DIY // Faux fur clutch

That Whistles faux fur clutch has been haunting me for the last few months, but for £50 and not working with my ethical pledge, I did what any reasonable gal does, and DIY-ed it. Making clutch bags is so much simpler than you might think. Really though- just look at the steps below. Just a thought, but this would make…
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Style // Oversized

Big chunky knitwear seems to be everywhere at the moment and I for one am pretty happy with this. I think an oversize top of any sort, paired with skinny jeans, is an outfit I feel most ‘me’ in, at any event, any time of the year. I bought this knit tunic second hand on eBay right at the start…
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This Week // #20

{Doesn’t this look like a blissful, cosy spot? Reminds me of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Click image for source} Doing: a little bit of forward planning. The boy and I are headed to his family in Cyprus for Christmas this year and a little bit of sunshine and family time will be an absolute tonic. I keep remembering the lovely time…
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Style Files // How to find great clothes in Charity shops

I love shopping second hand. I think charity shops are complete treasure troves- as this post can attest to! I always get comments where people say they can never find anything good in charity shops and so in honour of #secondhandfirst week, I thought I’d put together a few of my tips. 1. Have a list of wants Shopping for…
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Talk // #secondhandfirst week

Do you buy second hand clothes? I’ve always loved a good charity shop, and since making my ethical fashion pledge, I’ve found myself trawling through them all the more regularly. I’ve always found buying second hand ticks a lot of good boxes for me- it is usually more affordable, often more unique, it saves waste, and the money often helps…
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