Posts tagged Style
Style Investments I Want To Make In 2019

Investing in different style pieces has become something that I absolutely love doing. And for me, when it comes to buying something that’s fairly expensive I always like to make a list as not only do I find this helps me when it comes to spending money. But, it also helps me make sure that it’s going to be something that I really get good use out of and it’s not a flippant purchase as those are typically the items that I always end up regretting and there is nothing worse than knowing you’ve bought something you’re not going to get the most out of. So far this year I’ve not invested in much style wise as the I find the investment purchases I want to make tend to be more suited towards the colder weather and even though the sun has only just come out A/W is going to roll around quickly enough and this is what I want to invest in.

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Rebecca WarrinerStyle
My Style Essentials For A Typical British Summer

Just in case you’ve missed every single person in the UK moaning about the weather let me tell you that it’s been absolutely foul lately. I don’t think I’ve ever known rain as heavy or as often as we’ve had in the past couple of weeks. It’s rained every single day, often all day and to say it’s put a dampener on my enthusiasm for summer is an understatement. I’d tucked away all my coats and knitwear in favour for summer dresses and sandals but sadly there’s been absolutely no way I’ve been able to put those on so I’ve been turning to style essentials for a typical British summer instead.

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Rebecca WarrinerStyle
Dressing For When You're Bloated #2

Little did I know one of the most searched things that land people on this blog is a query of dressing for when you’re bloated, a post I wrote a couple of years ago and never gave much thought to doing a follow-up. But, as there isn’t a day go by that I’m not nursing a painfully bloated stomach I’ve had to learn to dress for it. And in all honesty, it’s all too tempting to just wear sweatpants but not all occasions are sweatpant friendly so this is what I reach for in those instances…

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Why Fast Fashion Is So Hard To Quit

There is only one item of clothing in my wardrobe that is from a sustainable brand and considering how much I care about the state of the planet that horrifies me. The rest of my albeit small wardrobe is all from fast fashion brands and we all now know thanks to Stacey Dooley how terrible that is for the world and I know that so many of us are trying to contribute less to that industry. I was absolutely clueless to the effects that fast fashion was having on the world and the facts are hard to ignore. That doesn’t mean it’s that easy though so I thought I’d share my thoughts on why shopping sustainably isn't as easy as we might like to think.

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Rebecca WarrinerStyle
What I Wore For A Practical Holiday & A Free Packing List

-this post contains a gifted item-

It’s been a long time since I’ve packed an overnight bag let alone for a week-long holiday. Before I moved in with my boyfriend I was an overnight bag pro but these days, not so much and I can’t deny that I have the tendency to overpack so the prep for our week away was intense. A question that often slides in my DM’s is about the more practical clothes I wear as I know all too well that when it comes to that type of clothing is that often it’s not the most stylish option out there so bridging the two can be difficult And I’ve been meaning to do a round up of the most loved practical clothing pieces for a while so this post is the perfect opportunity to do that as well as give you a little packing list just incase you’re going on an adventure anytime soon.

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4 Winter Style Pieces I'm Taking Into S/S & My Current Style Inspiration

-this post contains gifted items-

Now, I don’t want to get my hopes up and transfer all my warm weather clothes onto my clothing rail only to be disappointed when it’s 10 degrees for the entirety of April. But, I can’t deny that things are feeling a lot warmer and I’m getting a little balmy in my big chunky knits at the moment. Whenever I do transfer my clothes across I tend to like to do it in sections and there are always plenty of things that I keep from my A/W wardrobe and this year they are;

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S/S Capsule Wardrobe Plans

The irony that I’m sat writing this and snow is falling from the sky is almost too much to handle. I admit, my excitement for warmer weather is a little pre-emptive this year as we had that freak heatwave (a serious reminder that global warming is very much a serious threat) a couple of weeks ago. And after getting a taste of warmer weather it got me itching to pull out my pretty midi dresses as well as add a few more pieces to my wardrobe. I created a little capsule wardrobe post for A/W and it worked really well for keeping my spending on track so here is the S/S instalment.

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The Best Things I Wore In January

-this post contains gifted items-

Winter style is something that I’ve come to rather enjoy, not something I ever thought I’d be saying because I’m absolutely married to my pretty midi dresses come summer but getting bundled up in layers and exploring different textures has become one of my favourite things to do. This January the weather has been a little unpredictable, often it’s been over 10 degrees and then we’ve seen lows of -3 so finding a happy balance has been a little tricky and then let's not forget the false sense of security that the winter sun gives you.

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