Sunday, March 6, 2011
Sunday Link Love
I’d like to start off this weeks Sunday Link Love with a couple of congratulations. First up I’d like to say a HUGE well done to Bangs and a Bun who today completed the Paris half marathon along with a whole bunch of awe inspiring women to raise money for charity refuge. She really is an inspiration.
Secondly I’d like to say a big congrats to Leia for getting engaged and she gets married in just one month. Woo I love happy news.
Now onto the links I’ve been loving this week.
Arash has gone from strength to strength and his posts are always so well written. This week I absolutely loved his post on ethical fashion and he asked the question how ethical are you. He made some brilliant points and his is the only male written blog that I read.
The Loudmouth features yet again for a post where she talks about doing what makes you happiest. Leaving the security of a full time job that wasn’t fulfilling her in any way and taking control of her life. Truly inspirational.
Bella is one of my dearest blogger one friends and one of the most supportive. I can’t even describe how amazing I think she is. She also is one of the most creative bloggers and in this post she is rocking polka dots in a way that's truly original and amazing. I still find it hard to believe she’s not my age as she looks so young. LOVE HER!
Joanne Faith shares 50 tips for creating a killer blog is a wonderful resource for new fashion bloggers. She shares some really great tips and tricks and as a web designer she knows what she’s talking about. She’s fairly new on my radar but I’m sure we’ll hear plenty more from her.
Last but not least is a wonderful post from Kristy Elena of Full Time Fabulous. This post is about how she met Katy Perry. Wow. Is she lucky or what. And she more than matches Katy's beauty. Its all too obvious why she won the Sunglass Hut blogging contest and she’s created a wonderful network of bloggers who all uplift and support each other.
So those are the links I’m loving this week and hope you will too.
Before I go I’d just like to say a huge thanks to everyone who’s left me supportive comments on both my John Galliano post that was a hugely personal and a heart wrenching post to write and also on my change of direction for this blog and my buying practices in general. I hope I'll be able to show you all that you can shop ethically while retaining your style.