Hey Girls!

I'm Carol, a wife, mother and Content Creator.
I love creating online content for my blog, YouTube channel and Instagram.
Taking pretty pictures, sharing tips and inspiration and talking to my readers
and followers about things I like excites me so much!


Saturday 23 May 2015

Blue Leaves

Heels - Zara
Clutch - Primark (old)

I have been going to quite a few events lately, as the months start to get warmer I love to go out a lot more and any chance to get dressed up is even better.  I attended a wedding last week and this is what I wore.

I absolutely love this dress, its possibly my favorite right now, like if they had it in every colour I would shamelessly purchase them all.  I love show stopping dresses that aren't revealing.  The large blue leaf print gives me such a spring vibe. Don't think I need to say much about the heels, their amazing!! I cant see a link to the heels on Zara's website, but they are still in store.

I'm looking forward to the bank holiday weekend, I'm off to look around Shoreditch for the day and plan to spend the weekend with my family, I hope you all have a good weekend, and thanks for visiting my blog as always!


Tuesday 19 May 2015


Dress - AQ/AQ
Heels - Aldo
Jewellery - H&M

I wore this dress to my surprise party.  AQA/AQ know how to make a dramatic peplum dress! I find this store quite pricey in general, but the price is worth it for a big event, this one is on sale right now.  I also love these multiple strap heels from Aldo.  Even though colour blocking is not really in trend right now, purple and orange will forever be my fave combination.


Thursday 14 May 2015

Birthday Dress

Hey guys, I hope you're all well.  My birthday was amazing, it was more or less a birthday week!  My brother took me to STK on Thursday, which I definitely recommend especially the roof top bar, perfect to chill out after dinner.  My Family then took me to dinner in Soho on Friday. 

On Saturday I had been told I was going to a black and white party, but if it was your birthday you could wear any other colour, I choose to wear an orange dress (will post soon).  So we get to Shoreditch, there was a bouncer at the door (so it looked like a legit night club), we get upstairs and I open the door to see all my family and friends screaming surprise!!! It was the best party ever, I had no idea what they were up to.  I feel really blessed to have family and friends that would go all out to make me feel super special.

I wore this sexy red dress to my family dinner,  I wanted to enter my 30’s looking fabulous! I love this Australian store, their prices are so affordable and they have some really cute pieces.

Thursday 7 May 2015

20 things I have learnt in my 20's

It's my birthday today and I'm the BIG 3-0!!! (insert shocked face emoji!).  I know, I know, I look like I'm barely 18! I find it very hard to convince people of my age. People always say they don’t know where time has gone, but to be honest I feel like I have been in my 20’s for such a long time.  I have been through a lot in life at such a young age, my 20’s were all about finding who I was as a person, making lots of mistakes, having a lot of fun along the way and becoming the person I’am today.  

I thought it would be great to make a post about some of the things I have learnt in my 20’s and I hope it will give those of you some hope if you are going through anything, that its normal and it shall pass.  It’s not all bad, there are some good points in there too.  So here goes: 

 1. You may find that the degree you studied for might be totally unrelated to the job you now have. But don’t worry, it was not a waste of time, you most likely got that job because you have your degree.  I have a degree in Multimedia Technology (web design, programming, graphic design, computer networking etc.) but I work for a Private Equity company as a PA and Events Manager.  Even though its unrelated to my Degree, I'm great with computers and have found that my skills are transferable.
 2. Still touching on the degree subject.  You will have to start from the bottom and work your way up.  I have seen a lot of people that finished university, gain a fantastic degree and expected to get an amazing position straight away or wouldn't work until that happened. I'm not saying you can't get that amazing job, this is more for the people that aren't in that amazing job yet, don’t worry it will come.  Don’t feel defeated because you studied hard for years and feel like you should have a better job then the one your in now.  Those years will teach you a lot and prepare you.  My first graduate job was at 21 and I never felt satisfied, I felt like the wait for that dream job was taking too long. Then I got the job I'm in now at age 27.   I'm now thankful for those years as they trained me from the bottom up. Seeing how far you have come, how hard you have worked is also satisfying, instead of getting everything handed on a plate. 
3. Don’t compare yourself to others.  We all do this, by now we all know the grass isn't always greener and when it comes to social media people only ever post the good things in their life and keep the bad behind closed doors.  The worst comparison we make is wanting to look like the girls on the TV and in our day and age, the popular girls on social media.  When I was younger I use to want bigger boobs, now I couldn't care less, half the time I don’t notice their there and they have no impact in any of my life decisions! 

4. Make sure to travel as much as you can before you get tied down with commitments. 

5. You will lose a few friends, I think this happens any time in life, but it hurts more when that friend was a childhood/school friend.  Just know it's not personal and you probably just grew apart and no longer have the same interests. 

6. Equally you will make lots of new friends.  But this time it's different, Instead of having one group of friends with all the same interests, you will have different type of friends that tap into the different sides of your personality. 

7. Stay at your parents as long as you can and save! Who doesn't want cheap or next to nothing rent for as long as possible with the added addition of free cooked meals! My plan was to stay until I was 30 lol (that didn't happen of course!).      

8. A nice car should be your last investment, cars lose value the minute you buy them.  Focus on your goals first, whether that be buying a house, paying for a course, starting a business etc.

9. The older you get the less you care about what people think, it’s a great feeling!

10. You may have ignored every lecture your parents gave you when you was younger but the older you get the more you rely on their advice.

11.  Stop dieting! I was guilty of this for many years, its just a temporary fix, work out and eat clean.

12. Never stop learning, reading and educating yourself.
13. Learning how to take toxic people out of your life will become easier.

14. You will spend less money in cheap places like Primark and invest more in investment pieces.  I can't be asked to replace items of clothing like its a daily chore! Ain't nobody got time for that!!

15. You will find love when you least expect, probably when your not even looking :-)

16. Learn how to be alone, its great to take time out and have 'me' time.

17. Clubbing will get boring very quickly, you will realise its the same old thing just on a different day!

18. You will eventually learn to love you for you, flaws and all, I wouldn't have believed this at 20 years old.

19. You will learn how to be patient, you cant achieve everything you have ever dreamt of in life in the little time you have probably given yourself.

20.  Be yourself, everyone else is already taken!

Monday 4 May 2015

Palazzo trousers

Trousers- Asos (similar)
Top -  Missguided

Bank holidays are the best, three days off to just relax and have fun is heaven, but I always thought if we had a three day weekend all the time work would be just that little bit more tolerable!  I spent mine relaxing and catching up with what has been my obsession for a while, NCIS! I love it, but I only like the one with Abbey, Mcgee and the rest of the gang.

I recently purchased these palazzo trousers, these are my first and definitely not my last.  I love the fact that there not fitted but can still look sexy at the same time.  Green and mustard go so well together.
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