Hi Friends! I love Oreos..and cheesecake. Why not mix the two? The recipe below is the most similar to the one that was made for this post. The only difference is that instead of jello, we had crushed Oreos as the based instead. I also love how the pineapple chunks that are incorporated with this […]
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As a summer baby, I thought I might share a few glamorous tips on how you can dress up/down this summer with versatile one-pieces! Now, you might be reading this post thinking: what’s so great about a one-piece? Well, let me talk you through it. A one-piece (aka jumpsuits) is a great way to enhance your fashion identity and discover styles suitable for your shape. They’re both cute and light in material – plus you don’t have to go through the hassle of putting an outfit together as it’s already done for you! At this stage, it’s all about the accessorizing and how to make more your outfit.
Here’s two of my personal favorites:
What I particularly LOVE about this outfit is that it cost next to nothing and it’s down right gorge! It’s both practical and subtle in a sense that the dark print & design allows you to wear it for slightly less sunnier days ahead. The one-piece was from Primark’s summer collection 2014 (I know you wouldn’t think it was from there right!) Now with the sandals, I bought these bad boys from a local clothes shop in London as I’m all about supporting small businesses. So you can probably tell that I’ve decided to go for the Greek look as I find them super cute on most women and it’s easy to dress with. The accessories including the necklace and earrings was from Republic. The light-pink jacket was from Gillingham market, Kent as I’m a strong believer in supporting small businesses.
This second outfit I pieced together was inspired by Nothing Hill Carnival theme. I love the energy and flashy outfits the event brings every year. The exaggerated stripes and block colours reminds me of how Caribbean ladies dress (If you know, you know). This style works for any live events/festivals you might want to attend this summer. The entire outfit including snazzy accessories were all bought from an indoor market in South London, Croydon. It sounds hard to believe but you can find the best clothing and items in your everyday markets as they tend to have a different outlook to what’s trending in the fashion world. So the next time you pass a market, be sure to go exploring!
If you felt inspired and would like to know more fun tips on how you can dress for cheap or just experiment with one-pieces, be sure to check out adoreme.com! They have loads of women clothing that caters for every occasion. From sexy lingerie to beach wear !
As we get older, we tend to look back and reflect on our past experiences and journeys we’ve taken to get where we are now (or at least I do anyway!)
I’ve been on shoot after shoot, meeting incredible people along the way whilst living on all my social media pages all thanks to What’s Up TV! They’re funded by the MAMA Youth Project (@MAMAYouth) Their mission is to bring out the best out in every young person trying to get their foot in the door.
What’s Up TV (@WhatsUpTV) is an amazing UK television show that is breaking down the negative image and stereotyping of youth culture in the UK. They tackle a wide-range of events, festivals and some never-before-seen art performances. Their aim. Simple. To entertain as well as inspire young people of all ages to get involved in media!
Best thing about producing new video content for each season, we never know what’s about to be thrown at us. But with the right people on board, they help make every new season current and fresh. The bulk of the production team is between 18 and 25 years old and are all personally involved in youth culture including social issues. We produce six 30 minute episodes over a 12 week period from a blank sheet of paper. This, to most TV professionals would seem an impossible task, especially with the limited resources and budget, but we always deliver on time to the high standards and quality of Sky 1 demand.
What’s Up TV is back on our screens. It airs on SkyOne at 12.30pm. Click here for more information, make sure to check out their website!
The ever-so-stylish fashion designer, Stella McCartney has out done herself once more by perfectly executing the simple- yet-sophisticated fashion collection on this year’s runway! What I truly appreciate about Stella, not only as a designer, but as a woman is that her inspiration to creating the majority of her pieces displays elements of her personal memorabilia. Take for example her decision converting to a Vegetarian. Her love and respect for animals, means she refuses to use fur or leather in any of her work.
Her inspiration for this year’s Pre-fall collection is her love of cats, inspired by The Battersea Home Of Cats and Dogs. As a cat-lover myself, it’s great knowing I can jazz up my wardrobe with insanely cute kittens without a care in the world! Another flawless design as part of her Winter collection is her unique interpretation on the classic puffer coats. It’s both versatile and practical for woman of all ages -perfect for undecided climate change countries also known as ‘British Weather’. As a South-Londoner, puffer coats tend to have negative connotation floating around it, referring to the ‘troubled youth’ but Stella has made this look resemble a trench-coat with an attachment of a slimming black waist-belt, making this piece absolutely stunning!
Every girl needs one pair of sneakers – at least ONE pair Everyone is wearing them and they come in all shapes and different colors. Even the big fashion bloggers are wearing sneakers and you should too, if you have not already gotten a pair. Here is a little inspiration on some of the sneakers […]
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