I’ve had a shit week. One of those life changing, new chapter starting weeks which felt like a step backwards in terms of life progression. I’ll stop being facetious and tell you that in the last week the guy I’d been seeing split up with me. It hurt. A lot. As in, heart sinking into [...]
Let’s be honest, no one likes returning to reality after a memorable holiday, where you’ve eaten and drunk like kings and queens, explored new and interesting places, and expanded your cultural horizons.
I am so excited to wear my new clothes from Religion Clothing where it’s not raining and somewhere it’s warm enough to rock the floaty maxi dresses without having to worry about thick opaque tights or coats.
This week in fashion news, the designer Karl Lagerfeld recently died. The infamous and outspoken man, rarely seen without his iconic gloves, silver ponytail and sunglasses, was the creative director of Chanel and an inspiration to a lot of big named brands, including Fendi and Louis Vuitton.
This blog is a fashion and lifestyle blog so without going on too much about my personal life, I thought I would share with you this week my shoe haul from my shopping trip with Lucy.
I’m at my most happiest when I feel confident in my outfit, and in turn I know when I dress well, I am going to set myself up for the day. This is why I thought I’d share my outfits for the week because not only am I proud of my style but because I thought a few outfit ideas could inspire you. #bodyconfidence
For the difficult partner, or the partner who has seemingly everything, why not treat them to a new style this season?
It's starting to get cooler, darkness rolls in sooner, and with it we begin to see a shift in our colour palettes. We decide to wear darker clothes as if in mourning for the summer, we wrap up in greys, blacks, and muted tones.
I recently took on a freelance writing job which is being slotted in between my 9-5. I am so busy that this morning I even forgot to wash my hair (amen to dry shampoo!) so I'm not one for over thinking my outfit before I rush out the front door with the promise that I'll grab breakfast on the way to work (I never do)...