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  • Fashion
  • 3.5.2017

Spring Style On Fire

Spring is here, the days are getting gradually warmer and lighter, but my style of course remains as dark as my heart. My main problem with finding the perfect pair of denim shorts (and bottoms in general) is that I have a small waist which cannot make up its mind if it’s an 8 or […]

  • Fashion and Beauty
  • 6.4.2017

City Break Style

With the popularity of budget airlines every expanding, a city break now seems as easy as hopping on a bus. Though I am a massive fan of low cost airlines (as they allow me to travel much more frequently) they do come at a price: mainly the sacrifice of customer service, seat selection and a strict […]

  • Fashion
  • 9.3.2017

Alternative Beach Style Venice California

When I picture LA style, Katy Perry’s California Girls comes to mind: tanned skin, toned, beach waves, and casual clothes all pulled together in an effortless way. Sure, there are plenty of stereotypical Cali girls down at Venice Beach but one of the reasons I love this area so much is that it is a hard […]

  • Fashion and Beauty
  • 27.2.2017

Wearing Your Flaws With Pride

Whilst editing my recent haul and try on video I was horrified to see that when I walked away from camera wearing my new Milk It dress from The Ragged Priest I could see back rolls as my hips swayed from side to side. Queue Alyssa Edwards style reaction! Though all of these feelings were […]

  • Fashion and Beauty
  • 24.2.2017

Alternative Fashion Bloggers You Need To Know About – Favourites #1

Favourites is a new series where I am going to share 5 things that I love. These posts will include: London, travel, fashion and beauty, but since there are so many bloggers who inspire me daily I thought I would start by sharing some of my current favourites. I read a huge variety of blogs but personal style […]

  • Fashion and Beauty
  • 3.2.2017

Finding Your Travel Packing Style

If you are a regular reader you might have noticed that I love to travel, but the one downside to globe trotting is: packing. It requires organisation and discipline, which are skills that are not natural to me. After making many many packing mistakes (including trying to backpack around the world  alone with a 32kg suitcase) […]