• My first collaboration with friends…

    As in with my tempo tea girls – my first collaboration and first gifted products… and it was with my friends! 🙂   When JL asked me to help with a fitness shoot for Tempo Tea I was very excited! I have been on a long and somewhat rollercoaster ride of my fitness journey and my friends asking to help them out was a lovely and much welcomed surprise. They asked me about a month in advance – which was amazing because it gave me a chance to get into prime fitness shape – for me.  I had slowly been letting myself slide cause I’ve been procrastinating. I haven’t been…

  • Is adulting overrated…?

    Adulting IS overrated… but necessary. Life is hard and there is shit you have to do even if you don’t like it.  What is adulting? I’ve seen this word used quite a lot.  In fact I use it on a daily basis. I’ve been having to do a lot of adulting recently – acquiring a new full time job, that requires the limited spare time I have left to do the ‘adulting’ menial tasks before leisure time. Which in turn means it floats across my brain a hell of a lot.  The dictionary defines ‘adulting’ as;  “the practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the…

  • How I Style Sale Steals: Mix and Matching…

    I love a good bargain… who doesn’t? The reason why I am starting my Style Sale Steals: Mix and Match is because I find that by the time I go around to posting my looks they are either sold out or have disappeared from the internet. So here we go – How I Style Sale Steals: Mix and Matching… the new sale buys with what I already have in my wardrobe.    I was wondering around the shops the other day – the nearest one that has decent shops to me is Glasgow Fort (ever been there?). I noticed that most of the shops had crappy one or two rail…

  • My One Year Blog Anniversary!

    Happy Birthday to Style Irregular, Happy Birthday to SI, Happy birthday to Meeeeee! Celebrating my one year blog anniversary by changing up my site. what do you think?   I’ve been debating changing the layout for a while but I wasn’t sure if I should or if it was the right thing to do … you know the whole if it ain’t broke don’t fix it type of mentality. But it’s been a whole year… a whole 365 days since I started this journey. I figure that since I’ve grown and changed so much as a person and as a blogger that it makes sense to change the layout of…

  • The 2018 Review: Part 3 (The Last one!)

    September   Celibacy Dating, is it worth it?   It feels so weird re-reading this as I was chatting about celibacy dating then and now I am currently chilling in my room with my boyfriend… and we definitely don’t have a that sort of dynamic! Ahaha. It feels weird because I’m in such a different place now. This post talks about how I tend to put the others feelings before my own – especially sexually. I would usually feel quite frustrated and annoyed at myself. I felt my inhibitions were stopping me from utilising sex to its maximum capacity. I am too busy being in my own head and worrying…

  • The 2018 Review: Part 2

    And the review continues on… this 2018 Review: Part 2 covers my posts from May to August!    May  The type of love I don’t want…   This post I talk about my first love, HM, and how I was so attached to him. In fact I generalise that nearly everyone feels that way about their first love, because you’ve never been in love before. You have nothing to compare it too and therefore you just fall.  Another fact I bring up is that I love to listen to sad songs when I am writing! Ahaha I have no clue why I’ve always been a person that listens to sad…

  • The 2018 Review: Part 1

    Lets take a trip down memory lane, in my 2018 review. Not because I didn’t manage to get any photos scheduled for this weeks post… *cough* but because it is the last post before 2019 and I am very organised and smart to do this post 😀 *cough*   But despite my complete lack of foresight for this moment, aka not having a shoot organised for my last ever 2018 post, this couldn’t be a better opportunity to look back and reflect. Which is basically the traditional mindset that people are usually feeling at this time. I think… its hard not to at this time. When something ends its usually…

  • How a blog post cost me a job…

    GET THE LOOK Earrings: H&M, old. Alternative options here, here and here. Jumper: Primark, can’t find it. Alternative here. T-shirt: Primark Trousers: Zara, old. Alternative here, Trainers: Marks & Spencer, sold out. Alternative here. Photographer: Connull Drummond That is correct… a blog post I wrote cost me a job. And it wasn’t for the reasons I thought it would be…   Ever since I’ve graduated all I wanted was a job in marketing, working for a company I believe in and get along with the my colleagues. That has been my dream when I started and finished my Postgraduate in International Fashion Marketing.  And still is now.  But, like most…

  • How do you know your being brave?

    GET THE LOOK Jacket: H&M Top: Primark Skirt: Primark Shoes: Primark, old. Alternative one here. Socks: ASOS, old. Alternative one here. Photographer: Connull Drummond That is the question on my mind… how is bravery defined? Is being brave something that can be defined with in a blog post? Can you be brave when your scared all the time? I have my own definition of bravery… and that has changed several times throughout the years.  When I was younger bravery was loud, dramatic gestures – like running into a burning building to save someone. Or jumping into a lake to save a puppy.  These are all grand gesture of bravery… for…

  • Everything happens for a reason, heres why…

    GET THE LOOK Jacket: ASOS, old. Similar one here. T-shirt: ASOS. Dress: Zara, old.Similar one here. and alternative, fun one here. Belt: Topshop, old. Similar one here and alternative one here. Trainers: Primark Scarf: Old Pressie. Photographer: Connull Drummond  It’s such a cliche isn’t it? Everything happens for a reason. I know people hate cliches but I don’t. They are cliches for a purpose. Check out my thoughts on cliches and this one in particular.   My go-to online dictionary has defined a cliche as a noun that “is a trite, stereotyped expression…a popular or common thought or that, that has lost originality… impact by long overuse”. Of course it…

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