Tuesday, 28 June 2016

All Kinds of Loveliness.

I've written on countless occasions about all the opportunities blogging brings. As well as making some very firm friendships within the blogosphere, I've also met and corresponded with a lot of business women, many of whom are busy mothers and all of whom have had a vision and determination to bring their product to market.

Katarina Stetz has a dual degree in chemical engineering and finance. During her maternity leave she had the idea of creating personalised skincare so she founded Ninni. The custom blend is done in a series of steps with a choice of "My Day," (anti-oxidants and CoQ10) or "My Night," (hyaluronic acid and peptides), followed by a choice of two scents (or an unscented version). I chose lemon and rosemary as a day cream and lavender and chamomile as a night cream. I have been using them for about two months now and although I'm not a beauty blogger or an expert on skincare, I can say that they are beautiful creams and leave my skin feeling soft and smooth. I love lavender in anything so I find the night cream not only smoothes my skin, but soothes my soul before bed. 


Ninni skincare

Despite having my own jewellery website, I never tire of seeing new designs. Toolally Jewellery, founded by Mags, is a brand that is based within a few miles of where I live. She wanted her jewellery designs to make a statement and they do just that. I wore mine last week with my pink kinitted Chanel-style jacket and boyfriend jeans and got numerous compliments. They're beautifully made and very lightweight and I suspect, rather addictive.


Toolally statement earrings


In the interests of equality, it seems only fair that I mention a duo of male entrepeneurs. Rene Seppeur, along with his university friend Matthias Groo, designed the Space Wallet when realising that a significant proportion of men, removed their bulky wallet from their back pocket when sitting down. These tiny wallets are little bigger than a credit card but are ideal for a night out when a card and a few notes is all that's needed. There is a small change compartment too. I have already used mine when space is a premium in a clutch bag and I will be packing it to use on holiday too. You can see just how small it is in relation to my sunglasses and ring. The wallets are made in Germany, come in a wide variety of colours and styles and international shipping is free.

Space Wallet, pearl jewellery and gold stars ring

As well as small brands, it's lovely getting the opportunity to try things from established brands too. This is the Leighton Denny Tribal Fever nail polish collection and the Must Have Mani Makeover Kit which includes a glass nail file, a buffer and a divine hand cream. The colours are richly pigmented and very vibrant and my nails remained chip-free for several days, which is most unusual for me! I love every single colour and know these will serve me throughout the summer months. 

Leighton Denny Tribal Fever nail polish

This bracelet was sent to me from the lovely team at Aspire Style from their new personalised jewellery selection. This is a rose gold friendship bracelet and I have the names of my children engraved on it, one on each side of the heart. It's so pretty and would be a beautiful gift for women of all ages. This is something that sits beautifully alongside the rest of my jewellery and I have worn it every day since it arrived.

Aspire style personalised friendship bracelet

I hope this will lead you to some new websites and to some new products, so that between us we can support small(er) businesses when we can.

Love Liz x


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Sunday, 26 June 2016

A Look at Ethical Fashion and a Purple Floral Dress

The ethical side of fashion is something I've been giving a lot of thought to of late, because I've just finished writing my fashion column for the August issue of Aspire which is about eco-fashion. My research made for fascinating reading and I've been looking at brands that source their materials in a sustainable, ethical and transparent way 

The fashion industry has a significant impact on the environment because so much of our clothing is composed of synthetic materials such as nylon and polyester. These artificial fibres are made from petrochemicals which themselves cause pollution. One particularly worrying by-product of nylon production is nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas that has a far greater effect than carbon dioxide on global warming. I was surprised to learn that natural fibres too can be just as detrimental to the environment and astounded to discover that non-organic cotton uses more pesticide per cotton plant than almost any other crop in the world. Ongoing exposure to pesticides has been linked to illness among farmers and disruption of the eco-system as well as damage to other plants and animals. Certain dyes and chemicals used in the wool industry including those in a sheep-dip are toxic and polycotton, especially popular in bedding because of its non-crease properties is almost always treated with formaldehyde.

