It’s that time of year where we see all the mid-season sales out in full force on our high streets! For that reason, we know all you fabulous ladies are on a major bargain hunt…How much can you buy for £30, £20 or even £10? Did you find a better bargain than your friends?
So without further ado, we would like to introduce you to this weeks Clothing at Tesco Loves blogger who knows a thing or two about finding a great fashion bargain, meet… Little Paper Swans.
Cathryn is the queen of finding great style pieces at affordable prices. Searching high and low through charity shops and the high street she effortlessly puts her look together, to create a chic personal vintage-esque style. She also has quite the eye for teaming Clothing at Tesco pieces together to create a true fashionista look!
She makes us see that it’s the little touches that count; a unique bag, touch of red lipstick or statement jewellery pieces to team with simple tops. We often look at her style and say, “why didn’t we think of that?” Cathryn keeps on-trend teaming some of the latest style pieces, like this black leather biker jacket, with a simple dress and heals to create a super glamorous look.
You can follow Cathryn’s bargain-licious style on her Facebook or Twitter pages.
If you’re looking for vintage-style 1950’s inspiration – possibly our favourite decade for fashion that flatters – then look no further than our blog of the week… Pocket Rocket Fashion!
Pocket Rocket Fashion is a hub of deliciously affordable fashion finds, collected by Lauren, the pocket-sized, curvy fashionista at the helm of the blog, Lauren founded her cute blog back in August 2009 when she decided to put all her fashion know-how to work to create Pocket Rocket Fashion.
We love Lauren’s eye for style and glamour, and her eye for simple touches that make all the difference to an outfit, like a kitsch themed brooch. Our favourite look is her amped up old-school Hollywood glamour outfit which teams elegant black lace with lavishly ruched floral textures in a way that screams demure goddess. This outfit would be perfect for weddings, the races, or a fun night out.
Don’t forget to follow this fiery lady over on Twitter @lapocketrocket
Hello my lovelies!
Rain, rain, go away… I think its safe to say the weather has got us reaching for our wellies, jumpers and waterproofs this week! We’ve set up our April Showers edit on site with everything you need to keep you and your family puddle-proof! But it is Friday, so time to duck out of the rain and announce our blogger of the week… The Ramblings Of Mrs Bebe!
This fabulous blog was created by the lovely Becky Barnes, aka Mrs BeBe; a super stylish business woman who’s vintage mad, married and a mother of one.’ We love how she mixes affordable high street fashion with vintage finds and makes it oh-so-chic and on trend! Also if you find yourself in a bit of a struggle to wear an item differently, you should definitely check out her post on Dotty Dress 3 Ways for some style tips!
Mrs BeBe is a very busy lady. Not only does she run her popular blog singlehandedly, but she also likes to get other blogs involved in special features – such as the Plus Size Swimwear Challenge where she gets her blogger friends to road test different swimsuits to give readers a greater scope about what’s on offer. Spot on lady!
As well as fun and helpful features, she’s also curating Plus North 2012, a plus size blogger event showcasing lots of fantastic event – we say grab your tickets now so you don’t miss out!
You can also follow this very resourceful young lady on Twitter over at @MrsBeBe!
Have a fab weekend ladies! x
Happy Friday everyone! We can’t wait to get the weekend started, and if you’re anything like us, you’ll love hunting down outfit inspiration for your next clothes haul – and this week we’ve been glued to EmilinaLove.
At the helm of this insightful fashion blog is Emily Eleanor, a fab Creative Writing student from Birmingham with an obsession for all things grunge and vintage. Think Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen meets Alexa Chung glam grunge fashion.
As well as her fab fashion finds we also love how Emily puts together deceivingly affordable outfits that scream high-end British fashion, with inspiration from London’s East End and boutique fashion stores.
We especially love this glam outfit, which is a mixture of high street and online, with the faux fur coat from yours truly!
Be sure to add her blog to your reading list, and don’t forget to follow her on twitter!
Happy fantastic weekend everyone!
Happy Friday everyone, it’s that wonderful time of the week where we can wind down and share one of our favourite fashion blogs with you! This week, we thought we’d point you in the direction of a little gem of called Strutt, written by Fashion Design graduate Charlene.
Charlene has an unmistakable passion for vintage clothing, as well as having a great eye for what’s hot – and what’s not! Her personal style is fab and she embraces the 60’s look with a touch of modern charm. We particularly like her outfit in her recent post Lace & Faux Fur, with faux fur being bang-on-trend this winter, and perfect for keeping you toasty even on those blisteringly cold days.
