18 January 2013

Featured in Links á la Mode!

Links á la Mode
Hi there, everybody! I was thrilled to find this week that my post on the top trends of 2012 had been selected for IFB's January 17th Links á la Mode round up post. This is the first time I've ever been chosen and I admit there was a small amount of chair-dancing done in celebration. Here it is - check it out if you haven't already done so.

Looking Forward 
Edited by: Emily of Sugar and Spice
We’re already halfway through the first month of 2013 but that doesn’t mean bloggers aren’t still in reflective mode: creating resolutions for the coming year and looking to up-coming trends, whilst also looking back on the trends of 2012. There’s also a reflective element in many of the posts this week over blogging and how that might change over the coming year, not just on a personal level but more generally too. There’s also a good dose of travel inspired posts this week for those who are trying to beat the January blues and jet off somewhere sunny. And if you’re not jetting off somewhere away from the cold, make sure to check out the great how to layer below:

Avenue M: My Wardrobe Storage and Decorating Ideas
Bougeotte: The New Way to Colorblock
Chocolate Sarcasm: To Do 2013
Fashion On The Line: London Snow Fashion
Floral Mess: Top Trends of 2012
Fly Songbird: Not Doing It For Free
Hopeless Anorak: The Wonder of Marc Jacobs – Can Fashion Talk?
House of Modern Vintage: Travelling in Style
IFB: The Best Tips For Part-Time Bloggers
Incognito: Interview Greta Miliani Italian Blogger
Lifestyles of the Thrifty and Shameless: Savin’ Maven Monday: Packing for Roadtrip
Moi Minnie: 2013
Of Mice and Trend: Simple Winter Layering
Secret Style File: Mad For Monochrome
Style, Saran-Wrapped: Not Colors
Stylonylon: The Anxiety of Blogging – Can You Feel It?
Sugar and Spice: Who Do You Dress For?
We Are The Market: Insiders Guide to Berlin
Youth Savage: The Re-design Issue Part 2: Ethics

Lots of love and lipstick kisses,


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