The fashion world is constantly changing and adapting. New and exciting things are happening each week that it can be quite hard to keep up to date with all the latest goings-on in the world of fashion. That’s why I wanted to start a series of posts dedicated to the fashion news of the week. I wanted not only an excuse to spend time in my week to read up on the newest trends, labels and catwalks but a place where you guys can get a quick update! I won’t go into to too much detail but I strongly encourage you to read up on more of the designers and trends, it’s a great way to predict which key pieces will be dominating your wardrobes each season! Continue reading “NYFW, Slogan Tees and Denim | The Weekly Fashion Update”
The Autumn/Winter season is almost over. In a few months, we will be ditching the big coats and scarves for light jackets and skirts. In late 2017, the catwalks gave us a glimpse at what we will all be wearing this coming Spring/Summer. In this series of posts, I want to show you guys the biggest trends to expect in the next few months and some High Street alternatives so you can get the high end looks for less! Continue reading “Gelato Pastels | Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Trends”
I am amazed that I have actually continued with my bullet journal for a whole month! Not only has it helped with the general planning of my university work and my extracurricular activities, but it has actually been pretty fun finding new spreads and layout ideas on Pinterest, Youtube and Instagram. I won’t go into the ins and outs of why I love the concept of bullet journaling, as you can read that in my previous post Bullet Journaling, but, after seeing so many people’s February spreads on Instagram and Pinterest I wanted to share my own pages and layouts that I have been designing over the last couple of weeks. I have collated these design ideas for different pages and illustrations from a range of places, but mainly the many different boards that I had discovered on Pinterest. Continue reading “Monthly Bullet Journal Spread: February 2018”
Another week, another awards show. The last few days my timelines on Twitter and Instagram have been flooded with coverage of the outrageous outfits to grace the red carpet in New York. Once again metallic fabrics and expert tailoring dominated the celebrity looks, making it yet another exciting red carpet for fashion. Like my previous SAG awards fashion post, which you can find here, I wanted to share my top favourite looks of the Grammys red carpet.
The monthly favourites post is probably one of my favourite blog posts to read and write. I just love how you can discover new products and items and get a, usually, in-depth description from a real person. After not having a very successful time writing my favourites posts last year, I decided to make a note of my monthly favourites every month in my bullet journal. This way I could track which products I was reaching for the most and prioritise which items would be going into my January Favourites blog post. So here are my top favourite items from January!
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Awards season is upon us which means gorgeous new couture dresses and sparkling awards to match. The SAG Awards are one of the first awards shows of the season and what better way to kick off award season than with a look at the celebrities that will be ruling the red carpets for months to come. This year’s SAG Awards red carpet was dominated by sparkles, elegant draping and a whole lot of girl power. Here are some of my favourite looks! Continue reading “Sparkles and Draping: SAG Awards 2018 Fashion”
I have always been a fan of planning and keeping a physical diary from a young age. For the last year, I have been using a Daily Journal which I loved but it never had enough boxes and spaces to just write quick notes so it became a quick second to my iPhone. So when I stumbled across a Youtube video about bullet journaling I was very intrigued by this more creative form of journaling. I had seen a few Instagram posts on my suggested pages in the past and loved the unusual journal spreads and different calligraphy styles of writing. Continue reading “Bullet Journaling”