I recently had the pleasure of modelling this super cute 100% cotton tee for Mischief Made! I love having the opportunity to model more casual outfits because casual is my style the vast majority of the time.
Happy lockdown, guys, gals and everyone else! I’m reviewing the #beachathomebox today featuring a booze juice called Aloha 65 and a nail varnish from London Grace; I have to pop this paragraph in here as part of my agreement with Hype Experiences, the experience manager providing me with the products:
“Thank you @hype_experiences_london for arranging this media delivery. If you are a content creator, I recommend joining their community to review products! More info here https://hypeexperiences.com/about-for-reviewers“
Full disclosure: this is my first experience with Hype and I paid £2 to receive and review the products! First onto the bottle of Aloha 65 which initially drew me to the listing to review…the branding is super pretty and, as a gal who enjoys a bit of retro shizzle and simple design, I was pretty much sold on this product visually straight away. I really like the look of the bottle and the website; bright, colourful and tropical! Seems like my sort of beverage! The flavours mentioned on the label are pineapple, ginger, chilli and lemon which sounds already like something I’d mix up into a drink. Lovely stuff, promising.
Ahoy everyone, I hope you’re doing well despite the current strange circumstances and are doing your part by staying at home to save lives, curbing the spread of coronavirus in the UK.
You may have seen in the news/on social media that during the various COVID-19 lockdown periods there have been bursts of applause happening in multiple countries to show thanks to front line workers while the majority of people are locked down in their homes. This is now coming to the UK, starting tonight at 8pm on Thursday 26 March 2020!
The Spring 2020 quarterly edition of The Chap magazine is out now, and this quarter there’s a little something in there…me! I’m pleased as punch to have one of my #throwback modelling photos included in their Hollywood gallery.
Ahoy there, so I haven’t done many posts about *me* as the blogger behind the words as of yet so I’m unsure where this fits on the site, but hey ho. You can get to know me a bit here and judge me by my answers! I wrote this a while back and thought I should finally post it up.
Thanks very much to Lucy of Lucy Goes to Hollywood for nominating me in the Sunshine Blogger Award, which has a goal to inspire positivity and creativity in the blogging community (this can only be a good thing!). Follow her blog here and her twitter tag @lucyjadebuglass 🙂
Six weeks ago, if you’d asked me to describe my “happy place,” I would have talked about my wedding day. Now that I’ve experienced the International Cheese & Dairy Awards media launch, it’s a little too close to call.
If you don’t like cheese, this is where you stop reading (there are plenty of other Fork My Piehole posts that will work for you instead so check those out).
Picture yourself in a white room draped with cloths, grapes, figs, you’re handed some Prosecco, and most importantly there’s more cheese than you could ever eat. Are you in heaven? No, you’re at the International Cheese & Dairy Awards media launch. And yes, this is an event that already happened, but in just two short weeks the real deal is coming to a field near you if you live in Nantwich: the International Cheese & Dairy Awards 2019, and guess who’s been invited to be a part of the judging panel.
Hello hello, good day to you readers! I haven’t posted a great deal about my photoshoot life under the name Stephanie Jay but I’m starting to do shoots more again this year, so expect posts about clothing and lingerie coming your way!
To get the ball rolling, I’m whipping up a little post today about a shoot I had in Lasssssssssss Vegas wearing some lush What Katie Did shapewear and stockings! They’re a brand I’ve loved for a long time so I’m sharing the feels with you. So, where was I?
KONBANWA! World, I need to tell you about a show I’ve been obsessed with since around November… you’d easily scroll past it on Netflix and I feel you all need this goodness in your lives!
Oh my gosh! What do we have here? A bloomin Autumnal treat, that’s what we have! Rocket Originals have knocked it out of the park, producing a knitwear dream twinset inspired by another vintage pattern and to be honest it looks exactly like the original advert below! I’m featuring the rust version because I feel like a pumpkin spice Autumnal dream wearing these colours!
Today I’m reviewing the Geva dress by one of my favourite brands, Violets In May. They are self described as making figure-loving vintage inspired threads for pin up dolls, rockabilly bad girls and mid-century mamas! I own a lot of Violets in May pieces so you’ll see this name cropping up on FMPH more and more, as a brand I am pleased to endorse.