Saturday, 30 August 2014

Autumn Wishlist

Autumn Wishlist

Loafers- J Crew  Trousers- Topshop  Sweater- Kenzo @ Net-A- Porter  Waistcoat- Zara  Boots- Zara  Flats- J Crew  Bag- Zara 

Above are the items I'm currently lusting over for Autumn/Winter. The printed boots and the Chanel esque bag are at the very top of my wish list, how fabulous! These items are ideal for the transitional period and will carry you through the Autumn. This wish list is never ending but I was restrained and picked my favourite items. Look out for a few of these pieces on the blog soon. 

Have a great weekend & Thanks for reading


Thursday, 28 August 2014

Boyfriend Fit

Jeans- Topshop (Similar Here)  Shirt- Zara (Similar Here)  Scarf- Alexander McQueen  Shoes- Zara (These are on my wishlist)  Bag- Topshop 

Today's look is all about Boyfriend styling. I however have added heels to make it feel a little more girly. I love slouchy jeans and shirts together. I know the general consensus is loose top tight bottoms and vice versa but I love the slouchy feel. I have added heels and the scarf to really pull the look together. 

What are your thoughts on doubling up on the slouchy fit?

Thanks for reading


Photography Credit- Chris Boden-Hook

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Transitional Pieces

Jeans- Topshop- Similar Here  Jacket- Mango Similar Here Shoes- Zara  Clutch- Zara  T-Shirt- Topshop- Love This One  Lip- MAC Russian Red 

All the pieces I'm wearing in this post are transitional pieces I can take through to the Autumn. Although it's a good while until the leaves are all crisp on the ground and there is a chill in the air I for one like to be prepared. Today was a little milder than it has been so I threw on my white blazer. The hat is something new for me as I don't wear them often and my hair has really only just grown out from a very short pixie cut, that said I do love this one and think it adds a little something to my look. 

Let me know what you think and if you have any transitional pieces I would love to know what they are.

Thanks for Reading


Photography Credit- Adam Tomlinson