Fashion, Style, Outfits, Primark, Primark outfit, primark leather jacket, studded leather jacket, how to wear a leather jacket

A very well known fact is that I am not a cool person. I always aspire to be one of those cool girls like you see on Instagram and Pinterest, you know the type that look like they've just rolled out of bed and are effortlessly cool and stylish. Yeah that's not me. I fall over my own feet, I'm constantly shiny and well yeah, just not overly cool. But that's okay, because I've found a jacket that makes me feel about 100x cooler than what I actually am, and its from good old Primark. I know right?

I sometimes struggle with Autumn/Winter dressing, because you know it's cold outside, and I'm a creature of comfort, I hate being cold, or my feet hurting, so I tend to keep things safe with jumpers and jeans. However I did decide this year that I want to try and experiment a little more, and although this outfit isn't groundbreaking or necessarily stylish, this studded leather jacket is a little out of my comfort zone.

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I spotted it in Manchester's Primark when I was there a few weeks ago now, I've always wanted a studded leather jacket so couldn't resist this one, even if I'm not 100% sure I can pull it off! Now here is the most shocking news, this was £40- I know right?

£40 for a jacket isn't much in somewhere like Topshop or Zara but £40 is a lot for Primark, however this is incredibly well made, and feels better quality than my Zara leather jacket, but I won't lie, it did feel weirdly wrong to spend so much on one thing in Primark!

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Like I said, I am not sure if this does suit me, but I'm gonna roll with it, I've paired it with an all Primark outfit, the jeans were just £9 ( and give Topshop's Joni Jeans a run for their money) a £6 pink jumper and some £12 boots, seriously you can't beat Primark!

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So I wanted to check in as I'm sure this will be one of those outfits that I'll be wearing a lot over the next few months and like I said in my denim skirt post, I wanted to start showing you what outfits I really wear and love, so here we go.

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I would love to know if you have an item of clothing that makes you feel a lot cooler, and anyways if you're uncool like me, I'm pretty sure that being cool is over rated ;)

Right I'm gonna go and grab some breakfast! Speak soon! x
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Up until this year, Pinterest was just somewhere that I spent a lot of time planning my dream home, wedding and wardrobe. However, it's so much more than that, in fact, I very recently realised that Pinterest is now used as a search engine and we should be using it as a platform to help our blogs.

I started to take Pinterest a bit more seriously at the beginning of this year, and it's had a pretty huge impact. I've been feeling frustrated over the past year or so as my blog traffic is down, I don't know if it's cause people seem to be reading less blogs these days, favouring content on apps like Instagram and Snapchat, or whether we're just too busy for blogs these days. I did realise, that my self promotion of my blog wasn't at it's best, and from doing a lot of research, I learnt that Pinterest was a good app to focus on. I decided to focus on it for a couple of months and see if anything improved, and I have to say it did. I also liked how Pinterest didn't seem like an app where I had to shout 'HEY LOOK AT MY BLOG' cause I'm not very good at shouting out about myself.

So today, I thought I'd share how you use Pinterest to help your blog, and how it doesn't need to take loads of time or effort, but can lead to increased blog traffic and new followers too! Without further a do, let's get started and show you the difference between me using Pinterest properly.

So let's compare between last September (2016) and the past 30 days (2017) and from looking at my analytics, there is a huge difference in the numbers, which has been really helping my blog out.

September 2016 

Average Monthly Viewers (people who see my pins )
1,73622


vs Now - The past 30 days - Aug/Sept 2017 

Avg. monthly viewers
6,09818

That's a increase of over 430,000+ views, which I don't think is too bad at all! 

1. Set Up A Business Account 

First of all, if you haven't already, set your Pinterest account to a business one. This just means you'll be able to access analytics meaning you can keep an eye on your stats which is always handy to know. Also make sure you enable rich pins, as these pins have more information, so are perfect for sharing pins from your blog.

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2. Organise Your Profile 

So once you've got your business account sorted, next reorganise your boards. Create a board for pins from your blog and this as the first board on your profile, then add board in order of your followers interests, or what your blog is mainly about ; such as beauty, fashion, home decor, etc... I try and make my profile look as neat as possible, so all of the board names are written in a similar way i.e S T Y L E and H A I R. I also regularly change the cover board to refresh my profile and make it to reflect my current pins and interests. 

It's worth noting that I like to have organised boards, so one for style inspiration, one for beauty looks, one for hair styles, one for flatlay inspo, this way, just means that people can perhaps follow just what they're interested in, rather than one big board full of everything.

