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Learn how-to cook smoked mackerel, beetroot & apple fritters and chermoula paste with Edinburgh's Broughton Delicatessen.




Lea Bee recreates the style of Doctor Who's companion, Clara Oswin Oswald for today's Halloween DIY The Look:

I love Claras style-romantic and neat. Skirt is original and iteresting and original and cardigan lovely. I love the shoes- rock style but it goes well with everything else.



Michty Maxx recreates the look of musician & singer Lzzy Hale and gives her an amped up spiky makeover.

It's simple rock chick makeup and it's practically the same what I used to wear on stage when I was in my first band, so I kinda felt kinship there. Plus I really love the band she sings for, which is Halestorm and you should definitely check out their music!



neijie recreates the costume of Mrs. Lovett from Sweeney Todd for today's Halloween DIY The Look:

What attracts me to Mrs Lovett's style is that it seems rather unkept yet polished at the same time. Her hair is unruly but is always in an updo. Her ragged hands are usually adorned with lacy gloves. Don't even get me started on her fancy tattered gowns. You've just got to hand it to her, the lady's got style!



Sadie from Sadie Seasongoods recreates the style of Lorelai's living room from the set of the Gilmore Girls:

I absolutely adore the Gilmore Girls' living room. Vintage and Funky and Comfy- oh my! If a room could be a welcoming hug, it would be Lorelai Gilmore's living room!




Jessy recreates the costumes of the witches from Wicked for our first Halloween DIY The Look of the year.

I love that the look is edgy and dark, but feminine at the same time.



Outfit Details

  • Headpiece - Rock n' Roll Bride for Crown and Glory 
  • Necklace - Bonnie Bling 
  • Jacket - Reworked Topshop Denim (see tutorial!) 
  • Brooch - Karen Mabon 
  • Dress - Ted Baker 
  • Shoes - JuJu 
  • Ice Cream clutch - Betsey Johnson 
  • Rings - Thomas Sabo and Bloody Mary Metal

DIY Printed Statement Jacket

Recreate the look with Lynsay's how-to make a printed statement jacket tutorial:

Check out How To Make A Printed Statement Jacket on Cut Out + Keep


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We head to The Make Den in Toronto where we learn how-to do crack stitching.



Cirencester, England •

The best thing about Cirencester (or Corinium) is its history. It was the second largest Roman town and has a bunch of historical sites in the town and surrounding villages.




We head to Canberra, Australia to explore Wita's wonderful workspace.

It's colourful, and I decorated it all by myself, which makes it very personal.



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