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    The Super Humans of 2018

    It’s that time of year again. When the days are at their shortest and the end of the year approaches, I like to share a list of the people who…

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    Review: Gabi Fresh x Playful Promises

    What is a blogger to do when a favourite lingerie brand releases a stunning new collection that doesn’t come in her size? She enlists the help of a guest reviewer,…

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    Brunch Club: Caravan, EC4N

    Our autumn Brunch Club adventures continued on Sunday 28th October 2018 at the City branch of Caravan, 22 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR. This chain of London restaurants had been…

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    Brunch Club: The Good Egg, W1B

    It’s been a long time since the last Brunch Club as we were all busy in August, so there was a lot to catch up on this time. Our first…

Twice a year, I pack up all my unseasonal items of clothing and get the more appropriate ones out of hibernation. I wrote about it back in 2015 for this blog, and have also videoed myself opening the suitcase and getting excited about things I’d forgotten I owned. As I’m currently packing for a somewhat belated honeymoon, my summer clothes have seen the light of day at a rather unusual time of year and it’s made me think about what I’ve got and how much of it I actually wear.

I haven’t written about latex much since my 2012 post in the fabulous fashion fabrics series, so I was surprised when the lovely folk at Honour got in touch to ask if I’d like to review a lingerie set from their website. However, once I started browsing, I quickly realised this wouldn’t be quite as straightforward as it might first seem. As I usually wear what would be termed “full bust” bras, anything without a cup size is extremely tricky to buy without trying on first. Whereas it’s relatively easy

As the end of December approaches, the urge to take stock of the previous 12 months grows and our social media feeds fill up with posts from people reflecting on the highs and lows of their year. Often it’s the bad things which spark this, as people look for something positive to show them that 2018 wasn’t a complete write off after all. Sometimes it’s a desire to reflect on a year of life changes and make a plan for the future. For others it’s just an annual process that

It’s that time of year again. When the days are at their shortest and the end of the year approaches, I like to share a list of the people who have had positive impact on my life in the previous 12 months and, in my opinion, deserve an award for their greatness. These are some of the fabulous folk who have shaped my year and brought me both joy and inspiration, so I want to thank them for all they have done and also put them on your radar too.

Inspired by this week’s ‘Cosy Issue‘ of Stylist Magazine, I thought I’d wrap up and get comfy for a winter wishlist as we head towards the end of the year. Whether you’re getting cosy indoors or outside, I have looked for thoughtful sustainable options rather than cheap impulse purchases that are bad for the planet and your soul. 1) Nikita long line cardigan from People Tree Wherever you want to get cosy, a big long cardie with huge pockets is definitely a must. They’re good for lounging around at home,

I’ve been blogging for 15 years now, and have covered a variety of different topics over the years. What started as an online diary of sorts back in 2003, became a shiny online magazine filled with articles on fashion, feminism, sex and relationships, before slowly turning into a place for me to write about things/places I like. The thing is… I’m not sure if I want this space to be a reviews blog. I’m not really sure what I want it to be any more. Recently I’ve been feeling less

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