Also make sure that you edit your bio, and include your blog name in your name, as well including links to your blog/website and giving a brief overview what your blog is about, remember you want people to click through, so tell them a little about yourself and your blog. For example mine is : 

'UK / Beauty & Lifestyle Blogger. Read my blog for : Beauty, Lifestyle, Blogging & Photography Tips, Flatlays and Outfit Posts. IG: @dizzybrunette3'

So this has my blog link above it, and then has a little bit about me and what kind of posts you'll find on my blog, hopefully meaning people will want to come over and read/follow. 


3. Pin Lots!

So next is when the fun begins, if you want people to follow your boards, it usually helps if you have a lot of pins. So start following more people, and pinning lots, I've always been a pretty regular pinner so this was never too much of a problem for me, but I do try to make a conscious effort each day, to spend about 10 mins pinning stuff to my boards. 


4. Schedule & RePin Your Pins 

So once you've got a good lot of pins behind you, this is something that I never used to do till this year, and it's made a huge difference. The more active you are on Pinterest, the better you do with the algorithm, it makes sense, it means more people will be seeing your pins and profile. No one has time to spend all day every day on Pinterest, so one way to have constant pins is to schedule them. 

I use an app called Boardbooster, (Tailwind is also used a lot too!) which schedules and pushes out your pins during the day. This is great, as it means it saves you having to do it throughout the day, I spend about 10 mins pinning pins to my scheduled boards, and then this posts them out throughout the day. I also have a repin feature set up, and the app will re pin older pins to my boards. I never thought of doing this before but it makes sense, for example with the seasons, now re pinning the Style pins I pinned last Autumn can be repinned again now. Or re pinning old blog post pins, in the hope they might get a bit of traffic again. 

I pay about $5 a month for my Boardbooster account which to me, is worth it. I saw a huge difference in my Pinterest analytics from the free trial, and me re pinning my blog post pins has even helped to make a few of my pins go viral which has really helped with blog traffic!

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5. Join Group Boards

This is something to do when you're trying to gain blog traffic. Join lots of relevant group boards to your blog which you can share pins from your blog to. Type in the search box for groups that are similar to your blog so for example 'beauty bloggers' 'UK Bloggers' 'Wedding blogs' etc... then when you pin posts from your blog to Pinterest, be sure to pin them on the group boards too. It can mean that your posts are getting viewed by a new audience which is great, some group boards have rules such as when you add a pin, you have to repin someone else's pin, etc... so make sure you read the bio before joining. But it's a good way to get your blog and pins seen by other people. 

6. Create Pinnable Content 

If you want your pins to be repinned, then they've gotta be pinable. I would used to just pin pictures from my blog, that were really small or dark and no wonder no one repinned them! These days, most of my pictures are vertical which always does better on Pinterest, or I create a template on somewhere like Canva or Picmonkey. 

I looked to see what was popular on Pinterest (flatlays,  outfits, etc...) and then would try to recreate this kind of pictures in my own style. I also take into account what type of posts would be repinned when I'm making blog posts ideas, such as blogging advice, flatlay advice, outfit posts, etc... 

My ' How To Master The Flat Lay' is one of my most popular pins and posts, so advice posts like this can be really popular as they're helping people out. 

Look at what pins are popular for the type of posts you are creating, and this will give you an idea of what pinnable content is and this should hopefully give you inspiration for your own pins. 

7. Utilise Pinterest As A Search Engine 

When I heard that Pinterest was being used as a search engine, I was like ' really?' But then when I thought about it, I realised that I was doing this. I would regularly search on Pinterest for things like recipe ideas, flatlay inspo, or how to style a denim jacket, etc... so you should upload your pictures to be picked up by other people searching for things. 

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So you need to pop in the description of the picture, keywords that people may search for, e.g ;flatlay inspo, pink flatlay, how to take a good flatlay, etc... type some keywords into the search bar yourself that relate to your pin/picture and see what comes up, then use those keywords, it'll help to bring your pins up more when people are searching which should lead to more repins and hopefully more traffic for your blog!

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I think that is all my tips for the time being, but I cannot stress enough how important Pinterest is for your blog, in my opinion it's not to be overlooked and is quite simple to use but can be very effective!

I'd love to know if you are on Pinterest and if you use it to help your blog, and by the way you can find me on Pinterest here, come say hi!

