Zebra Print Top: H&M £12.99 (old)
Wide Leg Trousers: Mum's
Shoes: H&M £24.99
*Paul's Boutique Bag: £75*

Happy Bank Holiday all!!

Hope your all enjoying your long weekend off and making the most of the lovely weather!!

If you've been following me on Instagram you will have already seen this amazing bag from Paul's Boutique. I'm seriously in love with it guys, it's so chic and classy and at the same time the size is perfect for traveling or long trips as it', quiet big with two front and back pockets it's good to keep things you need to access quickly, inside there's a middle compartment that has a zip so you can keep certain items safe as well as small pockets for phones or small accessories. The quality is top notch and the perfect touch is the red lining inside, it almost like a Louboutin bag the signature black and red look lol

Recently I've noticed a lot of culottes and wide leg trousers, specially within the Zara look-book, and I remembered my mum gave me some super old school wide leg trousers a few years back, now me being me chucked them at the back of my cupboard thinking I'll never wear these but I cannot describe the joy I felt when I got them back out again, they are so perfect and have saved me a few pounds from getting some from Zara!!



Look | SHIRT X 2

Plain White Shirt: Dad's (old)
Printed Shirt: H&M £10 (sale)
White Skinny Jeans: River Island £45
*Trainers: Puma Suede Collection £55*
Sunglasses: ASOS £12

Hi all!!

It's been a little while since my last post, and honestly I've been SO busy the past two weeks. Going up and down London has taken up so much time since I last blogged. There's a lot of things happening at the moment, but all good things which is good!! I will update you all of what exactly that is, but when things are a bit more set in stone :) Other than that, I hope you've all been well and enjoying the lovely spring weather we've been having recently, it feels so nice to see the sun more often, my days seem a lot more chirpier than dull with gloomy weather lol.

Having said that the sun's finally here, my wardrobes finally filled with lighter and airy clothes rather than those chunky knits :D I've been so attracted to whites recently, I seem to love everything white and crisp clean. Particularly something like today's outfit.

I decided to pair up two shirts for a more dimensional outfit rather than just an all plain flat white combo. I cannot tell you guys how much I've been loving this blue print shirt from H&M, I think I've worn it at every chance I can get, soon as it's washed Ive got it on again lol the print is perfect, something that reminds me of Zara prints and the material is so lightweight it's the most comfortable ever and the fact that the material is a wrinkle effect it looks super laid-back which is right up my street!!

Another thing I wanted to rave about are these AMAZING trainers from Puma. Seriously, they are perfect,... Simple... lol.  if your the type that's into the whole slip-on/sport luxe trend then these are just the trainers to give that look. But mainly the reason why I love them SO much is the comfort and fit, up til date they are the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. I don't know exactly what it is but it's almost like cushiony inside but at the same time the shape inside fits the shape of the bottom of your feet so it feels so soft to walk in. Having all the comfort they have the chunky white rim sole for the slip-om look and the suede looks really chic, who would have thought trainers could look this chic?!

Ok guys enough of the rambles, I'm so glad to be back in the swing of things and interacting with you all again, hope your all having a lovely week!! :)



Smart Joggers: Primark £12
Cat Eye Sunglasses: ASOS £12
Shoes: H&M £24.99

Happy Monday all!!

The lovely people at French Connection sent me over this AMAZING sweatshirt tshirt, I'm so in love with it, my wardrobes so full off dull colours, black white and greys and this is just the perfect amount of colour to introduce into my wardrobe for the sunnier days weve been having recently. I'm always worried about getting bold prints as I'm used to wearing solid colours but this is such a beaut print, with not so many colours jumping in your face it looks like just the perfect amount of pattern and colour. The quality is top notch, the fact that its a tshirt but the fabrics the same a sweatshirt so it keeps you warm enough for the transitioning weather. I love the fact that the zips actually do open at the bottom, those fake zips that some brands put just for the show really put me off, but these create a different hem if you wish to open one or both of them.

Ive been obsessing over sunnies at the moment guys!! I recently got these gorj cat eye sunnies from ASOS and it weren't long until they where sold out so I'm so glad I got my hands on them!! They look super chic and go with absolutely everything, I think they put any outfit together perfectly



Cropped Sweatshirt: eBay
Sheer Shirt: Dorothy Perkins (old)
Black Skinny Jeans: Primark £11
Statement Necklace: Primark £8
Longer Necklace: Mum's
Slip-ons: Topshop £20

Happy Friday and weekend all!!

