Shelley Morecroft

A Petite Fashion Blog.

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Find Professionals with Bidvine - a new marketplace on the phone. 

I'm the kind of person who always wants to do everything by myself. I assume it's a way of keeping control and knowing it gets done how I want it too - It's also a common trait of Scorpios. But the best way of getting things done isn't always by doing it yourself, we all have limits and should sometimes ask for help; even me.

As a fashion blogger, I need high-quality photos and a fully working website. I did recently publish a post on how to teach others to take your blog photos, but for certain campaigns, you just simply need that eye of a professional photographer. So what I'm trying to say is, it's okay to sometimes ask for help and find a professional who can do the job. Talking about professionals, there is a website and also a mobile app called Bidvine that allows you to search for professionals in your area.


If you need someone to do a job, Bidvine is the one. 


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Finding a professional photographer with Bidvine

Bidvine is an easy to use and a straight-forward website. You type in the service you are looking for and your postcode, depending on what profession it is you will be asked a few questions to narrow down the search. They will then send the requests off and you will receive bids back from professionals who are interested - perfect, right?

It doesn't matter what profession, Bidvine has it all; from personal trainers to florists or photographers. It's the perfect place to find the right person for your job and can help you lift some weight off your shoulders. Especially if you are like me and are not a big fan of letting others do the job, but luckily with Bidvine you can see their work portfolio and can talk to them privately.

Need someone for a job? Check out Bidvine. 


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Photos by Lauren Black.

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My love for travelling, fear of flying and recent experience with Ryan Air. 

I used my placement year not only to gain valuable experience into the big world of being an adult with a full-time job but also to travel around Europe. My boyfriend and I started our travels with a 7-day trip to Gran Canary that involved safari tours, camel rides and long beach days. We have since then also travelled to Berlin, Paris, Rome, Milan, Düsseldorf and Cologne. Our last trip before we go back to University for our final year will be in September and our location is as of yet still undecided. We love a good last-minute deal and often let us be surprised by what deals are around and make our decision based on that.


My favourite Gingham pieces:



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Wanderlust

“I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.” ―  Susan Sontag

Every week I add a new place to my travelling list. It continues to grow, just like my eagerness to leave London immediately again. I have so many new beaches to see, food to eat and pictures to take. But being a student on a limited budget doesn't make travelling everywhere any easier. Nor does a fear of flying.

Travelling and flying go hand in hand. Imagine wanting to explore Australia but your fear stops you from booking those tickets and stepping on the plane - quite lame, right? I always tell my friends to not let their fear get in the way of anything and I do try to stick to it myself. But the thought of being on a plane for so long is scary. My longest flight has been just over 3 hours - good conditions to fly which made it easy and no turbulences. However, our trip to D
üsseldorf was anything but easy and that was only 50mins long. There is always that one person who has a panic attack and in that case, it was me. As much as I love to see the other side of the world, but until my fear vanishes those places will stay at the bottom of my list. 


Anyone have any tips on how to cope on long distance flights? 


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My recent experience with RyanAir

Being a scared passenger means I feel much more comfortable flying with company to keep me at ease. I have flown alone in the past and hated it. However, on my last trip to Düsseldorf, our outbound flight wasn't the most comfortable one for me. So consequently I was a little bit more worried on the return flight. Everyone knows RyanAir is a low-budget company and our flights were only £30 return which is decent. But the small issue is that if you want to be able to sit next to each other you will be needing to pay a small fee in order to not be seated away from your partner. We paid £4 for our seats next to each other, despite an empty row on the flight to Germany. On the way back the online check-in didn't allow us to once again sit next to each other and my boyfriend accidentally ticked the wrong box which meant we had different seat rows. Once we departed the flight we both noticed many empty rows and many in which only was a person was sitting in the middle of the row. They purposely gave seats away to single people in the middle of the row and then make people pay a fee to sit next to each other.

