Hello beautiful people, how did you find the first signs of the UK chill this Sunday? I mean heaters were on and all things warm in my house.
I had a small family 60th birthday to attend, so I had to deal with all weather challenges fashionably, hence why I opted for this beautiful earthy terracotta orange brown in the form of a Zara jumpsuit I purchased from the end of their summer/resort season collection. For warmth, but still complimenting the Jumpsuit earthy tone, I matched up with a little piece I have had in my collection for a good five or so years. Yes the beautiful, striking alpaca cropped mohair jacket from this beautiful niche brand called Commuun. I high recommend checking out this wonderful edgy little powerhouse “Commuun” as they really have wonderful pieces that are both outstanding in design and quality.
For shoes I gravitated towards these leopard print calf hair pumps, I again purchased from KG say a decade ago. Yes I always call upon old pieces in my wardrobe to compliment new purchases as certain styles are just timeless and just keep getting recycled and reintroduced. Hence why I recommend buying well, my motto is,”don’t buy anything you can’t see yourself wearing ten years from now.”
I can definitely see myself rocking this whole look years from now😀🙌🏽. In the meantime happy new week ahead💋
Hello my beautiful people💋 Another bright Monday, so let’s keep our chins up and think of all things lovely.
Thought I would share a weekend update with you of the wonderful evening I enjoyed with the hubby😘
I opted for a Light white and pink stripy Sandro off the shoulder dress and paired up with blue & red statement heels from Malone Souliers.
I really adore these wedges and infact treat them like gold dust, for they only ever come out if I know for sure that walking will be minimal to ensure that they are unscathed. Sad right?
We went for dinner at no other than Hakkasan, Hanway Place and as usual it didn’t disappoint. Food was great, especially as both our palates have a fondness for Cantonese cuisine. Atmosphere also as expected 👌🏽🤩💫
Hello again my beautiful people, hope you’re all having a splendid Thursday looking forward to the end of another long hopefully productive week.
Now I am sure I am not alone when I state that Zara’s prints are off the hook this resort season. They are really pushing the creative boat out and outperforming all other fast fashion high street brands in the print trend this resort season, by bringing us beautiful prints at great prices! Being a fan of statement prints and knowing how much you have to pay for a designer equivalent, I salute and say keep up the good work Zara🙌🏽
Here are a few of my favourite prints from Zara for this post summer resort season:The statement chain print blouse is from Zara! Yes it’s not silk, polyester but who cares? Pair it up as I have done with a mini skirt such as this moss green wool one from Cos, Sophia Webster statement heels again in Suede moss green too and you’re popping! It looks like silk now doesn’t it! It’s all about how you can wear it, we all know that😀 Not forgetting the Fedora to add a little something extra👌🏽
Below is another scarf print dress I recently purchased from Zara’s resort season paired up with cheap and cheerful sunnies from & Other Stories:
Last but not least is one of my current favs, this beautiful woven print multicoloured maxi again from Zara:
What trend are you loving currently in the high street? Have a good day beauts…💋
Hello beautiful people sorry I have been gone for a while, but summer hols with my little one have keep me so busy and locked away. Yes I need to improve my multitasking😀
So summer has finally decided to leave us hanging at the mercy of Autumn, let’s not fret however as September is still lingering on with her sunny spells. I am therefore taking every opportunity available to bask in the sun’s rays and lap up as much vitamin D as Possible before the days get shorter and colder. I will not despair too much though as there is absolutely nothing wrong with a cold crispy October morning with a nice hot cup of coffee in one’s hand😀
In the meantime we will enjoy what’s left of September and brace ourselves for the rest of Autumn, because with the current UK weather trend one simply can’t predict if we are about to experience the coldest or warmest Autumn. Going by the prolonged heat wave this summer, I say we are in for a surprise, but come what may I for one intend to embrace and face all challenges fashionably🙌🏽😀.
Hello my fellow sun loving people! I mean what a summer we are having over here in the UK😀.
Decided to lap up some rays over breakfast this morning in a dramatic black frilly sun dress from none other than the high street wardrobe saviour “Cos” that gives us not just staples, but pieces that are geometrically arty and can stand the state of time.
Now black is not the first colour that springs to mind when the sun is out, but trust me this dress is so light weight and flowy on top of being so beautifully designed. It is made of a very light semi sheer cotton and silk, so not heavy at all even for the kind of heat wave we have been experiencing over here in the UK.
Bandage Espadrilles from & Other Stories
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There is also an added fun factor to the dress with the adjustable hem cords to adopt this stunning dress to your planned activity or event. Another investment piece, wouldn’t you agree?🙃
So we are all still reeling from the fantastic day we have had with the Royal Wedding. It has been a pretty incredible day that just happened to coincide with a friend’s birthday, so what better excuse to get dressed up, get my groove on and head for Coq d’argent brunch in Bank.
Sun was out and so of course I am going to rock my D&G retro sunglasses!
I recently purchased a pastel blue gathered maxi shirt dress from the Cos summer season 2018 and I mean the colour is a dream and so is this dress. It really is such a bargain at the contemporary Cos price as it would go for a lot more if by a high end designer brand. This is why we all love Cos, a brand that brings quality and edgy fashion at an incredible price. This dress is not bad at £79.
Its all about the accessories right? So I paired up with a Sandro My Lou Medium bag in Contrast light brown, nude pink and white. This is currently priced at £280, but at this time of the year I would definitely wait for the sale and get that 30% off especially as this is a bag you will use for years to come, it’s so retro.
The Tory Burch floral wedges I picked up from the Outnet and you will find a range of discounted summer beauts like these at around £120-£140. I think they are worth the spend as they can be worn several summers to come with loads of wonderful pastel pinks, blues and whites. They are leather print by the way! A great investment.
If you love the nude pink stacking ring, then head to Astley Clarke. Even better sign up to their customer base and wait for a sample sale where you can pick up one of these for £20-£30.
All in all a fabtastic day. Oh the Chanel bag at the table looks great but not mine am afraid, belongs to a girlfriend. To be fair I am so in love with my Sandro bag, what a beaut…
If you have found me then you are about to be opened up to a blogger with a difference! I am not a fashion follower, I am more about buying for keeps, so investing and recycling your pieces. I don’t believe in always following as after all we are all trend setters in our own rights. Fashion is an expression of ourselves and the personalities suppressed by the tick box world we live in.