Eco-fashion is rather a broad term used for clothing, fabrics and accessories that have been manufactured in an environmentally conscious way with organic and recycled clothing coming under that umbrella. It's by no means a new concept, but there's perhaps an ongoing misconception that it's all tie-dye and sack cloth, or, at the other end of the scale, Stella McCartney and her vegan accessories that sometimes carry a four-figure price tag. This couldn’t be further from the truth with global brands such as Skunk Funk and Braintree producing collections that are as desirable, beautiful and stylish as the next brand. They are conscious of the provenance of the raw materials and of the ethos of the supply chain. They consider the environmental impact of distribution, so choose a ship over a plane. They retail at a price point comparable with brands with a similar aesthetic and they trade fairly. 
What more could one ask for?

Developments in technology mean environmentally friendly textiles have become a viable alternative. Here are a few, some of which are rather surprising, to look out for.

Organic textiles - grown without using harmful pesticides or genetically modified organisms.
Hemp- grows readily without pesticides. When blended with organic cotton, a soft, elastic fabric results. When blended with silk it produces a smooth, luxurious cloth which drapes beautifully.
Bamboo - a quick-growing crop that doesn’t require fertilisers or pestcicides. It is soft and comfortable and is ideal for socks, underwear and leggings.
Linen - a renewable fibre found in the flax plant which is fast and easy growing.
Tencel - the brand name for a regenerated fibre, (lyocell), made from the cellulose of eucalyptus wood and is widely accepted to be one of the most environmentally friendly fabrics because of the transparency of the supply chain. Eucalyptus trees are farmed for this purpose and are grown without irrigation or chemicals.
Wild silk - cruelty-free because the cocoons are only gathered after the moth emerges.
Crabyon - the brand name for an innovative fibre derived from chitin, (obtained from the shell of crabs and shellfish) which is combined with cellulose to create a biological, antibacterial yarn perfect for lingerie and swimwear. How oerfect that derivatives of sea-creatures go to make materials for swimwear.
Recycled polyester - an eco-fashionable way of giving plastic bottles a second chance at life. Used in a growing number of garments from dresses to fleeces to t-shirts and jackets.

Eco-friendly footwear has taken giant steps forward in terms of style and choice too. Recycled plastic bottles are formed into a microfibre, used to make faux suede footwear. Biodegradable synthetic leathers, organic cotton and hemp and recycled wood for heels, wedges and platforms combine to make statement footwear that is both sustainable and fairly traded. Glues are water-based and dyes are vegetable-based, ensuring everything biodegrades harmlessly. From head to toe, there's an eco-friendly option available.

For further research, I met with Paul Barber, the owner of From The Source in Skipton. There and online, he sells a variety of ethical clothing, accessories and gifts including eco-brands Braintree, Nomads, Mudd & Water and Skunk Funk. He stocks menswear too and because I'm fairly sure my brother doesn't read my blog, I can say here that I'm going to get him a shirt for his upcoming birthday.
This dress was from there last year. It's a trans-seasonal favourite of mine and I've shared it on several occasions on my blog.  It's by Australian brand Braintree whose strapline is "thoughtful clothing." The brand whispers rather than shouts about its ethos and I think this gentle approach is an incredibly clever way of raising awareness by being neither self-righteous nor judgmental. I think you'll agree that even though I'm indulging in a bit of tree-hugging, or at least, tree-patting myself here, the dress is as far from dippy-hippy as one could imagine.

Braintree eco-fashion purple floral dress

Braintree eco-fashion purple floral dress

Braintree eco-fashion purple floral dress

Braintree eco-fashion purple floral dress

Braintree eco-fashion purple floral dress

Danon long dragonfly necklace

Danon Swarovski set bee charm bracelet

Braintree eco-fashion purple floral dress

If you're local to, or visiting Skipton, do call in to From The Source. It's very close to the canal basin and there's a lovely teashop, Helene's, next door, where my daughter and I had the most divine afternoon tea. Paul and his team will make you most welcome and he's very knowledgeable about clothing generally and eco-brands specifically.  


