I LOVE style and fashion, I think that’s pretty blatantly obvious from my blog but back in the day I often used to flip through the pages of Vogue and InStyle and think that chic style was unattainable if you didn’t have a huge budget. I do most of my clothing shopping, now, online: it’salways cheaper, the clothing is well-made…

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As the years pass, my style may tweak and evolve slightly (I don’t like the word “change” there as it doesn’t really change) one thing that’s constant is my love for all things Burgundy and red. Earlier this year in fact, I went platinum blonde; it was fun but really wasn’t me (plus the damage the bleach did to my…

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While I definitely do not love the cold weather, I have to admit that there is something about being bundled up in a gorgeous Wool coat all cozy and wandering around a frosty Park that always makes me happy. Perhaps it’s growing up in the countryside and being used to going on Frosty Autumn and Winter walks (generally those walks…

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Style was never my forte when I was a teenager and in my early 20’s, I kind of just grabbed whatever wouldn’t draw much attention to me and go out like that. To me though, now, your style should be a reflection of your personality; are you boho and free spirited or glam and sophisticated? Is your Sartorial heart in…

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So growing up in England, I never went to a Pumpkin Patch or a Pumpkin Farm before, in fact, the only time I really saw pumpkins was in the supermarket at Halloween for carving. You didn’t really see Pumpkin being used in food, not soup and most definitely not pie. So this year, if only once and to be able…

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Ever since I was little, music was a big part ofy life. I grew up listening to The Doors, Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, Eric Clapton and Pink Floyd to name just a few, those artists and bands are still my favourites today. I never really thought of doing Seasonal based music playlists on Spotify before until this year and honestly…

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