There’s nothing I love more than a good bargain, especially if the bargain is also a great cruelty-free beauty product! I’ve openly admitted before that I’m not the best with makeup. A self-confessed ‘shit girl’ when it comes to application, I pretty much have three alterations of one look down.
Feminism has given us so much: the right to vote, governance over our bodies, (almost) equal pay. This progress permeates our everyday lives, right down to our morning beauty routines. No one has the right to make anyone feel less powerful like they cannot achieve their dreams because their heads
Remember back in the day when you couldn’t imagine getting dressed without wearing a vest top? You probably paired it with a pair of cargo pants, beaded bracelets and threw a skirt on top for good measure. Just me? Didn’t think so. Goodbye is never really goodbye with such stylings.
Be honest: How many times do you eat out every week, and how much does it cost you? It’s a scary figure, right? With Glasgow becoming oversaturated with expensive chains such as Pret a Manger, Starbucks and Nandos at every corner, it means that the indie vendors can end up becoming
A matching outfit is a style we have taken on since birth bibs and booties. Huge in the 50’s and 60’s – mostly due to having one reel of fabric – it’s now back with a chic twist as we take co-ords to the next level. A swift turn for
When it comes to fashion, the words “sustainable” and “eco-friendly” used to have people envisioning a sea of hemp sacks and Crocs. Luckily, this isn’t the case anymore. With many people taking the environment into consideration the growth within the sustainable fashion industry is making responsible duds chicer than ever. Some
It’s finally happened, I have joined the sneaker society. Trainers have never really been my bag but since last year, they’ve replaced the stiletto as the shoe du jour. Even all the major fashion houses got in the game, opting for some more not-for-the-gym kinda kicks. But if like me
As it turns out, 2015 was the year of moving forward, taking risks and doing things that scare me. In a fashion sense, it was the year I declared myself free from fashion rules and yet, still managed to purchase too many polo necks and ankle boots. The thing is,
That can only mean one thing – IT’S CHRISTMAS! This year I purchased my first Christmas jumper. It’s not the most festive or even cheesy, it was purely for the love of Drake. It’s been way too dark to take outfit pictures recently which put a spanner in my three
Black Friday. It’s one of those shopping dates associated with pulled hair and angry people shouting at their internet modems, and today is no exception. With everyone and their granny taking part, it’s making the bargain hunters (hello!) of the world loose their shit over what can be saved for
Some people find inspiration in art, icons, and history. Others find it through cartoons that we still prowl the internet to stream on a regular basis. No judgement here, I likely fall into both categories and so does my new collaboration partner, British Accessories Designer Sara Sboul. Sure, we may
I have always considered myself as an art lover, but after my recent visit to the Turner Prize exhibition I realised I much prefer to my masterpieces up close and personal, like hanging in my wardrobe. Thanks to The Rodnik Band, I was transformed into real life Pop Art for the