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Thursday, 24 May 2018

Privacy Policy

Here, I outline a privacy policy for data collected from the website

What personal information do I collect from my blog?

Names, usernames and emails are used through when readers comment on my posts. I use these to personalise the experience and so I know who has left a comment. 

How do I protect the information?

Your personal information is secured by the website in which my blog is present on. Such as through a SSL - secure socket layer, which makes browsing on my site more secure to read. 


When visiting my blog, you will be asked to accept (if you wish) to the cookies on my site, which basically means without taking personal information, it will monitor people on my site, and next time you visit, the data of the cookies on my blog will remember your existence on there. The cookies help me understand the traffic on my blog. 

What about content from other websites?

Sometimes, I may include links to other websites, these may take into account data and use cookies whilst browsing on them. They are separate to my blog and I have no responsibility for this but will protect this site to the best of my ability. 

Do I share data?

I do not share any data of your name or email address during collaborations with brands or for my own writing. I include links in my website, for example if I was to post an image of a piece of clothing, I would link this in the caption for you to easily find. 

How long do I retain your data?

If you leave a comment on my website, the comment will always be there, unless you delete or edit it in some way, and if this is proving difficult, I can support you with this.

Further contact information

Contact if you have any further questions regarding the privacy policy. 

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Chapter 6; Homeware C/O x Old English Co

Hey lovelies! Welcome back to my blog. :-)

Today I bring you a homeware collaboration with a lovely brand who sell a variety of products for home such as pillowcases, mugs, stationary to pocket mirrors and prints. They are called Old English Company and you can check them out, here.

First of all, the delivery was super duper quick but that is not the best of it all. I’ll move onto the best of it all now...

...The products! They’re amazing quality and incredible designs. I love the positivity within the quotes of the products - they are just a simple reminder to smile throughout the day. Below is some photographs of what I chose. (and you can click on the caption to take you straight to the product).

Print, £13.95 

Mug, £9.95

Be you mirror, £4.00

Thank you guys for reading and thank you to for the lovely products. 

Speak to you soon,
Tash xx

Disclaimer; these products were kindly gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. All photo's and opinions my own. 


Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Chapter 5; Love your skin with T-Zone

Hey lovelies -

Welcome back to my blog! Hope you are all well this Monday and are ready for the week ahead.

Today, I bring you a little skincare blog. Recently, I was sent some T-Zone products from the lovely pr at Brodie and Stone and boy was I impressed. These products are amazing all in their own way. I have never used these products, although have heard good things about them. AS I said in my last post on Anxiety, it is important to self-care and this was my way of doing that so thanks T-Zone.

Peel off mask, £4.99, Superdrug ^^

So, this product left my skin feeling incredibly soft and smooth. I have actually only used it once, so do not know the long term benefits of using this product as of yet, but I am excited for the result.

Nose strip, £4.99, Superdrug ^^

These are probably my favourite product of the bunch! I have almost used all of the strips. They are incredible. So basically you apply them on your skin slightly wet, and they kinda set on your skin. Leave it on for a few minutes and peel it off. It peels off dirt and leaves your nose feeling shiny smooth, like brand new (you see the results on the strip itself).

Wipes, £2.99, Superdrug ^^

These wipes are lovely for removing make up and cleansing the face. They leave skin feeling refreshed and ready for the day.

Face wash, £3.25, Superdrug ^^

I tend to use this wash before I use the strips as that is recommended on the package. The wash is slightly exfoliating and leaves skin feeling smooth and silky and highly recommended.

Thanks for watching guys, you can purchase the products here 

Have you tried any of the products out?


Disclaimer; these products were gifted to me for an honest review. 


Friday, 9 March 2018

Chapter 4; Anxiety

Hello lovelies, hope you're all well.

If you're new to my blog, well hello! I'm Natasha and I LOVE fashion and writing about fashion. Although today, I am writing about a little something more personal... 

'Anxiety and worry' 

I'm kinda hoping I can help people in a way, in a way which you can relate to me and we can help each other. I have wanted to post about this for a while now, but have not had the courage to. I know suffering from anxieties and worry can take over and it's important to remember everyone is going through something, we must be there for each and understand others. 

'I'm a worrier'

- I certainly am, I will happily admit it. If you know me as a person, you will not see this on the outside, but if you know me truly, you are like my counselor and the person I depend on to help me through my worries. I even worry about small things and make it into something big in my mind. I don't want to go into anything about why I worry, but I just wanted to discuss a few of the things I find help me through the process. :) 

1. 'Think positive thoughts' - This is easily said then done, I know. But this helps me get through my worries. I think about the things that I am grateful for NOW. and what I have NOW. This helps me a lot. 

2. 'Speak to someone' - This is a major point for me and have only just started doing this lately. I feel if you keep it all bottled up, it fills up inside you and you just have a breakdown. But if you let it out and share you problems, it helps get it off your chest and my lovely uncle Larry used to always say 'a problem shared is a problem halved'.

3. 'Love yourself'- Pamper pamper pamper. I always find this helps me feel better in many situations! I know it's so bad that retail therapy can help for a few seconds!

Just a short post and I really hope you can take something away from this.

Thanks for always being my listeners ..

What helps you when you are worrying?

Lots of love,


Sunday, 4 March 2018

Chapter 3; Wishlist for a friend

Hello guys and welcome back to my blog.

