Style and Fashion, over 40.

Why I Grew Out my Pixie...then Chopped it off Again!


Let's talk about hair...


Hair can be a wonderful thing.
You can cut it.
Colour it.
Grow it.
Style it.
Play around and have fun with it.

If you love your hairstyle, it's easily maintained.
If you get bored easily, your hair can change with a few snips!

Mother nature decides how you look, and sometimes she doesn't share out the attributes too fairly!

You can't do anything about your face.
{Without resorting to dramatic medical procedures}

You can't do anything about your height, and very little about your body-shape.

BUT...
Your hair is something special.
Your hair can be a whole lot of fun!


If you have been following my blog for a while you will have noticed that I have recently been growing my hair (again!).

My hair has been most colours over the years, from black to (almost) white to green!
It has been in just about every style from waist long hennaed braids, to peroxide and shaved.
I LOVE experimenting with my hair.

Last year I got bored and decided to grow out my pixie cut.

See part one of the Pixie grow-out HERE.
And, part two HERE.

Growing out my hair was fun while it lasted (I loved some of the stages) BUT as my hair crept down I felt my face was being dragged down with it!

I felt frumpy and dowdy and generally "meh".
Syling became a chore.
Washing was a bore and I felt like I had aged 10 years!
Then I saw this....


Short.
Sassy.
Full of attitude.

As I headed to the hairdressers for a "tidy-up and a trim" I found myself asking her to cut it all off.
"Give me back my pixie cut!"
My hairdresser laughed...she knew this was coming!

It feels GREAT.

Four minutes in the shower.
One minute with the hairdryer.
Leaving Ten minutes to do the most relaxing and enjoyable part of my 'getting ready' routine...applying some makeup.

{I find it so relaxing and calming.}

And the best part?
I feel like ME again!

GET SOME HAIR GOODIES...




Tell me your Hair story...

Do you change your hair regularly?
Do you have a style you love/hate?
Are you growing yours out, or tempted to chop it off?
What are your hair issues?

Please share your story in the comments.
I would love to hear your thoughts.


White Jeans & Spring Layers, over 40.

Bonmarché White Straight-legged Jeans | Grey and blue layered spring look, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

White jeans can be tricky to wear can't they?
I love the look of them, but they aren't very practical for 'real life'.
White jeans are undoubtedly a dirt magnet, and certainly can't be worn more than once before heading into the wash.

White jeans can also be unforgiving, showing your underwear (VPL...yuck!) or highlighting any lumps and bumps.

BUT...
White jeans look so fresh, clean and modern!

Wearing white jeans is a great way to look spring-like without losing the extra warmth that denim provides.
They also give off the impression that you are an organised and "pulled together" person.

{Subconsciously people assume that you must be organised...see THIS POST about the messages colour can send.}

White jeans are the perfect transitional piece.

See more white jean outfits...
HERE...in Winter, with a furry hat.
HERE, with green nails!
HERE, in an (almost) all-white outfit.
And HERE....with matching accessories. Frumpy or not? You decided.

Bonmarché White Straight-legged Jeans | Grey and blue layered spring look, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

These white jeans are straight legged and give off a slouchy, laid-back vibe on my narrow frame.
I cuffed the ankle to add to the casual feel... and show off my shoes!

Straight leg jeans are probably the most versatile of all jean styles.
They work for most body shapes and can easily be made to look smart (or as smart as jeans can look!) or very casual, depending on your mood.

This pair are a true (blueish) white that looks bright and crisp against other colours.

Bonmarché White Straight-legged Jeans | Grey and blue layered spring look, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

I decided to keep the colour palette cool and subtle, although this shirt is a warm shade of blue and the peep at the collar is just enough to make these colours "fit" my warm colouring.

Bright white is not a colour I suit.
It makes me look washed out and dark under the eyes, but I still wear it anyway!
Wearing a 'tricky' colour on your bottom half (away from you face) is a great way to make it work for you.

Bonmarché White Straight-legged Jeans | Grey and blue layered spring look, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

This outfit was originally supposed to include bare arms and sliders!
Unfortunately, the weather turned a little cooler, so I added a knit and shoes with a little more cover.

