Introducing The Advertisers #21
Another month is now behind us so that means only one thing and it's time to share the latest round up of advertisers who have been on my sidebar throughout November.
Melbourne girl Julia is the face behind the blog The Sunday Mode. Her blog focuses on beauty, lifestyle and then personal style so she has an awesome mix of content up for your perusal. She recently wrote a great post on picking the perfect gift for someone which is super helpful for the upcoming season. You can keep up to date with Julia on;
Studio Cosette is a jewellery brand that is inspired by minimalism, simplicity and fun geometric shapes which are able to be worn effortlessly on an everyday basis. The pieces stocked are often made from recycled metals which adds a fun twist to the pieces as no two items will be the same.
The guys over at LOUD Makeup have worked hard to create an awesome line of makeup brushes that are not only 100% cruelty-free & vegan. But, are also of a high quality, stylish and can slot into the budget of every makeup lover out there. They've got an awesome ethos behind the brand and believe that everybody should have the freedom to express themselves and celebrate individuality.
Rhyme & Ribbons is written by Amanda, an American girl currently living in England after studying acting at university. Her content ranges from recipes, beauty, outfits and just general lifestyle posts so you're bound to find something to read. I thoroughly enjoyed her post including these Funfetti Cupcakes as who can resist such sweet goodness? As she was born and raised in America it's so interesting to see British life from a different perspective. You can keep up to date with Amanda on;
An online store that makes my stationery obsessed heart flutter. Fox & Star is such a lovely little store and I've done a full length interview with its awesome owner Ari which you can read here. If you need to pick any Christmas gifts for the stationery lovers in your life be sure to stop by at Fox & Star as they have a huge range of products available including my beloved Rifle Paper Co.
Written by Nicole, a 27 year old Londoner who blogs over at Pink Confetti. Her content is a big mix of things ranging from beauty product reviews to how to deal with working shift work. I found her recent update on her jaw surgery a year on incredibly interesting, I'm a sucker for anything related to health and this was an amazing insight into a complex procedure.