Just before Christmas, my husband and I went to see Mary Poppins Returns, and I adored it. So, a week later, I went to see it again with my mum and sister, and I still adored it. Of all the things I loved (the songs! The penguins! Emily Blunt!), I think I loved the costumes… Continue reading A practically perfect Mary Poppins look
*Trigger warning - baby loss, neonatal death, bereavement, grief* I will start this post by saying that I am in a fortunate position - my workplace, managers and colleagues have been very supportive and caring since Dorothy died. I am aware that not everyone has the same experience, and I'm sorry if you're finding returning… Continue reading Returning to work after losing a child
The story behind the Dorothy collection, my collaboration with Miss Bella's Blooms, raising money for charity Remember my Baby.
A round up of my favourite outfits from last year.
A special edition of what I'm loving this week, all about vintage style coats.
A round up of some of the vintage styles I'm loving for Autumn.
Some of my most lusted-after items at the moment are from Voodoo Vixen (including - but not limited to - the Ella dress and Madelyn skirt). I saw lots of things the brand has coming up when I visited London Edge, and wanted to get some more details on the inspiration… Continue reading Interview with…Voodoo Vixen HQ
I've been experimenting a bit with fashion lately, so when the lovely team at The House of Foxy asked me if I would like to try one of their shawl collar blouses, I was very excited. The blouse is 1930s inspired, and is designed to be tucked into things (skirts, shorts and trousers mainly, although… Continue reading Review: The House of Foxy shawl collar blouse
Baby Loss Awareness Week starts tomorrow, and runs until 15 October 2018. It's a collaboration between more than 60 charities across the UK, and its a time for bereaved parents and those close to them to commemorate the lives of babies who died. With the event coming up, I've seen lots of stories in the… Continue reading Becoming a mother without a baby
When I was little, I really, really wanted multi-coloured hair (I have a vague memory of a cartoon character with pastel coloured hair, but cannot remember for the life of me who it was). For obvious reasons, my mum said no. Then I got to sixth form, and really wanted to experiment with hair colours;… Continue reading Pink hair, don’t care