Love Liz x

Outfit details:
Purple floral dress, Braintree via From The Source, past season.
Double star ring in silver (also available in matt gold) £25 by Danon at Lizzy O
T-bar bee charm bracelet, £29.95, Danon at Lizzy O
Long dragonfly necklace, £39.95, Danon at Lizzy O
Silver sandals, Boden, previous season.

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Friday, 24 June 2016

Pink Knitted Tweed Jacket, Pink Shoes and Statement Earrings.

You may remember the post I did quite recently in which I wore a pink knitted Chanel-inspired jacket from Winser London and in which I also introduced The Over 40 Collective. One of the reasons I chose the jacket was because I knew I'd be able to wear it again and again and in different ways. Last time was with skinny jeans and flat brogues. This time, it was with boyfriend jeans, a white broderie anglaise tee and pink heels. I do like combining smarter pieces with more casual ones and there is something about wearing these slightly battered jeans with dressy shoes that I love. 


Pink knitted Chanel style jacket with distressed boyfriend jeans and pink heels

Pink knitted Chanel style jacket with distressed boyfriend jeans and pink heels

Pink knitted Chanel style jacket with distressed boyfriend jeans and pink heels

Pink knitted Chanel style jacket with distressed boyfriend jeans and pink heels

Pink knitted Chanel style jacket with distressed boyfriend jeans and pink heels

I try to support small, new, emerging or local brands where possible and my earrings really couldn't be more local. They're by Toolally, a company that is based a few miles from me at Broughton Hall, Skipton. Despite the brand's youth, it is already seeing great success and was mentioned in the current (July) issue of British Vogue. These earrings are stylish, unusual, comfortable and make a statement. What more could one ask of one's jewellery? Apart from perhaps co-ordinating well with a favourite pair of shoes...


Toollaly HRH earrings


Love Liz x

Outfit details:
*Cotton knitted tweed jacket, Winser London. Sold out at the time of writing but available in pale blue at the reduced price of £79.
White broderie anglaise tee, Fat Face, past season.
Boyfit jeans, Next, past season
Double star ring in matt gold, £25, also available in silver Danon at Lizzy O.
*Earrings, HRH in blush pink, £35 Toolally
Pink shoes, Next, past season.
*Nail polish, Tribal Dance, Leighton Denny.

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*Disclosure: my earrings were a gift from Toolally. I did not receive payment for this blog post. All opinion is 100% honest and all content is my own.

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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

The Hope Fashion Fucshia and Orange Dress

Sometimes, when the days are rather grey, a bright colour can go a long way in making one feel a little more summery. A vibrant nail colour or scarf is sometimes all that's needed to lift both the spirits and an outfit. Other times, it's nice to go beyond that and have not just a pop of colour, but a veritable explosion.
This silk dress from Hope is one of the happiest dresses I've ever seen. It has just been loaned to me to photograph for my blog, so it'll be winging it's way back rather than coming on holiday with me, but wouldn't it just be perfect for strolling to supper on a hot evening somewhere abroad? The fucshia pink and orange are such an uplifting combination and the pop-on shape makes it perfect for effortless post-beach dressing. That being said, I can think of numerous occasions that this dress would be perfect for in this country- a barbecue, a lunch date, shopping perhaps with a denim jacket or scarf if needed. 

As with all Hope clothing it is beautifully cut and I particularly love the dipped hemline. It is one those dresses that would be part of a staple holiday wardrobe year after year. The only slight negative is that it is dry clean only, but that is of course to be expected with this gorgeous Crepe de Chine silk. It does however feel so divine that I'd say it's probably worth it.

Hope clothing fucshia and orange pop-on dress

Hope clothing fucshia and orange pop-on dress

Hope clothing fucshia and orange pop-on dress

Hope clothing fucshia and orange pop-on dress

Hope clothing fucshia and orange pop-on dress

Love Liz x

Outfit details:
The silk pop-on dress,  £150, Hope Fashion
Double star ring in matt gold (also available in silver) £25 by Danon at Lizzy O
Rose gold Dragonfly pendant, £15, Lizzy O (also available in silver with a black chord).
Scarf, £12.50, Lizzy O
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Snake print wedge sandals, Clarks, past season.
*Nail polish, Tribal Dance, Leighton Denny.