These shoes are still sandals but there is much more leather covering the foot AND I can add a little sock for extra warmth.
{Even a thin sock, like this one, works wonders.}

These photographs were taken at the weekend and although the weather was cool, it was mild enough for (almost) bare toes.
However, today it is frosty... the weather is cooling down again (we had snow yesterday) so my thick socks and chunky boots are back on!

Bonmarché White Straight-legged Jeans | Grey and blue layered spring look, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

Has the Spring weather stalled where you are?
Do you wear/like white jeans?
How do you keep them clean?
Please share in the comments, I love to hear from you.

Bonmarché White Straight-legged Jeans | Grey and blue layered spring look, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

Jeans, shirt & bag: c/o Bonmarche
Jumper: Isle
Scarf: A gift
Shoes: Allsaints
Socks: Topshop (old)

4 Ways to Wear Fishnets | PPP gets a Make-Over!

Boden Midi Skirt, Leopard top, Chunky Brogues &Fishnet tights | Fake Fabulous | 4 ways to wear fishnets

Welcome to the first of the new (and improved?.. you be the judge of that!) Ping Pong Posts.

After 12 months of sending clothes backwards and forwards, we have decided to change things up a little.
Each month Anna, Ann and I are going to style a "classic" item.
An item that many of us will have lurking in our wardrobes.
Items that we might be tired of?
Or, items we always seem to wear the same way?

This month we are styling fishnet tights.

Do you own a pair?


Boden Midi Skirt, Leopard top, Chunky Brogues &Fishnet tights | Fake Fabulous | 4 ways to wear fishnets

Confession time....

Despite wearing (almost) fishnets in THIS POST I don't actually own a pair of fishnet tights because I really don't like them.
I don't like how they look on my legs.
I don't like how they feel on my toes.
I don't like the vibe they give off.

They are not for me at all.

So, when the ladies dropped the fishnet bombshell my heart sank.

However, I do love a challenge so I waited for inspiration to strike.

{Come on inspiration...hurry up!!}

Boden Midi Skirt, Leopard top, Chunky Brogues &Fishnet tights | Fake Fabulous | 4 ways to wear fishnets

I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a pair of fishnets because I knew I would never wear them again.
{Maybe I could get one of my girls to draw the design on my legs? 😛}
Luckily, I happened to come across a pair during one of my charity shop visits and snapped them up.
New, with a 50p price tag... result!

These fishnet tights are a soft khaki colour which were much easier for me to style than the classic black.
I decided the only way to wear something I am not comfortable with, is to team it with things I am very comfortable with.

So, a simple t-shirt and my striped midi skirt came out to help (see this skirt HERE and HERE... and the black version HERE).
The leopard top and stripe skirt acted as a security blanket for my awkward limbs!
My trusty chunky brogues helped make this seem even more like "me".
A plain bag, and statement earrings, finished things off nicely.

My husband said I looked like a character out of an old French Film... I'm not too sure if that was a compliment or not... 😕... Hmmmm.

Unfortunately (?) my fingers went through these tights when I visited the loo, so my spare (opaque) pair had to come out of my bag.
Unsurprisingly, I got over this accident quickly!

I must admit that I am glad to move on from my brush with fishnets and hand you over to some fabulous ladies who certainly know how to rock them!

First, can I introduce you to our guest this month....

Mary from Miss Mary Powers


Mary's blog is full of all things pretty, feminine and stylish.
{After seeing her fishnet outfit I wanted to pack up and go home!}

Blending black and tan effortlessly (with a touch of grey to stop things looking too matchy-matchy) This outfit is the perfect way to make fishnets look casual, and cool.
Strikingly simple but with all of the WOW needed to turn heads.

Be sure to follow Mary on Instagram for more inspiration.


Anna from Anna's Island Style



Anna has taken to this challenge like a duck to water!
{Well, she does swim in the sea everyday... hence those amazingly toned pins}

Of course Anna's fishnets are far from ordinary... they are electric blue!
Mixing blue and green (naughty girl, has she read the rule book?) for a fun and flirty look.
Anna has made these fishnets fit in to her colourful style.
Pop over to her blog for a closer look at those shoes.
Bravo Anna!


Ann from Kremb de la Kremb


How sexy does Ann look here?!
There is something about ripped jeans with patterned tights peeping through....Va va voom!! 
Ann has kept her look simple, casual and fun.
Jeans, a leather jacket and a cheeky t-shirt.
What could be simpler?

