Steal Their Style: Bella Hadid

 
Finally, I am here with the second post in my 'Steal Their Style' series. This time around I am stealing Bella Hadid's style. The first post I did in this series was Steal Their Style: Gigi Hadid who is, of course, Bellas sister. They both have a great style which is why I decided to do Bella second instead of some of the other people who I have in mind.

To see the items I have picked just click on the outfit and they will appear underneath. To see more of the outfits click on the big + button. Let me know in the comments below which is your favourite Bella Hadid outfit from the ones I have shown (Mine is the all red outfit) and also please leave some suggestions for other celebrity styles you would like me to steal in future posts.

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Holiday Essentials: Swimwear

 
I'm officially on my countdown until my holiday to Corfu. Less than 2 weeks to go! Today's post is going to be a quick one to show you some of my favourite swimwear pieces of the current moment. Winter may be coming but my holiday is coming sooner!

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Let me know in the comments below which of my picks are your favourites as well as whether you have any travel plans for the rest of this year.

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OOTD: Hidden Fashion

Banner saying Outfit of the day hidden fashion wearing a pink and red shirt dress with ornate print and white shoes.
 Today's outfit features a dress and a pair of shoes from Hidden Fashion. I have been a fan of this brand for a little while and own numerous things by them. Their items have great prices and they are always having massive sales which means even more of a discount (My favourite was the extra 80% off on top of sale prices!) Today I'm going to be showing you an outfit I was recently sent.

*The items in this post were sent for the purpose of this post. All opinions are my own.
Wearing a pink and red shirt dress with ornate print and white shoes.
Wearing a pink and red shirt dress with ornate print and white shoes.
 The shirt dress is in this amazing ornate print with pink and red as its main colours. I love the feel of the material which is an almost silk/satin feel. This dress could be worn more casually paired with jeans or in a more dressed up style like I am here. It comes with a waist tie so can be adjusted to fit your waist nicely along with having the option to wear it without the belt.
Wearing a pink and red shirt dress with ornate print and white shoes.
Wearing white lace up shoes
The shoes feature a gorgeous front lace up design with a chain design on the toe straps and a perspex 'window' on the sides of the shoes which I will admit did get a little bit steamed up while I was wearing them. They are such a unique, cool design and would work with numerous outfits. They are a block heel which means I can actually walk in them and feel secure to the foot. The laces can be easily adjusted to fit and they can be worn in numerous ways, such as the laces can be twisted around tour ankle meaning a tighter fit (this is shown on the website). They also have a zip on the back so no need to keep messing with the laces everytime you want to wear them. 

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What did you think of the outfit? Let me know in the comments below as well as whether you have ever shopped with Hidden Fashion and what you bought. 

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Top 3 Honeymoon Locations

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 *This post is sponsored by Destination2.co.uk. All opinions are my own.

Today I'm bringing you my 'Top 3 Honeymoon Locations'. These are exotic places that I would love to go on my Honeymoon to if that occasion ever arises! These places are what my idea of luxury is and are all filled with amazing things to see and do. So let's get this started with my first choice.

Picture of an area of the maldives.
The Maldives

How beautiful do The Maldives look? The crystal blue water with the huts 'floating' over it and then the beautiful white sandy beaches lined with gorgeous palm trees. It literally sounds like my heaven! It's warm all year round (Average 25'c - 29'c) and as someone who is always cold, that would be perfect for me. Whenever I think of luxury The Maldives definitely come to mind first. You can check out Destination2.co.uk to see all their all-inclusive luxury holidays to the Maldives. It is made up of around 1200 islands and a lot of the luxurious resorts have their own private islands. How cool is that?!  

Picture of some boats in Phuket.
 Phuket

My next choice is Phuket in Thailand. Another place that features beautiful white sand beaches and crystal blue water. Phuket is filled with lots of history including Buddhist monuments and historic temples along with many gorgeous nature reserves. It is also known as Thailands party capital. Whether you are someone who loves relaxing, exploring or partying then there is always something to do in Phuket. Two things you definitely need to do is visit Phi Phi Island which is the stunning location of the movie 'The Beach' which I watched for the first time last year. It is a huge attraction which apparently doesn't disappoint. The second thing is to go see the Big Buddha which is a huge 45 metres tall Buddha statue that has the best 360 degrees view of Phuket.

A bali beach scene.
 Bali 

Last but definitely not least is Bali. Bali is another paradise island with its breath-taking, culture-filled scenery and beautiful beaches, it is a place you must visit. It features many exotic temples with amazing architecture set against lush jungles, it is definitely an explorer's paradise with so much to see and do. One must-visit place is definitely the Tagallalang Rice Terraces with their unique rice slopes for a great photo opportunity. Bali is definitely a perfect destination for a romantic, adventure-filled Honeymoon.

  Which of these 3 Top Honeymoon Locations would you love to go to the most? Let me know in the comments below and be sure to check some more of my travel posts below.
https://www.sunsetdesires.co.uk/2018/06/6-canary-island-festivals-you-should.htmlhttps://www.sunsetdesires.co.uk/2018/06/preventing-theft-on-your-summer-holidays.htmlhttps://www.sunsetdesires.co.uk/2018/07/why-is-travel-so-important.html

There May Be Some Cracks In Any Holiday Experience

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 *This is a contributed post. All opinions are the writers own.

Going on holiday and travelling to new places is something many people look forward to most during the year. Weeks and months of working are only fully paid back when you can let your hair down and truly focus on all of you and your needs only. In among the sunshine and the brilliant feeling of being somewhere totally never-before-seen by your eyes, there is a but. It can be a big but, or a small but, depending on the quality of your holiday. The but is, but just be on the lookout for the cracks in the holiday experience. This doesn’t mean you must have some kind of robocop scanner in your eyes, searching for and identifying mistakes and errors every which way. It does mean that, put your brain on 95% standby and 5% diligence. Enjoy your time and bask in the feeling of being in an atmosphere unrecognisable from home. Just keep an eye out for these inadequacies that could help you in the end.

  

A not so guide, guide 

It's common to have a holiday guide as the rep of a travel agency. They will either meet you at your hotel once you have checked in, or you can go to one of their local offices at the destination. They may even have a policy of simply meeting up in a local cafe. What you need to look out for are guides who don’t know much or care about the destination and therefore you holiday in the process. Look for signs that they’re not very talkative, they don’t share much information with you in person. Those that rely too much on smartphone communication to inform of you of what kinds of sights to go see and take too long replying to text messages of questions, will leave you with a lot left to desire. What can you do? It's simple, ask for a change of rep by phoning the local office of the travel agency. There’s no point in trying to be nice when you have spent so much money to be on the holiday and have it be sub-par because of one person.


Check before you eat 

Do not rely on the past reputation of a restaurant. Be prudent and check the latest reviews of a restaurant that you fancy going to. Restaurants can change and transform into a shell of their former glory. The last thing you would want is to have food poisoning due to a bad meal by a restaurant that you thought looks good because of the previous reviews that could date back over a year ago or more. You shouldn’t suffer in silence because holiday illness claims are something of an ace in the hole. It's very much a real possibility that you can claim back compensation in the thousands to help you recuperate the losses of having to pay for medical bills in a foreign country. It's also some reconciliation for the ruining of your holiday which you also could have paid thousands for. Always check the restaurant you want to dine in, is still going strong and keeping hygiene of the utmost importance. A holiday guide that seems disinterested in your enjoyment should be dropped for another immediately. Don’t argue or fuss, just contact the local branch office to make the exchange.

What cracks have you experienced during your past holidays? Let me know in the comments below.

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