The London Look: Mint Skater Dress, Black Patent Belt and Shoes, Statement Eye Makeup – Wheelchair Fashion

Top to Toe Beige Floral hair Clip – £4 Makeup by Alva Naturals – Lipstick  //  Khol Pencil in Black  //   Mascara in Black  //  Pigment Pot *(step by step run through of this look to come)* Outfit – Dress from Yours  //  White Eyelash Cardigan from The Factory Shop – £15  //  Black Velver FeelTights £8 M&S  //  Black Patent Ballet Shoes from the Factory Shop – £6 Jewellery – Earrings from Claire’s – £2.50 //  Scented Necklace in Mark Jacob Daisy Fresh I have posted so much information about what I have learned from the series of […]

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Wheelchair fashion: casual cream slouch jacket and monochrome – lovely layers and amazing accessories #OOTD

Love New York Tee from Pink Clove – £4   //  Cream slouch jacket from Asos – £25  //  Monochrome peg trousers from Asos – £11  //  Monochrome print infinity scarf from Dorothy Perkins – £5  //  Biker boots from Asos – £25 This is ‘phase one’ of the capsule wardrobe I talked about in last weeks ‘What I Wore Wednesday’ post, so I’m a little out of sync and repeating items two weeks in a row.  I won’t apologise for that as these trousers are so fine!  I have teamed them in this look with a gorgeous New York […]

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Brooching the subject: pins things and blingy accessories – my picks

I have a rolling ‘wish list’ that I keep on my phone.  It is filled with all the lovely potential purchases; things I’d like to buy if I have the pennies and can find them at a price I am happy to pay.  I am a very frugal shopper, and I find that listing my current ‘must have’s’ actually gives be focus when I have the energy to hit the high street, or when I’m looking around online, so I don’t get reeled in my impulse purchases.  Well, not often. 😉 I have a very minor problem, which thus far […]

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JOTD: A selection of my current favourite girly bling – jewellery review

Jewellery of the day I love a bit of girly bling – otherwise known as jewellery.  I own mostly costume jewellery, largely because it’s inexpensive so I can buy more of it.  I love handmade, store bought, silver, gold, pearl or bead and everything in between.  I am in total awe of people who make jewellery themselves.  I personally am hapless when it comes to anything that requires the use of fine motor skills and prolonged concentration.  A macaroni necklace would be about the limit of my non-existent ‘talent’. To that end, I hit the shops (real or virtual), and […]

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