Weather permitting this would have been the best outfit for the sky. The sun was out, there were Disney clouds in the sky but it was WINDY!! The jumper came on, the heels were replaced with boots. Also, this look was going to be shot in a better location, a little more editorial but I guess my pato terrace is ok. I’m really looking into shooting more editorial content for my blog. It’s motivating my personal style to be more story lead, more costume-like. The clip/slide trend is heavenly and I found my old clips and threw my hair up into one.
This outfit/ daily look reminds me of a farmers wife in the ’50s going into the town to get supplies.
Dress – Vintage | Jumper – H&M | Boots – New Look | bag – Yumi | clip – old
Düsseldorf Theatre Museum at sunset.
Pink sunsets in the pink city. Düsseldorf is a wonder of colourful delights, from the rainbow buildings, delicious food and friendly people we felt right at home.
packing only hand luggage is sometimes a nightmare when assembling outfits for a week. A lot of re-wearing happened during this Düsseldorf adventure. Trying to be creative in what I wear every day. To create something different proved a real challenge. Pairing these pink glittery SK8-HI Vans with the pink Theatre Museum was a highlight. As I love aesthetics and matching is my favourite thing. Ask Hayden.
Coat – Topshop | Jumper – Zara | Turtleneck – H&M | Jeans – Primark | Bag – Yumi | Trainers – Vans( sold out)
Dress shirts are the chicest thing you can possibly wear other than a suit. I am forever looking for suits and dress shirts to wear. Effortless style is what I’m all about. Nothing too fussy, just a statement.
A silky dress shirt, fishnet tights and mock croc Chelsea boots make the perfect evening out for me. A dress so short it would make anyone blush, styled with fishnet tights to really hammer home the length of the dress and small statement boots to weigh the look. Wearing a strappy pair of heels would have made the look to ‘ladylike’ for my liking. Styling with contrasts is what makes an outfit stand out for me. Accessorised with an oversized denim jacket, for that effortless ‘didn’t try to hard’ look and a faux fur bag which adds texture.
Dress- H&M (William Morris collection) | Boots – New Look | Tights – here, here | Bag – Calvin Klein ( old) Denim Jacket – Next
Photos – Liz
Location – Brewhouse & Kitchen Bournemouth
p.s. The food baby after testing the new B&K Bournemouth menu as real.
p.p.s I love the photos when I make silly faces, or smile to much they make me laugh so much.
A quintessentially British designer global recognised, William Morris prints are all over the world from textiles to wallpaper, and now a H&M collection. The Victorian/arts and crafts style is perfect for this time of year. Morris & Co X H&M teams the most recognisable William Morris prints into a collection for the A/W and beyond. Click the link to be taken to the site, H&M. I knew I wanted a piece from this collection. Each piece has a luxury look at H&M prices. The first piece I picked was this dress shirt, it’s flowing hem and delicate cuffs made it the perfect choice.
The styling of the shoot of this collection is giving me major inspiration for styling for Autumn. Soft feminine skirts with thick sailor jumpers, turtlenecks under dresses. Heavenly.
JACKET – VINTAGE | BOOTS – JUSTFAB | JEANS – PRIMARK | TOTE BAG – LULU GUINNESS | SUNGLASSES – BOOHOO | SHIRT/DRESS – MORRIS &CO X H&M | EARRINGS – TOMMY HILFIGER
not spon – just love the collection