When I started this blog more than a decade ago, cottagecore didn’t have a name. But it was this aesthetic that kindled my love for fashion and led me to try and create a bit more representation for people who look like me. That was 2010. Now in 2022, cottagecore is fairly mainstream and has been so for a while now – yet the bodies that it centres remain as thin and white as ever.
As I was editing these rowan blessed photos from early autumn, I started thinking of how depressing the second half of autumn can seem. So I thought I’d share some of my tips for managing seasonal depression during these gloomy winter months.
On International Women’s Day, I’ve partnered with Redbubble to bring you a. some joyous images of fat bodies being unabashedly, gloriously celebrated, and b. some thoughts on vulnerability in women’s empowerment.
I’m a feminist and this is what I look like. I embrace femininity and softness and it’s my deeply held belief that equality can only be achieved through the empowerment of all women.
Lila Oona was born at 12.35pm on the 5th of July, weighing in at 7lbs and 9oz. She’s our entire universe and so, so beloved. Here’s her birth story.
Valentine’s Day has unexpectedly crept up on me this year. Owen and I aren’t really doing anything this time because everything in 2018 is about The Wedding and the move.
A few things occurred to me the day I wore my new red gingham dress to go to a cute cafe and indulge in cappuccinos and chocolate cake. One: You can never be too old for a good hair bow.
I recently realised that 2017 marks 10 years that I’ve been practicing fat positivity. It’s a slightly overwhelming thought.
It’s the first day of 2017 and warm enough already for a little splash in the pool!