So when did a pink coat become the new neutral? I’m not sure either but I love it. For me, beige, camel or white isn’t always my style, don’t get me wrong I love my camel coat, but it isn’t generally associated with fun and flirty, and that’s where I think a pink coat adds another layer to any look. The beauty in pink is that it is surprisingly easy to work with, it looks great with primary colours, other shades of pink, black, pastels, bold jewel tones, other neutrals, as well as denim. So basically a great addition to any wardrobe.
Want to be festive without going full-on Christmas jumper? Well, you might want to snap up a Fair Isle knit, with its gorgeous patterned yoke, and that nostalgic feeling it gives you, like you need to be on top of a mountain somewhere enjoying a mulled wine or two while watching skiers whizz by. You see, this post came about after I feel hard for an Isabel Marant beauty, it was gorgeous, it even had alpaca wool, but at £350 I had to say no, sadly, and then I found this cutie in Primark for £11. Yep, I totally lucked out –
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There is something about the contrast of tulle and camo that I just adore, on paper you might think it doesn’t work, but don’t you just love edgy and feminine teamed together, especially when added with a pop of pink. I wore this look during London Fashion Week, it seems every LFW I wear tulle at some point, and this year I thought I’d switch it up with this cool camo jacket I snagged at the Gap Outlet for £25. I’d been looking for a great camo jacket for ages, since I lost mine, and this one is perfect as
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I’m going to say it, red is going to be the new pink. OK, probably not as big, but I’m really loving red at the moment, which is totally new for me, I’ve always been a little worried about wearing the bold hue before, and when I have it has always been as a ‘going out’ look rather than day. So, I decided to challenge myself to style up this one red dress, which FYI has been in my closet for an age and I’ve only worn it once, two ways, a daywear look and then a casual eveningwear look
Have you ever had that feeling that a piece of clothing just gets you? It kind of says what you are feeling. For me, recently it has to be this Izabel London wrap maxi skirt, it’s kind of a contradiction, part Boho chic, part rock chick, with a whole lot of cuteness in-between if that’s at all possible. You see it is because I’m a little all over the place with my style. One day I want edgy, the next cutesy, another minimal, and then the other day I even wanted full on French chic, the Breton stripes, the red beret and