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Sunday, 19 June 2016

Adding Colour with Summer Scarves and Accessories

I was asked the other day about my signature style and what the most important aspect of my wardrobe was, to which I answered accessories and shoes. I truly believe that both can change the entire look of an outfit in a relatively inexpensive way. I'm sure my answer comes as no surprise, after all, I have my own jewellery and accessories website and this week I've added a lot of new summer pieces. 

It was scarves that I started my little business with just over two years ago and I'm always amazed by how many women have twenty, thirty or more. I have lovely repeat customers who see scarves as being practical all year round as well as being the perfect way of adding a pop of colour or pattern around the face. It goes without saying that scarves are their most useful during autumn and winter, but I wear mine regularly throughout spring and summer. I find they are an excellent way of protecting the delicate skin on the neck and chest from the sun, they add a layer when the mornings are on the chilly side and they are also great for sitting outside in the evenings because here in the UK it is very rare indeed that we can sit al-fresco sans woollies once the barbeque is over. They act as a barrier between midges and mosquitoes and our skin and they can also be used as a small sarong or beach cover-up in hotter climes. 

Red flower scarf, Lizzy O Boutique

Dandelion scarf, Lizzy O Boutique

Dandelion scarf, Lizzy O Boutique

Scarves are also an excellent way of dipping a toe into a seasonal trend. For example, one only needs to look at Instagram to see that pineapples are everywhere. Available in beige and black and light khaki with turquoise they inject a bit of fruity fun into an outfit.

Pineapple scarf

Pineapple scarf

Pineapple scarf

These birds of paradise are lovely adding pretty colour and detail.

Bird of paradise scarf

Birds of paradise scarf

Dragonflies are among my favourite things so I couldn't resist these scarves which come in sky blue and hot pink, each with little scattered dragonflies in different colours. These dragonflies are textured, (I'm trying to think of how best to describe them, They're not embroidered, nor are they printed but they are raised from the fabric of the scarf).

Dragonfly scarf

Bright pink dragonfly scarf

And keeping with the dragonflies, these large statement pendants are a very versatile piece of jewellery and are available in rose-gold and in silver. I wore mine with my LBD last week.

Lizzy O rose gold large dragonfly pendant

Rose gold large dragonfly pendant

Large silver Dragonflypendant

These buckle wrap bracelets have proved popular in silver grey and rose-gold (I'm wearing the rose-gold one in the photograph above), so I added a versatile black to the collection. They are super sparkly and are very elegant and neat and are a lightweight way to add a lot of shine.

Black sparkly wrap bracelet with buckle

And finally, two vibrant wrap bracelet designs in turquoise and in hot pink. Fabulous on the beach and layered for festivals and parties. These both wrap round the wrist twice and fasten with a press-stud.

Turquoise diamante wrap bracelet

Bright pink wrap bracelet

The scarves and wrap bracelets are £12.50 and the pendants are £15, but for the duration of Euro 2016, I am offering a 10% discount with the code "footballwidow". All payments are facilitated by Paypal but payment is also accepted from all major credit and debit cards, but it's not very on the website though when going through the payment steps. For card payments, the option of "creating an account" or "checking out as a guest" must be selected. It will still look like it's Paypal, but all relevant card details can then be entered.
I post everything first class and almost always within two days of receipt of the order. The Lizzy O jewellery comes in an organza gift bag. The scarves come wrapped in bright pink tissue paper.
The "footballwidow" 10% discount code is also valid on my Danon jewellery range. Depending on stock levels, these items may take a little longer to be delivered because if they aren't in stock, they're ordered from Israel, where they're handcrafted.

If you're celebrating Father's Day today, have a wonderful day. My parents will be spending the afternoon with us. My dad is the man above all men and is a rock for me and my children and is the is epitome of kindness, gentleness and loyalty and we absolutely adore him. This was taken last year when he was my lunch date for a food review I did for work. I love you dad.

