Thursday, 10 July 2014

Style doesn't always necessarily relate to just what you wear. It can transcend into different aspects of design which probably explains why I am somebody who is quite into my spaces and homes. Take a look at Erin Wasson and her home. When it comes to decorating the indoors, less can definitely be more. White walls and wooden floors gives you a blank canvas to work with so you can add in whatever personal knick knacks you own. Rugs, antlers and frames being some of my faves. 

Sunday, 1 June 2014

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Heels- Zara

My working environment is a particularly nice place where shoes are enjoyed. This can make fighting the temptation to purchase yet another pair of shoes (see most of my blog?) slightly challenging. After all, you wouldn't want to let a good outfit down with a dodgy choice in footwear now would you?

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

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(First image - Source - Tomorrow's Journal)

There is a lot of fun to be had in London and as much as I love living here, when a bank holiday weekend lies ahead of you, I think it's fair to say it's healthy to escape this metropolis every now and then. As a matter of fact, you would be surprised what the British Coast can offer (see above.) I was offered an extended invitation for a trip down to Plymouth which is just one train ride away via London Paddington. If you really want to have some fun join a friend who owns a boat (or if you don't, rent a boat), zip around the sea and try a water sport of your choice. Initially, the water might give you a slight chill but that's nothing a wetsuit won't fix. I'm not going to lie, wearing a wetsuit kind of made me feel like a Charlie's angel - and that is a good thing. And hey, if you are really feeling wild you can even have a shot at fishing. Whether it floats your boat or not, it sure is something you can't do in the city.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

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For starters, I didn't for see myself becoming a 'repost it' kind of gal. Maybe Dylan Rieder was the gateway and it's more than likely that you've seen this editorial before. Recently, I have been left in charge of decorating the pin board in the fashion cupboard at my work. Spending a significant amount of time in there, this has become quite a nice new edition to the room. Everything Tyrone Lebon photographs turns into gold. Pairing up with Vogue's Fashion Editor Francesca Burns in Los Angeles and these images hit the fashion jackpot. You probably don't need a reminder telling you that these images were first up on my pin list. Want to catch a behind-the-scenes-vid? It's just one click away. And FYI after watching I am seriously craving early hour pool diving.

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

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Fashion week may have been four months ago and we are rolling into Resort 2015, but if something is this good you've just got to go with it. More often than not, I find myself sending attachments across to friends stating 'seriously though, THIS Marques look !!!' (See for yourselves here and here.) It's understated, cool and a hint of fun all rolled into one. Don't we all want to wear an outfit which says exactly that? 
Between us, we may have our fair share of existing Marques Almeida pieces but somehow that does not stop us from wanting more. After riffling through several packets of photos, I came to the conclusion that these backstage AW/14 shots not included before definitely deserved some airtime.