I’m the resident packer in our family.  In a house full of boys it always ends up being my job whenever we go away to get everyone organised, to ensure they have everything that they need and, more importantly that it all fits in the case. Having to pack for only myself is a luxury in itself but even more so when it involves a weekend away with just the girls.  Admittedly it’s been a very long time since I escaped on a girlie holiday but as my school friends and I are turning 40 over the next twelve to… View Post

Let’s face it, when you become a mum, your priorities change. You no longer have the time or the luxury to focus on yourself. Instead, you spend all of your time caring for baby, enduring countless sleepless nights and just trying to make it through each day. So, it’s understandable your fashion sense takes a backseat during this period. However, once you’ve got into a routine, you’ll slowly start to have more time to focus on how you look. When you look good, you feel good so if you’ve found yourself in the common mum rut fashion style, now’s the… View Post

The summer has gone, and this is something that we’re just going to have to accept for now. On the bright side, we were handed a heatwave that meant we were able to dress like we do when we’re on holiday, and all of that hard work to get the bikini body of our dreams actually paid off this year, so we can’t complain too much considering. A lot of people often see the Autumn as being the beginning of a dull rest of the year, because this is when the temperature starts to drop, and before you know it… View Post

Most of us think about updating our wardrobe once the seasons starts to change, and that includes workwear. You want to get the balance right between being smart and professional, and being warm and cosy, no matter what the weather throws at you. Here are five tips for updating your winter work wardrobe. 1. Work out what’s missing — before you go shopping The first thing you need to do is go through your existing work wardrobe. Donate anything that doesn’t fit, take worn clothes to a fabric recycling point, and then make note of everything that remains. From there,… View Post