You know I love a bag. Along with shoes, they’re the kind of accessory I’ll invest in. I’m not talking about any old bag, not the kind that’ll last for a mere season but the type that exudes incredible quality; it’s robust, hard-working and above all things, versatile. I must confess though that I usually stick to one colour when it comes to accessories and that’s black. Why? It’s timeless, classic and so adaptable! I guess though it can become quite samey and it’s good to have variation, right?
A few weeks ago the Radley ‘In A Flutter’ bag came into my life and it really is perfection. If you’re in the market for a new bag and you need something that’ll slot right into your Spring/Summer wardrobe let me tell you why this will be your perfect partner.
It seems that I’ve found my dress shape, I’m addicted to buying floaty midi dresses, you may have noticed? In last month’s ‘What To Wear Now’ post I talked about how this cut is perfect for my throw-on-and-go vibe. Once I’ve found something that works I’m the kind of girl who’ll buy it in every colour (budget permitting of course!). So, this post is going to talk you through my favourite buy of this month, showing you how I’ll be styling it this Spring!
The beauty market is saturated with products that are boxed in pretty packaging and plastered with extraordinary claims, but do they really work and is it worth dropping the cash for this seasons current must-have anti-ageing cream? Not necessarily, no. A higher price point does not necessarily mean that it’s more effective.
In this post, I’ve pitted similar products against each other, a splurge and a steal, talking about my personal experience with them and how they’ve helped to boost my skin. I’ve made some recommendations about where you should spend your money, taking into account that you lovely readers will have different budgets.
All the products in this post are products which I love; I’ve personally used and that I trust to deliver results.
It’s crazy to think that it’ll soon be the first birthday of iambecca.com. It’s a project that I wanted to get off the ground long before it launched; as I’ve said before, the biggest hurdle for me was finding the confidence to put myself out there. Once the blog had launched it was a case of figuring out how to juggle it with a demanding full-time job; definitely something I’d underestimated.
Drawing on my experiences over the last year I’ve come away with a lot of learnings. I’ve put this post together as an updated version of a post I wrote last year – Blogging: What I’ve Learnt This Year. So, if you’re reading this and you’re a part-time blogger my wins and fails may help you in some way or if you’re just perusing this post and want a little insight into what we bloggers do, read on…
Four years ago I wasn’t a trainer girl; at all. I probably only had one pair in the back of my cupboard for the rare days I’d frequent the gym. Now I have about twenty and the collection is growing, fast. I bought my first ‘fashion’ trainers after seeing them on a photo shoot for a womenswear brand I used to work for. The stylist styled every look that day with a pair of Stan Smith’s and I was amazed at how versatile they were. They just worked; with everything! At that time, the Adidas Original’s trend had emerged onto the fashion scene, sweeping across street style sites and numerous blogger social feeds.
In my world comfort always wins and trainers are just so d*mn comfy! Style them up or dress them down, trainers really are the most versatile shoe in my wardrobe. Here’s why…