Low Light Plant Care: Peace Lily

Tips and tricks for keeping your Peace Lily alive and thriving, even in an extremely low light area.

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Autumn Textures; Pleather and Lace

I’ve always loved the slightly 80’s combination of pleather and lace, and how one compliments the other despite being at different ends of the ‘edginess’ spectrum. This Halloween, I’ve been getting into the spirit of the season by picking out outfit combinations that are more than a little influenced by my inner goth: and whilst she’d […]

Keeping it Casual With New Look Curves

I get so much joy from planning outfit posts and looking through pinterest for style inspiration. As much as I enjoy those carefully crafted type of outfits, one of my favourite instagram hashtags is #whatfatgirlsactuallywear and I adore seeing everyone’s candid daily looks. That got me thinking; why not just pick a day and take some photos of what I’m wearing to post about as […]

Leopard Print & Denim; Bows Upon Bows

I’m very excited about autumn dressing, usually at the change over of seasons I start to feel so invigorated and inspired by clothes again. Over the next couple of weeks I plan on wearing some of the old favourites again, the ones that I’ve had stowed away since March. This sweet little denim shift dress from […]

The Curve Fashion Festival 2016

On Saturday I attended the Curve Fashion Festival in Liverpool thanks to the lovely Chloe, from Chloe in Curve, and Navabi. Whilst I have been blogging about plus size fashion for a little while now, I live so remotely that this was the first event of this kind I have been able to attend, and I learned […]

A Tribute to the Maxi Dress… OOTD

When I first started looking for ways to feel love for my body I rejected ‘flattering’ clothes completely and maxi dresses were amongst the first things I stopped wearing. To me they represented years of hiding my body in the summer under a voluminous maxi and a cardigan; I wanted to never even look at one […]

Chronic Pain & Guilt

A couple of weeks ago, Georgina Grogan (of She Might Be Loved) ran a series of guest posts on her blog under the umbrella of ‘Chronic Pain Awareness Week’. I found it incredibly eye-opening in so many ways, not least because it highlighted the experiences of so many people who suffer with chronic pain in one form or […]

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