One of the things i love about blogging is “meeting” (all be it virtually) other wonderful like minded Ladies. I “met” Trish one evening on Twitter, i believe after a #fbloggers chat possibly.
Fast forward a few months and i now have the honour of her lovely self adorning the RTH sidebar and making an introduction to you..
Everybody… Meet Trish of the blog Reserved For Ruby
Hi Everyone I’m Trish.
I started blogging to document my love for fashion. I am by no means a fashion expert but after years of friends and family asking where I bought certain items in my wardrobe, I decided to start a blog so they could keep track of any outfits they wanted to purchase too!
I have a lot of fun sitting down to write on Reserved For Ruby and it has become a little sanctuary where I can relax and dive into a world where everything is peaceful and filled with fashion!
I like to blog a little about beauty – skincare and makeup but I get quite shy about that subject matter because I see so many other bloggers who seem like complete experts on such a wide range of beauty products.
For me, fashion comes naturally.
I quickly realised how friendly the blogging community is and became hooked. I love how every blogger likes to encourage others to keep going and it is one big happy family.
I really hope it continues to grow and remain that way as, I always believe there is room for everyone.
When I came across Rachel’s blog I quickly fell in love with her style and her way with words which makes her blog so enjoyable to read. I love sitting down in the evening and on weekends and browsing through posts which I didn’t get a chance to read during the busy working week.
Like Rachel, I would say my style has naturally evolved over time.
I am Irish and in my twenties and since school and college I guess I have tried to build a more classic capsule wardrobe…which I never seem to stick to and always find myself gravitating towards a few ‘on-trend’ pieces each season.
For A/W 14 I already purchased a couple of printed blouses….which I will post about in the next couple of weeks.
I like to wear quite a lot of cream coloured clothing which I find so easy to mix and match with more patterned clothing. I don’t think I will ever get bored of cream tops so they will always remain a wardrobe staple for me.
Since May, I committed to writing one blog post a day. Although I have maintained this for the most part, I belive in quality over quantity. That said, I aim to deliver a new post at least 5 times a week. To keep updated you can follow me on pretty much every social media channel or subscribe via email to my blog.
I don’t have any regrets…I believe hindsight is wonderful but it is so important to not look back with regrets and just do what you can today.
However, I wish I started my blog sooner. I began blogging in 2008 and stopped because I was afraid. Afraid of what? Who knows but I was pretty scared of what people would think. It took me a while to get over that and there was always a niggling feeling to start a blog. And so one very dark and dreary January evening after work I came up with Reserved For Ruby and have kept going ever since. Albeit the posts were less frequent at the beginning, I decided it wasn’t fair to ask people to follow my blog without providing unique and quality content. I hope I live up to that now and one thing is definitely for sure, I try to improve my blog every single day.
I am always searching for the perfect leather jacket, winter boots and a staple cream blouse and I don’t think I will ever find the ‘perfect’ one but I think half the fun is in the hunt! Every year, I get excited about shopping for these items and long may it continue.
Right now as I am getting my winter wardrobe ready, I am finding some pieces for my bedroom. I have partnered up with Wayfair.co.uk and they are kindly giving away a beautiful cream blanket box and cushion to one lucky reader. You can enter here.
Leave a comment below or on my blog letting me know a little about yourself. I am always looking for new blogs to follow so feel free to share your links.