Friday, 28 February 2014


So recently I have been obsessing over camel coats a bit. 

You may have seen in my last LFW post the street style photo I snapped of a gorgeous young lady in her beautiful oversized soft caramel coloured coat.
 A couple of days later I was doing my little thing in the charity shops, when I came across this old gem. It's a vintage Selfridges cashmere coat in mint condition. To be honest, I feel like a bit of a streaker in it... but how could I turn it down? It was such a bargain, so although I probably won't wear it all that much, I think it's a really beautiful investment piece.
I imagine the lady that first brought it was a lot less scruffy than me, & would probably be mortified to see me wearing it with ripped jeans and slip ons, but hey ho. 


Monday, 17 February 2014


So here it is again.

I tried my hardest to get some bloggers tickets for shows but alas no success. I was still going down to London anyway, it's not far from me & I was staying with my lovely cousin for the weekend. 
So on the Sunday I popped down to Somserset House for a goosey goosey ganders. It's probably the best place in the world to people watch ever! It's so interesting to see such a mix of creative people in one place with so many inspiring outfits, accessories, hair & make up. 

I apologise that I don't have any photos of myself, not very professional for a fashion blogger I know. To be honest, a few too many mojitos were comsumed the night before & I wasn't looking my sharpest to say the least. I will be better behaved in September, I promise.



Thursday, 6 February 2014


So I am a huge fan of grey & monochrome when it comes to clothes, but boy oh boy do I love me a statement piece of jewellery! So when I came across Bijoux Bazaar & I found myself scrolling through their Instagram, a bit in awe, I had to contact the owner.
I asked Lucy what the main reason for creating the brand was, & I completely agreed with her response,"I decided to set up BB mainly due to the fact that I was so sick of turning up to an event wearing the same Zara necklace as 5 other girls!".
Now I don't know about you, but this has happened to me on several occasions, weddings being the worst! It feels a bit like that statement necklace you proudly purchased, is no longer a statement. 

Bijoux Bazaar is inspired a lot by street style and bloggers, which is always nice to hear. I really think this brand has something for every individual, wether it's structured tortoiseshell or pastel layered florals that float your boat.
 With fashion forward jewellery a bit different from what the highstreet can offer, but still at very affordable prices, I really think this brand is one to watch and invest in.

I'd love to know your thoughts!


Monday, 3 February 2014


I need these perfect Zara sandals in my life!

I think they will have to be my next pay day treat when it gets a bit nearer Spring time (if I manage to wait until then)
But boy oh boy I am in love. 



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