Dressing Elian with Sense Organics Baby Clothes

I’m know I’m biased but you’ve got to agree my little dude really is super cute! Elian is growing fast and time is flying by, he’s 9 weeks old already, and my little chunky monkey! I can no longer call him a newborn as he is most definitely a little baby boy now! And one of my favourite things to do every morning is sort out his outfit (my own…

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What I Wore – Linnea Clogs

When these Moheda Linnea Clogs arrived in the post I was a little at a loss on how to style them. They are so far from anything I currently or have ever owned and totally different to my usual style, but I love a challenge! I really love the delicate floral pattern on them, which is totally perfect for the summer months but white shoes often post a few problems, and obviously…

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What I Wore – Birthday Shopping Trip

For my birthday Jon took me shopping in Cardiff to find a new dress (I chose this one from River Island which was totally different to what I was looking for, but I love it!), then out for food at the awesome new Apple Jacks (OMG expect a blog review soon, best place I have eaten in Cardiff in a long time!) and then to the cinema to see Fast &…

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Pantone Spring Colour Forecast – Marsala

Pantone have released their Spring Colour Forecast for 2015 and topping the bill is the colour Marsala. Its a hit in the fashion and home decor department and has already been big on the red carpets (Image via E Online!) over the past few years. This warm dark red tone is a bold and confident colour that is unexpected in a Spring line up, far more interesting than the usual pastel…

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According to Bloggers – Best Posts of 2014

It’s 2015!! Hurray and Happy New Year! Although I will be doing a wrap up of mine and Jon’s year and our best posts, I thought I would do something a little different first. So I asked the blogging community what they thought were their top posts so I could compile an ‘According to Blogger – Best Posts of 2014’ collection. It was really insightful and interesting to see the…

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