Wednesday, 22 April 2015

OOTD - Spring is here! ♥

Hello everyone! If you live in England you will have most likely attempted sunbathing (I got sunburnt) as the weather is finally starting to feel a bit warmer. As a British person, I find it quite hard to transition from the freezing rainy weather to the sudden glorious sunshine that we have been loving, but I have a few posts lined up for you guys on how to dress for spring!


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Hat: Topshop (from Selfridges)
Shirt: Abercrombie & Fitch (mens)
Jeans: Mango:
Shoes: Boohoo 

Tuesday, 10 March 2015


Finally its beginning to get a little warmer and the sun has proved that it does actually exist, this can only mean one thing...spring is coming! And what better way to celebrate the new season than with a new wardrobe?
Here's an easy guide to be on trend for Spring 2015!


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The classic dungaree is a wardrobe essential, opt for longer dungaree trousers that can be worn on more chilly days and pair the outfit with a loose shirt and some classic heels to make the outfit look more modern.

50s Full skirt

From looking at the catwalks at fashion week and the amazing street styles, its clear that a retrograde to the 50s on trend for this year.


As the weather gets warmer, fashion unsurprisingly returns to the hippie era. Spice up a simple outfit by throwing on a fringed jacket or pair of boots.


Khaki is a colour that when worn is sure to look effortlessly chic whether its fitted or oversized. Furthermore, the military trend is extremely versatile as it could be taken in either a feminine or androgynous direction.

And of course, the most predictable trend makes a comeback...

I know I know, its hardly revolutionary that florals are back for spring, but its a style you can put together easily and always be on trend! Stay classic with a traditional 50s styled dress or go modern with bright accessories and clashing prints.

What's your favourite trend?

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Bournemouth + OOTD!♥

Hello my lovelies, so as all you British students are aware, we've just had half term, a lovely week off of school in which we can relax...or do the tons of work teachers think will enhance our 'holiday'! Anyways, as I am in my final year of Alevels and hope to go to University in September to do media studies, so I went on an Applicant Day Visit to Bournemouth University. Although the uni wasn't for me, I will certainly miss the gorgeous town and beach (I think we were very lucky with the weather though!), not to mention the long street of vintage shops - blogpost on my recent vintage purchases soon!

So here are some photos I took on the beach with my lovely mother and a quick outfit of the day for you guys!


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Cape: Tkmaxx
Roll Neck: Vintage
Jewellery: H&M
Trousers: Topshop
Bag: Newlook
Brogues: Jones