Happy new year, best wishes, and all that jazz. Guess who’s back, starting the year off with another what’s new on the high street/ clothing haul: none other than your girl TheRoamBlogger.
In this week’s article we look at my latest clothing haul with focus on dressing for the Christmas party.
The colder months for me has always been about warm cuddly clothing that makes me feel good wearing it. I’m talking sweaters, oversized jumpers, double layered leggings, and chunky boots. I’m talking cute outfits which hide all our additional lumps and bumps from our over excessive eating- which is only going to get worse with Christmas on the horizon.
For the difficult partner, or the partner who has seemingly everything, why not treat them to a new style this season?
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.
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.
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.
I recently took on a freelance writing job which is being slotted in between my 9-5. I am so busy that this morning I even forgot to wash my hair (amen to dry shampoo!) so I’m not one for over thinking my outfit before I rush out the front door with the promise that I’ll grab breakfast on the way to work (I never do)…