It’s easy to get stuck in a style rut and go to the same shops or online stores every season so being introduced to a boutique you’ve not visited before is always a good thing and the perfect opportunity to explore new looks. I was recently introduced to Aspire Style which has four stores in read more
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With weddings, Christenings and garden parties in the Summer months there’s always need for a posh frock in your wardrobe. So when Damsel in a Dress asked me to try out one of their beautiful numbers I couldn’t resist. All in the name of research, of course! I chose the Mayflower, a white dress (daring read more »
It’s nearly that time of year again but fear not, think affordable, on-trend outfits with a hint of glamour to wow the crowds whatever your shape or size. Matalan are searching for a fabulous fashion blogger to sit on the panel of judges for the 2013 Matalan Style Contest at Aintree Racecourse, so what better read more »
Cocomamastyle.com got a great mention in Pregnancy & Birth magazine this month with a page on the products, places and people that kept this mama happy during pregnancy and beyond. If you haven’t seen it here’s a sneak peek into the person behind the blog! What’s on your bump list?
Shopping on a budget is a must when it comes to a guilt-free fashion-fix, so when Matalan asked me to take part in their monthly Style Project and set the challenge of creating an entire outfit for £50 based on a key SS13 trend I thought no problem, Matalan always picks up the must-have looks read more »
Another style challenge, another great excuse to inspire some outfits. Next’s Mummy Stylist competition asked for an outfit from their childrenswear range up to £500. But who wants one outfit when you can have four (or more)? I’ve styled looks based around this super-chic striped cardigan (if only it came in size Mummy too!), because read more »
When Joe Browns launched a School Run Style Challenge to inspire mums to create wearable, casual chic for running after the little ones I couldn’t resist. And as my mummy motto is ‘Be practical but stylish’ this sounded right up my street. Fancy RayBan-esque sunglasses or floral plimsolls for under a tenner? Ways to wear coloured jeans? Stripes with florals? Look no further…