If you've been following me on Instagram you will have already seen this gorgeous statement necklace. Ive been seeing these ethnic type statement necklaces creep up here and there recently and I have to say it's right up my street!! I love the whole style of them and being hindu my mum has loads of them from years back that where gifted to her when she got married, those are real silver though but still in the same style and I'm so glad I can make use of them in my outfits!! But if any of you want to grab this one I'd suggest you run to Primark theyre only £8!! Such a bargain!! The longer one in the pictures is actually one of mum's, I decided to layer them both up as I think they super cool layered on top of each other.

I decided to layer up today with different textures, I love the look of sheer fabric with something a lot more thick like this sweatshirt, gives the perfect contrast. And not to forget my ever so loved Topshop slip-ons which I think a lot of you might be fed up of seeing now haha!

These past few days have been so manic guys!! It just so happens to be my birthday on Tuesday so trying to get things organzied has been a little mental. Not going to be doing much just have a family get together but for some reason things have just got so on top of me it feels like there arent enough hours in the day to get things done, but I've finally got round to getting everything done today so I'm looking forward to having a relaxed weekend before I turn old haha!! 

Anyhoww guys, I hope you all have a lovely weekend too!! :)



White Minimal Pleather Tshirt: eBay £19.99
Pleather Trousers: H&M £24.99
Slip-ons: Topshop £20

Hey guys!!

Thought I'd share one of my own pieces today, I'm loving minimal clothing at the moment and I'm adding similar pieces to some of the clothing I'm making, one of them is this pleather tee. It's an over-sized tee with half length sleeves, I think the longer length sleeves on tshirts at the moment looks extremely chic and sophisticated, a much more slicker look than a standard casual tshirt. The pleather's slightly stiff to give it the perfect structure but soft at the same time, I've been seeing so many structured pieces at the moment especially made out of neoprene with really simple seams and details.

I went a bit pleather crazy and paired it with my pleather trousers from H&M, a typical monochrome look, but I added my still shoes obsession Topshop slip-ons for the extra detail, they are the perfect comfy shoe!!


Look | Camel Coats

Coat: Primark £28
Jumper: Superdry £25 (old)
Jeans: River Island £45 (old)
Slip-ons: Topshop £20

Happy Monday all!! Hope you all had a good start to the week!!

Lately I've been seeing camel coats everywhere, the colour is bang on trend mainly in the oversized/longline coats. I grabbed this one a few weeks back from Primark, I thought it was such a bargain at £28 I would have been silly not to get it. I loved the contrast pleather sleeves in a raglan cut and the ribbed cuffs on the sleeves to give it the right detail, but mainly the collar was what did it for me, I love the no collar look, it looks so simple and minimal, so for me this coat had everything in one!!



*Neoprene Dress: Warehouse £38*
Fluffy Crop Top: Primark £10
Chunky Chelsea Boots: New Look £24.99

Hi all!!

Ok, so a bit of a all black everything kinda outfit today, Warehouse sent me over this amazing dress and I'm completely in love guys!! It's made from neoprene so fits perfect with the whole neoprene sports luxe trend at the moment, but most of all it's minimal detail is what makes it so chic. The neck line is just on point, with two simple darts and a slightly raised collar to give a really chic look. Being the perfect little black dress it's so comfy too, the neoprene is extremely soft and flattering and it's got a chunky zip at the back for an extra sporty look. Dressed up or down it's just right for any occasion I think, I decided to add my fluffy crop underneath to add some texture and give a little more casual chic look.

I decided to do something a little different with my hair, going for the minimal messy hair-do that I've being seeing all over Instagram lately, I thought it would pair up just right with the dress, and I have to admit I do like it!! I might switch up to this style a little more now, what you guys think??

Omg so I've been on the hunt for the perfect chelsea boots and was looking into getting the Vagabond Libby's but wasn't sure about forking out so much money on shoes, but thank the lord I found these beauties at New Look!! They've got the whole cleated sole and chunkyness and everythingg you could ask for and for only £25!! Glad I didn't go for the Vagabonds :P