Saturday, 22 November 2014

Keep In The Dark

Think everyone must know by now I am a massive fan of black x black.. and more black in a outfit (it's 80% of my wardrobe). Additionally, I've been dreaming of having the Topshop Fluffy roll down Clutch which originally I fell in love with at London Fashion Week this September.
I FINALLY HAVE GOT MY PAWS ON ONE, and sticking to my usual manner of black, I had to pick one up in that colour.

Ideal for night and day, this clutch goes with everything, and add's a comfy little addition to your outfit. Topped with lace cover, leather skirt and cotton crop top this outfit is ideal for clashing textures.

grab the clutch here

Sunday, 9 November 2014


Mess Magazine's ISSUE 5 is now out for online and print and I am super excited for it, mainly as I've now been put up at the magazines lead Style Editor. Check through for SS15 trends you'll know to get to know, editorials, exploding upcoming talent and all things Fashion.

Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Hidden Gems

I love vintage and charity stores, however someone like me with very little patience doesn't always get far with it. I actually dug deep this time and was able to grab myself this patterned skirt, which is now become one of my wardrobe essentials. To be worn with jumpers, tees, jackets this skirt has been ideal, and easy to work around my 'all black wardrobe'.

Along with this skirt I've gone and got myself prepped for winter (and just in time!) I honestly recommend looking out for your winter weather wear from vintage and charity shops. You'll find thicker knitwear and better quality fabric all for fraction of the price of high street stores!

thankyou PARIS AYERS for the pictures!

top £7.99 @ H&M / jacket THRIFT SHOP in NYC / skirt £8 YMCA Charity shop

Friday, 17 October 2014

The Insta-Catchup

It's been a busy couple of weeks (literally) but it feels good to say I am settled and on my way through second year of University. With having an incredible summer which felt liked it was only a month long, I am so excited for Autumn to come in. However, I feel a little catchup is needed on what I have been up to.

I've had a busy.. incredible summer. Three internships, festivals, and catching up with friends at home. Although it's been the most tiring 4 months of my life, I am so glad it's done and so grateful for what I have got to do throughout. With working at LK Bennett, AllSaints and fashion week regarding Mess it's been wonders.

I also got to meet my dream lady Alexa Chung, and Jamie Wei Huang along the way. Summer well spent.

However it's back to University life for this one. And before I forget, I have also got my hair chopped, hoooray! 

alexa chung

Somerset house, the home of LFW

We're you just as shocked as me? 

Short hair, don't care

AllSaints HQ - styling. work work work

See you next season!

The University work begins, hello late nights

Tea anyone? Many reasons why I love Orange Tree in Nottingham

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

First post of the second year!

Second year has started, which means time to get back into the swing of things with my blog and all (and well get some use out of some new purchases).
So my newest purchases has to be my JARDON Doc Martens. I've always wanted the classic black boot pair. However once seeing these, they were perfect. Double sole, patent leather, what more could I ask for?

I chose to put these heavy doc's into use, topped with a detailed choker and hat.

JARDON Boots @ Doc Martens £145 / Black Duster @ Topshop £45 / Black Joni Jeans @ Topshop £36 / Hat @ h&m £7.99 / Tee @ H&M £6.99 / Choker @ FREEDOM Topshop £10