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The Miracle Dress

WARNING… this article may cause a serious addiction!

The Miracle Dress, have you heard of it? This easy wear, easy care garment is a wardrobe essential that you’ll want one in every colour and style (sshh, don’t tell but I’m addicted. 323 more words

Rainbow Week: A Wardrobe Challenge

My last blog was all about de-cluttering my wardrobe (Kon Mari!!) and organising it into rainbow colour order (there’s no name for that, I’m just slightly mad….) I then set myself a daft little challenge to ‘wear the rainbow’ for one week, simply to encourage me to wear things I might not usually choose. 397 more words

Life With Children

Mum style

I love nice clothes and I love being a mum so I thought, why not combine both into my blog? (However combining both in real life is easier said than done!) I’m sure many of you will agree that how you look and what you wear isn’t exactly a top priority when you have a little person to look after! 372 more words

Mum Blog

Mumma bear style: beyond the bump

Ladies, let’s talk about public exposure.

Now, I’m not afraid of a bit of public nudity. I’ve stripped off in a hammam (public bathhouse) in Morocco and I would have gone to an onsen (hot springs, where you traditionally bathe naked) if I hadn’t been pregnant when we were in Japan. 979 more words


The 3 Reasons Why Becoming A Mum Messed Up Your Personal Style

Becoming a Mum

When we transition in to a new role such as a mother, our wardrobe can start to feel like  hard work.  In fact, I’ll happily admit that having our 2 kids, really messed up my personal style. 1,419 more words

Personal Style

Killer Knitwear...

I’ve made no secret of my love for an oversize jumper this Winter and I think it’s fair to say that I’ve been pretty vocal in praising Zara for their never ending reams of amazing and more than reasonably priced range of knitwear and sweaters that just keep popping up in-store and online. 175 more words

Mum Style

'Mum style'

Once upon a student loan, I was an enthusiastic follower of fashion. I spent a small fortune on glossy magazines, knew what was “in” and made damn sure I owned high-street copies of the absolute must-haves, regardless of my bank balance and body shape. 589 more words