Friday, 28 February 2014

Nom or Vom

Ok, now we know how much I love sewing, (No, you shut up) and now The Great British Sewing Bee is back, I can once again feast my eyes on some well put together outfits, and when I say outfits, I basically mean whatever THIS man is wearing.

Ladies and Gents, he's no tailors dummy,  he is judge of The Great British Sewing Bee,

Patrick Grant.

So what do we think, is he worth watching an hour of sewing for?

Personally, I think he's a Nom, but don't let that sway you.

Ladies & Gentlemen,

Patrick Grant,

Nom or Vom?

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x


Thursday, 27 February 2014

Travels With Blogger Bear

In case you have missed what is going on,  Blogger Bear is now on his travels, it is still not too late to sign up, you can go and find out more here > Travels With Blogger Bear and the lovely Ella from  was the first person to jump in there and offer to show Blogger Bear a good time. Although Blogger Bear may beg to differ. Blogger Bear is now off on his travels again and looking forward to meeting new people, in the meantime, have a read of what Blogger Bear has been up to. 

Over to you, Blogger Bear and Ella.

Day 1

Having spent what seemed like a bloody eternity I finally saw the light. The last thing I remember was being shoved into an envelope. Apparently I am the pawn in some kind of sick game where I get sent from place to place and I am forced to spend time with more stupid humans and 'enjoy' their mundane lives. I wasn't consulted about any of this. I'm quite frankly livid about this. I glanced around at my surroundings with a distinct lack of optimism but at least there was a big comfy bed. That is where the positives ended. 

I was thrown down on a pile of stuff and just left there, whilst the human dined lavishly on pizza. I wasn't offered a thing. I took this cruel moment to look around and see what kind of prison I'd been sent to. Rope, shoes with spikes, torches, and ice axe..... WHY IS THERE AN AXE?! What in gods name is this person and why did my human think it appropriate to send me to this hell?! 

Without warning I was shoved into bag, again. FYI, I’m claustrophobic but these cretins don't seem to get that. 

Day 2

Apparently waking up at 4am is normal. The human met another human and we all left in a car. No one told me what was going on and no one offered me a coffee. Eventually, after what seemed like an age I was permitted to see where we were. WALES?! Why the hell would I want to go to Wales?! It's raining and cold and we were surrounded by mountains. Clearly she was more stupid than I'd originally thought. 

Too my absolute horror, I was dragged out the car and put back in bag. (see Day 1 re: my concerns) I couldn't see where we were going but it wasn't a comfortable journey. I amused myself imagining I was sat on the back of elephant but this joy was short lived when I was dragged out into the rain. The chump took a photo of me (I didn't smile) and proceed to shove me back in the bag. This process continued for hours. Each time it was wetter, colder and windier than before. It appeared as though we were half way up a bloody mountain. Seriously, who climbs a mountain in February?! Are they fucking nuts?!

We stopped again. To my utter disgust I was removed again. They were laughing at the weather. LAUGHING! I am reliably informed that it was -7 degrees with winds of 80mph. There was also snow everywhere. They felt it appropriate to hold me up into the wind and photograph me. I couldn't see a bloody thing and I was freezing. I never thought I would say this but I just hoped I'd be put back in the bag. 

Eventually I was and the downward journey begun. I next saw light when we stopped to sleep. Apparently the humans had an amazing meal. Yet again, despite my torture, nothing for me. At least I got a bed tonight, even though they would only fork out for a youth hostel. Cheap skates.

Day 3

I was rudely awoken at shit o'clock. As if being dragged up a mountain in the snow yesterday wasn't bad enough, apparently we had to rush back for a 'night shift'. NOT.A.CHANCE. I was shoved in a bag and that's where I stayed for most of the day. No food, no drinks. It's just plain wrong! 

I was suddenly transferred from one damp bag to another. I didn't emerge for a few hours when I found myself in an ambulance station. Why, the hell, am I in an ambulance station? I'm not even injured.

To my horror, I quickly found out that this mountain climbing imbecile was also a paramedic and that I was being taken out for a night shift. I made my feelings known but they fell on death ears. We spent the whole night going to smelly drunk people. It was relentless. By the time I was allowed to sleep I'd been awake for 26 hours, been in two countries and 'worked' a 13 hour shift. 

I have never been so pleased to be thrown onto a pile and left alone.

