1. Printed Sweatshirt - Zara. 2. RAP Ankle Boots - Seaside. 3. Latte Zip Aviator Jacket - Mint Velvet. 4. Animal Print Dress - Zara. 5. Ruffled Dress - Zara. 6. Scarlett Trolley - Parfois. 7. Leopard Print Denim Skirt - Pull & Bear. 8. Large Faux Leather 2019 Planner - Stradivarius. 9. Checked Nautical Cap - Pull & Bear.
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Home to Kent life...
Houndstooth, plaid, tweed, tartan, prince of wales check, I love a smart checked pattern. A tailored blazer or skirt with minamilistic pieces provide perfect layers for Autumn/Winter.
Mixed textiles... a lace long sleeved top, frill houndstooth dress and patent shoes were my "back to school" inspiration. A little more sophisticated with an improvised Chanel hair bow, even the smallest of details can spice up your look!
Top: Marks & Spencer
Hair Bow: Chanel
Wishing for an endless summer? Trying to cling to your sunny staples?!! I definitely am!
Autumn is officially here......which sadly means wearing more clothes. Even on our last night in Portugal, it was chilly. But it did mean I could wear my new favourite dress from Zara #thatdress
Flowy, easy, flattering and bang on trend.... I cannot stop wanting to wear this dress! Button cuffs, buttoned back and feminine frilled hemline, I appreciate the small details on this dress.
Minimal accessories and an effortless bun... this look was all about the dress. Just remember subtlety is key....
Sliders: River Island
Leaves falling, temperatures cooling... it's time for Autumn layers!
One of my favourite warm pieces... the roll-neck under a pinafore dress and knee-high leather boots make Autumn season "easy-dressing".
Another layer? Check out the Peacoat range on offer at Jack Wills. I absolutely love the traditional, preppy British styles and patterns. Keeping with the "school-girl" chic look, I wore my Warmwell Peacoat in houndstooth. Classically tailored with a traditional statement lapel, double breast and fur collar.
Making the most of a sunny Sunday morning I was lucky enough to have these photo's taken whilst enjoying a country walk around Knole Park. Home to over 350 wild deer and with over 1000 acres to roam, it reminded me how beautiful the Kent countryside really is!
Photography by Ben Wright.