Considering the many empty rows we asked a flight attendant if we could move seats and sit next to each other. Mainly because the thought of me sitting alone was more than just a little scary. Yet the lady I had asked forbid my boyfriend to leave his seat and only allowed me to move around. Despite me having mentioned that I have difficulties flying - Anyone else find it odd how I was allowed to move and he wasn't? Anyway, I then asked why we had to pay to be seated next to each other despite at least 7 empty rows and instead of answering my question she walked away. My fear grew bigger so my boyfriend asked another flight attendant who without any issues allowed us to move our seats and sit next to each other in an empty row.


Luckily it all got sorted in the end, but it did change my outlook on the company slightly. 


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A massive thank you to the talented Yusuk for taking these stunning photos xoxo 

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What to wear to a summer wedding in collaboration with Kurt Geiger. 


Summer is here and the wedding season is in full swing, but finding the perfect outfit that is appropriate for the church and for hitting the dance floor later on after can be tough. You need a dress that makes you look super hot, but also doesn't steal the show from the bride, whilst also needing a pair of comfy and killer heels.

Did someone, me, say comfy killer heels? I think we all know there is only one brand that ticks both boxes; Kurt Geiger. If I could pick I would stay in my Kurt Geigers all year now, it didn't even feel like I was wearing high heels - comfy soles for comfort, yesss!

I have linked below my favourite Kurt Geiger Kurt Geiger shoes for the perfect wedding season; scroll through because I've also added some flats! 



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Dos and don'ts of wedding guest outfits


This, of course, depends on the wedding invitation. Every wedding is different and some have themes that require the guests to dress accordingly. If however, this is a (let's call it normal, without trying to sound rude, no clue how else to describe it - sorry) normal wedding then you will need that typical wedding dress outfit.

There are a few do/don'ts and the last thing anyone wants to do is to upset the bride and groom on their special day.

Do:

- wear colour.

- wear print; florals or anything is always a great idea, as you can clearly see in my photos.

- head accessories; hats or fascinators are perfect for weddings.

- cover up's are important for a colder evening, but add some flare with them to your outfit and pick some funky stuff.

- Dress up your favourite skirt or blouse by adding different pieces. A midi skirt in combination with a blouse can be gorgeous.

- Don't like heels? That's cool, come in flats if needed. Just pick a more dressed up flat shoe to make it wedding appropriate and maybe leave the trainers in your wardrobe.

- Try suits, a well-fitting suit can look super hot. 


Don'ts:

- Don't show too much skin, dress appropriately. In the sense that you don't want to flash anyone and make sure your outfit is church suitable because they can have strict rules.

- Black is okay these days, but don't do head-to-toe. Brighten it up with some bolder colours or add some white if possible for a monochrome look.

- effortlessly chic is cool super trendy, but don't take it too far. Don't look like you've just gotten out of bed.

- don't wear white.

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My Outfit Details


Dress: Missguided 
Bag: Marc C 
Sunglasses: Boohoo
Watch: Daniel Wellington (15% off with my code "shelleyannem")







A massive thank you to the talented Yusuk for taking these stunning photos xoxo 

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Girly Night in by myself with the Panasonic 4K TV Range. 

My boyfriend is away for a week and I, therefore, decided to dedicate an evening to myself and watch my favourite TV shows, drink wine and eat a few too many sweets - the perfect night in by yourself right? But to make it perfect you need the best; the Panasonic 4K TV Range, but more to that below. 

I'm a big believer in having some quality time alone for so many amazing reasons; firstly because you can recharge, secondly, you will appreciate spending time with others more and lastly you can reflect on past situations or life in general. A lot of people associate being alone with negative traits, but once you enjoy being by yourself you can grow as a person.

'Being alone & actually sitting with our own thoughts can lead to such growth and realisations that are rare in our everyday busy lives' - Kourtney Kardashian


5 reasons why being alone is amazing:

1. Recharging; being surrounded by others can drain your energy. I'm not saying it's bad to always be around people, but sometimes having a night to yourself can do wonders.

2. Reflect; having a moment to yourself can be rare for certain people because of their lifestyle or jobs. However, when one has the opportunity, take it. Being alone gives you time to reflect on your current life, past situations and upcoming occasions.

3. Appreciation of company; I don't know about you guys but I really appreciate it when I see my friends after a day of working alone at home. With the job I do, I sometimes spend hours in the room writing and taking photos by myself, but that also means I really appreciate once I'm surrounded by friends and family again.

