Polka Dot Nails

I thought I would try out polka dot nails after seeing an article in Look magazine on how to do it. Here are the results:

polka dot nails

All you need are two different colours of nail polish and a pin. I chose a light colour for the base and a darker colour for the polka dots. Once you have applied the base coat, just dip the head of a pin into your colour of choice and apply the dots. Mine aren’t very even but I kind of like it like that. I got some compliments so will probably be trying it again, but with a different colour combination. What do you think?

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I love my…new boots!

In my last post I showed you the new wedge ankle boots I bought and I am loving them! So much so that I decided to wear them out again tonight. This is what I’m wearing them with tonight:


This pretty electric blue 50s style dress was from Topshop and I bought it a couple of years ago.

New…ASOS wedge ankle boots

I made the most of the ASOS sale recently and bought some new wedge ankle boots. I kept seeing these when building outfits and loved them. They were half price at just £24! If you’re interested you can find them here.

New ankle boots

They’re perfect for a night out as they’re actually pretty comfortable; and I don’t normally wear heels. I thought I’d keep the rest of the outfit simple to emphasise the boots!

DIY Glitter toe flats

There are lots of simple things you can do to give your wardrobe an instant makeover. I thought I would try to update a pair of shoes and here are the results.

DIY Glitter toe flats

These shoes were just £6 from Primark and the glitter and fabric glue was bought at a fabric shop for just £6.
It’s really easy to do; just cover the toe of the shoe in fabric glue and sprinkle over the glitter. Leave it to dry (I left it overnight) and then get rid of the excess glitter. It’s as simple as that!