Day 4

Oh goody. Another night shift. See day 3. It was basically the same. I point blank refused to have my photo taken. Cheeky shit thinks that's all I'm good for. 

Day 5

No surprise. Another night shift. This time on an ambulance, not a car. The patients we went to see were pretty grim to be honest. One smelt so bad that I actually vomited. The human chucked a bowl at me and left me to do my thing. It turns out I was photographed during my time of need. THIS is the shit I have to put up with. It is just plain wrong. The night dragged. The human insisted that the 3am lull was a character building exercise. I just wanted to sleep. My character was just fine before this shithead made me come to work. I am one seriously hacked off bear right now.

Day 6

Now this is my type of day. Having finished work at 7am and sleeping for a good while the rest of the day was spent lying on a sofa watching TV and watching the human eat crap. Maybe she's not so bad after all. I could do with a few days of relaxing after recent torture. We went to bed early for what I assume is for a long long sleep! #happybear

Day 7

WHAT?! WHAT?! An alarm went off at 04:30. You've got to be kidding me?! Apparently, despite finishing a night shift yesterday, I'm now being dragged out onto early shifts. How is this even allowed?! I was shoved onto the back seat and off we went. It was still dark. I am quite frankly livid. 

The day was spent dealing with morons and their nondescript 'emergencies'. That, and dealing with the aftermath of idiots who can't drive properly. I was taken to a police station, and showed around. I thought that officers of the law would look out for my well being and offer me food and drink, but no. They are just as selfish and moronic as this bumbling idiot I have been subjected to.

During the afternoon I was left unattended and found the Entonox! P.A.R.T.Y!!! I drained an entire cylinder and was working my way through the next when she caught me. I was told off and shoved back in a bag as punishment. Whevs bruvs! I'm hiiiiiiiigh! 

Day 8

Work again. And again I was shoved on the dash board and photographed and regular intervals. Again, I didn't smile. Apparently we were sight seeing. 

Why I'd want to see a big clock I don't know. We went over various bridges, went to see the Prime Minister and some utter tools dressed in red and standing very still. Their life appears worse than mine. After 12 hours of torture my ordeal was finally over. I was shoved into an envelope and sent on my way. And not a moment too soon. I'm glad to be rid of this crazy fool. I need a holiday.

Blogger Bear x x 

Ella, you've set the bar HIGH. 

Thanks for having Blogger Bear, I may have to send him somewhere quiet for a week of relaxation, maybe a Spa day?

What do you think, guys, a great way to start Blogger Bear travels? 

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x


Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Im Definitely, Maybe A Little Distraught

So it was announced this morning that Oasis are re-releasing Definitely Maybe, with some new material on it, cue die-hard Oasis fans who are more than slightly gutted that it wasn't an announcement that the band are getting back together.

And while guys, I'm really happy for you, I'ma let you finish but, Whats The Story (Morning Glory) is one on the best albums of all time (Thanks Kanye) my main point is this.


I was extremely surprised this morning when I heard that one. (While putting on my varicose vein cream it seems)  

Twenty years? That's back when I had a waist, and thighs, and when I sneezed, NOTHING HAPPENED! (Oh them were the days) 

I can't say I miss those days. Oh ok, I kind of miss the sneezing part.

But twenty years? Er, where did THAT time go?

Next you will be telling me that Achtung Baby (Oh ask your bloody parents) is 23 years old!

and Britney Spears released Hit Me Baby One More Time 15 years ago!!!

I would cry, but I don't think I can afford the wrinkles!

What albums out there feel like timeless classics to you?

Where you shocked that Oasis, Definitely Maybe is twenty years old?

and would you still dance to Hit Me Baby, One More Time?

Let me know

Big Fashionista x x x


Rebecca Adlington, Are The Media Sticking Their Nose In?

I was going to write an open letter to Rebecca Adlington, then I realised that I HATE open letters, in fact the whole idea of open letters should just disappear.

Open letters are a bit like my cooking, overdone and sometimes quite unpalatable. 

So instead, here is my opinion on the media frenzy around Rebecca Adlington and whether she has had work done on her nose.

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Rebecca Adlington can do what the HELL she wants. 

You are disappointed in her for not learning to love herself as she is?


IF, Rebecca Adlington has had a rhinoplasty, then that is HER business, if she didn't like what she saw in the mirror and wanted to change it and can afford to do so, then why on earth is it anything to do with anyone else?

