Sunday Girl Celebrates The Colour Of The Year

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Welcome back sunshine and welcome back Sunday Girl. Now that summer feels like it’s finally on the horizon, we sat down to chat with fashion blogger Charnelle Geraldine about her favourite ways to rock the colour of the year: luxe lilac.

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Sunday Girl Talks Novelty Prints & All Things Colour

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Sunday Girl is back and this month we’re getting excited about the launch of our brand new ‘Make A Splash’ spring/summer campaign. To celebrate we’re talking to four amazing bloggers all about their favourite ways to make a splash with their style this season. First up is journalist and blogger Rachel Toal.

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A Q&A With Robert: Our Winning NTU Lace Designer

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Meet Robert, the winner of our Nottingham Trent University design competition. His dreamy black and pink lace dress, complete with flattering plunge neck, won your hearts and votes. We sat down to chat everything from style inspiration to studying fashion and how it feels to win our competition and see his design come to life in our enchanting new collaboration.

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SUNDAY GIRL: MEET LAURA

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The fourth and final fabulous author in our Sunday Girl series this month is Laura Marshall, the author of the thriller Friend Request. We had a good old chinwag about her favourite literary heroine, why a paperback wins over Kindle and the benefits of early morning writing sessions.

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SUNDAY GIRL: MEET KATIE

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Meet Katie Khan, author of Hold Back the Stars and the third in our literature lovin’ edition of Sunday Girl. We took 10 with Katie to find out all about her journey to becoming a published novelist, imagining utopias in fiction and why you don’t always have to correct people’s cheeky grammar mistakes.

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