One of the things we particularly love about her outfit choices is her extensive hat collection – especially this one, which looks just right with the gorgeous velvet dress, giving it that slightly rocky look.
So whether it’s faux fur or animal print, Charlene’s blog is definitely one to watch, Don’t forget to follow her on Twitter to get the latest updates!
Happy Friday everyone – time for a nice relaxing weekend! And what better to start things off than to catch up with a wonderful fashion blog. This week, we thought we would feature the lovely Blah Blah Becky!
Blah Blah Becky is a fashion, beauty & lifestyle blog, written by the fabulous Becky (in case the name didn’t give it away). She has a slightly grungy vintage personal style, and we especially love very on trend print jumpers such as this cute deer one, and this amazing racoon one.
Becky also has more than a few features and tips up her sleeve, such as her recent guide to Christmas shopping in London, and some really useful photography pointers in her post about the difficulties of blogging in winter.
Needless to say, it’s a great blog to get help you get into the Christmas spirit, so be sure to check it out!
Oh and if you’re a twitterholic, don’t forget to follow her!
Happy Friday everyone! This week has rushed past, but luckily we have managed to squeeze in a bit of time to catch up with our favourite blogs. This time, we thought we’d share with you a fantastic blog called Ellie and.
The blogs creator, Danni has a great eye for fashion and has a fab vintage look. We love her entire outfit in her post: Well Boo Hoo , which has really got us thinking about some great 50’s inspired combos. One of the things we really like about her outfit posts is the wonderful jewellery she always wears – just check out this splendid key necklace in her most recent post.
Not only does Danni put together some fab outfits, she can also whip up some very tasty looking treats. These cookies look absolutely delicious and our mouths are watering just looking them.
It’s truly a great blog with heaps of inspiration! Be sure to check it out, and as ever, be sure to follow her on Twitter.
Happy Friday! We’ve been busy this week scouring through our favourite blogs to decide which one to share with you. It’s always tough with so many fab blogs out there, but this week we simply had to mention Maria’s great vintage style, as seen on her blog Frills “n” Spills.
Maria has a great sense of style, and certainly provides some brilliant style inspiration for this season’s ‘Return of Retro’ trend. We particularly loved this 40’s influenced floral dress featured in her ‘mum’s the word’ post, and found it really hard not to fall for this vibrant red skirt – we’ll certainly be keeping a look out for something similar!
To top off all the fantastic outfit selections, she also regularly posts recipes including mouth-watering photos, such as this post on how to make a delicious looking apple and blackberry sponge pudding.
So whether you are into vintage styling or fancy trying your hand at one of her recipes, be sure to add Frills “n” spills to your reading list today!
Don’t forget to follow her on Twitter too!
Yay! It’s Friday and that means it’s time to get comfy, settle down and check out one of our favourite blogs of the week. This week we’ve been adoring the vintage styling by Rosie Blake on her rather lovely blog: Rosie Glow.
Rosie is a creative at heart and loves all things to do with fashion, art and music, which really shines through with her gorgeous outfits. Even though it’s getting colder we have been lusting over this pleated mini outfit! It’s a fab feminine twist on a masculine bowler hat and we love how the colour of the necklace really pops against her amazingly cute orange skirt.
She also certainly isn’t afraid to mix things up, just take a look at the way she pulls of these great Clothing at Tesco leopard print shoes- fantastic!
Be sure to add Rosie’s blog to your reading list as it’s a great place to head for inspiration, and we’ll definitely be taking note of a few handy tips.
Oh and don’t forget to follow her on Twitter!
Have a great weekend!
It’s Friday and it’s been a week jam-packed with style inspiration in the blogosphere! This week we have been reading the fantastic From Gem with Love written by the talented Gem (if the name didn’t already give it away)!
One of the best things about Gem’s blog is the quality of her photography. It’s something she’s clearly passionate about and her photos show her talent well. Her photographs of flowers are beautiful – she even did a bit of a photography tutorial recently to help her readers improve their own. We’re definitely big fans of the fashion and photography mixture!
Gem’s sense of style is lovely, and we particularly loved her post, Tangerine Dream, where she looked gorgeous in a dress from F&F! She’s also got a keen eye for vintage finds, check out this gorgeous satchel that we’ve completely fallen for!
As always, don’t forget to follow her on Twitter