Peter Yeowart


Love Liz x

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Tuesday, 14 June 2016

A Pink Poncho, A Flamingo Top and Some Rules For Parenting Teens.

You may remember that I attended a 30-40+ blogger meet in London, last month. The event was sponsored by Hope Fashion and the founder Nayna Mackintosh very kindly gave every delegate one of these bright pink ponchos. It's a mix of Merino wool and cashmere and is unbelievably soft, light and warm. I don't wear wool ordinarily because I find that it makes me itch, but this doesn't at all, so soft are the fibres, (which is rather a shame for my mum because I would have given it to her if it did).

These photographs were taken two weeks ago, before I had my hair cut and the day before the start of the hot sunny spell that lasted for well over a week. It was too warm to even think about writing a post about it so I put it on the back-burner until now, because the temperature has dropped significantly and it's grey and wet outside. An injection of  bright colour is perfect for dull days although I think this poncho will be useful all year round. I'd wear it with denim shorts and sandals on a breezy British beach and with layers and boots in winter and it's ideal for in-flight cosiness because unlike a jacket, it can easily be folded and packed away if arriving at a warm destination. 

I wore mine on a day when I was running errands in Skipton with my children during their half-term holiday. I've found of late that my 13 year-old son is less and less keen to go out in public with me lest we be seen together, because he would "literally die of embarrassment." Because of this, he walks incredibly quickly ahead of me, so flat shoes are a must for keeping apace with him. They're also a good and practical option when traversing Skipton's cobbles too actually. I take heart in the fact that I know I'm not the only embarrassing mother, because several others have been afforded the same accolade by their equally quick-footed teenage boys. He makes me laugh though and so long as I follow his guidelines, he's happy. I may "like" his Instagram posts, but I may not be the first liker. I may not comment in case someone traces it and me back to my blog. Unthinkable. When watching him play football/rugby, I may clap and cheer but I am not permitted to say actual words. I may only attend to him when injured if bone is visible, if he has been rendered unconscious or if the Air Ambulance has been summoned. I wonder what his friends would think if they were to hear him tell me several times a day that he loves me. If they were to see just how caring and sensitive he is and that he still likes to snuggle with me, while wearing his monkey onesie, before he goes to bed. I suspect that behind closed doors they're all the same. 

In complete contrast, my 15 year-old daughter loves going out with me and is pleased if we bump into her friends when we're out. She asks if I'll comment on her social media and warns me in advance that she's about to post to Instagram so that I can be the first liker. She is proud of my blog and has told her media teacher about it. Yet, getting her to lie with me for a cuddle is like trying to catch a cloud. She rarely says "I love you" preferring to text the diminutive "ILY" but I'm in no doubt about how much she loves me. 

My children are my everything and my world revolves around them. I enjoy (almost) every minute with them and I love seeing how their personalities and personae are developing. I adore them, they adore me and even a day such as this when all we did was go to the dentist and to the school uniform shop, I was left with precious memories of time spent together. These little things are sometimes quite big.

The Hope bright pink poncho and flamingo top

The Hope bright pink poncho and flamingo top

The Hope bright pink poncho and flamingo top

The Hope bright pink poncho and flamingo top

The Hope bright pink poncho and flamingo top

This quirky flamingo top is the same cut and style as one I have with navy pineapples on which I wore a month or two ago with a bright orange jacket. It's lighthearted, bright and a bit of fun and I absolutely love it.

Thank you to my daughter for taking these photographs, in public, on our way home.

The Hope bright pink poncho and flamingo top

Love Liz x

Outfit details:
*Pink flamingo print top, £29, Dash Fashion
*The Poncho Knit in fuhshia, £95 Hope Fashion
Boyfit Jeans, Next
Double star ring in matt silver (also available in matt gold) £25 by Danon at Lizzy O
Silver skate shoes, Johnnie B at Boden, past season

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Disclosure: My flamingo top was a gift from Dash. All opinions are 100% honest and all content is my own. I was not obliged to blog about these items nor did I receive any payment for writing this post. Thank you for supporting the brands that support What Lizzy Loves. 
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Sunday, 12 June 2016

White Lace Dress and Zebra Clutch

As weekends go, it's been a lovely one so far and one that has revolved around friends and football. It started on Friday afternoon when I got quite a lot cut off my hair and had some golden highlights and lowlights added to brighten it up for the summer months. The colours are very similar to my own reddish-blonde hair so it's still very natural looking, it's just a better version of it!  I've been going to the same hairdresser, Claire at Chic Hair Studio in Skipton, for almost ten years now. She's become a friend and is someone I look forward to seeing- an amazing woman with a quite remarkable story.  