Did I mention those SHOES....sigh....I love Love LOVE!



Boden Midi Skirt, Leopard top, Chunky Brogues &Fishnet tights | Fake Fabulous | 4 ways to wear fishnets


What do you think of our new format?
Is there a classic item you would like to see featured?
What about Fishnets...Do you find them easy to wear?
How do you style yours?

Please share your thoughts in the comments.
I love hearing them!

SHOP FOR FISHNETS



Soft Blue, Nude and Peach | Spring Culottes Outfit

Soft Blue top, Nude Biker Jacket, Vagabond sandals | Spring Culottes Outfit, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

I've finally found a pair of culottes I really like.
I love the look of culottes on other people, and have always wanted them to look good on me....but I have had more than my fair share of issues with them!
See my culotte disasters HERE, HERE and HERE
Culottes have caused me a few problems to say the least.

Soft Blue top, Nude Biker Jacket, Vagabond sandals | Spring Culottes Outfit, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

These culottes were hanging sadly on the "Everything for a Pound" rail at my local charity shop.
All crumpled and pathetic looking.

Once I had freshened them up (with a wash and iron) they were as good as new.

Soft Blue top, Nude Biker Jacket, Vagabond sandals | Spring Culottes Outfit, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

The handkerchief pattern was a dream to mix and match with these spring colours.
A soft blue and a peachy tone.
Adding touches of black to pull everything together.

Soft Blue top, Nude Biker Jacket, Vagabond sandals | Spring Culottes Outfit, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

These nude sandals are so sneaky.
They are designed in such a way that I can slip a sheepskin liner into the toe...soft as a cloud, and cosy too.
Perfect for days when you want to pretend it is spring but the thermometer is not so keen!

Soft Blue top, Nude Biker Jacket, Vagabond sandals | Spring Culottes Outfit, over 40 | Fake Fabulous

My nude/blush leather jacket finished this look off perfectly!

CULOTTES: River Island... These are gorgeous...so are these!
SHOES: Vagabond...similar.
BLUE TOP: Vintage... this is nice.
PEACH TOP: Urban Outfitters...this peach shirt would work beautifully.
NECKLACE: Tatty Devine
BAG: Topshop...similar
JACKET: Superdry

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How to Style an 80's Shirt Dress in 2017.

Styling a Vintage dress for 2017 | 80's Vintage Shirt Dress, Vagabond Sandals, Karen Millen Zebra Belt.
This 80's shirt dress couldn't be more typical of the era.
The midi-length full skirt.
The shoulder pads.
The self-coloured belt.
The "wacky" pattern.
The Navy and Jade colours.

It is as typically 80's as an 80's dress can get!

Styling a Vintage dress for 2017 | 80's Vintage Shirt Dress, Vagabond Sandals, Karen Millen Zebra Belt.

So, how can I wear an 1980's dress in the 20-Teens?

Wearing vintage is much easier when you are in your teens, and 20's.
Vintage style on a young woman looks ironic, edgy, quirky and fun.

Much as I love a full-on vintage look, vintage style on an older women can be dangerous territory.
No one wants to look like an old frump in an old dress, do they?

Styling a Vintage dress for 2017 | 80's Vintage Shirt Dress, Vagabond Sandals, Karen Millen Zebra Belt.

This 80's shirt dress is a lovely quality, and a distinctive shape.
Styling it in a traditional way gives the whole outfit a very 80's feel.... all I need is a brushed back perm and some blue eyeliner!

The plain black courts (and matching satin clutch) are the way my Mum would have styled this, back in the day.

{I know that navy courts would have been more authentic but I don't own any!}

Green tights would have been another 'must have' for a co-ordinated 80's outfit.
The necklace at the collar was a typical finishing touch.... although, perhaps a brooch pinned there would have been better?

Maybe some big plastic clip-on earrings and matching bangles would have worked too?

What would you have worn to make this more 'authentic 1980's'?

Styling a Vintage dress for 2017 | 80's Vintage Shirt Dress, Vagabond Sandals, Karen Millen Zebra Belt.

I love how Jake looks slightly embarrassed by this ensemble!

Styling a Vintage dress for 2017 | 80's Vintage Shirt Dress, Vagabond Sandals, Karen Millen Zebra Belt.