Recently, my lovely friend called Lindsey asked for some advice on what to wear for a meal and a few cocktails out with the girls. Thinking of when I worked with her what kind of things she wore I thought of something that would suit her gorgeous figure well.

I actually love helping friends and family choose an outfit! (Here are a few random pictures of me as don't have a photo of me and my friend to hand lol)

So I thought for two options either a tea dress for a dressy look or a jumper dress for a more comfy, casual look. I advised to pair them with tights and boots as it is forcast snow and blizzards after all!

After talking to Lindsey about styles and colours I got more of an idea of what I thought would suit her.

Here are the few outfits I decided on; (click on the links to reveal more)

Ditsy floral tea dress - New look, £19.99 - This dress is gorgeous, it has a subtle flower print which is colourful to. It looks as though it includes the primary colours with the black background to make the floral print stand out even more. 

Asos 40's tea dress - £28.00 - This is gorgeous. The polka dot trend is on trend at the moment, and this has more dressy vibes to it - more appropriate for the cocktail night ;)

Jumper dress - Asos, £28.00  - So opting for a more warmer outfit if you feel the chill more! This is a grey jumper dress with a gorgeous detail at the back, it has a deep v shape at the back. I think this would look lovely with a chunky belt around the waist to make it look a little more dressy. 

Fitted denim shirt dress - H&M £34.99 - This is a little bit more expensive, but it is utterly gorgeous. I thought it would look good on you, Linds. I have actually been looking at this myself. The whole denim vibes make it easy to style all year round.

There is just a few ideas of what you could wear for a night out with the girls! Pair with tights and some heeled boots for a dressy look. Also, a clutch bag, or crossbody box bag with some accesories to match. 

Have a lovely time!!!

Hope you guys enjoyed reading and thank you Lindsey for the blog post idea!



Disclaimer; This was not sponsored of in collaboration with any company, just a little fun for me and a friend. 


Sunday, 18 February 2018

Chapter 2; Positive vibes

Hey lovelies, welcome back again - I hope you're all well.

I'm really getting back into blogging now, I stuck to my word and boy have I missed this. It is kinda a way to offload and I forgot how writing can make me feel refreshed and relaxed. Anyway, I just wanted to share something a little personal with you, not only my style now! Oh this is getting deep LOL, no but seriously. Lately, my anxieties have been a little stronger than usual. (story for another time) but I have combated them and I wanted to share with you how. :)

1. I de-cluttered my very messy room. This was very satisfying. You wouldn't believe the amount of stuff I threw out and put in the loft. I asked myself a couple of questions when sorting through stuff 'when did I last use it?' and if it was over a year ago, I binned it! Also questions like 'do I really need it?' anyway now my room is almost tidy and this was a huge weight lifted off my shoulders.

2. Spent more time with loved ones and less time on social media. This was a massive one for me. I was putting pressure on myself to post on social media regularly etc. But now I'm trying to spend more time with loved ones rather than staring at my phone all night.

3. Sorted out my finances. I wrote down all my outgoings and worked out what I was left with for the month, and made this last.

4. I got myself a diary. My lovely auntie gave me a diary to help me organise my plans. I get so overwhelmed sometimes with knowing what I'm doing what when LOL.

5. Do more of what I love. I got my mojo back lol. I got inspired again and boy does it feel good.

Thanks for reading guys, 


Striped top, New look, £11.99
Jeans, River Island, £55


Sunday, 11 February 2018

Chapter 1; The pressure

Hello guys and welcome back to my blog. I'm going to make this like a diary entry or my own little book of self-positivity from now on. 

It's been a while again, this is because I have been taking a break from social media and blogging in general. I had an operation so took myself some time out to recover. (this is a story for another time).

But anywho, while I have been recovering, I have been thinking deeply about my blog. I have been putting so much pressure on myself and feeling incredibly guilty about not having scheduled posts on both here and Instagram and spending more time on my actual Youtube channel (go check my vids out here). I feel I enjoy my time on camera chatting to you guys more, rather than writing. Although, this is where love-laughter-fashion started, this is my baby after all. 

I have realised while really thinking about it, I'm not putting pressure on myself anymore, this is not my full time job, this is not how I earn money, it is purely a hobby - to inspire and share my style with others. I need to remember the reason I started. Now I get so worked up if I don't hear back off companies when wanting to collaborate with them. When really, it's not all about that. If they want to work with me, great! But if not, oh well, I should still share my personal style and totally be a #girlboss. Blogging is hard, it's all about consistency and I'm going to try my best at keeping up with this in 2018.

While I took a break, I thought about ways I could make it less pressure for me, if you like. I mean, making time to travel into the city to take blog photos isn't really convenient for me especially working full time, I don't have the time, I've got a camera and a room? Why not take pictures there, I've started taking photos indoors and not only is it more warm and comfortable, it actually can look quite professional with the right camera and editing. 

Also, just one last thing - I got caught up in losing followers and the amount of likes I got, when really does it even matter? I'm doing this because I enjoy it and because I know some of you guys to! I just hope you guys can understand where I'm coming from and you can take some advice from this if you feel you have been through the same - just be you.

Love you all and thank you for listening to my rant - just had to get it off my chest before I move on onto bigger and better things for both my channel and blog. 2018 I GOT THIS! ;) oh and if you'd like to collaborate email me on 



And by the way the tops Asos! x
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