It’s a tough job the Fashion blogging business; you’ve got the outfit, found a photographer and place to shoot then the light goes. You will have heard bloggers rave about the magical golden hour, an hour before the sun goes down when the light is perfect for photo taking. Clumsy me always seems to miss this perfect window though and end up in this almost half light. Continue reading “The Light”
These heels, what can I say I love them. Super high, leopard print and a total bargain. I picked them up at less than half price in Oxford Street Topshop, one of the benefits of having massive feet.
Continue reading “Put My High Heels On”
One of my 35 at 35 goals was to explore Scotland more. I had long drives north and ferry rides in mind. Turns out there’s lots of adventures to be found close by. We found Carron Valley Reservoir on google maps just 20mins away, so popped Seb in the boot and took a little drive one day last week.
Continue reading “One Day Like This”
I’m a fashion blogger apparently but everything I am wearing here is old and no longer available. And that is something that happens quite regularly here. I read a lot of fashion blogs, a lot. Most are full of brand new pieces, links to buy them and quite often from high end or designer stores. As much as I’d love it, I realise I will never have that kinda of blog.
Continue reading “Something Old, Something Pink”
Have you ever had a piece of clothing that you love so much you don’t want to waste it by wearing it all the time? That is exactly how I feel about this top. I picked up this beauty in the Zara sale a few years ago. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to have it, yet I hardly wear it because I want to keep it ‘special’. With Victorian being one of the trends sticking around from 2016 I thought it was time to give this an outing.
Continue reading “Special, So Special”
An outfit post, at long last! January has been busy busy busy and the weather has been a little bit crazy. I’m so disappointed I missed out on a snowy photoshoot, hey maybe there’ll be another chance, fingers crossed. Continue reading “Like Momma Used to Make”
This little sweater must be my best sale purchase this year and possibly ever. The sunshine yellow saw me through our fairly dull grey summer and now it’s brightening up our rainy autumn. Yip it’s still raining in Glasgow, forecast to stop around April 2016. If you follow me on Twitter you may have seen the disaster I had with my hair. What was supposed … Continue reading It was all Yellow
Last Sunday we knocked it out the park with our little beach day trip. The beach at Elie is even more gorgeous than we had hoped and the sun came out, who’d have expected that with the summer we’ve had. Nothing beats a day at the beach to clear out the cobwebs and brighten your mood. Throw in the happiest dog, some good friends and … Continue reading Take a Walk on the Beach
The past few weeks have been busy and stressful and generally rubbish. When times get tough it’s easy to let it drag your mood down, I’ve been fighting against that though. Instead just focusing on the simple things that make me smile. Some pretty yellow flowers. Spending time with my wonderful sister, who took these photos. My beautiful boy Seb and his little waggy tail … Continue reading I’ll Cherish the Simple Things
What do you do when you your favourite person in the whole world jets off back to Australia, mess around in the park with your favourite almost person of course. As you may have realised if you follow me on Instagram or Twitter my girl flew home last Thursday. It’s always tough to say goodbye but it’s harder when someone is so far away and you … Continue reading We Only Said Goodbye with Words