In order to make this dress feel a little more 'me' (and a little more 2017) I decided to open it up and layer a striped top underneath.
Turning up the sleeves gave the dress less of a matronly shape, and more of a casual feel.
Removing the green coloured tights was a relief, but it was still chilly so I popped on a pair of nude tights for a little warmth.

{These chunky vagabond sandals now have a sheepskin liner in the front, and my toes were snug as a bug in a rug!}

Removing the self-tie belt and adding a wide one, with a zebra design, brought another pattern into the mix.
Which is always a good idea in my book!
Plain, but chunky, earrings finished things off nicely.

Styling a Vintage dress for 2017 | 80's Vintage Shirt Dress, Vagabond Sandals, Karen Millen Zebra Belt.

Jake seems happier too!

How would you style this dress to make it feel more modern, and more 'You'?
Please share in the comments, I love hearing your thoughts!

DRESS: My MIL's...vintage 80's... she is 4'9", imagine the length on her frame!
SHOES: Tkmax & Vagabond
BAGS: Vintage & Vintage!
UNDERTOP: New Look
TIGHTS: Charity shop find (they were in their packet) and Wolford.
BELT: Karen Millen (found on eBay)
EARRINGS: H&M

Bralet over a Shirt | Leopard, Snake and Satin, over 40.

Leopard Lace Bralet over a Chiffon Blouse, Finery Satin trousers | Fake Fabulous

Bralets (worn over blouses and shirts) were all over the magazines recently, and I must admit to liking the look!

Much like the corset-style wide belt, a bralet worn over a shirt (or blouse) is pretty sexy...without actually revealing any flesh at all!
Your bra is on show but no midriff, or even cleavage needs to be exposed.
You can even wear your own (supportive) bra underneath.
Perfect.

Being over 40 is no excuse for not giving mini trends a go, so tonight I decided to wear this leopard print bralet over a sheer snake-print shirt.

{There's nothing like a spot of pattern mixing when you are nervous of a trend 😝.  I always think that if you go for it full-on you can bluff your way through anything!}

Leopard Lace Bralet over a Chiffon Blouse, Finery Satin trousers | Fake Fabulous

My wide leg satin trousers {Last spotted HERE} seemed the perfect partner for this bralet/shirt combination.
These trousers are comfortable, high-waisted and offer full coverage.
Adding a nice swoosh, as well as an interesting contrast to the lace and chiffon.

Prim and proper brogues, a neutral clutch and some bold (but simple) earrings finished things off nicely.

Are you going to try / Have you tried this trend?
Do you like it?
Please let me know your thoughts by leaving a comment.
I love hearing from you!


BRALET: La Senza (this is nice.... so it this one)
SHIRT: French Connection (very old) ...this would work beautifully!
TROUSERS: Finery...these velvet ones would work.... these are nice too.
SHOES: Clarks... these are cool!
BAG: Tkmax... this one is nothing like mine, but would have looked great!
EARRINGS: H&M...these are lovely.


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Bright Spring Look | Hot Pink Crops & Nautical Stripes!

Bright Spring Look | Hot Pink Crops & Nautical Stripes! Fake Fabulous, over 40

This outfit is one of those that shouldn't really work.
It mixes colours that don't go together and uses proportions that are unflattering and even awkward.
PLUS
None of these colours are my best colours.

{If you want to know what colours work best for you,  check out THIS POST}

The rules of proportion are being ignored here.
Luckily, I've never been much of a fan of rules.
Today the rulebook has left the building!

Bright Spring Look | Hot Pink Crops & Nautical Stripes! Fake Fabulous, over 40

This outfit ticks a few essential boxes for me.
  • Comfortable.
  • Warm.
  • Bright and Cheerful.
  • A nod to spring.... nautical stripes ALWAYS appear in the "new" spring lines.
  • A hint of fun.
  • Hides my ongoing extra 'few pounds'....Must remedy the muffin top (Typed whilst nibbling on some deliciously creamy 72% chocolate....oops)
These trousers are set to be my spring/summer go-to trousers.
The hot pink seems to go with everything!
{See them styled HERE}
I know that sounds silly (how can hot pink go with everything??) but they seem to add life to whatever I pair them with.

