Friday, 22 May 2015

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Out on the town with friends and colleagues all week means I come a little unprepared as my lids are literally closing...
Therefore this is just a teaser post from me today, but the full spread will be up very soon!!! In the meantime it just so happens that you can check what I've been up to this may on Instagram @tanushrid

Wishing you all an amazing day

Tan xx

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Bring it On!!!









Zara - Jeans
Zara - Shirt 
Linzi - Heels

I feel as though I could take on the world
....and it's such a fantastic feeling! 
I returned from Malawi just over a year ago, and not a day goes by where I don't think about all of the wonderful people I got the chance to meet. I take a little time each day to remind myself how incredible lucky I am. How incredibly lucky we all are, No?! A lot has definitely changed since then....

The majority of my days are now spent teetering around the office in a beautiful set of heels and tailored two-piece looking for my meeting room, or tucked neatly behind my desk snacking on endless treats (not that I'm complaining). It seems however, that the definite divide between work and weekend wardrobes is beginning to blur.

As luck has it, that blur makes a killer outfit. Denim...always! A good pair of jeans is ever the life saver, in this case paired with a smart white button down and classic pointed toe courts. Luckily warmer temperatures mean I can get away without a jacket :) 

Ready. Set.
World here I come...

Tan xx

Sunday, 10 May 2015

Sunday Polish - Dog Eared




Essie - Dramatic Drachmas
Essie - Clutch me if you can
MUA - Koala Bear

When I'm not running about London, perfect Sunday afternoons are usually coffee fuelled, sat dog-earring my favourite books, bloggers and magazines. Today's nail post captures this so well with its flooded, dog eared corners.

I started by taping off the bottom half of my nails with sellotape to stop any colour being applied there. Make sure the tape is stuck down will without any air bubbles to stop seeping. 
Apply two coats of your first colour and leave to dry. 
Using a fine paint brush (or the corner of the nail varnish brush if you have a steady hand), paint on a small acute triangle across the base. 
Be careful when peeling off the sellotape, so not to damage your cuticles.

Voila 

Tan xx