Is she meant to stay unhappy, if indeed she was, so that other people who are also unhappy can feel as if they are not alone?

Does misery love company?

I just do not understand the fuss around this, and I am sure Rebecca didn't expect it either.

Just because she is in the public eye, should she not be able to change something that she wants to change?

If I disliked a part of my body like my nose or my bust and I could change it, then yes, yes I would and I am not sorry about that.

Rebecca Adlington is not the first woman out there to have cosmetic surgery, and she will not be the last.

But does she deserve the media attention she now faces?

What do you think about it all? If Rebecca Adlington has had surgery, are you of the opinion that she can do what she want with her own body, or do you feel let down that she has not learnt to love herself?

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x


Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Can't Be Arsed To Text Your Girlfriend? There's An App For That.

I have a lot of respect for men, (Well, most of them anyway) and when I heard about Bro App I genuinely thought it was a joke.

Part of me still does.


In the words of John McEnroe (Oh ask your parents) YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS?????

It has to be a joke, right?

Firstly, any man that downloads that app for anything other than a joke, does not deserve a girlfriend. In fact, I will just go ahead and assume that he has made-up his girlfriend in his head. (I wonder if men can set it up to text themselves so they can pretend to have a girlfriend?) 

Secondly, It is the equivalent of creating an app for women to help them cook dinner. HIGHLY STEREOTYPICAL and if I was a guy, I would be quite offended by this app.

Most men can manage to send a text without help, they can tell their girlfriend that they are thinking of them, they can even cook for themselves and manage to breathe oxygen allllllllllllllllll by themselves. Aren't they clever little things?

This App is probably the most ridiculous app I have ever heard of, AND I'VE PLAYED FLAPPY BIRD.

(Can someone please tell me that it is a joke)

Guys, would YOU download BroApp? Or ladies, would this App be for you?

Or are you wondering what on EARTH possessed the creators to do this.

Let me know your thoughts.

Big Fashionista x x x


Monday, 24 February 2014

You Can't Sit With Us

Lately it seems as if there has been a little bit of a Mean Girls revival. 

And I'm not overly happy with this.

Take this jumper that Lauren Pope is wearing......

Lauren Pope, Big Fashionista

Go on, take it, because quite frankly, it makes me feel ill. 

Yes, it's from a film, a film that to be honest I have never really understood why so many people rave over. 

(Although that's neither here nor there)

But to me, this jumper is less Mean Girls, and more just, well, MEAN.

I don't see the attraction in wearing a jumper that says, "You can't sit with us" what sort of image does that portray?

Certainly not one I want to have.

Is it funny? 

To many people who heard this sort of thing in school, hell no is it funny, or witty. It brings back bad memories of bullying, and WHO wants to be that person anyway? 

If I saw someone wearing that jumper, my instant reaction would be, "Well I don't  want to sit with you anyway" 

What would your reaction be? 

Big Fashionista x x x 

Sunday, 23 February 2014

Single Parentin'

To the tune of Dolly Parton, 9-5.


Tumble outta bed and I stumble to the kitchen
Pour myself a cup of submission
And yawnin', stretchin', try to come to life

Try and jump in the shower and the blood starts pumpin'
Out of their beds, the kids start a jumpin'
With folks like me on the job from 12 to 12

Single parentin' 12 to 12, what a way to make a livin'
Barely gettin' by, it's all takin' and no givin'
They just abuse your mind and they never give you credit
It's enough to drive you crazy if you let it

12 to 12, for service and devotion
You would think that I would deserve a fair promotion
Want to move ahead but the kids won't seem to let me
I swear sometimes those kids are out to get me

They let your dream, just watch 'em shatter
You're just a step on the boss man's ladder
But you got dreams they'll never take away

In the same boat with a lot of your friends
Waitin' for the day your ship 'll come in
And the tide's gonna turn an' it's all gonna roll you away

Single parentin' 12 to 12 what a way to make a livin'
Barely gettin' by, it's all takin' and no givin'
They just abuse your mind and you never get the credit
It's enough to drive you crazy if you let it

12 to 12, yeah, they got you where they want you
There's a better life and you think about it, don't you?
It's a rich man's game, no matter what they call it
And you spend your life putting money in their wallet

Single parentin' 12 to 12, oh what a way to make a livin'
Barely gettin' by, it's all takin' and no givin'
They just use your mind and they never give you credit
It's enough to drive you crazy if you let it

12 to 12, yeah, they got you where they want you
There's a better life and you think about it, don't you?
It's a rich man's game, no matter what they call it
And you spend your life putting money in their wallet

Anyone else singing along? 

