It’s been a few months since I recapped my outfits. I’ve not felt like getting dressed that much lately so there hasn’t been much to share. I’ve been able to get out a little more lately so now I’m ready to share what I wore, April & May. I finally got my stupid air cast off this month, so I was finally able to wear dresses without looking like a total plank. My Mr Men…

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This week Neil and I tried Hubbox in Plymouth for lunch. Neil has been before and really liked it. We checked the menu and saw that they had some gluten free options so I was excited to give it a try. Hubbox is inspired by American street food. Their burgers are award winning and made from 21 day dry aged Cornish Beef. With a number of locations across the Southwest, Hubbox is a great place…

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A little while ago, I was showing off my fabulous pompom accessories haul from Wear A Rainbow (catch up here). Since then my collection has grown a little! Cass from Wear A Rainbow is a real gem. I have made numerous demands on her time for custom pom pom pieces and she delivers perfectly every time. Today I’m showcasing some of my recent buys. I’ve been really into the high pony tail / messy bun…

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The other day you may have read my blog post all about the fab things that the Old English Company kindly sent me (like my subtle plug? Check it out here) Those lovely people over at the Old English Company are now running a fab little competition. You can win a set of enamel pins! The winner will be picked on 30 May 2018, so get your entry in now! To celebrate the new editions…

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The Old English Company recently got in touch and offered me some products to review. As a small blogger, opportunities like this always mean a lot to me. So I’d like to thank them for this. The Old English Company are a British company selling beautifully hand lettered products. They sell pins, cups and mugs, prints and more. Prices are reasonable and they offer a really lovely selection of hand lettered items. Find their website…

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