Nothing to Wear?

Nothing to Wear? 0

You wouldn’t believe how many times I hear the words “I have nothing to wear!” every week!  Women at the end of their tether who are sick of uttering these five little words (or sometimes their husbands or boyfs who have heard these words one too many times end up calling on their behalf!)

So this week, dedicated to all those women who are stood in front of their wardrobes, huffing and puffing, surrounded by a pile of clothes on the floor, close to tears because from their three bulging wardrobes, they can’t find one outfit they want to wear, I’ve published my first book, cunningly entitled ‘Nothing to Wear!’

I have to say, writing this book has been somewhat trying. I love to write and blog, but compiling every experience I’ve ever had with a client in to a ‘how to’ manual for women who want to achieve a wardrobe they love, has not been easy.

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Yoga Magic 0

Yoga magic

I have recently been rediscovering the magical properties of Hatha Yoga.

As an endometriosis girl finding ways to complement my energy levels and cardiovascular activities are a challenge; I used to go to yoga before having the Mini Divas, and have been back for the the last 3 weeks for some much needed strength and stretching. More

Hello and Goodbye!

Hello and Goodbye! 0

Hello Freya fans! My name’s Katie Antoniou and I’m thrilled to be one of Freya’s new bloggers. I’m actually about to head off on holiday to America, so I thought I’d write a quick blog post to introduce myself and give you a peek inside my luggage before I set off. Pictured are some of my hand luggage essentials for a long trip- starting in the top left and working clockwise:

Music: I like to have something new on my ipod for a long plane journey- at the moment I have Gabby Young and Other Animals’ new album which has been the soundtrack to my summer.

Luxe City Guides: I used to have a real aversion to travel guides; so many just send you straight to all the tourist sites, whereas I actually prefer to discover all the best local hang-outs. I was sent the Luxe limited edition bespoke White Linen summer collection recently- you get to choose which 5 city guides it includes- and was thrilled to see that the London guide book included all the spots I would recommend to someone visiting our capital. I took this to be a good sign that these guys actually know what they’re talking about, so I’m looking forward to discovering other cities with their insider knowledge!

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Delving Beyond the Wardrobe

Delving Beyond the Wardrobe 0

Hello Freya Fans! Great to meet you all and so excited to be here blogging about the fabulous-ity of Freya, as one of their Winners of the 2012 Blog Star 2 Competition.

I am thrilled to be part of ‘Team Fitting Talk’ as a personal stylist and shopper based in the North West who has spent the last 5 years telling any woman who will listen about how a well-fitting bra can transform the look of any outfit, and go a long way to boosting confidence, in addition to boosting other more obvious assets!

I’m Nicola Cupples, a 31 year old gal living in Cheshire otherwise known as Style Companion who has quite a serious obsession with clothes and wardrobes – other people’s that is! Yes as a Personal Shopper my ‘office’ is actually inside other people’s wardrobes or a changing room somewhere, where I continue my mission to boost the confidence of women across the land by helping them to rediscover their style or indeed find new inspiration.

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Training & new Freya Active 0

dex diva cycletta

 

Hello lovely Fitting Talk readers!

I am sure you watched the Olympic Opening ceremony like me on Friday – wasn’t it MINDBLOWING? I loved the whole thing, from Branagh as Brunel to Mr Bean, Bond and the Queen, Becks on a boat…all of it was magical inspiring and just so….us.

So in the Olympic spirit I am of course still training for Cycletta and Run to the Beat. On Friday I was out on my mountain bike in the fens for 17k bike ride, and today I donned my trusty Team Bangs on the Run top and my Freya Active set to crank out a 4 mile run.

I feel like I have such a long way to go to get my stamina back up enough to be able to do 13 miles in October, but I know the cycling as cross training will help, and I have enough time to get myself there slowly, week by week.

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