I thought it would be the perfect time to share with you my favourite designer looks for a New Year’s Eve party. Whether it be a fancy meal and drinks or a full on party, these outfits would look stunning. I will leave links to the items under the pictures for each outfit.
This Diane Von Furstenberg Hallie two gold jacquard mini dress is a stunning glitzy dress for a party, which is why it is first on my list. I would match it with simple black accessories such as these Gianvito Rossi muse black suede sandals and this Givenchy bow cut black leather clutch, so that the dress is the full star of the show.
Second on my list is this gorgeous Victoria Beckham curved cami fitted maxi dress, this is a beautiful red and I would match it with silver accessories such as these Yves Saint Laurent tribute glitter sandals and this Roger Vivier pilgrim embellished clutch.
Next is this Gucci Pleated Metallic Leather Skirt in a gorgeous silver colour, paired with this Ted Baker off-the-shoulder knitted top. I would match this with some Christian Louboutin bianca 140 patent calf heels just to finish off the glamour pjs look.
Finally is this gorgeous jumpsuit by Alice + Olivia. This strapless jumpsuit oozes style and sophistication and is perfect for a NYE party. I would pair this with some pops of red by adding these Aldo Nandra suede heeled sandals and this Mulberry darley large leather clutch.
So there you have it my New Years Eve party outfits. Let me know what you think in the comments.
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I’m sorry I’ve been away for a while! I hope you have all had a lovely Halloween, I spent my Halloween with friends at Tulleys Farm Shocktober and then doing ghost walks around the old town!!
We also had the towns bonfire night which was amazing as usual!!
This blog is for my October favourites I don’t have many this month only five but I hope that you will get the opportunity to see the products and find out about them for yourselves!!
First up is a book. It is called According to Yes and is written by Dawn French. It is such an incredible book with a great story throughout. I didn’t want to put it down once I had started to read it and in the end I finished in three days!! I would highly recommend this book as some autumn evening reading snuggled up next to the fire!
Second is a bit of home décor and it is this gorgeous rose gold letter, obviously they have all the letters in the alphabet but I just think you could do so much with this for different occasions, you could wrap tinsel around it or wrap fairy lights etc. It is so lovely on its own as well.
Third is the Pantene dry oil with argan oil. This product makes my hair so smooth without making it go greasy! I use it after the shower and before I dry my hair which is for me the way I get the best result! I would recommend this product if you are looking for smooth hair throughout your day.
Next are the Real Techniques miracle complexion sponges. These sponges make your skin look flawless and blend any foundation etc. that you would use in your day to day application of makeup. They are super soft on your skin as well and I always get the best results with these sponges.
Finally is this Kate Miss Rimmel London lipstick in the colour 107. This lipstick is such a beautiful colour and is not to full on. I find that it also does not make my lips go tacky like some other lipsticks do. If you are looking for a long lasting beautiful lip for autumn this is the lipstick to use!
What do you guys think of my October favourites? What have been your favourite products for the last month let me know in the comments below!
I would also like to add as a side note to this that I am now working as part of the Total Nutrition team based in my area!! It is such an exciting opportunity for me and it is so exciting that I will be able to help people with their weight loss or fitness goals!! 😄💪🏻👊🏻
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Since I did my top five high street wedding outfits I thought it only right that I did my top five designer outfits. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
First is this gorgeous Ted Baker cut out full skirt midi dress. This is available from ASOS for £199. This is a gorgeous sophisticated length dress for a church wedding or a wedding in a stately home. I would pair this dress with these Ted Baker Laorel Silver Leather court shoes also on ASOS for £110.
Second is this stunning Oscar De La Renta carnation lace dress which breaks the bank at £3,050. This is such a beautifully designed dress and as a very special occasion dress I could see the justification in buying it. I would pair it with these Gianvito Rossi Lola Fringe sandals which are £520. Both products are available at Harrods.
Third is the Alexander McQueen pleated crepe gown in dark red. At Selfridges this dress is priced at £1,595. I would pair this with the Sophia Webster coco flamingo leather courts, also at Selfridges for £360.
