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Featured Blogger: Sam, lifestyle blogger at Strawberry Squeeze

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Sam is a lifestyle blogger with a pretty adventurous spirit. When she is not jumping 14,000ft out of  a plane, snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef or riding an elephant in Indonesia, she enjoys spending time writing on her lifestyle blog. – Strawbery Squeeze covers everything from her own personal adventures to Scandinavian homeware, wellbeing and beauty.

But because a great lifestyle needs the adequate dress code, here’s Sam’s favourite dresses from Girl Meets Dress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

“I LOVE bright colours, so the bold purple Harlow Maxi Dress from Gorgeous couture is on the top of my favourite list! ”

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“There’s nothing worse than turning up to an event and wearing the same dress as someone else. This won’t happen with the Ariella Gigi Bandeau Gown. It has the perfect balance of class and fun. ”

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“I absolutely love the Jovani Sequin Tulle Gown. It reminds me of the glamorous scenes in Gossip Girl, when they attended some of the top fashion events in New York. The most stunning blast from the past any girl could wish for!”

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The NLY Chloe Dress Navy is perfect for a staff party or an evening event. It’s a classic design that oozes sophistication. Certainly on my list to hire for the party season!”

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“I’ve always swooned over Alice and Olivia pieces, and the Sarah Mini Dress is absolutely no exception. This number is the perfect little black dress with a twist, and is bound to turn heads.”

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Guest Stylist at Girl Meets Dress: Roxie Nafousi

This weeks Guest Stylist pick on the @Girlmeetsdress  blog is from Roxie Nafousi the founder of Rawan a Personal Styling and Gift Concierge.

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Roxie created RAWAN in May 2013, with one main aim being to help women be the best of themselves, and to empower them with confidence. Rawan’s main objective is to rebuilding and reigniting their love for their wardrobes and for themselves. GMD loves the message behind Rawan of empowerment and confidence through our favourite source… Fashion.  Girl Meets Dress were happy Roxie could spare some time to pick her current GMD crushes and awnser our quick style Q&A … Enjoy.

 

 

What is style to you?

I think style is a form of expression, we are showing people who we are on the inside through the way we presently ourselves outwardly. I love that quote by Rachel Zoe, “Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.” That’s why I think it’s so important that we stray true to ourselves, and wear what we feel comfortable in and whats suits us and bring out the best in us, without being swayed by all the ever-changing trends and mixed messages we are receiving from the fashion world.

How would you describe your style in one word?

Classic.

What is your one fashion motto you keep in mind when styling?

“Fashion fades, style is eternal” – Yves Saint Laurent. I always think to myself, in a years time is this still going to be cool/beautiful/stylish? The answer should always be yes, because that means your style is timeless and classic.Thats what the french do and thats why they are the most fashionable city in the world!
 
What is the one item of clothing you could not live without?
My Balmain leather jacket – it’s just a stunning piece, its art really.
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1. FOREVER UNIQUE / Jemima Dress
I love the detail in this, it’s cute and summery whilst still being glamourous and show stopping.
2. DINA BAR-EL / Audrey Gown
Just an absolute classic – i love the neck line, it’s sexy whilst still being demure.
3. BEULAHSilver Painted Lady

This is so hollywood – its simple, yet the slit up the leg and the colour makes it elegant and bold

4. GORGEOUS COUTUREEvita Maxi Dress 

What’s not to love, the colour, the shape, the lace detail. This is simply stunning, and perfect for a summer time event.

5. OPENING CEREMONYIntarsia Knit Dress

i love the cool cut of this, its very on-trend, and the print is subtle. a great piece to dress up with accessories.
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You can find out more about Roxie Nafousi her website Rawan.com and by following her using @Roxie_N on twitter and  on instagram 

 

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Guest Stylist at Girl Meets Dress: Natasha Poliszczuk

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 This weeks Guest Stylist pick on the @Girlmeetsdress  blog is from Natasha Poliszczuk the co-founder of  Wear & Where.  Natasha and Alex have  been friends and journalists for over a decade. The fashionable duo bonded whilst working at InStyle an created the blog Wear & Where.

Natasha is currently Assistant Editor at GLAMOUR and between them they have worked for Red, Brides, Easy Living, Vogue, The Telegraph, The FT and The Guardian and are both mothers, writers and style enthusiats. Girl Meets Dress were happy Natasha could spare some time for a quick style Q&A… Enjoy.

How would you describe your style?

I’d like to think I’m a little bit French girl by way of a touch of preppy. My default uniform is skinny, cropped trousers (or jeans – I love Ida by Donna Ida) or a bright/printed/full skirt, flats, a great bag, fitted jacket and statement necklace.

 

What are your fashion loves, and your hates?

Loves: Navy (the holy grail would be the perfect pair of navy trousers) and grey; statement necklaces; J Crew Tippi sweaters; full skirts

Hates: I am from a pretty broad fashion church (you should wear what suits you and what you feel good in), so I wouldn’t say I have any fashion ‘hates’ as such, but on me, sportswear as daywear is an absolute no-go.