Gutties seemed the only footwear worth choosing today, anything else was too dressed up and stuffy looking.
{I had to add a sheepskin liner to these shoes to stop my toes freezing!}

A secret thermal base-layer (plus a vintage silk blouse) under this wool-mix jumper was just enough to keep out the cold.
This pretty silk scarf added a pop of brightness (and extra warmth) just where I needed it.
My fun bag finished things off nicely!

Bright Spring Look | Hot Pink Crops & Nautical Stripes! Fake Fabulous, over 40

Layering a baggy jumper over a baggy shirt, over baggy 3/4 trousers, may be a little shapeless and perhaps not the most flattering ensemble?

I know my waist is not defined.
Yes, my legs are visibly shortened.
BUT, I feel comfortable and ready for the day.
Sometimes you can't beat a little sloppiness!

Do you have a comfortable (but not very flattering) outfit?
Please share details in the comments.
I would love to hear all about it!

TROUSERS: Topshop... similar
JUMPER: c/o Bonmarche
SHIRT: Vintage... similar.
BAG: Tkmax (old)...this one is nice.
SHOES: Guess...these are cool!
SCARF: A gift from a friend....this is pretty.

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Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

Overlining your lips...does it look good?

Overlining the lips seems to be all over the internet at the moment.

MUAs (on youtube) are showing us how easy it is.

{Check out this video by Lisa Eldridge... she makes it look simple and beautiful!}

BUT....
How does this look in real life?
How does the Insta-life-super-lips translate into real life?

See me overlining my lips (using all of the tips and tricks) in the video below...


After the (very simple) simple process of overlining this is how my lips looked...

Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

Hmmmm....
I felt that they looked okay if I was broadly smiling but, in reality, you can't go around grinning all day can you?

Without a smile my lips looked pretty weird.... and a bit dry.
A more glossy lipstick could be the answer but the glossier the lips the more the overlined area stands out.
I look like I might have applied my lippy in the dark.
Or, I am heading out to a fancy dress party!

Overlined lips look great in a brightly lit instant photograph.... not so great in real life.
Not a look I will be repeating.

Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

But, what do YOU think?
Please share your thoughts in the comments.

Does overlining your lips REALLY work? Beauty over 40.

Vintage Pleated Midi Skirt, Superstars & Statement Sleeves, over 40!

Vintage Pleated Midi Skirt, Superstars & Statement Sleeves, over 40!

Today I'm wearing a vintage pleated midi skirt...

What is the most awkward (and unflattering) length of skirt?
In my opinion it's the midi!

{What is yours?}

The midi-length hemline can look seriously frumpy.
This vintage midi skirt was originally part of a wedding outfit worn by my (4' 10") MIL in the 80's.
{See the top/tunic part of the outfit HERE}
This midi skirt must have been a maxi on her!

Vintage Pleated Midi Skirt, Superstars & Statement Sleeves, over 40!

Because of my current birthday-cake-&-can't-be-bothered-doing-any-exercise food baby, this midi is VERY unflattering on the the tummy area!
An elasticated waist and textured pleats coming straight for the waistband....yikes!
Not a great look.

Vintage Pleated Midi Skirt, Superstars & Statement Sleeves, over 40!

Luckily, wearing a sloppy jumper over your midi skirt is a 'trend' at the moment... Phew!
The statement sleeves on this jumper offer even more distraction from my mid-section.





Vintage Pleated Midi Skirt, Superstars & Statement Sleeves, over 40!

I also borrowed my daughter's new adidas superstars.
I love them!
{I am secretly hoping she grows out of them... and soon!!}
Sshhhh...don't tell her I wore them today 😮.

This outfit felt current and incredibly comfortable.
Would you have worn it?

SKIRT: Vintage... no label except "Italian" ... this one is nice.
SHIRT: Urban outfitters... this one is perfect.
JUMPER: Topshop
TRAINERS: Adidas

Vintage Pleated Midi Skirt, Superstars & Statement Sleeves, over 40!

Have you entered the giveaway?

a Rafflecopter giveaway

What is your MOST awkward skirt length?
Please share in the comments and tell me why!
I love hearing your thoughts.

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International Giveaway | Your BEST Colours | Vintage 80's & Vinyl!

Bright Blue 1980's Vintage Dress with Vinyl Leggings & Chunky Vagabond Shoes!

Lets talk about colour...

If you visit Fake Fabulous regularly you will know that I LOVE bright colours.
Orange.
Cobalt.
Red.
Anything (and everything) goes!

