This is a look that makes an impression, so I knew I had to find the perfect backdrop to make the colours stand out. I love how the stripe detail on the jumper matches the mustard colour of the trousers perfectly, these trousers are exclusive to the Petite section at Topshop.
Most of these skincare purchases were based on what I’ve seen on Instagram or beauty guru videos I’ve watched on YouTube, and when I visited New York a lot of these products weren’t yet available in the UK but most of them are now – hooray! These products give me top shelf envy, they are the items I see time and time again in bathroom cabinets full of lotions & potions, masks, serums, and so much more. As a self-declared beauty-obsessive, heres what I think of the products I purchased in my American skincare haul…Read More
One of my fashion new years resolutions this year was to wear more colour and prints, and to not leave the house wearing my black joggers 90% of the time. When I spotted this dress go into the sale on the Topshop app, I knew I had to have it as to me this was a timeless yet directional piece that got me out of my comfort zone.
Once again, fashion month is finally over and we can all get back to our normal day-to-day lives. My favourite time of year for fashion and getting dressed is always Autumn/Winter, which is why I look forward to the February/March shows most of all – and this season did not disappoint. Designers were dreaming big and breaking all of the rules, and fuelling our insatiable appetite for the inaccessible. I’ve narrowed it down in this post to what I think will be AW19’s biggest trends, and the trends we’ll all soon be wearing.
Wearing a boiler suit couldn’t be easier; throw on some shoes/jewellery, grab a handbag and you’re ready to go. Denim is the fabric we feel most comfortable in, and this denim boiler suit from Topshop comes in the perfect ‘true blue’ shade of denim. The belt around the waist of this piece makes the shape really flattering and nails the utility trend.Read More
The Strand is part of a dying breed of bookstores in NYC, but thankfully this Greenwich Village institution still exists – book lovers rejoice! The Strand Bookstore at 828 Broadway has been stacked high with books old and new since opening its doors in 1927, and is a literary paradise thats caters to every sort of book worm imaginable with no exceptions. With “18 miles of books and counting” its hard not to find something to satisfy your tastebuds.