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.
Have you ever bought an outfit that you loved in store and then instantly disliked as soon as you’ve got it out of the bag? This look, which I picked up in Primark, stood out in the store and then as soon as I tried it on together I just thought I looked fat. I was going to take them back, life got in the way, I forgot, and as you do I fell in love with the pieces again. It’s weird when that happens, I just chalk it down to the craziness of being a woman, we all have
I do love wearing black and white, where it is as block colours or a vibrant print, I just think monochrome is chic and elegant and perfect to wear to meetings followed by cocktails and dinner with friends. I wore this look a few weeks ago to an Echo Falls event where I interviewed Holly Fulton, I just thought it was the perfect summer evening look, monochrome with a pop of colour with my fab Rebecca Minkoff bag. The outfit started with this fab skirt, which no one could believe was Primark. I love a full skirt and this pleated
Weekends are precious, I love spending time with my fiancé as well as my close friends, and I love it even more when it is filled with gorgeous sunshine, great food and lots of laughs. Last weekend we went to visit Jim & Sarah, two of our closest friends, to celebrate Jim’s birthday as well as get giddy about the wedding as they are both coming with us to New York and with less than 100 days to go I am pretty excited. I always love going down to see them both in Chichester, it is always fun and relaxing,
What is your go-to festival-inspired look? Mine would probably be skinny jeans/denim shorts, a vintage rock tee, a bold floral kimono, some wellies and a few statement pieces of jewellery that I would probably have picked up from Primark. For this season, with the weather being a little warmer, I thought I would channel my girlie side and opt for a fun and flirty dress, pops of colour, of course, sensible but cool footwear, and a statement headpiece, well it wouldn’t be a festival without wearing something silly now would it. What I love about this look, other than how