Social Creature – Book Review

Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton is the slick thriller read of my summer. It’s a tale as old as time, rags to riches story set in Manhattan with two female characters at… Continue reading

The Florist Watford

It’s always exciting when a new venue opens up in your local area; even more so when it is something you would expect to find in a city centre. The Florist is a… Continue reading

Urban Decay: Naked Reloaded

It’s no secret that I have been obsessed with Urban Decay eyeshadow palettes for years; my current count is six. I cannot get enough of these shades and the incredible professional quality to… Continue reading

Good Me, Bad Me – Book Review

Crime is a favourite book genre of mine and I was compelled to read ‘Good Me, Bad Me,’ by Ali Land when I saw that it had been referred to as the ‘Gone Girl… Continue reading

What Is Pop Art?

Pop is probably one of the most well-known art movements in history; so well-known and widespread in fact that it permeates the arts to this day. The key players were Andy Warhol, Roy… Continue reading

Style Diary: The Thigh’s The Limit

One of my favourite trends of the moment is over the knee boots. They can be dressed up or down, are incredibly chic and have the added bonus of making your legs look… Continue reading

Max Factor Glossfinity: Marshmallow

Not only is pink is my favourite colour, but it is also my go-to colour for nail polish. I have every shade of pink polish imaginable from pastel to vibrant and everything in… Continue reading

Audrey Hepburn In Photographs

One of the most famous film stars in history, Audrey Hepburn has reigned supreme as one of the most iconic actresses and style icons of all time. Her roles in classic films such… Continue reading

The Jan Van Eyck Mystery

Nestled in the Sainsbury Wing of London’s National Gallery is one of the most famous Renaissance paintings: Jan van Eyck’s the ‘Arnolfini Portrait’. It is an undisputed masterpiece of Northern Renaissance art. It… Continue reading

Style Diary: The Roaring Twenties

The 1920s is my absolute favourite style era. The height of glamour, sophistication and the first decade that was truly about the young generation. For me, this was when true style exploded around… Continue reading