Hi Sassy! Best online shop for 2017

This is probably the most popular website recently ! 

Hi Sassy always has the latest trends and their clothes are incredibly cheap. This is one of my favorite stores to order clothes and accessories from online. Shopping online at Hi Sassy is great because you can most likely find everything that you want in your size and there are tons of amazing deals and sales!

Best Online shops in England!

Visiting London soon? wondering where you should go for the best shopping shops? You should be prepared and shop online before your arrival and ship your packages to the hotel you are about to stay. This way your shopping will be more efficient, and this is how we like it, and you will never be missing an item because of missing size or color you wished to have. And if the item is not fitting you well, you can return it and get your money back! so this is a WIN-WIN!

Here is the full list of best fashion shopping websites in England and London.
Linzi Shoes, Linzishoes.com 
Boohoo, Boohoo.com
Missguided, Missguided.co.uk
Lavish Alice, Lavishalice.com
Own the Runway, Owntherunway.com
Stylist Pick, Stylistpick.com
Glamorous, Glamorousuk.com
Monki, Monki.com

Up-and-coming designers:
Oki-ni.com, Oki-ni.com
Look Bible, Lookbible.com
Not Just a Label, Notjustalabel.com
ASOS Marketplace, Marketplace.asos.com
Young British Designers, Youngbritishdesigners.com 

Vestiaire Collective, Vestiairecollective.com
Rokit, Rokit.co.uk
Love Miss Daisy, Lovemissdaisy.com
Beyond Retro, beyondretro.com

Lux Fix, Lux-fix.com 
Yoox, Yoox.com
Then and Now Shop, Thenandnowshop.com 
TK Maxx Gold Label, Tkmaxx.com
BrandAlley, Brandalley.co.uk
eBay Fashion Gallery, Ebay.co.uk 
Secret Sales, Secretsales.com
My Habit, Myhabit.com
The Outnet, Theoutnet.com

The Dressing Room, The-dressingroom.com
Coggles, Coggles.com
Cricket, Cricket-fashion.com  

LN-CC, Ln-cc.com
Avenue 32, Avenue32.com
My Theresa, Mytheresa.com
Moda Operandi, Modaoperandi.com
Stylebop, Stylebop.com
London Boutiques (now called Grazia Shop), London-boutiques.com
Shoe Scribe, Shoescribe.com  
Watch That Label, Watch-that-label.com
Mr Porter, Mrporter.com

Best Mom blogs 2016!

Here is my full list of best blogs for moms!
  1. LaDonna Dennis – Mom Blog Society
  2. Liz Gumbinner – Cool Mom Picks
  3. Scarlet Paolicchi – Family Focus Blog
  4. Jacinda Boneau & Jaime Morrison Curtis – Pretty Prudent
  5. Jenn Worden – Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog
  6. Lenore Skenazy – Free Range Kids
  7. Lisa Leake – 100 Days of Real Food
  8. Janel C – A Mom’s Take
  9. Leah Segedie – Mamavation
  10. Kristen Howerton – Rage Against the Minivan
  11. Nicole Feliciano – MomTrends
  12. Heather Armstrong – Dooce
  13. Melissa Weintraub – The Mommyhood Chronicles
  14. Cher Kachelmuss – Mom and More
  15. Lisa Weidknecht – Planet Weidknecht
  16. Pamela Maynard – Mom Does Reviews
  17. Kate Marsh Lord – The Shopping Mama
  18. Louise Bishop – MomStart
  19. Liz Mays – A Nut in a Nutshell
  20. Colleen Shibley – Shibley Smiles
  21. Vera Sweeney – Lady and the Blog
  22. Anna Fader – Mommy Poppins
  23. Jennifer Gervens – Sweet T Makes Three
  24. Kimberly Vetrano – She Scribes
  25. Crissy Page – Dear Crissy
  26. Nicole Etolen – Pretty Opinionated
  27. Gabrielle Blair – Design Mom
  28. Jennifer Regan – Eighty MPH Mom
  29. Sadie Lankford – Slap Dash Mom
  30. Heather Smith – OurKidsMom
  31. Angela Roy – Mommy PR
  32. Kelle Hampton – Enjoying the Small Things
  33. Shannon Gosney – The Mommy Files
  34. Alicia Peiffer – Making Time For Mommy
  35. Valerie Gray – Mom Knows It All
  36. Holly Duce – Mommies With Cents
  37. Leticia Barr – Tech Savvy Mama
  38. Bridgette Duplantis – The Not-So-Blog’s Experimental Mommy
  39. Kim Delatorre – Shop With Me Mama
  40. Chrissy Taylor – The Taylor House
  41. Melissa Willms – Outnumbered 3 to 1
  42. Kristin Lesney-Ruiz – Our Ordinary Life
  43. Lauren – Crazy About My Baybah
  44. Janessa Solem – Thrifty Nifty Mom
  45. Trisha Novotny – 24/7 MOMS
  46. Jen Dotson – Thrifty NW Mom
  47. Beth Feldman – Role Mommy
  48. Virginia Higgins – That Bald Chick
  49. Danielle Simmons – Simmworks Family Blog
  50. Kat Bouska – Mama’s Losin’ It

DIY rope heels: Geneva Vanderzeil shows you how to make your own knotted rope heels.

DIY rope heels
DIY rope heels
Summer is the perfect time to bring out your nautical-inspired ensembles, and what could be better than a pair of knotted rope high heel embellishments – which can be worn across a multitude of shoe styles and are perfect for hitting the high seas (sartorially that is!). These are so simple to make, just follow these instructions.
You will need: 
A pair of simple heels in a plain colour, preferably with an ankle strap. (I used a natural-coloured strappy heel by Tony Bianco.)
Natural-coloured cotton rope
E6000 glue
Thread that matches the rope
Two lobster clasps and four large jump rings.
How to:
1. Start by cutting the rope into two pieces measuring around 70cm each (or a little more depending on your ankle size). Tape the ends so that they don’t fray.
2. Take a piece of rope and put glue on the end, and then press the ends together. 
3. Repeat for the other piece of rope and then wait for them both to dry.
4. Using the thread, wrap around the tape so you can’t see the join. Secure with some glue.
5. This is what it should look like.
6. Tie the doubled-over rope into a knot.
7. In one end, attach a jump ring.
8. In the other end attach a jump ring and lobster clasp.
9. Repeat for the other piece of rope and you should have two knotted rope anklets that can be clipped around your heels to up the summery nautical factor.
Et voila – so simple! Perfect worn with a flared skirt and simple slouchy singlet.
Blog by Geneva Vanderzeil from A Pair and A Spare.