If you want to know what’s hot and what’s not, ask Sindy. This style setter just loves fashion! She always wears the look of the season and loves to add some vintage pieces into the mix too. Always on trend, Sindy is not a slave to fashion and likes to use her sense of style when it comes to putting outfits together. Sindy has an eye for spotting new looks before they hit the high street. She has even taken to writing a weekly fashion blog. Her followers can’t wait to hear Sindy’s tips on next season’s colours, shapes and patterns, and she loves to share her ideas on how to put together the latest looks for less. Sindy is a style guru you can rely on!
“My top tip is to always add your signature to an outfit,” says Sindy, “whether it’s a special necklace or colour. Own your look!”
Sindy thinks that winter is the most wonderful time of the year. There is nothing more exciting than waking up to find the world has turned pure white. Sindy loves it when her garden becomes a sparkling, magical playground. She can’t wait to go outside. As soon as snow begins to fall, Sindy pulls on her coat and hat and heads out for her first snowball fight with her pals. Instead of snowmen, Sindy likes to build snow princesses. She gives her icy creations long skirts and pretty faces and finishes them with cute accessories such as tiaras and handbags. If more snow falls, Sindy and her pals like to catch the snowflakes as they gently float down. Sindy is always amazed to find that no two are ever the same.
“The best thing about winter? Snow of course!” says Sindy. “I like it best when it’s really deep and you nearly lose your boots!”
Whenever they can, Sindy and her friends like to shop till they drop. Fashion is this girl’s passion! Whether it’s a birthday party or off to the cinema, Sindy will find the perfect outfit for the occasion. From skater skirts to skinny jeans, she will pick out the coolest things. Sindy enjoys trying out all the latest trends—mixing and matching with cool accessories. She knows that a cute clutch, some pretty pumps or a hot hair clip will make her outfit zing. But all that shopping can be exhausting. When Sindy’s bagged some brilliant bargains, she and her friends head for their favourite juice bar to share stories, swap style tips, and recharge with yummy strawberry smoothies.
“Shopping is heaven!” says Sindy. “Even if I don’t find anything I like, I always have a giggle with the girls!”
Sindy loves music and dreams of performing on stage. This girl lives to sing! In the shower, while she makes her morning toast, and with her friends, the talented teen can always be found singing her favourite tune. Sindy recently won a local singing competition. The judges commented that her voice was as clear as a bell and that she had great stage presence. Sindy’s idols are Adele and Katy Perry. She admires Adele’s lovely voice, and Katy’s dance moves and quirky fashion sense. One day Sindy hopes that she will be able to sing at a huge concert, just like her heroes. Until then, she’s happy to dance around her bedroom singing into her hairbrush. Today Sindy has an audience of teddies. Tomorrow, the world!
Sindy says: “Performing gives me such a buzz! It’s scary, but my friends are always there for me.”
With her chic mini skirt and big curls, Sindy is the ultimate 1960s retro girl. Sindy likes the decade’s bright colours and bold patterns. When she’s in London, Sindy likes nothing better than shopping on Carnaby Street. At home she enjoys experimenting with sixties hairstyles and make-up, and spinning her grandparents’ vinyl discs on her record player. The Beatles are one of Sindy’s favourite pop bands. She adores their sixties sound. A whizz on the sewing machine, Sindy makes her own clothes, often recreating the outfits worn by her favourite sixties stars. When she’s not with her friends, Sindy spends hours chatting with them on the phone, swapping style tips. It’s just as well it’s not the sixties. How would she ever manage to keep in touch!
Sindy says: “The brilliant music and fashion of the sixties is still inspiring people. No wonder—it was all just so groovy!”