Sunday, 19 January 2014

Voodoo Girl flump leggings product review.

This Not a sponsored post and I bought the item for myself. I was not offered/ gifted it.

I bought these amazing leggings just after Christmas. I like them because they are funky and fun and very me. I wore them for dress down last Friday for work. I wore them with a simple white t-shirt and a light faded denim shirt and black high top converse.

I usually don't wear leggings, I bought a few fun pairs last year but only kept one pair as they are funky but not very me. I only kept my Topshop nebula leggings as the cotton was soft and lovely.

I originally found the flump leggings on asos.com, sadly they did not have my size. Some google searchs later I found an excellent website called Shelovesglam.co.uk  who had them in my size. They were originally £30.00, I got them for £13.50 including postage and packaging.

They are polyester and very soft. I love the print and how well they fitted. Considering I struggle for trousers not to be too long, I was happy they fitted perfectly.

They washed brilliantly as well.

The only downside is they are designed to sit on your hips and do slip down a bit.

I really enjoyed wearing them and got loads of compliments about them.

I would recommend them.

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me wearing them


Sorry for the bad picture!

Sunday, 12 January 2014

Feeling blue?just smile for a minute of two.

So I did a little bit of shopping of late (using Christmas voucher and taking advantage of sales) I have bought a few lovely things.

Recently I have had a review of this blog and what I want from 2014, last year was a very busy year this year will be a little bit quieter I hope. I am focusing on my new home and making it what I want.

I wanted to share a few new additions to my wardrobe and ideas on how to wear them.


1. Voodoo Girl Flump leggings


These are amazing!, I love the pattern I bought them from shelovesglam.co.uk or they can be found on Asos.com. 
I have some fantastic woven  front t-shirts in black and white that will look fantastic with these. If not then an over sized slouchy black t-shirt? I also have some lovely white shirts that could work. 
I am still debating over shoes at the moment.

I have also bought a beautiful emerald green skirt from Topshop (sold out) alternative here.

I recently wore this with a lovely angora cream jumper and suede loafers. It will look good with a chiffon white shirt with a studded collar. I also have a black foil coated cropped jumper.

These blue suede boots are amazing!

They are comfortable and fun, I wore them with a black bodycon dress, recently. However, I have many ideas for these ranging from dresses to skirts, although they are a bright blue they match a lot of stuff I already own.

In 2014 I want to focus more on what I already own rather than just buying stuff, and not wearing it. Usually it ends up going to the charity shop because I have not worn it, I do not want to waste money on stuff any more.

I want to bring more to Blue Glitter in term of content and interaction. I have a long list of ideas and I want to put them into action soon.


What do you want to see more of?