But I do hope these tips have helped, and as always if you have any other questions just let me know! :)



Fitness, Exercise, Health, Work Out, Gym, my fitness routine, primark workout gear, what i wear to workout

I realised when I was making a list of posts to write the other day, that I've not written anything fitness related recently. In fact, my latest fitness routine post was last September, that's a whole year ago (good math there Corrie) and my routine has completely changed so I thought I'd sit down whilst I'm waiting for the washing to finish (V glamorous life over here) and speak about what I do at the gym and what I'm loving. Also I'm super nosey and love posts like this, so hopefully you will too!

So I'm still a fitness class fanatic, I find I'm so much more motivated when it comes to working out in a class, I won't slack off like I can do in the gym, and I feel like it's less easy to worm out of a class when you've booked onto one, though I am currently studying at college to become a fitness instructor so I'm hoping that as time goes on, I'll learn more about the actual gym machines and I'll be able to create my own routine based on what I enjoy. But I'm sure I'll be posting about that sometime soon, so keep your eyes peeled for that.

For now, let's talk the classes I do and enjoy. I changed gym's earlier this year and moving from a small studio to a proper gym was a little like moving from Primary to Secondary school, I tried lots of classes out, at different times of the day, and I've found a routine that works for me and I know now what I enjoy. I have noticed pretty big differences in my body since starting these new classes, I actually have muscle definition in some places, I'm very proud of my deltoids (shoulders- I'm trying to speak in gym speak as I have a lot to revise for my exams at college!)

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So I do a few different types of classes; I tend to work out at least 4 times a week, I go to the gym 4-6 times a week depending on classes and how I'm feeling, but I'll go to at least 4 classes. You also have to remember that I have no life, so it's easy for me to dedicate so much of my time to the gym.

Body Pump :

I was always very intrigued by Body Pump as my sister used to do the class and a couple of my friends too, so Body Pump was one of the first classes I tried at my gym. It took me a good few classes to get used to the barbell group workout as I'd never properly lifted weights before. I started off with 2 1kgs and would be like 'wtf is a deadlift?' However you soon get used to the moves and before you know it, a clean and press is part of your vocab. I also soon started to be able to lift heavier too, every couple of weeks, I up my weights, and I am such a geek but I feel so proud of myself when I get the weights up on my bar. I did 15kg in the squat track the other night, and I walked out basically high fiving myself (whilst I almost fell over from my jelly legs!) The class isn't too hardcore, it's quite good for beginners, and I really enjoy it as you work your whole body. My body has toned up pretty much everywhere, my back and my shoulders, are particular areas that have really changed. I did literally feel like I'd been run over after my first session, but you soon get used to it! I tend to do this 2x a week.

HIIT :

I've always loved a good HIIT workout as it's over so quickly, I tend to do a HIIT class once/twice a week, and love how you've done a pretty intense workout in about 25 minutes. HIIT is hard work, but it's effective, you build your fitness levels, tone up and burn fat. I love how efficient the classes are, and your body keeps working and burning calories for up to 24 hours after working out. I did want to throw up during my first class, but you soon get used to it, just don't eat too near to the classes or you may see it re appear!

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Body Attack:

I'd be very intrigued to hear if you any of you guys do Body Attack and actually like it, as the only people I ever speak to about it, hate the classes. To be honest, when I first started doing Body Attack I hated it too, I thought I was going to keel over and throw up. I went home and thought 'Christ and I thought I was fit?' However, I was doing the class in the morning, and I've found the evening works better for me as I've had a day of food so I have a lot more energy. Although Body Attack isn't easy, I'm not on the verge of vomming too much anymore, though we do have one teacher who works you so hard, you do think you may chunder. Body Attack leaves me dripping in sweat, it's an high energy class which is mainly cardio based with a couple of toning tracks too, it combines athletic moves as well as strength ones too (think push ups, and squats!) But there's something about Body Attack that I love, it gives me such a high, I genuinely feel on top of the world when I leave a class, and feel so satisfied when my face is all red and my clothes need wringing out (I'm painting a really lovely picture right now right?) I do this once/twice a week, I'll either do 2 x HIIT workouts and 1 x Body Attack or 2x Body Attack and 1 x HIIT. It isn't great for your calves though, as there's a lot of jumping, and I've sometimes got shin splints, I've invested in a foam roller and a stick, and ibuprofen gel oh and making sure I stretch really well when I get home does help.

