I'm a real Mulberry Girl. In fact, you could probably say I'm obsessed. So obsessed that my 35th birthday cake was in the shape of my trusty Bayswater.
I love bags, all bags (and shoes, dresses, jewellery and beauty products too of course) so those are things I share a lot of, over on my YouTube channel.
I have a slight obsession with Mulberry bags (OK...make that a MAJOR obsession).
It's my birthday tomorrow (Monday), so on Friday I decided to treat myself to a little shopping trip in Leeds with my Publicist and friend, Hayley.
Autumn has definitely set in now – the leaves are turning, the temperatures are dipping and the nights are getting darker. So, it can only mean one thing – time to invest in our biggest fashion purchase of the year, the winter coat.
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.
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.
We increasingly live our lives online and I simply can't imagine a day without my iPhone. In fact I left it at home the other day and had a mild panic at the thought of not being connected because we seem to be online a lot of the time.
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.