However, loving a colour does not necessarily means that it suits us, does it?
Sometimes certain colours can be quite hard to wear.

Wouldn't it be nice if our wardrobes were full of of clothes that really suited us?
Clothes that made our skin glow.
Clothes that made our eyes (and lips) pop!
Clothes that eliminated shadows from our face.

Dressing would be easy.
A joy even.

Bright Blue 1980's Vintage Dress with Vinyl Leggings & Chunky Vagabond Shoes!

This blue is one of my favourite shades.
It is bold and bright, with a touch of warmth to it.
It makes me feel confident.
A happy colour.

This dress is a vintage gem that belongs to my elderly mother-in-law.
Unfortunately, she can no longer enjoy wearing it.
She is a VERY petite 4' 10", so the oversized nature of this dress was a total mystery to me!
I had to remove HUGE shoulder pads in order to reduce the volume on my 5' 6" (size 10) frame.
The shoulder pads were bonkers.
All-guns-blazing serious power-dressing pads.
I looked like an american football player!

My MIL originally wore this dress with a matching hat, to a wedding... could it get more 80's!?

Bright Blue 1980's Vintage Dress with Vinyl Leggings & Chunky Vagabond Shoes!

I wanted to bring the dress up to date in a very non-wedding way by adding vinyl leggings.

{Although I did wear these leggings to a real wedding....see that outfit HERE}

Bright Blue 1980's Vintage Dress with Vinyl Leggings & Chunky Vagabond Shoes!

Keeping the rest of the accessories simple with chunky shoes, and a small caged clutch.
My eye brooch finished things off nicely.

Bright Blue 1980's Vintage Dress with Vinyl Leggings & Chunky Vagabond Shoes!

Now something for you...

  • Are you TOTALLY happy with the contents of your wardrobe?
  • Do you know exactly what you like, and what suits you, never wasting time when shopping?
  • Do you know what colours to choose to look your beautiful best without needing to pile on the slap?
If you answered "No" to any of these questions, then this giveaway is for you!

I am very excited to offer you a fab giveaway that will save you loads of time, energy and money.

A personal colour analysis by Pamela of Style-yourself-confident.com
Pamela is an expert in her field, with over 30 years of colour analysis experience.
She certainly knows her stuff!
{This post is NOT sponsored, in case you were wondering!}

Pamela is offering one lucky reader a completely personal colour analysis (which also includes makeup and style tips) plus a handy colour swatch to take out shopping.

Here is a sneaky peek of mine...

Colour swatch for warm (autumnal) colour analysis.

What is the point of colour analysis?

You might be wondering if there is any point to getting your colours 'analysed'.
Is it not all just a bit of a gimmick?

I can understand why you might be dubious but I am a BIG believer in the power of colour.
Whether you wear it for the message it can send... {See a post about that HERE}
Or, because it makes you look better.
I'm all for that!

(Especially as I get older and more washed-out looking.)

After you understand your best colours, you can begin to shop more wisely.
Of course, I would never recommend throwing everything out that isn't in your palette.
That would be wasteful, and unnecessary.
Having your colours analysed does not mean you can't wear colours that aren't 'Yours'...you can!
Pamela will give you style tips to help you wear those items that are not in your palette.

Once you are armed with your colour palette you can be a swift and savvy shopper.
No more dithering and swithering.
One glance at the rail and you will know if that dress is for you!
Shopping becomes so much easier and enjoyable.... with more ftime for the important things like coffee, lunch or cocktails!

{See THIS POST about my idea of the perfect shopping trip}

Pamela is a lovely lady and not at all patronising, which is refreshing!
She will give you a totally personal analysis that is guaranteed to make you look and feel great.... saving you time AND money.

For a chance to win this fab prize please enter via the link below...

a Rafflecopter giveaway

{If you have trouble entering, simply send me an email at samantha44blair(at)gmail.com and I will include you in the entries}

Bright Blue 1980's Vintage Dress with Vinyl Leggings & Chunky Vagabond Shoes!

Please share your thoughts in the comments.
What is your favourite colour?
Which colours to you find hardest to wear?

DRESS: Vintage Frank Usher ...this modern one is cool!
LEGGINGS: Pamela Mann
SHOES: Vagabond
BAG: Tkmaxx.... this one is gorgeous!
BROOCH: H&M....similar.

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