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Photoshop fun in the sun!

Hi guys,

Hope you’re all doing fabulously!

Sunday was such a gorgeous day, so I was happy to arrange an outing with the gorgeous Hanna. She so kindly agreed to help me with editing photos, as I’m currently working on something I hope to tell you all about soon. It’s nothing life changing, but just in case it doesn’t happen, I don’t really want to indulge too much. Watch this space….anyways, the workshop went well, and I can’t wait to get to work!

Hanna is also an angel because I was in a really foul mood – people can just be *insert agitated description here*, but she put up with me nonetheless, and took my outfit picture. I have this dress in three colours: Blue, White, and Flower patterned, and it’s perfect for this kind of weather. It’s light, well ventilated and has pockets! I’ve had these dresses for a couple of years now, so you won’t be able to get them, but there are so many lovely summer dresses around you’re bound to kind something similar:

Dress: New Look
Belt: Camden Market
Cardigan: South (via Very)
Leggings: South (via Very)
Shoes: So Fabulous
Sunglasses: Dorothy Perkins

In other news, Plus London have announced where we are hosting our third year – Hoxton Arches! You can see the full post here, but we’re so excited about this space. As soon as we viewed it, we knew it was the perfect place. We cannot wait to give you all the full schedule, but we’re keeping that under our hat…for now! We also have a WordPress and you can see the full team with mini bios, here.

Exciting stuff ahead – you must all come of course!

Love and hugs,


  1. Those shades of blues work really well together - such a summery look!


    1. Thank you! Unfortunately, I was using my crappy iPhone camera, so the colour of the cardigan isn't well shown - it's actually Green, like a really bright Green.

      I'm sure I'll get another chance to show it off again properly though. :) x


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