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Welcome To My New Blog Hattieconstance.com

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Welcome to Hattieconstance.com. Although it may appear to be a whole new blog, Hattie Constance is in fact an upgraded and revamped Project Rattlebag (my previous blog). Changing my Blog’s Name I started my blog  4 years ago as an extended writing project for English whilst I was at school. This project was called ‘Project Rattlebag’ and thus became the name of my blog. After the deadline, blogging had become much more than a school

The Knee High Boots

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Amber Over Knee Lace Up Boots BOOHOO – $85/£40 Knee high boots seem to be popping up all over the place at the moment from Kylie Jenner’s Instagram to ASOS to various fashion shows and I just can’t get enough of them. After  compulsive screenshotting of different styles on my phone for the past few weeks I decided to bite the bullet and order these off BOOHOO. As I was ordering

And so it begins…

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A few of my favourites from NYFW so far via Vogue. For some February may be the month of Valentines Day, Lunar New Year or simply the month with a peculiar number of days, but for me it has only ever meant one thing – Fashion Week. This time every year (and in September) thousands of fashion editors, buyers, celebrities, designers, writers and even bloggers such as myself flock to those

ASOS Wishlist #2

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Dress, Shoes, Skirt, Blouse, Watch  Sandals, Playsuit, Trousers, Blouse, Bag Swimsuit, Dress, Sandals, Blouse, Skirt This really must be the longest blogging break, ever. Sometimes life gets in the way but I’m just happy to announce I’m back finally and coming to you with more posts than ever. Living in New Zealand means there are limited options available for real clothing shops yet with the increase of stores offering free worldwide

Fashion Week – The Basics

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Fashion Week are words many have heard but not all understand.  Having attended London Fashion Week for the past 2 seasons, I may not be an expert on the matter but I certainly have some experience. Unfortunately being in New Zealand means I won’t be able to attend this year but I thought I would still share some things I have learnt and tips for those you of who are attending