Feeling comfortable in you’re on skin is difficult, but feeling comfortable in clothes after lockdown can be just as hard. Here’s my plus size basics edit for spring summer ‘21.
Right now, Instagram is filled with chunky knits, Parker’s and a classic Chelsea boot. With the impending tier system, and everyone spending a lot more time on social media, I thought I’d share my own spin on the classic staples of a Autumnal wardrobe. Everyone style is true to them, but classic pieces suit most … Continue reading Easy Autumn Guide To Plus Size Styling.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been shown the ‘new normal; how people are starting to live their lives with the new lockdown restrictions. As the government eases their laws allowing us ‘normal’ people to start leaving the house for non-essential items, I can’t help thinking how much my relationship with myself has changed over … Continue reading Life Update| Mental Health, Changes and Body Image.
Changing your style is hard, here is my 5 tricks.
I've been toying with the idea of blogging again for a while, but every post i've written just seemed a little off- i couldn't relate to my own writing. 2019 is almost at an end and i think it's time to get everything out there. The past few months have left me the most confident … Continue reading Twenty Twenty
Hello you beautiful people. I know, I know its been a while- and for that i am not in the least bit sorry. Life over the past few weeks has been quiet, with quiet came a few realisations. I realised that (and I don’t mean to boast- well maybe a little) but i finally feel … Continue reading The Life Switch up.
Hello my beauties. As i sit an write this , i cant help but stare and the copious amount of clothing I've been buying recently. With the recent developments in sizing, styles and stores, the Plus size market has become more profound than ever- right now, I am in total awe at how amazing the … Continue reading Is it time to ditch the ‘plus’ in Plus Size?
2018- a yearly round up. A year i dealt with my own mental health struggles in my own relatable way.