I’m hoping you are all having a great start to the New Year, not long now until pay day and then the shopping sprees can start again!
I’ve found some great articles that I know you’ll love, so take some time out, grab a cuppa and have a read of some of these!
Selfridges has this great article about “10 commandments for radiant new year skin” and at No. 3 is a product I tried summer last year, The Super Elixir by WelleCo, which really helps to give you energy by having a highly specialised alkalising greens supplement with vitamins and minerals. The only downside to this product is the cost £££! Take a look for yourself and check out Sefridges’ other recommendations here.
Catherine Bruce, guest blogger for Loved by Lizzi, has written this fabulous blogpost on her own site, Style & Coach, called “New Year, New You and Your Business Casual Wardrobe”. Dress down Fridays or business casual can be difficult, and if you are looking for promotion or simply to get ahead in business then you need to make sure your making the right first impressions! Take a read here for her fabulous tips. I especially agree with avoiding lycra 😉
|Today’s look on Knickers Model’s Own|
Caroline Jones from Harpenden is wearing charity clothes 24/7 throughout 2015, to help raise funds for Cancer Research UK, in memory of her mother. I love the name of her Facebook page “Knickers Models Own” as she states “My knickers are always my own.” I’ve donated £10 for this great cause because it’s a wonderful way to raise money and you know her mother would be so proud! After I donated, I got this message from Caroline which I thought I would share with you: “Remember, looking good makes you feel good. Dress up in something that makes you feel happy, gets you noticed, reminds you of a loved one and then get out there and live your life. Caroline x” To have a peek at here outfits click here or to donate click here.
|Image from the Telegraph|
I’m loving this article by Natalie Kingham, who writes for the Fashion section in the Telegraph, on “How to pack stylishly for a work trip”. She has some really smart tips; if your like me having to pack light on business trips then Natalie shares some great advice about selecting clothes that are versatile and light-weight. One I’m thinking of using is travelling wearing a hat rather than having to use an umbrella, she explains that this can be difficult if you have lots to carry! Take a look for yourself, here.