You always regret the things you don’t buy, and never the things you do. I’ve never turned around and said I wish I didn’t buy this amazing aqua suede skirt but everyday since I left London I’ve cried (figuratively and maybe once literally) about the things I didn’t buy. Ok so this is about as […]Read more "A Good Investment"
I didn’t choose the pom life, the pom life chose me… Well actually I did specifically choose the pom life, but who wouldn’t want to look like a giant fluffy ball of fun? Especially at VAMFF, the one week of the year where people literally cover themselves in giant pompoms (and NO, not only me) […]Read more "The Pom Life Chose Me"
Who doesn’t love being mistaken for a mermaid at work? Exactly. That’s why my mermaid skirt is my favourite new thing.Read more "Bat Shirts & Mermaid Skirts"
I’ve never been one for ‘resolutions’ as such… If you want to do something then why not just do it? The change of one number at the end of a date won’t make anyone love burpees, won’t induce a hatred of deep fried anything, won’t stop wine feeling like it should be consumed by the bottle (it […]Read more "The Anti-Resolutionist’s Resolutions"
How does The Girl Who Lived For Clothes survive camping? She doesn’t. So for four days I had to become The Girl Who Lived For Festivals…Read more "The Falls"
If nude is nude, then colour is colour. But what if leopard print is your nude? Then the entire colour scheme is turned inside out.Read more "The New Nude"
NOT two words that normally go together, but as I recently discovered, also NOT mutually exclusive. A way to combine my new-found love for minimalism with my undying love for maximalism. Enter maximalist minimalism.Read more "Maximalist Minimalism"
So you might wonder how it all began? The whole colour / print mashup thing. Surprisingly, I wasn’t always this ridiculous when it came to dressing. Although I have been told I refused to take off my huge tule Cinderella dress I had when I was 4, even when I went to gymnastics class. You can […]Read more "How It All Began – With Blue Brogues"
Now while I’m not normally one for religiously following trends (not that I’m against it either), I can safely say I managed to nail the camel coat trend. Now how did I do this? Well I happened to own a camel coat, it was pretty easy actually. This coat has been in my wardrobe from […]Read more "Lucky Hue"
Seduction, transformation, allure, status, movement, privilege, royalty, pleasure and pain were all concepts associated with shoes in the ‘Shoes: Pleasure & Pain” exhibition I visited at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. An exploration into the extremes of footwear throughout history and around the globe – what more could I ask for? A decent pair of […]Read more "Pleasure & Pain"