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Dressing The Corrie Girls!

Hey everyone! I know it been while, but I'm trying to get back into it... the full-time stylist and blogger job has been getting in the way of my own blog, but now I've found the balance and I'm back! YAY!

I've been wanting to show you all this for a while now, but just haven't found the time. My new job as a stylist has given me the chance to dress some of the Coronation Street girls! What's Coronation Street some of you may ask? It's a British soap that's on TV at prime time for 3 nights a week.

Anyway I've sent out clothes for them to wear on screen and off screen and here's some of the first images...


The first one is Katie McGlynn, also seen on Waterloo Road a long with a variety of other shows...




For Katie I sent the stunning Tuxedo Dress from Missy Empire which unfortunately is now out of stock and won't be returning :(

The second on screen beauty, is a fairly new character who came into the soap as Tina's best friend, Tisha Merry... 

Both girls were out in Manchester celebrating Gay Pride on the Coronation Street float.




She is wearing a Beyonce inspired dress also from Missy Empire found here: Beyonce Dress
I thought it showed off her gorgeous curves brilliantly and she looked stunning :)

Hopefully over the next few weeks I may be able to access more images, so you can see who else I've dressed on and off the screen. It's such a fun thing to do, I must admit I was nervous at first but once you get that first one the rest just comes so easily, I absolutely adore styling and I hope you like what I've done so far to! :)

If you would like to find out more about both girls you can find their Twitter pages below.

Katie: Twitter
Tisha: Twitter


With Love 
SJ 
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