 

Most-loved item in my wardrobe

I fear I am rather fickle with my sartorial affections. At this precise moment, I’m keen anything which fits and minimises my bump (I’m eight months’ pregnant); so I’m loving my bright, floral See by Chloe dress and my MiH jeans In the Studio shirt

But I have a beautiful Victoria by Victoria Beckham cocktail dress which I bought just before I fell pregnant – and I stroke it  from time to time, promising myself it will get an outing this party season; and I am currently in love with the white Lucy Flower shirt dress by Alice by Temperley I bought to wear next summer.

 

For sentimental reasons, I also love my wedding dress (which was from Liberty, when they had a bridal atelier), of course.

 

I appreciate that’s a rather long list! I warned you I was fickle…

 

What advice would you have for anyone wanting to get into journalism?

Write, write, write! And read everything you can lay your hands on, so you can train your eye to see what makes a good story – and good writing. Always carry a notebook and get into the mindset of thinking, ‘Would this be an interesting story? Is there an angle?’ as you’re reading the newspapers/perusing the web/chatting with your friends.

 

Yes, magazines are gorgeous and glossy, and of course I love them. But underestimate the power of the web and new technology at your peril. So, do apply to magazines for work experience, but also hit up websites. Start your own blog – it’s a great way to showcase your writing and what you’re interested in.

 

P.S. When you get that work experience, do everything brilliantly – from research to making tea. People do remember and will recommend you when that dream job pops up.

Where do you get your inspiration from?

I suspect all journalists say this but…everywhere and anywhere. Books, newspapers, the layout of a shop, my friends, something I catch on the radio whilst simultaneously trying to get ready for work and talking to my three-year-old…

 Name one item no journalist should be without?

A perpetually inquiring mind (or, to put it another way: being nosy is a good thing!) and somewhere handy to make notes (be that an old fashioned notepad or your phone).

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You can find out more about Natasha and Alex on their website Wear and Where and by following them using @WearandWhereUK on twitter

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Guest Stylist at Girl Meets Dress: Alex Gorton

This weeks Guest Stylist pick on the@Girlmeetsdress  blog is from Alex Gorton co-founder of  Wear & Where Natasha and Alex have  been friends and journalists for over a decade. The fashionable duo bonded whilst working at InStyle an created the blog Wear & Where. Alex and Natasha have worked for Glamour, Red, Brides, Easy Living, Vogue, The Telegraph, The FT and The Guardian and are both mothers, writers and style enthusiats. Girl Meets Dress were happy Alex could spare some time for a quick style Q&A… Enjoy.

 

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How would you describe your style?
Relaxed with a slightly quirky edge
What are your fashion loves, and your hates?
I love patterned trousers – just adore them. Whether they’re crops for the summer, patterned jeans or harem-esq pyjama style, I can’t get enough of them. I also love dress coats and long cardigans.
I don’t ‘hate’ fashions on other people, but I really can’t stand wrap dresses for me. They feel so wrong. Also I’m not a huge fan of cap sleeves (yuck) or ribbed polo necks (shudder). Anything too tight or too booby is also a no-no.
What’s the most loved item in your wardrobe?
Hmm hard one as I love things for different reasons. My most loved – and worn – item is a pair of light grey jeans. So worn they’re now ripped at the knee, which handily works well for the current rip trend! They fit beautifully and are just the right colour. I also love pair of harem-esq patterned trousers. Tailored at the ankle and leg, but loose at the top in black with a pattern, they’re just so cool and flattering. Then there’s my emerald green, Grecian-style Alice Temperley dress which I don’t wear that much (it’s a serious occasion dress), but is just so extraordinarily beautiful. I also love my (Temperley) wedding dress for the memories associated with it.
What advice would you have for anyone wanting to get into journalism?
So, this is a tricky one as the world of journalism has changed enormously since I started out. Back then (in 2000), the internet hardly existed, interns were paid, budgets were ridiculous and there were magazines being launched all the time. These days online is HUGE and, both Natasha and I believe, is very much the future. Traditional print media is being challenged and it’s a hard world for them. With this in mind, I’d recommend that aspiring journalists should set up their own blogs. Very cheap to do and gives you a platform for your work – it also shows future bosses that you have drive to get up and do something. In addition, you should try and build up a portfolio of published work. Write for school/student/local newspapers. Pitch ideas carefully – you’re not going to get a commission for Vogue if you’ve never been published before, but you might get one in a newspaper or online version of a newspaper if you are prepared to write on spec and have a unique idea that hasn’t been seen (the holy grail for a commissioning editor). And don’t give up. I probably got about 100 rejections before I got my first proper job. It’s hard, but it’s worth it.
Where do you get your inspiration from?
All over. Stories in newspapers, people I talk to, things I hear on the radio, people I see on the street, conversations I have. Everywhere.
Name one item no journalist should be without?
A computer. If you don’t own one – then you need access to one.
What is your favourite SS14 trend?
I’m quite digging the ugly shoe at the moment. I’m sure I’ll go off it soon, but at the moment it feels right.
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