Friday 21 April 2017


Some of my favourite maternity pieces are still on repeat weeks after giving birth and will continue to be for the rest of the summer.  Australian brand Legoe is know for its high end, luxurious staples that feel as great as they look.  This organic cotton striped dress is perfect for trans-seasonal dressing when Spring has not yet become summer.  It is so well designed with a great cut and minimal seams to ensure pure comfort.  As the weather picks up I will be pairing with some sandals and a large straw tote for a summer in Normandy.  Until then I am hanging out in the countryside surrounded by these seriously cute baby animals!



Wednesday 19 April 2017


Where did all my spare time go?  

Everybody warns you but I didn't realise that I would actually have NO TIME AT ALL. I'm up all night and then feeding and changing until around 11am when baby will hopefully drift off to sleep for a few hours so that I can charge around the house power-jobbing like a crazy person.

Don't get me wrong, Camille is now three weeks old and completely adorable.  I have just become rather obsessed with anything that saves time.  Even if it's just a few minutes.  Multi-purpose beauty products are my go-to and raw coconut oil brand Sister & Co have a few items that never leave my changing bag or handbag.  Baby or no baby these essentials are definitely worth checking out.

The Sister & Co Dream Cream is the most versatile beauty product I have come across.  This divine coconut oil based cream smells luxurious and can be used for mother or baby as a lip balm, moisturiser, hand cream, nappy cream or for any dry areas.  It is brilliant to have just one perfect pot that can be thrown into your handbag.  The soft buttery contents smooths on like a gentle oil before soaking in completely.  The pure coconut oil and rose lip balm are also huge favourites of mine and hardly leave my side.  

If you haven't already then check out Sister & Co's beautiful website and shop my favourites below.


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