Big Fashionista x x 

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Inspired By Others?

It always saddens me when large companies, instead of being new and original, look to the small independents and either copy, or are "inspired" by their work.

We have seen it happen many many times before and this morning it seems to have happened again.

Bookishly, who by the way are fantastic, check them out here. create some fantastic artwork, (that I am definitely going to be looking at buying) and have a great unique style,

Here are some of their pieces.

See what I mean? Fantastic. I want one from the Alice In Wonderland collection.

And this morning, Louise from Bookishly was shown this,

From the Marks & Spencer SS'14 collection.

What do YOU think?

It is also online, although apparently Out Of Stock at the moment.

What do YOU think about this?

Is it a coincidence? Or another example of a company using existing design work and selling it as their own?

Marks & Spencer do have a history of this happening, Rachael Taylor accused Marks & Spencer in 2012 of stealing her work after they launched a range using her very distinctive signature design. Marks & Spencer swiftly withdrew this line saying that they had bought them in good faith.

So what do you think?

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x


Which Watch Would One Want?

I don't own a watch, I used to. but I am the sort of person that takes off every piece of jewellery I own before going to bed and after a while, I took it off, and never put it back on.

But now I want another watch, and I know it is a bit of a cliche, but I want a Michael Kors Rose Gold watch. (I don't know why I don't just stick my hair in a top knot, and ombre the hell out of it, I'm three quarters there as a walking, talking blogger cliche aren't I?) 


When the Watch Hut asked me if I would like to write about their site, I immediately wanted to get your opinion on whether I should buy this watch or not.

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Is this not a pretty watch? 

It is the Michael Kors MK5263, you can check it out here on the Watch Hut site. 

I really like it, and in my defence, Rose Gold really suits my skin tone. 

Would you buy a Michael Kors watch? Or is there anything else on the site that you prefer?

Shall I buy one? 

Let me know. 

Big Fashionista x x x 

*Sponsored post, but as always, my words are my own.


Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Beyoncé Shaming

You know those inspirational quotes that pop up everywhere? The ones that are meant to make you feel good about yourself and inspire you to be a better version of YOU?

Have you ever seen one of those and thought, oh do kindly fuck off?

Hang on, I think I have an inspirational quote for just this moment.

Well anyway, I keep seeing something that I am sure is meant to be inspirational but yet instead it boils my piss to nigh on the same temperature as the temper of a guest on Benefit Street, The Debate.

It's this one.

Oh kindly, fu.... Hang on.

Firstly, see above.

Secondly, why are you Beyoncé shaming me? Even Beyoncé doesn't have the same hours in the day as Beyoncé! It takes a team of people to get that shit done. Telling me I should look at Beyoncé and aspire to be like her and get more done isn't going to inspire me, it's going to retire me, to an early grave.

But if you want to give me a huge bank account, a hugely successful husband, a management team, stylists, make up artists, a PA, throw in a lot of freebies, oh and take away a couple of the kids I already have, I'll give it a go. I can't promise I will make a hugely successful album but I bet it would make whatever I was trying to do, a damn sight easier than it is now.

Don't compare yourself, or others, to Beyoncé, we all have 24 hours in a day. And we all strive our HARDEST to be the best we can be. 

For some, just making it through to the end of the day without crying, or hurting themselves in one way or another is a HUGE achievement. Does that make them less than Beyoncé? I think not. 

Don't tell me I have the same number of hours in a day as Beyoncé and think for one second that I am not working my ARSE off as hard as she, OR ANYONE ELSE, is. 

Don't say it in a way that makes it seem as if I haven't achieved ANYTHING. Trust me, I have. 

And don't use Beyoncé to shame me, or anyone else. 

I am not Beyoncé, I am Kellie, 

And I am the best Kellie that I can be.

How about you?

