Even though I’m supposed to be trying not to shop, and saving my money, there were a few things I couldn’t help picking up recently. I’m not planning to add a whole lot of things to my summer wardrobe, these are just a few things that I’ve been on the lookout for or really wanted to try out (plus I took advantage of ASOS’s up to 70% off, it would have been rude not to). And so here we are, with another clothing haul – this time including activewear, swimwear, shoes and other summer clothes. View Post
If you’re a babe on a budget (or just like to get a good bargain), then this post is for you. I started my blog when I was a uni student, so I definitely understand not having a big budget to play with – rest assured that you can still be stylish! Here’s where I find cheap plus size clothing that is cute but doesn’t blow my budget. View Post
I get so many people asking me where to find plus size workwear that I thought I’d scout out some ideas for you. As you know, I work from home and my days of dressing for the office are over, but I do really enjoy helping other people finding clothes they feel confident and awesome in, so let’s do this.
There are a lot of different dress codes out there when it comes to office outfits – some people have to have their shoulders covered; some must wear a suit; some can be as out there as they like. Then there’s the combination of what you want to wear – a blouse and tailored trousers, a skirt with a top, a blazer, a matching suit, a dress, with stockings or without? View Post
Ahh winter. Depending on where you are, it can be cold, windy, or wet… and if you live where I do it can be all three in one day! I’ve had lots of people asking me about coats for winter (especially waterproof ones!), so I’ve done a bit of hunting and found options for all kinds of weather. Grab a cup of tea and take a look. View Post
I am a city girl now, but when I was a kid we moved to the country. We had a small farm with cows, sheep, pigs, chickens and bees; I went to a very very small school (there were less than 30 people in my whole school); there were no footpaths anywhere near our place, or public transport. Actually, in the nearest town, public transport didn’t exist either. Welcome to the back of beyond. View Post