Jordan and I are finally sitting down with a glass of red after our epic three hour round trip to the Scandinavian themed home store in Croydon. Shattered and ready for bed, we have come home empty handed, all bar a few deals: our wine glasses, new cutlery and a few new pillow cases.
Continuing on with the fashion trends from last weeks post when I was lucky enough to work with Religion Clothing, this week I would like to explore different lip looks and review the products that I bought to pair with my AW18 outfits.
It's starting to get cooler, darkness rolls in sooner, and with it we begin to see a shift in our colour palettes. We decide to wear darker clothes as if in mourning for the summer, we wrap up in greys, blacks, and muted tones.
Do you struggle to sleep when there’s complete silence? Turns out, I do too.
With the appearance of a new season, I decided that my wardrobe needed updating so this article is a review of those clothes bought for my wardrobe in the hope it might inspire your own creative clothing endeavours.
There is something remarkably comforting about retail therapy, especially when it comes to products that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
I’m going to be honest and say I’m a bit rusty when it comes to face to face networking. It’s easy to distance yourself from the people behind the screen when it’s a message on social media or a comment on the blog and as much as you try to grow your connections, nothing will make as much of a lasting impression than that of a face to face meeting.
This month, I'd like to celebrate the things that have made me smile, the things that have taught me new lessons or inspired me in the hope that they will also encourage a similar reaction for you.
How to feel better on a Monday morning.
Yesterday I had my first exciting present sent to me in the post. A beautifully crafted poster of the world, perfect for my wall in my walkthrough wardrobe (not walk-in because you technically have to walk through it to get out of the bathroom).