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...

Wednesday, 10 September 2014


Some days it's best to keep your outfit simple and focus on the accessories. I've opted for a simple shift dress and let my hat and jewellery take the spotlight here. This delicate bracelet with a hand of fatima detail and unique triangle ring are both from the jewellery range at House of Fraser.
Both the pieces are from the "Ziba Collection" which produce very small and pretty accessories. Jewellery doesn't have to be loud. Despite the size of the items, they're eye-catching because of their intricate details. The bracelet even comes several variations, so you can layer them around your wrist.

Although House of Fraser are renowned for being a retailer of high quality premium branded merchandise, this doesn't mean that they don't have accessories to suit every budget. Their jewellery range covers a wide scope of tastes at a variety of prices.

I love accessories which have a lot of character and the Ziba Collection at House of Fraser provides just that. Focusing on the finer details when dressing up is just as important as picking the right clothing. After all, the right accessories can truly make an outfit.

Follow the links here to get your own:
Ring and Bracelet

 Hat and Dress: Missguided | Shoes: Topshop | Ring and Bracelet: House of Fraser

Sunday, 7 September 2014


It may be September but I'm still hanging onto summer and this halter top just screams summertime! It was sent to me by a label called "Pixiekini" all the way from New Zealand. Pixiekini create beautiful handmade crochet pieces which are ideal for lounging at the beach or simply to complete any bohemian outfit.
Here I'm wearing my Pixie halter top with my H&M patterned trousers which made an appearance on here earlier on in the summer.

Check out the Pixiekini Instagram Page and a Pixiekini piece of your own!

 Top: Pixiekini | Trousers: H&M