Here we are in October, this month baby dottie turns 6 months old, and I still have not lost much of my baby weight. I’m not overly bothered by that because I’m still breastfeeding and awake countless times throughout the night. I need to eat to keep my energy up otherwise I feel faint. Mind you looking back at photos at the same point after having baby girl I’m much thinner. I guess having two babies in two and a half years takes its toll on your body making it much harder to lose the baby weight.
When Pink Clove recently got in touch asking if I would like a couple of items for my Autumn wardrobe, I thought why not? This tired momma deserves some new bits for Autumn.
So here are a few pictures of a wardrobe for stay at home mom.
Want to look your best but low on spare cash this month?
Here’s the solution.
When you’re a shopaholic, it can be difficult to stick to a budget. It’s easy to go above your limit, especially when we walk down the high street and are spoilt for choice with the selection of clothing stores around us. It’s just too tempting! Sometimes, when cash is a little tight, we just have to refrain from making a purchase, no matter how much we’d like to own that outfit. However, we still want to look and feel our best every day. Can we achieve the look we want without breaking the bank? Alterations Boutique, specialists in suit and dress alterations in the UK are here to shed a little light and explain how you can look great without splashing too much cash.
We are here now in September. I hate to say it but Summer is coming to an end. In fact just this past weekend while out shopping the shops seem to be stocking Christmas items already. Mind you I could eat stollen and Christmas cake all year around. Plus next month in October I always start making my Christmas cake. Anyway back to my point of this post. I really enjoyed sharing with you my Spring Summer fashion trends for 2018, and now I’m back sharing the Autumn Winter 2018 2019 fashion trends.
The Summer holidays are here! So are you going anywhere nice this year? If it’s a hot destination you may want to update your swimwear wardrobe. Guess what I can help you with that!
I’m running a competition to win a £100 voucher in collaboration with UK Swimwear. Yes, you have the chance to win £100 to spend on your holiday wardrobe. You may be looking for a new bikini, a swimsuit or just some beachwear. Well UK Swimwear has all of that and more. They also have many different designs if you were looking for something new. Maybe you were thinking of trying a high neck swimsuit, or one with the popular animal print design. I’m pretty sure with the range available you will find a swimwear piece to suit you.
As you know by now I love hosting competitions, and of course entering a few myself! If you have any birthdays coming up, on the lookout for a gift or just want to treat yourself this is one giveaway for you.
I’m pleased to offer a handmade curled up cat necklace to one of you from Jana Reinhardt. It’s worth £89. A curled up sleepy cat pendant, suspended from a fine trace chain. Handmade from solid sterling silver. It’s truly one of a kind.
The perfect little cat measures 13mm across and the chain can be worn at 16 or 18 inches (41 or 46cm).
A few months back I wrote about the key fashion trends for women for Summer 2018 and how it was all about 80’s style neon, colour pop and frizzy hair. Well I never got the chance to go into the top fashion accessories that you will need this Summer. We all like to keep up with the trend, even if it’s just with accessories.
Accessories for your Summer look, does come in the form of the bumbag this year, yep the 80’s are here! I must admit as a kid I loved my bumbag. I carried all sorts of things in it. The less obvious would be a belt bag. You can get some really lovely leather ones which would smarten up any outfit. If you are heading to the beach lots over the course of the Summer you will need a gorgeous woven leather bag or a tote bag. The oversize large bags are perfect for this and one of the top key trends for Summer 2018.