Let me know

Big Fashionista x x n

Saturday, 15 February 2014


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Friday, 14 February 2014

Nom or Vom

Er, so it is Valentine's Day and I thought if would bring you a man that is so comfortable naked that this weeks Nom or Vom is pretty much NSFW. (I probably should have mentioned that) 

Happy Valentine's Day to meeeeeeeeeee.

So without further ado, let me show you this week's Nom or Vom.

Alexander Skarsgard.

SEE, sooooooo naked. 

Think he needs a hug to warm him up? 

So what do we think?

Alexander Skarsgard?

Nom or Vom? 

Big Fashionista x x 

Thursday, 13 February 2014

Thank God For ITVBe

Thank GOD. Finally there will be no more accidentally stumbling across Newsnight, no more recoiling in horror as Match Of The Day follows a chick flick and I don't get to the remote quick enough. What on earth would happen to my poor little brain if by accident I caught a documentary on the horrors of Benghazi?

Well THANKFULLY, ITV have now sorted that all out for me. A brand new channel is coming soon, aimed at young women it will be the new home of TOWIE and other reality based programmes.

Well thank fuck for that! 

(If there are no unicorns in the logo I will throw a complete bitch fit)

Do we not have it hard enough? Now we get our TV cherry picked for us as well and put safely on one channel so we don't interfere with anyone else's viewing choices. 

Now I haven't seen the full line up for this channel yet. But TOWIE on it's own is enough to make me want to never watch this channel. Will the adverts all be for cleaning products and things that are pink?

ITV, women don't want a channel aimed at them. Women are wonder pus creatures, we like the news, sports AND reality TV shows. The same as every other person on this planet, and this channel, to me, seems HIGHLY insulting. 

I wonder just how stereotypical it is going to be?

Have you seen anything about ITVBe?

Have you watched a news programme and found that your tiny female brain could not handle it?

Are you a man, wondering why you don't get a channel of your very own?

Let me know your thoughts.

Big Fashionista x x x 

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Pushed Beyond Breaking Point

I'm going to add a disclaimer to this post, right here at the top. Firstly, I am in no way, shape or form decrying what Davina McCall is currently doing. I am awestruck at her strength and ability to push through the pain barrier for a cause that she obviously truly believes in, when most people, trained or otherwise would be running home to their mummy to kiss it all better.


Is it just me that feels extremely uncomfortable watching Davina McCall complete her challenges.

They have called this 'Beyond Breaking Point' and they are really not kidding about when they say this. Each day, Davina is cycling, swimming, running, and fell walking, each challenge taking every ounce of strength from her body and she has to give more the next day.

sport relief, big fashionista

Watching Davina McCall talking to BBC Breakfast television before swimming in Lake Windamere, seeing her fight back the tears while being interviewed and then sobbing with terror and cold before beginning her swim was possibly the most heart-rending interview I have ever watched. I just kept thinking, SURELY there has to be a better way than this to raise money for Sport Relief?

Have we, the public become SO thirsty for the suffering and pain and others that we are forcing people to give us everything but their last breath from their body?

And if you saw Davina as she was carried from the water after completing her swim, you would be forgiven for just a second, thinking that she had given her last.

I felt like a voyeur watching as she was carried from the water, an intensely private moment, carried out on film as it will make for good fundraising.

Is it a cruel and yet cunning way of tugging on our heart  purse strings? 

Are we, the public now demanding BLOOD and suffering for our donations? And where does this end?

Eddie Izzard completed back-to-back marathons, John Bishop raised over £1.6m for Sports Relief in 2012 by completing a week of hell, running, swimming, and cycling and David Walliams made himself extremely ill by swimming the Thames last year. So much pain, is there not another way?

And how does the next celebrity top that at the next Sports Relief? anything less than broken bones will just seem tame, will it not?

So I have nothing but respect for Davina, but does anyone else feel extremely uncomfortable watching her put herself through this in the name of charity???

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x

Five Versatile Fashions that will last you until Summer

Updating your wardrobe can get costly, especially when you pay attention to the various seasonal trends that are making it onto the catwalk. While it’s natural to want to add a few new pieces to your wardrobe of clothes every now and again, if you choose pieces that can carry you through the seasons, you’ll get better value for money than whimsically buying seasonal items that you will only be able to wear a few times before the weather changes. 
Opt for versatility as well as style and you will be able to add some superb items to your wardrobe without affecting your pursestrings too much. Here are five additions that will not just last you until the end of winter, but will take you right through until summer, too. 

