Denim, especially jeans have always been a big part of my wardrobe, and to be honest I don’t see that changing anytime soon, but I have noticed over the years how I seem to rotate between styles. Once upon a time, you couldn’t get me out of flares, I loved them, so much so, I remember making a pair even bigger while at university that included a whole lot of yellow fabric and cute stars embellished up the side, I was obsessed with them. Then came the time of the cropped jeans, a whole summer dedicated to the shorter style.
When it comes to fashion have you noticed that history tends to repeat itself? Now, it seems is the time of the 90s to have a revamp, and as I kind of actually remember living through this era the first time I thought I would inject a little nostalgia into this week’s style post. I remember the 80s, but I was a child, my decisions on my clothes weren’t really my own, in the 90s I was a teen, I had a love of combat mini skirts, crop tops, scrunchies, the bigger the better, denim, denim, and a bit more
I get a lot of feedback on my style posts on my social media channels, thank you guys for that, and a lot of those comments include how you like how I wear everyday looks, how I don’t over style my looks, and that they are accessible, you will generally have ripped jeans in your wardrobe already, I’m just trying to inspire a different way of wearing them. I could wear loaned designer gear each post but who can afford that, I like to keep things real, these are outfits that I wear, repeatedly in fact, OK some are a
There’s something special in the air when the blossom is in full bloom, there’s a sense of optimism that winter is finally over, and a joy at the new season ahead that warmer weather is finally on its way, and of course, a blogger can’t go past a blossom tree without snapping for Instagram, which then leads to posing in front of to show off her new patchwork jeans that she just picked up in the Gap sale. Well it would have been rude not to, right? This beauty is in Cambridge, we actually past it on our way to
I’m a self-confessed denim addict, I don’t believe you can ever have too many pairs of jeans, denim skirts or dresses, and I think it is because denim is universally cool, it works with so many different looks, and it really has to be the easiest thing to throw-on-and-go, well other than sweatpants, but definitely much more acceptable. So, when I was in Amsterdam last week I visited the House of Denim, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting craftsmanship, innovation and sustainability of the denim industry with their Denim City. If you’re thinking ‘I didn’t realise that Amsterdam was a big