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Whether it's Halloween you're more excited about or the fact that we are into the heart warming season of the year, Autumn finally! Be it Starbucks limited edition drinks that tickle your fancy or that snugly feeling of sitting by the cosy fire as you see crisp leaves fall off the trees, it's time to amp up the orange in your life but lets start with the wardrobe shall we?

Although orange isn't something that was particularly flaunted on the runway this year, it's more of a seasonal colour for this time of the year that never seems to go out of fashion. It somehow has those hints of warmth, fuzziness and yet is still full of life. It's the colour that seamlessly transitions us into the last quarter of the year and mentally prepares us for Christmas.

I personally love to incorporate hints of orange, terracotta, mustard and amber into my attire during Autumn, but if you're not a risk taker when it comes to pulling off the bright shade, leather handbags are the way to go. I am in love with the Halloween-Autumn inspired fleet of orange arm candy above by Vanilla Paris. The shapes are quite modern, sporty, chic and perfect for day to evening transformations. Simply pair them with your neutral khakis, sleek monochromes and lush browns for an Autumn apt look. 

Orange is in the air?


Whether it's Halloween you're more excited about or the fact that we are into the heart warming season of the year, Autumn finally! Be it Starbucks limited edition drinks that tickle your fancy or that snugly feeling of sitting by the cosy fire as you see crisp leaves fall off the trees, it's time to amp up the orange in your life but lets start with the wardrobe shall we?

Although orange isn't something that was particularly flaunted on the runway this year, it's more of a seasonal colour for this time of the year that never seems to go out of fashion. It somehow has those hints of warmth, fuzziness and yet is still full of life. It's the colour that seamlessly transitions us into the last quarter of the year and mentally prepares us for Christmas.

I personally love to incorporate hints of orange, terracotta, mustard and amber into my attire during Autumn, but if you're not a risk taker when it comes to pulling off the bright shade, leather handbags are the way to go. I am in love with the Halloween-Autumn inspired fleet of orange arm candy above by Vanilla Paris. The shapes are quite modern, sporty, chic and perfect for day to evening transformations. Simply pair them with your neutral khakis, sleek monochromes and lush browns for an Autumn apt look. 


Whether you are a hairstylist, a blogger, a mobile therapist, freelance hairdresser, salon owner or supplier - there's one event that you cannot miss - Good Afro Salon Awards 2014. The creme de la creme of the British Afro Hair industry promises to be there so you can make an impact, socialise, nurture connections, learn, educate and make friends within the industry! With only £30/ticket, you will also get to meet the founder of the revolutionary salon review website noscrunchie.com, Leillah Sekalala. Honouring 9 salons or stylists with a different award in their field of expertise, L'Oreal Academy where the event is to be held, shall be brimming with extreme talent on the day. What's more, the glittering event promises food, entertainment, fun and even goodie bags full of hair and beauty products for you to try out. The only hair awards ceremony where winners are chosen by the people, it's amazing to see new talent being recognised and established salons given a pat on their back one more time. With brands like Mizani and Edgestick being associated with the event, expect a tonne of tress talk floating in the air and some pro-tips that you will quickly need to jot down in your notes. 

If you don't have plans on 2nd November, here's a reason to bookmark the date and attend something interesting if you're into hair and beauty. Tickets available for purchase here: LINK 


Good Afro Salon Awards 2014 on 2nd November in London!


Whether you are a hairstylist, a blogger, a mobile therapist, freelance hairdresser, salon owner or supplier - there's one event that you cannot miss - Good Afro Salon Awards 2014. The creme de la creme of the British Afro Hair industry promises to be there so you can make an impact, socialise, nurture connections, learn, educate and make friends within the industry! With only £30/ticket, you will also get to meet the founder of the revolutionary salon review website noscrunchie.com, Leillah Sekalala. Honouring 9 salons or stylists with a different award in their field of expertise, L'Oreal Academy where the event is to be held, shall be brimming with extreme talent on the day. What's more, the glittering event promises food, entertainment, fun and even goodie bags full of hair and beauty products for you to try out. The only hair awards ceremony where winners are chosen by the people, it's amazing to see new talent being recognised and established salons given a pat on their back one more time. With brands like Mizani and Edgestick being associated with the event, expect a tonne of tress talk floating in the air and some pro-tips that you will quickly need to jot down in your notes. 

If you don't have plans on 2nd November, here's a reason to bookmark the date and attend something interesting if you're into hair and beauty. Tickets available for purchase here: LINK 


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