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Staycation in Style

on Wednesday, 20 April 2016. Posted in Outfits, Fashion

Kaleidoscope Maxi Dress

There’s nothing quite as motivating as the thought of an impending holiday to break me out of my unintended blog hibernation and force me to pick up my camera again.

Take it to the Maximum

on Thursday, 09 August 2012. Posted in Trends, Fashion, Wish List

Bastyan – Maeva Maxi DressFrench Connection - Spring Moiree Maxi DressBy Malene Birger - Adalgisa Dress Soft GreenRaoul - Silk Georgette V Neck Wallis GownTed Baker - Curassi Printed Maxi Dress

The weather may have been abysmal for most of the summer, but that hasn’t stopped the wedding season from winding up into full swing. So far this year I’ve been to two weddings and I’ve got three more to go. Two of which are at that slightly awkward time of year where summer becomes autumn and the already unpredictable British weather becomes exceptionally erratic. Bearing that in mind I started to research suitable wedding outfits and came to the conclusion that a maxi dress is the way forward. Long enough to keep you warm in a cold breeze and loose enough to keep you cool whilst standing in the sun – the ideal wedding guest outfit.

Mixing Seasons

on Tuesday, 31 July 2012. Posted in Trends, Fashion

Love Moschino - Leopard Print Sequin Bomber JacketEquipment - Bright Orange Signature Silk ShirtMIH - Marrakesh Mid Rise Kick Flare JeanCatherine Deane - Exclusive Leigh Maxi Dress

The changing of the seasons in fashion is a somewhat perplexing experience. Shops begin stocking beautiful spring dresses, skirts and shorts while the country is still in the grip of an icy winter. The reverse takes place mid-summer, as we’re greeted with the arrival of warm and cosy knits whilst planning holidays and trips to the seaside. This surely comes as no problem to the most efficient shopping matriarchs, but I simply cannot bring myself to invest in great fashion when I know I’ll have to wait several weeks to enjoy wearing it. A primitive approach perhaps, but nevertheless it’s the way I (and many of my peers) choose to shop.

The French Connection

on Tuesday, 10 January 2012. Posted in Shopping, Fashion

French Connection - Lost and Found Matt Satin DressFrench Connection - Imperial Lux Trench CoatFrench Connection - Sarah Silk Classic ShirtFrench Connection - Winter Moire Taffeta Strapless DressFrench Connection - Lost and Found Crepe-Satin Maxi Dress

I was 14 years old when French Connection began branding their clothes ‘fcuk’. An age I spent battling my inner desire to rebel with my otherwise straight-laced temperament. As such, a t-shirt featuring the phrase ‘too busy to fcuk’ was the perfect choice for my conservative rebellion.

Shop My Style

  • Popcorn Knitted Pom Hat
  • Chocolate Leather Strap Boots
  • Black Mini Rucksack
  • Navy Wadded Jacket
  • Left Bank Martini Candle
  • Northern Quarter Waterproof Parka
  • Prime & Create Mixing Medium
  • Jade Stretch Skinny Grey Jean
  • High Shine Boyfriend Cardigan
  • Black Chiffon Overlay Tee
  • Jalouse Leather Ankle Boots
  • Navy Stripe Blanket Wrap
  • Zip Sludge Ankle Boot
  • Sandra Step Hem Jumper
  • Vivan V Neck Jumper