Anyone else excited to see warmer, brighter weather on the horizon? I love the change from winter to spring as it means I get to embrace spring florals, bare legs, and cropped denim jackets, as well as enjoy the lighter nights, afternoons in the garden and the general glow that comes with the changing of a season. It can be hard sometimes to switch out of winter dressing, I’m so used to wrapping up warm in lots of layers, I’ve become a little attached to my chunky knits, jeans, and boots that it is hard to make the switch, so
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.
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For me, outfits, especially during London Fashion Week, are a time to play a part, stay true to my style, but still have a little fun. For day 1, I was totally channeling the girlies in John Hughes 80s flicks, like Deb and Hilly in Weird Science, FYI, great film if you haven’t seen it – do, now. Seriously, why you still reading this find it on Netflix or something!!! OK, so for all you guys that have seen it, this is my 80s style look, complete with over-the-top side ponytail – thank you The Apartment and Priv, funky tights, metallic
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If you had to go with just one autumn staple what would it be? In recent years, I might have said leather jacket or a chunky longline cardigan, this season I’ve fallen hard for a pair of leopard print boots, which you might not believe me when I tell you, but they were £12 and from Primark, and I love them. I bought these beauties as a test run, I wasn’t sure if leopard print was for me, I’m always pinning gorgeous animal spotty coats, but I thought I would ease my way in gentle with these boots after I
One key trend this season has to be the pleated midi skirt, whether you fancy it in velvet, metallic, jewel tones, or semi-sheer there are so many choices, and it is such a great versatile piece that you can wear it so many ways this winter. I’m a big fan of the pleated midi skirt, I love wearing it with trainers during the day, dressing it up in strappy heels for a night out, or adding a little edge with a cool pair of ankle boots. During London Fashion Week, I wore the most gorgeous metallic pleated midi skirt from Next,