As the season begins to change, picking what to wear becomes even more confusing than usual. I don’t know about you guys, but I find my summer wardrobe incredibly difficult to leave behind. If you didn’t already know, I love dresses, skirts, camis; anything floaty and flirty that makes me feel my most feminine. In an attempt to justify more purchases and of course share more with you lovelies; this is my take on transitional dressing.  View Post

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I’ve kind of had an unconscious love affair with body suits for a couple of years now. I spotted a low back body, loved it, bought one in black and one in white and have worn them endlessly since(you’ve probably spotted them on the blog before). It was only recently I realised how frigging amazing they actually are and started buying them in every style and shape I could find. There are so many ways to wear a bodysuit… View Post

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It feels like an eternity ago now but the truth is I have just about recovered from London Fashion Week SS17. I fell ill after a week of Fashion shows, meetings, lounges and after parties followed by one too many late nights for a friends birthday. They call it the Fashion Week Flu and it usually comes with a side of broken feet (not literally but they certainly felt like they were!). View Post

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I havent gotten my head around the fact that onesies exist- for adults. I totally get the comfort factor, maybe even the cute factor but in the end, it looks exactly like a baby grow. I actually stopped seeing a guy when he suggested I buy and wear a onesie for a Christmas Pyjama Party he was having with his friends- we were clearly never going to be on the same page in life. I have never worn a onesie and I plan on keeping it that way… View Post

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Instead of a classic Little Black Dress, I’m going to share my wardrobe basic of a Black Maxi Dress. If you read my last post on my maxi skirt, you’ll know why I like maxis so much. Maxi dresses and skirts are not only up my street because they’re super floaty and feminine but they’re also a wardrobe habit I’ve picked up from spending a lot of time in Dubai(where modest dress is preferred). View Post

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