Hey jelly babies, I didn't realise but today is Themattelip's second birthday, I feel like such a bad mother for not remembering, but I think we all know my attention to this baby has been a little erratic, I still can't promise you that's gonna change. I do still appreciate my little corner of the … Continue reading Liv Does…Reykjavik (Iceland)
Bonjour ma petite chou-fleurs! Last Sunday I spent the day in Lille (the trip was organised by work but I decided to drag the fella along with me). It was a very early start for a Sunday morning but it was cool to go through the Eurotunnel for the first time, I also thought while … Continue reading Liv Does…Lille
Helloooooo ladies and jelly babies! Yes I'm still alive and aware it has been over a month since I last blogged, I won't pretend that I'm turning a corner and there'll be a regular post every week because well, I've failed at that haha. So stay tuned for slightly irregular posts, maybe when you least … Continue reading Liv Does…An Overnight Stay at London Zoo
Hey my lovelies, I hope you're having a wonderful weekend! Now if you've been reading my blog for a bit you might remember a series I started called 'Liv Does' (Liv Does: the 70’s and Liv Does: The 50’s) centred around looks from different eras, now I didn't mean to abandon it, it just became a bit difficult … Continue reading Liv Does… Paddle Boarding!
Good evening my 70's beauties! This week I've brought you another one of my favourite eras, I think it's my inner flower child come out! But anyway on nights out recently I seem to be gravitating towards a more 70's style and I'm really loving it. So this week I thought I'd bring you more of … Continue reading Liv Does: the 70’s
Hello my Pink Ladies (and T-Birds if you're reading this). I thought I'd start a new series where (hopefully) each week I take on a different era stretching from the 1920's to the 1990's. I would've started in chronological order but it is actually really really hard to find a 1920's dress that isn't too … Continue reading Liv Does: The 50’s