But I love it, maybe I'm a freak, but I am a bit obsessed. Also since doing Body Attack regularly I've noticed that my thighs have finally toned up, they are very stubborn but I seem to finally be making some progress and I think that's thanks to regular Body Attack classes.

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Abs Classes:

I'll sometimes do a dedicated Abs class, but I tend to only do these if they're on, as all the classes I do have either an ab track or exercises that work your abs/core.

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So there is my current gym routine, I am very happy with my classes and really enjoy doing them, hopefully as my course progresses I'll start to be more confident in the actual gym and will start working out there more, as I do want to start to doing more dedicated workouts for areas such as my bum! But I'll update you on this soon.

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My whole outfit is from Primark

Anyways, so that's everything, as always if you have any questions, just let me know as I'm more than happy to answer anything, right I think my washing is done, so I'm gonna go and get it up on the airer!

Let me know if you do fitness classes and which ones you really enjoy as I'm always up for trying new ones out!

Speak soon! x

Other fitness posts you may like :
Things I've Learnt From Going To Fitness Classes
The Everyday Girl Guide To Fitness
My Previous Fitness Routine 
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I feel like I've been waiting about six years for the new Barry M Liquid Chrome Highlighter Drops to be released. It was a few months ago now since I first spied them on Barry M's Instagram page and knew that I had to get my hands on them thanks to my obsession with highlighters (the make up variety not the Stabilo variety, however, I can always appreciate a good highlighter, my Mum got me some scented ones for college - I know I'd be jealous too) 

Anyways, the Liquid Chrome Highlighter Drops have finally been released this week whoo, and I was so excited to receive all five shades earlier this week, so I've been testing them out to let you guys know if they're worth the hype. 

So as you've probably guessed the Liquid Chrome Highlighter Drops are liquid highlighters, there's five shades like I mentioned above and they retail at £6.99 each. They were released into Superdrug yesterday, and will be in Boots next week. They're also on the Barry M website and ASOS so there's a few places to get them, but I'd be quick as I imagine these are going to sell out fast.

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Let's start with the five shades, then we'll get onto the juicy stuff; there should hopefully be a shade for everyone with these shades as they are quite varied, we'll start with my favourite from the range; Liquid Fortune; a bronzey shade, then we have Beam Me Up : a very pretty light gold, Moon Potion: a pearly highlight with a blue shimmer undertone, Precious Pearl: a pearly highlight with a pink shimmer undertone, then At First Light; which is marketed as a rose gold but is more of a cool toned light pink. 

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L-R : Precious Pearl, At First Light & Moon Potion

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Beam Me Up & Liquid Fortune


So there should be a shade for everyone, I think that Precious Pearl and Moon Potion are perfect for pale skin tones, I will be giving these to my sister to try and see how she gets on. 

But for now, let's talk application. 

So you could apply these highlighters in a couple of different ways, first of all, on top of your makeup then applied to your cheekbones, brow bone, etc... or you could mix it in with foundation to make it more glowy, or under as a primer to add a glow to your skin. You could also use them on your body such as on your collarbones or decolletage if you're fancy, on your legs, etc... the world is your oyster. 

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I found that applying these worked better when you'd just put on foundation, so they need to go on another cream/liquid base if that makes sense, I did try on top of powder set foundation and they just went cakey, so just a little word of warning there. 

I found that the easiest way to apply them was adding a couple of drops to my face with my fingers, then blending with a damp beauty blender/sponge which helped to blend them in naturally. I'd apply them and build up as Precious Pearl especially was a bit of a nightmare to blend in. Pop on a couple of drops, then add more if like me, you like a lot of highlighter. 

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(Ignore the state of my hair!)

These highlighters will give you more of a glow/sheen then a 'omg highlight on fleek' look if that makes sense? I found that Liquid Fortune gave me the most dramatic highlight, which is the shade I'm wearing in the pictures in this post. The others made me glowy/dewy, with a little bit of colour. I found that Beam Me Up and Liquid Fortune were the best for my skin tone, the others were a little pale. 

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So my overall thoughts? I think they're a good little product to have in your make up bag, they're £6.99 and work as well as the Iconic London Illuminating Drops that I have which are about £30ish, so there's a huge difference there. They're perfect for giving you a glow, and I'm excited to try them mixed in with my foundation. 

I feel like I applied too much yesterday when I was playing around with them, but I'll keep trying them out and will report back, however, for now I will go and stop waffling on about highlighter! 

Let me know if you've tried the Liquid Chrome Highlighter Drops yet! 


