We’ve been experiencing some serious heat in London so it’s time to dress accordingly! I made these recent dress purchases because it shouldn’t just be the weather that’s hot around here and in my opinion one can never have enough little black dresses (LBD’s).MORE +
Want a Kiini but not at that price? No problem!
When you reminiscence to the Olsen twins grunge/boho era and try to recreate it by wearing a dress that conveniently is from that period i.e over 10 years ago?!
Cheyne walk pearl earrings by AURELIE BIDERMANN
In the past week, 3 people have inquired over my earrings and I do believe 3 is the magic number! MORE +
I’m a sucker for a chunky knit, smart trousers and my trusty leather jacket. This outfit is very much like my other post in terms of an androgynous and unisex style.
I am a firm believer in wardrobe staples and investing in those essentials because when you look at it in terms of cost per wear it’s worth it or at least that’s how I justify it!
Never underestimate the power of different textures in an outfit to keep it from being boring!
Trench coat by COS, jumper by ISABEL MARANT ETOILE, jeans by ACNE and shoes by CHURCH’S
This is another example of my love of menswear and how their style is not just for them, previously mentioned here and here. Don’t get me wrong, as the months get warmer my style definitely becomes more ‘feminine’ but when Church’s shoes allow me to walk in Hyde Park on a gorgeous spring day, I’m gender free.
P.S apologies for water bottle in hand but the moment was captured most spontaneously and wonderfully by my good friend Sophie over at The Intuition School.
We all have days whether you’re sartorially inclined or not where we give zero f**ks. We don’t want to think about what to wear, we just want to throw it on and go.