Winter Wardrobe Essentials

One first world issue that we all struggle with is not wanting a jacket to ruin our fire outfit. So, when we all (reluctantly) arrive back in the UK after a summer of travelling to beautiful destinations where we don’t even have to think about layering up – the thought of putting together a solid winter wardrobe that will actually tackle the winter mornings in … Continue reading Winter Wardrobe Essentials

Street Style directly to your Closet

Fashion influencers and models are constantly being photographed with cool and hip outfits that all of us, behind the screens, are dying to be able to wear and, somehow, pull off. They can rock original and extravagant pieces of clothing looking effortless. In this article, I am proving that to be fashionable you do not need to go to the most expensive brands or the … Continue reading Street Style directly to your Closet

Let’s Tackle: Smart Casual

The term ‘summer’ comes hand in hand with the just as exciting term of ‘parties’. Can we even say we’ve had a proper summer without a few cocktail evenings or barbecues in the back yard? There is an obvious shift in people’s attitudes when summer approaches, not only due to the increase in temperature (thank you England – you’ve treated us well this year) but … Continue reading Let’s Tackle: Smart Casual

Met Gala 2018

The Met Gala is one of the biggest events on New York’s social calendar, attracting the biggest names in the fashion industry along with stars from all around the world. The Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art organises this fundraising event to raise money as well as celebrate the opening of its latest exhibition. The exclusive guest list joins the most acclaimed … Continue reading Met Gala 2018

Working at the Fashion & Textiles Museum: The Typology of the T shirt

Working at the Fashion & Textiles Museum: The Typology of the T shirt Being privy to such a unique and appealing exhibition has been an eye opening experience to the power, timelessness and social relevance pf fashion as a concept; every pin, needle, thread, garment and fabric is almost miraculously transformed from a literally unwritten slate to a product with very little remnant of its … Continue reading Working at the Fashion & Textiles Museum: The Typology of the T shirt

Friends inspired outfits

I have lately been binge-watching Friends on Netflix, and during my second time around re-watching this timeless sitcom, I have noticed Rachel and Monica’s wardrobes and am obsessed. Their outfits were not only incredibly stylish back then, they are making a comeback in today’s fashion. The high-waisted pants, mom jeans, oversized sweatshirts, dungarees and even oval glasses: staples of 90’s fashion which are increasing in … Continue reading Friends inspired outfits

March Looks for Less

With the awkward transition from winter to spring, outfit inspiration does not come easily. Street style looks from our favourite stars or fashion icons are foolproof in doing the job, yet carry a far less desirable price tag. So I give you the top 3 ‘looks for less’, suited to a variety of styles and occasions, allowing you to steal her style. Look 1: Despite … Continue reading March Looks for Less

This year’s Oscar Favourites

Oscar season might simply be my favourite time of the year. Yes, maybe even more than Christmas and summer. The fact that this time of the year happens to be filled with Juggling essay deadlines, and early wake-up calls might discourage many people from staying up late at night watching the emblematic Oscar award show, but I wouldn’t miss it for anything. I am a … Continue reading This year’s Oscar Favourites