Thursday, 9 October 2014


 Top: Topshop | Jeans: ASOS | Shoes: Missguided | Necklace: River Island

Some days just call for a pair of jeans and a baggy t-shirt. Switch things up a bit by going for white denim and a light top, you can also add dark lipstick for a more dramatic look. If you want to elongate your legs, a pair of simple platforms are perfect.
Simple outfits don't always have to look plain!

Sunday, 5 October 2014


My apologies for not posting lately! I've just moved into my new house and setting up the internet has taken a while. Here are a few snaps I took when I was at London Fashion Weekend a few weeks ago to make up for it!

I decided to wear my grid print coat by Daisy Street for a sleek and minimal look, however I styled it a little differently from my last post about it. Here I opted for white-on-white coordinates to make the outfit stand out a lot more. Monochrome is always so easy to do and consistently creates clean and simple outfits. You can do no wrong with going back to black and white basics- it's just all about how you wear it!

Sunglasses: ASOS | Coat: Daisy Street | Top and shoes: Topshop | Skirt: Missguided | Bag: Hermes

Sunday, 14 September 2014


I am super lucky to have been invited to London Fashion Week this year and what fun it was! I was about on Friday and it was amazing being around such stylish people, there were so many incredible outfits everywhere. 

The inspiration for my outfit came from this Faux Fur Collar Coat by Topshop. I fell in love with this coat a few weeks ago and when I was vintage shopping in Brick Lane I had the idea of making my own version of it. I bought this black and white faux fur collar above for just a tenner from a little market and decided to pin it to my Boohoo duster jacket and voila! It's completely vamped up my simple coat. 
With such loud outerwear, I kept my outfit underneath simple and just paired a white H&M t-shirt with my trusty USC leather shorts. I love bringing fur and leather together, they're my favourite textures. Finally I threw on my Topshop boots to complete my look and create a bit of a gothic feel.

Being front row at the Ong-Oaj Pairam show was absolutely incredible. This season's designs boasted layered dresses, flowing ballgowns and a kaleidoscope of pastel hues. Pairam's Spring/Summer '15 collection was inspired by his childhood in Nakhon Ratichasima, growing up alongside his family's factory and he showcases this in his merge of both functional and hedonistic fashion. The combination of florals, oriental patterns and silks were also resonant of Pairam's signature 'East meets West' style.

 Coat: Boohoo | Fur: Vintage | Top and Necklace: H&M | Shorts: USC | Shoes: Topshop | Bag: Chanel

My time at London Fashion Week was all I wished it would be and more! I can only hope that this is just the beginning of things to come...