Sunday, 24 November 2013

Hair Glamour

Hair accessories can provide the perfect extra touch of glamour to any outfit. These celebs show the many different ways in which you can do this. Charlize Theron and Emily Blunt keep it simple in jewelled headbands, whereas Sarah Jessica Parker and Nichole Richie go for more extravagant gothic accessories. Diane Kruger and Leighton Meester show how to wear pretty hair pieces and Mischa Barton rocks a more boho head piece.

From the top: Elle Fanning;  Sarah Jessica ParkerMarion Cottilard; Charlize Theron; Diane Kruger; Diana Agron; Jennifer Lawrence; Katy Perry; Leighton Meester; Mischa Barton; Nichole Richie; and Emily Blunt

Sunday, 3 November 2013

It's Gonna Be Warm This Winter

It's got to that time of year now where you can't leave the house without bundling yourself up in a warm coat. So if you haven't already, it's time to invest in a good coat and some wintery accessories!
Here are a pick of my favourite winter necessities from the highstreet:

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Saturday, 2 November 2013

Mary Berry: Ageless Style

Last year, Mary Berry made headlines after she wore a Zara floral bomber jacket on her hit baking show. The £29.99 jacket sold out in a matter of minuets and was seen on sale on for up to £200!

Now the 77-year-old is reaffirming her fashion icon status on the new season of The Great British Bake-Off. The baking queen knows what suits her and is often seen in shades of pink or blue and simple silhouettes. She also favours simple sweaters and blazers with either a necklace or scarf. Having said that, Mary isn't afraid of some experimenting. She has wowed in bright floral blazers and leopard print skirts. A particular showstopper moment, was at the National Television Awards in 2012 when she wore a gorgeous 2-tone blue gown teamed with a chunky pearl necklace.

Proving that fashion really is ageless, I can't wait to see more or Mary Berry's fabulous fashion!

Spooktastic Halloween!

Just a quick post about Halloween - my second favourite time of year (after Christmas of course).
I got to go home to London during the week and hung out with my little cousins. We made Halloween themed cupcakes, which was awesome, although the mess we had to clean up after was not so much fun! Then on Wednesday and Thursday, when I was back in Oxford, my friends and I went out to celebrate Halloween properly! On our first night out, I dressed up as a zombie schoolgirl and had so much fun doing the make-up for it. I watched loads of really good YouTube tutorials to try and achieve a zombie look. On the second night, I was a little less imaginative, and went as a devil. Both nights were so much fun and everyone went all out with there outfits. 
Now I'm getting geared up for Christmas!

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