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Styling Spotlight… Tara Sloggett

Tara Sloggett‘s portfolio eagerly welcomes you into her “world of loveliness” and oh my, what a lovely world it is!

Originally from London, Tara now firmly “has her toes in the sand in beautiful Cape Town,” and her sunny array of delectably styled editorial and commerical visuals are certainly testament to the good life!

Full of bright colour pops and pretty patterns, and embracing the beauty of the great outdoors, let these delightful images transport you away to sunnier climes….

Author bio

Kate Baxter is a columnist for Heart Home and authors the blog Fabric of my Life. A PR girl by day and interiors stylist in every remaining hour God sends, Kate founded Fabric of my Life as a little corner of cyberspace where she could collect all her design ideas, passions, thoughts and musings into one big magpie's nest. You can follow her on Twitter @fabricofmylife. Read more posts by .

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  5. Lovely pictures x

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