clothes into my autumn wear and making it work. Initially, I had another post in mind which I had taken pictures for.  My friend Rio (who is also a blogger) and I went car hopping around Hackney trying
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