On Friday evening my friend Annemarie hosted a pamper evening at her home. Yvette Greenway is our beautician, (who has also become a very good friend), and her business Feel Good Therapy, focuses on the well-being side of beauty treatments. Yvette spoke about the importance of feeling good on the inside and demonstrated Elemis and Neom products while we had a few glasses of fizz and nibbles. I definitely think that time spent laughing with friends is one of the best things for well-being too.

The run of dry, sunny weather broke on Friday but it was still very warm so I wore this white lace dress, another of my summer favourites. It lent itself to being accessorised with this fabulously quirky zebra-print clutch. Combining different (animal) prints is something I do frequently and my leopard print wrap bracelet co-ordinated nicely. 

White lace dress, zebra print clutch bag, leopard print wrap bracelet and wedge sandals

White lace dress, zebra print clutch bag, leopard print wrap bracelet and wedge sandals

White lace dress, zebra print clutch bag, leopard print wrap bracelet and wedge sandals

My earrings are by Danon and are available at Lizzy O, my online boutique. As with all Danon products, they are handcrafted in Israel and co-ordinate with other items, including the star ring above.

Danon silver heart drop earrings, from Lizzy O boutique

White lace dress, zebra print clutch bag, leopard print wrap bracelet and wedge sandals

White lace dress, zebra print clutch bag, leopard print wrap bracelet and wedge sandals

White lace dress, zebra print clutch bag, leopard print wrap bracelet and wedge sandals

Yvette Greenway, Feel good Therapy

Yesterday, Saturday, I spent the whole day from 8.45am watching my son and his football team play in a tournament. It's always great watching them and the team is a close-knit one which means the parents are too. Chatting on the sidelines, with what is a lovely group of football mums (and dads), is one of the highlights of my week when our boys play their weekly Sunday matches, the social aspect for both players and families being a lovely bonus. Our team finished top of their group after six matches. The quarter and semi-finals both went to extra time but they won the final convincingly, beating their opponents 3-0 in ordinary time. Thankfully, thankfully, no penalty shoot-outs were required because as mother of the goalkeeper, I can hardly bear to watch. The victory was particularly sweet and so well-deserved, because they have reached the final in this same tournament for four years now, only to have beeen beaten in the final. We were all, and still are, absolutely elated and I am as delighted for the fantastic coaching team as I am for our boys. And what better way to celebrate than with a quick drink together afterwards.
Football tournament winners, June 2016
The football did of course continue last night as we watched England v Russia in the Euros. We were slightly less elated about that particular result but it will be interesting to watch their progress. I'm from a football-loving family and it's a big and very important part of my life because of my son's passion. I do appreciate though that it's not quite as appealing to others, so for the duration of the the Euros, I'm offering 10% off everything at Lizzy O (Danon jewellery, scarves, pendants and wrap bracelets), with the code footballwidow. I'm hoping to add new stock later this week, so please do keep an eye out. Payment is faciliated via Paypal but checking out as a guest allows payment with major credit cards.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend,

Love Liz x

Outfit details:
White lace dress, Kaleidoscope, past season
Zebra print clutch bag, Kaleidoscope, £25
Silver star ring (also availabe in matt gold), £25 by Danon at Lizzy O
Silver heart drop earrings, £19.95 Danon at Lizzy O
Leopard print wrap bracelet, £12.50, Lizzy O (sign up to my monthly newsletter in the right hand sidebar of my blog for exclusive discounts for Lizzy O).
Snake print wedge sandals, Clarks, oast season.

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