4. You can do what you want/like; being around others always calls for compromises. However, doing stuff alone means you can watch what you want, eat and do whatever you feel like doing - no need for compromising.

5. Just you and no one else; I think we all know that relationships require work. This is any kind of relationship, whether it's work related or your partner at home. But a happy relationship is all about keeping each other happy and that can be tiring at times, so having a moment to yourself means you will only have to worry and think about yourself. 

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The Panasonic 4K TV Range 


Staying in and eating sweets all night, whilst watching one movie after another is fun - can't lie about that. But what really makes the experience so great is the device you watch the films on. I think we all know size matters (wink wink), but so does the quality. We all want the best of the best and in this case, the best is the Panasonic 4K TV Range. Why settle for anything less if you can watch Zac Efron, "In the Lucky one" on the best screen possible allowing for a high-resolution Mr Handsome Efron?

It's not just guys who are after the best Televisions, but also us girls. 'cause ya know, we wanna watch Zac Efron or Robbie Williams in HD, right?? ;)

Find below a selection of my favourite TV's by Panasonic, all from the 4K TV Range or shop them via this link. 






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Blogging 101: How To Teach Others To Take Your Photos. 

One of the biggest challenges as a fashion blogger is to have high-quality photos. Platforms such as Instagram would be lost without them and this blog post would be anything but exciting to read; visual content is what pulls everything together. But not everyone has access to a photographer all the time or even at all and therefore need to find alternatives. Alternatives like your friends, family or even your boyfriend (who has probably never used a camera before). 

Desperation is high when you need those photos; I once even asked my 9-year old sister to take a photo of me. Few minutes later, bit of direction and I had a Instagram worthy photo. So get yourself a cup of tea and be prepared for some ultimate tips that can teach anyone to take good photos of you. 

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Before you can teach anyone to take photos of you it's important that you understand your camera and know how it works. A photography course isn't necessary, but some one-to-one sessions with your camera and maybe some YouTube videos will be just fine. Go out and explore your city with your camera and get to know all the features. Once you've completed that you can start to teach others to take your blog photos.


1. Try out, test and experiment
What I always do with my boyfriend is to make him stand where I will be and take a photo of him of how I want my photo taken. I will then show him the photo as an example and hope he can recreate it.

That test photo also helps with knowing what the lighting is like and if the background is okay - nothing more annoying than taking 2000 photos and you then realise that they are all too dark or there is a dog in the background doing it's business.


2. Manual vs Automatic Focus
When I take photos myself I will always take them with the manual focus. However, when I ask someone else to take photos of me I will always switch to automatic. For someone who doesn't use a camera on a regular basis the manual focus can be a bit tricky and there is nothing more annoying than unsharp photos - bad lighting could be fixed, but a blurry face in a photo is for the trash.


3. The multiple photo optionEvery camera has it and it can be a lifesaver when it comes to taking action photos, doing those hair flips or trying to capture a perfect walking one. I often just let my friends click away whilst I do my thing and with the multiple photo option it's also much easier. I personally love candid photos and the ones that show a bit of movement instead of me just standing there, posing away.


4. There is no such thing as a quick photo
You are on the way to the cinema or have dinner reservations and fancy a quick photo - Well, there is no such thing as a quick photo. Especially not when the one taking them isn't that great at taking photos. Not everyone can just pick up a camera and take excellent photos, it takes time and practice.

Make sure to leave earlier if you do want that photo because if not it's just gonna end up in a disaster and a probably a argument.


5. Tell them what you wantThe person taking the photo won't know what to do if you don't tell them. Give them directions into what angle you want or tell them to come closer for a close-up shoot. Be polite and don't shout at them or get annoyed if they don't get the photo you want immediately. Whenever they take a photo I will say what I like and what could be done better, like a higher or lower angle or maybe from a different side. Like that they 'learn' and understand better what you want. 

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What I use to take my photos


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Outfit Details


Skirt: Boohoo
Top:  Outrove
Shoes: Boohoo
Blazer: Bershka
Belt: Gucci
Necklaces: H&M
Watch: Daniel Wellington (use code shelleyannem for 15% off)





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