Easter weekend ....... yippee!!
After a busy few weeks at work, exams and still no sunshine it was time to have some fun! As much as I love smart, tailored looks I really enjoy wearing fun outfits too!
Dungarees..... one fun, comfy outfit that I used to wear when I was a little girl. Making a come-back this Spring you can find a pair in every shop window..... relaxed, ripped, cropped...whatever look you fancy!
My weekend was all about being relaxed, comfy and easy. Teamed with a turquoise logo sweatshirt and trusty flat skater pumps my work here was complete!
* Happy Easter Everyone *
A new hair style I tried out......upside-down french plait!
Very excited to be working with a new clothing brand called R a I N!
R a I N is a luxury occasionwear brand offering gorgeous playsuits, dresses and co-ordinate sets. Pieces include beautiful details....highlighted by signature sequins, embellishments and feminine silhouettes.
The only R a I N you will ever want to see...........!
...... simple, complimentary and effortless colours.
Not quite Spring yet.... it can be hard to brighten up a Winter wardrobe. White? Not quite a bright colour, but today's highlight to my all black look.
One of my favourite shops at the moment is Stradivarius, they offer great basics and printed pieces. This tailored white blazer/jacket, pair of geometric print trousers and basic black roll-neck top all from Stradivarius created today's look.
Added Accessories? Shoes, bags and jewellery are always important to me and unfortunately where I have expensive taste! I always think with clothes you can mix and match but accessories you have to spend a little more.
A leather pair of monk strap Massimo Dutti shoes with studded detail, a leather crocodile skin Modalu crossbag and a dainty gold layered Zara necklace were my treats for today's outfit!
Treat yourself!! x
Stradivarius (similar here
One of my new years resolutions ......to continue to visit new places!
With some time off over the festive period (and having eaten a little too much!)...... I visited The Friars in Aylesford. A frosty morning, bluebird sky, I took in the fresh air and the beautiful grounds. An ancient religious house of the Order of the Carmelites dating back to the 13th century, it was peaceful, relaxing and tranquil.
As the frost lay over the grounds, I was sure to wrap up warm! Nothing better than a roll neck jumper (to keep your neck warm) and some simply skinny jeans. Plus my new navy knit cape which was a present for Christmas. Double knitwear!!
After the frost....hopefully comes the snow?!! I hope! Stay warm everyone!
Cape: Massimo Dutti
Roll Neck: Gap
* Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year *
A selection of my festive photo's!
Thank you to everyone for your support and help in my first year of blogging!
Coat: Jack Wills