Healthy crumble you will love!
Being a mum can be isolating experience.
Strolling through the forest in my black block suede boots from New Look, this darling red coat on my back c/o Jacques Vert, I felt like a 30 something (not so) Little Red Riding Hood.
I've never been one to sacrifice style over comfort. Even at eight months pregnant you'd find me in my fave pair of block heels, whilst my Fendi Baguette bag never left my side during my twenties despite the fact that it's probably the world's smallest bag and I could barley fit my lipstick in let alone my purse, keys and phone!
I've adored fashion forever (literally). I loved nothing more as a young girl than dressing up in my mum's dresses, adorning her statement 80's jewels around my neck and strutting around the house in her heels (a shiny silver t-bar pair were my absolute favourites), I just wish she'd kept them for me now!
Blogging is just so varied and stimulating and well, never (ever) boring, and I can't fully express in words (but I'll try) just how much I love working with the exquisitely refined baby and maternity brand The Essential One. It really is a dream collab for me.
Just over a year ago, thanks to a post I'd written on Mummy's Got Style, I was approached by the luxury designer baby bag brand Nova Harley to model for them. At the time I actually couldn't believe it (there might have been some booty shaking round my living room to celebrate)!
Blogging is utterly brilliant isn't it?! Thanks to my style blog Mummy's Got Style originally and this post HERE, stunning luxury designer baby bag brand Nova Harley hired me to model their beautiful changing bags, and nearly 1 year to the day, and 3 campaigns later, I'm hugely proud to be their model and ambassador.
Juliet is a GP, mum to three children and a health writer. She also has her own running club, runs marathons and fundraises for charity. With a regular column in Women’s Running, a growing online following and plans for a book, Juliet is one inspiring, wonderful woman.
In 2012, Amber Vodegel and her husband John Miles founded Health & Parenting Ltd, which creates apps for pregnant women and parents with young children. Their ambition was to set up a modern app business, which they could manage from home with a remote global team of experts.