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.
I’ve made no secret I’m a big kid at heart, I collect Barbie dolls, I love a My Little Pony, a Care Bear, unicorn cereal, and one of my favourite high street collaborations has to be Cath Kidston and Disney. I loved rocking Minnie Mouse, I totally adored the 101 Dalmatians, and now I get to be Tinker Bell, all in a day’s work as a fashion blogger and I love it. Cath Kidston really have killed it lately with their Disney partnership, they’ve really made the pieces so them, while bringing to life the Disney characters and I think
SHOP DISNEY X CATH KIDSTON PETER PAN
Anyone else wishing for spring? I’m kind of done with winter dressing, the only way I can get behind the cold is when it snows, I do love a magical wintery white scene, so I’ve decided to cheer up my winter wardrobe with a whole lot of metallic shine, and it is making me smile. It all started off with these bargain silver Topshop ankle boots. You see they had been on my autumn/winter wishlist for months, I was hesitant to take the plunge and buy, not sure why they weren’t crazy expensive at £40, but something made me chicken
SHOP MY LOOK
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,
Do you remember when you were a teenager and you obsessed over clothes? OK, I might still do that, but the spring of 1994, my go-to piece of clothing was a denim pinafore dress, and on day two of London Fashion Week I kind of revived my teenage look, slightly, accidentally on purpose. I would love to say that this is the same dress that I wore when I was 14, please don’t calculate how old I am, oh how I would love to say that, but actually I think this gorgeous Fatface beauty is actually much better and is it