Things have been a bit quiet on the blog of late, sorry! I’ve been super busy, moving for the 298313th time since I arrived here in Chile, as well as enjoying life quite a bit! I’ll be trying to post some of the stuff I’ve done soon, so please keep the faith 🙂
This morning I got the most amazing email. My favourite denim brand Levi’s have finally released their collaboration collection with the vintage fabric powerhouse that is Liberty of London.
Continue reading “Liberty x Levi”
You’d have to have been living under a rock not to have noticed the latest sport luxe trend that the world is going crazy for.
Love them or hate them, I’m afraid that you will have to accept that the trend of wedge heeled sneakers seems to be here to stay. I’m not usually one to follow celebrity fashion, but from Dakota Fanning to Beyonce have been seen rocking Isabel Marant Willow’s since they launched last spring, and as dubious as I may have been about the longevity of this trend, I can’t deny that I do quite like them. Continue reading “Shopping Dilemma!”
I’d completely forgotten about this Style Icon post in a dusty corner of the internet…
My friend and fashion designer Rifka featured me on this post a few years back! Its so strange to read over it. I’m on a national newspaper website, no biggie.
Who are your style icons?
I’ve always found high waisted jeans really flattering. Not only do they eliminate muffin tops & all worries of whether you’re flashing your knickers, but they also give a very streamline look to the whole figure, while showing off what I find to be most women’s greatest asset – a slim waist. Plus, with the reign of crop tops not looking to fall anytime soon, they minimize the amount of flashed flesh whilst enabling you to stay very on trend. Not to mention the fact that high waisted trews give an illusion of elongated legs, and a nice shapely bum! What’s not to love? Continue reading “Fashion Review: Topshop Joni Jeans”
One of the things I was most excited about in the run up to my year abroad, were all the amazing people I would meet. In my first year at university, my bestest of friends turned out to be exchange students who were in Nottingham for either the year, or just a semester (which was heartbreaking once our time was up). I’m still in touch with most of them, and one of the many things we bonded over were beauty products. From finding dupes for Chanel nail polishes to testing out the best eyeshadows (I learned about the infamous Urban Decay Naked palette & Primer Potion through them, not blogs!) we were definitely self proclaimed beauty queens.
Continue reading “Beauty Gift Haul!”