We all love a bargain, especially when the item looks pretty identical to the designer version!!! See a few pretty spot on style steals below…. Isabel Marant Net-A-Porter Embroidered Dress Mango Suede Pointed flats Aquazzura Net-A-Porter Ghillie Pointed flats Topshop … Continue reading
With all the sensational 70’s style dresses on the market (there is a style for everyone) it would be crazy not to invest in a few to help us through the colder months with a bit of versatility, a dash of spunk and a pop of prints and colour. For the fashion forward followers out there, this I tell you is the quickest way to do it this season. Pair a paisley print floaty dress with knee high tan boots and a fedora hat, throw on your wool, suede or faux fur coat and you will be looking front row cool.
Patch Print Dress Monsoon // Boots, Scarf and Hat all from & Other Stories
The best thing about these buys is they are not going to break the bank at all. They will update your wardrobe fast and effectively. Happy Shopping!
I love a check (not quite as much as I love a stripe) but with all the gorgeous print popping up I thought I would share some of my favourite finds with you, and if you like them too, you can shop them … Continue reading
One of the trickiest transitions when it comes to dress code when there’s no time to shower and redress for an evening out is how to go from grubby to glam! (which is normally the way when we’ve been hard … Continue reading
This back to work simple outfit ticks all the boxes of a fashion forward dresser. Keeping it smart in black and white with a cut out/lace boho detailed high neck blouse (there are so many trends just in this one little dainty top), wide leg trousers (big tick), calf hair t-bar shoes (extra interest), a check scarf (contrasting print to the shoes), long gold necklace (bringing in another element of layering to add to the detail factor.
PS you need to see this blouse on to get the full effect of it’s gorgeousness, unfortunately not very clear in this picture!
Hope you all had a wonderful bank holiday and here’s to a short week – phew!