Next is the Vera Mont halter neck jumpsuit which is available from House of Fraser for £235. This is a gorgeous alternative to wearing a dress. I would wear this with nude heeled sandals like these Manolo Blahnik Chaos 115 Sandals from Harrods priced at £480.
Finally is this Mulger mega Milano coral tulle and jersey dress which is available at Harvey Nichols for £1,020. I would wear white heeled sandals like these by Gianvito Rossi from Harvey Nichols for £565 they are called the off-White bow embellished leather sandals.
What do you think?
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I am going to share with you my top five high street wedding outfits for 2016. Let me know what you think in the comments below.
First up is this gorgeous light blue floral flounce lace skater dress. This dress is gorgeous for any sort of wedding whether it be outside on a beach in a hot country, in a stately home or in a church. This dress is priced at £22.99. I would pair this dress with either these white embellished scrappy heels which are also available from new look for £39.99 or if I were going to a beach wedding these white woven hoop sandals which are £7.99.
Next up is this lovely two piece outfit from Miss Selfridge. It consists of a pale blue floral graphic top which is priced at £35 and a pale blue floral graphic skirt which is priced at £45. This is a gorgeous outfit for those who don’t want to wear a dress but want to be coordinated and sophisticated at a church wedding or a wedding at a stately home. I would pair this outfit with these black caged ankle strap heeled sandals from New Look which would cost £19.99.
Next is this Asos Occasion Floral Jumpsuit with Ruffle Detail. This is a lovely and simple jumpsuit priced at £65 and it would be lovely for any type of wedding you could be going to. I would team this with these Asos Haphazard heeled sandals which cost £25.
My second to last choice is the Lipsy VIP Print prom skater dress which is £85. I absolutely love the bright colours in this dress and it would certainly be one to stand out at a wedding! Again I would pair it with nude heeled sandals like the ones above or the alternative ones below which are from Lipsy and would cost £45.
Finally is this contemporary floral dress from Forever 21. It would cost £27 and is gorgeous and simple. I would pair this dress with some bright shoes like these yellow pointed court shoes from New Look which are valued at £19.99.
So what do you think?
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Today has been a very long and tiring day. The household had to wake up bright and early for a three hour drive to Cheshunt in Hertfordshire so that I could go to a selection day for a GirlGuiding international trip.
My day started with a marmite crumpet and the nerves of a mouse around a lion as this would be my first long motorway drive, even driving to the New Forest I didn’t use as much motorway.
Once we had set off and had gotten onto the motorway my nerves settled and the rest of the journey to the youth hostel was a breeze (although I did scream as I drove past a lorry in the Dartford Tunnel).
On arriving at the youth hostel I met the leadership team and seven other girls who were also up for selection. Everybody was so lovely and we partook in lots of teamwork challenges and silly games to get us all to interact and listen to one another.
At lunch time I had taken my packed lunch of a ham and egg salad, a strawberry and banana smoothie and my trusty apple. It filled me up just enough for the afternoon activity of choosing what we would focus on if we were to help refugees who had moved to England.
It was such a lovely and interesting day and even if I don’t get selected to go on the international trip I learnt so much from spending the day with new people.
As it is Mothering Sunday today of course mum didn’t get to spend the day with my sister and I, as my sister stayed with my grandparents, dad and I treated mum to her favourite ever fast food meal of a Wimpy. We don’t have one local to us and when she saw that there was a restaurant in the High Street she of course had to have one of their burger. I must admit that they were delicious.
We don’t really celebrate Mother’s Day or Father’s Day in our house as we don’t feel that we should only dedicate one special day to our parents and grandparents. But my parents and grandparents do so much for my sister and I and I hope that my mum had as good of a day as she could have walking around the canal with the puppies.
This evening will be spent with a large cocktail, a bath and continuing to read Zoella’s second novel Girl Online on Tour.
I hope that you have all had a good weekend and have a lovely week!
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