Monday, 30 October 2017


This post contains sponsored content by Nicce Clothing.

During the last few months I have amassed an array of slip dresses- anywhere from 90s teddies to flowing silk gowns. Slip dresses are perhaps THE most versatile piece in a capsule wardrobe, so it's hard to believe that there aren't that many articles on how to wear them in the winter. And though we may be reaching for longer hemlines with the cooler temperatures, I find myself reaching for a body-con mini slip this winter.

Nicce slip dress worn throughout. (

___FOR WORK___
Nicce slip dress, Burberry trench and scarf, I Saw It First trousers, Zara sandals, Jones Bootmakers bag

___DAY TIME___
Nicce slip dress, R 13 blazer, I Saw It First rollneck, Ganni denim boots, J Brand jeans, Gucci bag

Nicce slip dress, Nicole Fahri coat, I Saw It First boots

Monday, 23 October 2017

Studio '76- with Benefit Cosmetics




Sunday, 22 October 2017



Monday, 16 October 2017

Little Black Dress

Chi Chi London 'Etta' dress, Prada shoes, YSL bag
 Ana Maddock- Chi Chi London- Manda Heels Prada DupeAna Maddock- Little Black Dress- Chi Chi London Etta dress- Elevated basics make up the majority of my wardrobe, so I know this sleeveless black dress with its feminine lace is going to be a staple this autumn / winter. I’ve also attempted to wear something without a turtleneck, but I won't pretend one won't sneak its way underneath a lace dress for obvious reasons.

Get the Etta dress at

Quick note: if you're on the Chi Chi website be sure to check out their 'Manda' heels- they're a dupe for the Prada scalloped heels at only £34



Wednesday, 4 October 2017

What I Wore: Bowers & Wilkins PX Launch

Bowers & Wilkins PX (Available at



Monday, 2 October 2017

Winter White

Stella McCartney trench coat, Equipment blouse, Balmain skirt, Acne boots, Gucci bag, Alexander McQueen scarf

Knowing Your Personal Style

Maison Margiela high neck top, Valentino jumpsuit
Tresor Paris bracelet (Available at, Swarovski medium hoops
Calvin Klein sunglasses, Henry London watch

I am a serial outfit repeater, and cost-per-wear genius. If you're an editor for a super fancy magazine that I haven't already (ghost) written for... THIS right here... is where the money is.

You're welcome for all of this dope new insight that has never been mentioned before.

In order to make the most of your wardrobe, you have to love everything in it. The idea of a capsule wardrobe is hardly revolutionary, but in the world of fashion bloggers-who may as well be called shopping bloggers- the idea of re-wearing your wardrobe has become foreign.

So how do you re-wear your favourite items?
I subscribe to the rule that less is more. Your wardrobe should have a core collection of versatile pieces that you can wear in endless combinations together. The key is to get creative with your combinations and get some signature pieces. I like to wear items that can be dressed up or down, the jewellery I wear on a daily basis would not look out of place at a red carpet.

I plan to wear this Tresor Paris bracelet with my everyday jeans as well as the gorgeous gown the festive season has in store for me.

Now let's talk about personal style.

"Fashions fade, style is eternal"- Yves Saint Laurent.

A wise person once said that money can't buy style. Now this saying has been butchered and reformulated too many times to link it to just one source. If you feel like the only thing holding you back from those oh-so-coveted designer goods is a high street budget then you'll be happy to hear of Next's new venture. Next has recently launched an in-house line called Label/Mix. You may remember the name from previous press releases and many InstaStories back in February, detailing a collaborative line between ten designers and the high street giant.

So what now? I'm going to get a couple of links taken off this Tresor Paris bracelet and get it to fit my wrist.

Tresor Paris is available in stores and
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