Like most women, I adore beautifully made hand bags and shoes. They can transform an outfit and instantly reflect who you are or how you feel that day. What's more, bag and shoe shopping do not rely on a certain body size or shape and suit everyone. Last week I decided to treat myself to an investment Mulberry bag.
I love it when friends comment on how stylish they think my little boys are because let's face it, boy's fashion gets a lot of stick.
Those who follow this blog might have noticed a little re-brand recently (hello new scarlet profile picture) from shots taken on a recent shoot I had with the super-talented Kirsty Mattsson.
Style Spotlight shines a light on my style picks. I adore the British brand Mulberry and couldn't resist adding to my collection with this brilliant, bright orange continental wallet. Luckily, I picked it up in the sale for £180 from £225. What's more, in that colour, I can never lose it in my bag. Perfect.
When Baby Burlington got in touch offering to send baby Alexander some of their exceptionally cute clothes, I just couldn't resist. Not only are all their designs produced solely using solar and wind energy (yes, REALLY) but they are also hand painted in the pretty Devon countryside making each one totally unique.
I simply adore Avenue 32 so when I was asked to select my favourite luxury designer bags from this fabulous online collection, I jumped at the chance (trying not to trip up on my Louboutins).
I'm so grateful to receive beautiful blogger's perks and was literally bowled over when the fabulous family run online boutique The Essential One sent us stunning gifts for Baby No 2.
Preparing for Baby No 2's arrival got me thinking back to other monumental days and most recently our wedding day-we celebrated our 7 year anniversary (6 years since the Greek wedding, 7 since the English) last month and time has truly flown by!
I love to rock a vintage frock so when Little Vintage got in touch offering to send some stunning vintage clothes for the toddler, I was simply ecstatic! The coolest of clothes from newborn to 6+, this online vintage boutique is the first of it’s kind and brings beautifully made, vintage pieces from all over the world into one place.
My post No Boys Allowed got a lot of debate going on on the blog the other day and some women mentioned little girls' clothes were much more fun and they found greater choice for girls, struggling with boys' gear for their own or for presents.