Flashback to 1999, I was at university and my go-to look were my customised flares, you see my bought Topshop beauties weren’t quite big enough, so I added in a flash of yellow fabric for added swish, oh and some stars up the side just for the hell of it. I’m sad that I couldn’t find a pic of this uber-fashionable, more likely cringe-worthy moment to share with you all.
Every day we are bombarded with charitable causes to support, I’m up to three that I give monthly contributions to, but there’s one charity that seems to just understand how to get the masses involved and that’s Comic Relief and its Red Nose Day. Whether it is buying that chocolate bar, a limited edition Lulu Guinness tote, or one of its iconic red noses, there is something for everyone to get involved in, plus your also getting something in return for helping people in need both at home in the UK and in Africa.
There’s something about a casual sunny Sunday with brunch plans with my husband that just calls for Converse. They just yell casual, comfortable and yet when they are covered in leather sequins you can also feel stylish.
This is the first London Fashion Week in years where I haven’t done a full-on schedule, and surprisingly I am feeling more inspired than ever, which I think comes across in my growing confidence with my style posts, helped a lot by the fab Ashanti from AdornGirl who captured my look on the day. When I say more confident, I mean I don’t get super embarrassed every time a camera is pointed at me, I actually enjoyed myself, only taken me five years!!!