They call millennial’s the snowflake generation. They say we take offence easily, we’re less resilient.  That we are vulnerable. Yet you only need to see the chaos the snow has caused the past months to realise that Snowflake isn’t such an antagonistic term.   I prefer to see it as being more ethically minded, more creative, more motivated by life satisfaction…

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Simplicity: Stud Earrings

I’ve spoken before about simple, classic jewellery being my style. I’m drawn to small, delicate items that will never go out of style and have a little meaning to them.  And today I’m going to be reviewing jewellery that really meets that aesthetic; small, delicate, simple and beautiful.    Small and sweet – a little like this post. Granted, these…
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The Essential Series: Plus Size Tights

Plus size tights are the most awkward of things! They fall down. They tear easily. The crotch slips and rubs my chubby thighs. They fold down, making awful suction noises as they slip. They don’t wash well – and you end up with saggy knees. These are all things that I associate with plus size tights.   Yet they really…
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Spring Capsule Wardrobe

With the sun shining brightly and the daffodils peeping their heads above the soil, it really does feel that little bit more spring.   And with spring, comes a host of spring capsule wardrobe possibilities. I know it is cold out there, and I know that wooly jumpers still reign supreme in our daily style, but I feel bright and…
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The Capsule Wardrobe Experiment: The Debrief

At the end of January I embarked on a little capsule wardrobe experiment.  The rules I set myself were quite simple: 30 items for 30 days.  This would include coats, jackets, shoes, bags, scarfs and tops, skirts, dresses and bags.   It does not include underwear or gym wear – that would just be skanky … and smelly! For those…
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