A Mini Skirt 
It doesn’t matter how daring you want to be, a mini skirt or two in your wardrobe can be the answer to many outfit woes, whatever the season. Treat yourself to a gorgeous George mini skirt and be safe in the knowledge that you won’t break the bank by doing so. Team with a pair of opaque tights and heels during the colder weather, or wear without tights and a cute pair of sandals as the weather takes a turn for the better. 

A Blazer 
While you may be tempted to stick to a simple black or navy blazer, you could opt for a brighter, bolder shade if you wish for your outfit to pop. Vivid colours are a great way to brighten up an outfit on a dull day; add a bold blazer to some simple trousers and cashmere sweater during the winter months, before popping on over a striped T and light cotton trousers during the spring. 

A Knee Length Skirt 
Opt for one in a funky print, such as animal print or geo shapes, to be bang on trend. Team with a cute blouse or cowl-neck sweater for a sophisticated, wintery look or with a sleeveless cotton tunic if the weather allows. 
A Jersey Dress 
If you choose to add a jersey dress or two to your wardrobe, opt for a colour that is vibrant and bold. Add a cool leather jacket and some opaque tights for colder days, and wear solo as the days get warmer. 
Monochrome dresses, such as a black and white number, would look super with a pair of leather knee length boots, while they would look equally chic and elegant with a white blazer and pair of white block heels during the warmer spring and summer days. 

Skinny Jeans 
Perfect all year round, the skinny jean is one of the most versatile pieces of clothing you can get. Opt for a pair in light grey if you wish to have a pair that can just as easily be teamed up with a vest or tank top as they can with a cashmere sweater. 

Be ready, whatever the weather, with effortless outfits that will look and feel great, come rain or shine. 

Big Fashionista x x 

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Tuesday, 11 February 2014

You Won't Believe What Happened Next!!!!!

Is this not the worst line in link bait right now?

Now granted, it worked, because you are here, right?

I tweeted out, "blah, blah, blah, blah, And you won't believe what happened next" and you all thought, Oooooooooooooooh, I wonder what it is that happened that I won't believe, I should click on that link and go and see what it is that actually happened. 

Usually, the answer is, NOTHING. Or something that yes, you would actually believe happened.


Did she say yes?



Did the kitten and large dog cuddle?


It is our natural curiosity, we just cannot help ourselves, and in our world of instant gratification where we have the answers at our finger tips, WE WILL CLICK THE LINK.

(Unless it is a Daily Mail link, then we have to weigh it up a bit first, and make sure we have enough bleach to clean our souls with) 

Teasing titles, snippets of information, a promise of seeing some bare skin, (suckers) and we will fall for it instantly.

Did you click the link, purely to see if you believed what happened next?

Did you think this would be it?

Do you now need to cleanse your soul?

Would you like to see my boobs? -> BOOOOOOBS

Did you click?

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x


Monday, 10 February 2014

Just Blue, Fashion For Everyone

I know, I know. Fashion on Big Fashionista?!?!?! Who would have thought it?

I am a huge fan of wrap dresses, in fact over the last year or so, I have found my whole style changing a lot. Whilst I love to throw on a pair of jeans and my walking boots, I also now like to mix it up with dresses and tunics. I work from home, so the temptation to just stick to the jeans is all consuming, but now I find myself wearing dresses during the day and not just saving them for a night out.

I was talking last week about a company called, Just Blue. You can find them here.

I was talking about how much I loved THIS dress.

Which quickly became MY dress........

and ended up on my body last Friday night when I hit the town in Leeds.

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fashion, red dress, blue hair,

red dress, blue hair, fashion

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the material drapes perfectly, and this dress is a real wrap dress, so make sure those knots are tight.

The dress is also available in two other colours, I must admit I am tempted as this is the style of dress I love and suits my figure, and will be able to be pulled out of the wardrobe years from now and still be a classic.

The company, Just Blue has some fantastic pieces. I have drooled over quite a few other dresses and tops, go check them out for yourself at 

spring summer fashion

and for more sneaky peeks, you can follow them on Twitter here @Just_Blue

Have you heard of Just Blue before? What do you think of my dress? Should I buy it in other colours?

Let me know.

Big Fashionista x x x

*disclaimer, this dress was sent to me for review purposes, words as always are my own, but I bloody well love this dress.
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