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A review of the Judy teacup stripe dress and Lucy forget me not cardigan from the Collectif SS20 range.
Hello, lovely readers. It's been a while, and I'm sorry about that - there seems to be a lot and nothing going on all at once at the moment, and blogging has taken a bit of a backseat. I seem to have a lot of ideas for posts, but lack the discipline to sit down… Continue reading Top tips for Twinwood Festival
A round up of my favourite outfits from last year.
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
London Edge - the trade show for vintage and alternative brands - is held every six months in London. I couldn't make it to the Spring/Summer event earlier this year and really missed it, so I decided to take myself off to London earlier this month and head to the Autumn/Winter event. It's a great… Continue reading A visit to London Edge
Christmas cards are (mostly) written, wrapping is...well, nowhere near done, but I've bought the wrapping paper, so I'm already ahead of where I was this time last year. Miracle on 34th Street is playing in the background and I'm feeling very 'week before Christmassy'. I am also INCREDIBLY excited to show you the latest dress… Continue reading Festive frocks: Mrs Claus chic
Welcome to the second in my series of festive frocks for all occasions (in case it's not become clear just yet, I really love Christmas. And one of the things I love most is all the themed outfit possibilities; there are so many!). My thoughts have now well and truly turned to what to wear… Continue reading Festive frocks: daytime frolics
The festive season is almost upon us. I'm halfway through my festive reads (mostly Jenny Colgan books, with Calling Mrs Christmas by Carole Matthews thrown in, in case you were wondering) and have The Muppet Christmas Carol soundtrack accompanying my working days (through headphones, of course. The people I work with are lovely, but I'm… Continue reading Festive frocks: night-time glam