winter fashion

Dress For Your Shape, Not Your Age This Winter

Winter is finally upon us and with Christmas lurking around the corner, now is the perfect time to grab yourself a new wardrobe so that you can rock into the new year looking as glamorous as ever. It’s at this time of year that people are beginning to think about creating a new version of themselves in the New Year. Many women find it a depressing time because they are yet another year older and feel like they should be covering up more than normal. While this is a totally normal thing to feel, it’s certainly not something that you should be adhering to! In this article is going to be some ideas on how you can dress for your shape rather than your age this winter and feel like a completely new person by the end of it. Continue reading “Dress For Your Shape, Not Your Age This Winter”

maternity wear

Maternity Wear: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

I have such a love-hate relationship with maternity wear. Don’t you find that there is such a gap in the market? We start to gain water and weight from before 12 weeks yet all the maternity wear is aimed at the size you are from around 7 months. Nothing fits from your normal wardrobe and you end up traipsing the shops for the very limited range of maternity clothes available to you. ‘Oh you can buy it online’ you hear time and time again but I don’t always want to buy online, I want to go into a shop, look at the sizes and try them on! And why are the styles mostly floaty, high necked, v-necked and with unflattering cut sleeves? Pregnant women are still the same people and even though their bodies change their tastes and fashion sense don’t; we want to feel like us as much as we can! Continue reading “Maternity Wear: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”

girl and fashion

Shoestrings Are For Budgets Only!

Most women want to keep up with the latest trends but don’t have the cash. Fashion is expensive and, sadly, there are more important things in life. Still, nothing is more uplifting than looking the part. Every time a girl throws on new threads, the confidence oozes out of her pores. So, how does a budding fashionista tackle the financial crisis? She keeps up with fashion by using a shoestring budget. For the women who don’t know where to begin, the following will help.

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prom dress shopping

5 Things To Consider When Shopping For Prom Online

Picking out the best prom dress for your daughter can mean you need to slave over magazines and the internet for weeks on end. But, if you have already found her dream dress online and are pondering over whether or not to buy it, we say, why not? But, since you are ditching the reliability of a store dressing room and the opportunity to check out what the gown will realistically look like on your daughter’s body, there are a few things you should consider.

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my maternity wear wishlist

My Maternity Wear Wishlist

Now that everybody is in the know about my pregnancy it means that I can begin to get excited about getting bigger and finding some gorgeous new maternity clothes for the upcoming months. I hardly showed with Jake and didn’t get that amazing round bump until I was roughly 8 months. This time around I have taken shape quite quickly and I’m already struggling with certain jeans and tops. 

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Dressing for a new you- 3 images of me in new clothes

Dressing For a New You

I don’t know about the rest of you but since becoming a Mother I have somewhat felt that I have lost my identity. I have been slowly drowning in baby paraphernalia, baby feeding, caring, nappy changes, weaning, teething, baby sick and feeling exhausted. It’s probably easily done in the first year but I am 2 1/2 years on and my days have been spent wearing the same jeans several times a week, grabbing the first top I see in my wardrobe and not noticing how worn out most of my clothes actually look. Continue reading “Dressing For a New You”