Style Round-up: The #BIBs2015 style shortlist

style round-up postsTime to focus on the blogs shortlisted in the Style Category of the #BiBs2015. That way you can get to know them better, decide which is your favourite and vote for them.

I have to admit that some of the blogs shortlisted are very new to me while others are blogs I have known and loved for years. 

A Quiet Style belongs to Emma, mum of two girls Elvia and Dottie. She blogs about their life in Brighton, one of my favourite cities in UK. I love the feeling her blog gives, the simple but sleek design and her writing style. Full of beautiful photographs; pictures of her girls, beautiful interiors and flowers. Definitely one to follow on instagram.

Vicky and I started blogging about the same time in 2010. Mostly known in the blogging world for Honest Mum she also writes Mummy?s Got Style. She inspires mums all around the blogosphere and beyond with her positive attitude. I recently discovered her YouTube channel too and there, besides blogging tips, she shares her beauty and style tips too.

Life At The Little Wood ? This blog is written beautifully by Emma, proud mummy of three and wife to Mr. M. I love the design of the header it?s so pretty. Beautiful home design inspiration, photography and lots and lots of flowers. You will feel inspired to make your home and surroundings more beautiful. 

Seeds and Stitches is written by Hannah and Davina. Davina is an artist and crafter who has been commissioned by major cultural organisation like the Tate Modern, The Southbank Centre and The V&A. Hannah is an interior stylist and writer and has published work in The Guardian, Homes & Antiques and Mollie Makes magazine. One post I love is DIY May Day posies in watercolour cones, with Great British Florist what better way to celebrate May Day? 

Side Street Style is a blog I?ve known a while and is written by a couple, Laura and John. They have a beautiful little boy and their blog takes us on a journey through their life as lovers of fashion, beauty, style, home and design interiors and travel.

Style After Nine is written by Yvadney. Her blog was born at the same time as her son MG and it celebrates style for mums who want to look good while enjoying the wonders of motherhood plus a curated selection of must-buy kidswear and interiors. Her blog is full of advice for mums and children.

Style Me Sunday Natalie is married to Matt and they have two girls. She started her blog in 2012 and she says it is ?aimed at stylish mums and everything that interests them.? I like her take on life and the interviews she has with inspiring people like Joanne in Soul Sanctuaries.

Tigerlilly Quinn is another well known blog. Fritha and her family inspired me to try and live a happier life far away from the busy life in London. Reading her blog just makes me smile and on top of that while reading it I am rewarded with beautiful photographs and inspiring home design. 

We Made This Home I discovered this blog a couple of months ago and I was amazed by Laura and her husband?s strength after the loss of their twin boys Henry and Benjamin that were born asleep. Fortunately since, Laura and her husband have welcomed into their world a baby boy Arthur William. We made this home is about beautiful souls and parents above everything else but is also full of gorgeous crafting and styling ideas for your home.

Wild & Grizzly is written by Lori mum of one little boy she calls F and wife to Paul. The feeling I get when reading her blog is exactly that, wild & grizzly. From the heart of Bristol Lori writes about the wild adventures of motherhood including the grizzly bits, life in the city, design, interiors, travel and style. Beautiful photographs of places, people, home designs and food, the ones I enjoy the most. 

So there you have it the blogs shortlisted in the Style category for #BIBS2015. If you haven?t voted yet please do so as you only have until the 15th of May. 

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About Otilia Stocks

Otilia is the blogger behind the Family Blog “Romanian Mum? and the Lifestyle Blog ?Goldsprinkles?, a mother of two beautiful bilingual girls and wife of one Yorkshire man she fell in love with 10 years ago. She started blogging a bit over 4 years as a way of fighting her postnatal depression. Through blogging she managed to keep it at bay and to make some really good friends. She has a passion for all the things pretty and she is quite ?a good cook? according to her daughters and husband.

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