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Let's chat about Instagram shall we? Today I thought I'd compile a list of '5 Ways To Help Grow Your Instagram' because if your Twitter timeline has been anything like mine recently, you will have noticed a constant barrage of annoyance at the photo sharing app. I love Instagram, and will admit that I spend way too much time on the app, I spend way too much time editing photos and thinking about my feed. But recently, I have found that Instagram has made me feel a little disheartened, and almost made me want to stop posting completely. As you guys know, I do have the tendency to be a little bit of a drama queen at times, so this is a slight over exaggeration, however the recent algorithm changes has made me feel a little bleh at times.

So for today's post, I thought I'd share some ways that I've found to help grow my instagram, as with the non chronological time line and business accounts, it can sometimes feel like you're posting to an empty audience and you feel like banging your head against a brick wall.

Hopefully these tips will help, and soon I'll be posting some ways that we can help one another as followers. As much as I hate to admit it, I doubt Instagram will change anytime soon and I've come to realise that maybe I need to try and work with the algorithm and instead of focusing on the likes/comments, it's more about me being happy with my posts and being content with that. I know that numbers are important, but we shouldn't let our follower count/the amount of likes affect our self worth. Ooh I can feel a blog post brewing about that too!

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For now though, let's get started with the 5 tips...

1. Keep Posting

First of all, no matter how disheartened you're getting with Instagram, keep posting. I know it's tempting to just stop posting, as that's what I did and this isn't great for when you're wanting to keep in people's time lines. I tend to find that posting at least once a day keeps my Instagram alive almost, and I find that posting twice a day (morning and evening) usually works for me. I try to not post too many times in one day, as I feel like it can get a little spammy and people will give up liking or commenting after about 2 pictures. Because I have the world's most boring life, I don't do stuff that is Instagram worthy every day, so I tend to take photos in bulk and then upload them. I use the app UNUM for planning my feed and it also has very handy analytics which leads me onto my next point...

2.  Post At The Best Times

I always notice a difference in engagement with my Instagam posts depending on the time I've uploaded them. I use the app UNUM and the analytics to see what time is the best to post, as it works out what posts got the most engagement and when. Everyone will be different, but for example, my best times are; Sunday's, Wednesday's and Friday's at 9pm. But think about when you're most likely to be online ; breakfast, commute, lunch, commute home, sitting in the evening, etc... try posting at different times to see what works, and you'll soon find when the best time is to post. I tend to stick to breakfast and evenings.

3. Use Hashtags and Tag Relevant Accounts

I used to be so stubborn when it came to hashtags because I used to just see them as spammy, however, using a couple of hashtags can help new people to find your photos and your account which could lead to more followers. I tend to add a couple of hashtags related to my content, and will use brand hash tags as then you're more likely to be found and featured on their pages (which is a really good way to grow your following!) I also tag relevant accounts to my pictures, so for example; locations, brands, accounts dedicated to a certain type of photos e.g flatlays. I tag these and then they will hopefully be picked up by like minded people also following these accounts, or you may get re posted by the account. Don't just tag any old person though, do your research and work out the right accounts. I might do a post with some suggestions if this would be helpful?

4. Find Out Your Most Popular Content

A little while ago, I went through my Instagram pics and worked out which ones got the most likes and engagement. From this, I could see what people were enjoying and then tried to post more of this. You're more likely to grow if you're constantly uploading pictures that are doing well. I find that outfit pictures, flatlays, home decor and Disney pictures always do really well on my account! I also find it good to think of what your ideal Instagram account would post, and then hopefully like minded people will find you and follow :)

5. Content Is King 

Okay so I hate that saying, it sounds like the kind of thing someone would say who works in an office trying to keep down with the kids. But regardless, it's true. If you're posting good quality photos, which you love and are passionate about, then your Instagram will grow. I think the most important thing is to be proud of what you are posting, and that you enjoy taking those photos. I really like my Instagram at the moment, and I've found that I'm not as bothered when a photo maybe doesn't do as well because I was really happy with it. Instagram is whatever you want it to be, but I tend to follow accounts because I love their photos and they have a bit of personality. Think about the kind of accounts that you follow, and why that is, then apply that to you.

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I do sometimes think that I take Instagram a little too seriously, but it is an important app for us bloggers. I am working on not getting down by numbers, and hopefully Instagram will hopefully work itself out soon enough.

I'd love to know if you have any tips for growing your Instagram?

P.S You can follow me on Instagram here...
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