Style Diary: Winter Maxi Dress

One of my favourite purchases this past season has been a gorgeous knit maxi dress from Girl In Mind - I may have a slight addiction to this online boutique. I bought the Kim Split Maxi Knit Dress in mocha and immediately fell in love with the simplicity of it. With a high neck, long … Continue reading Style Diary: Winter Maxi Dress

How To Style A Jumpsuit

Jumpsuits are one of my favourite wardrobe staples. They're super comfortable, have so much freedom to move in and it's a ready-made outfit; what's not to love? I will be doing a post on some of the jumpsuits in my wardrobe, but in this post, I will demonstrate how to get multiple looks from one … Continue reading How To Style A Jumpsuit

Style Diary: Jeans And A Nice Top

It's never a proper girls night out if someone in your group doesn't say that they'll be wearing "jeans and a nice top." To me it's the ultimate casual glam combo and it never ceases to be a favourite go-to of mine. My current favourite online boutique at the moment seems to be End Boutique … Continue reading Style Diary: Jeans And A Nice Top

Style Diary: Versace Style Outfit

So I absolutely love styling and finding new pieces for my wardrobe. Recently, I found a black dress that would be perfect for making a designer inspired outfit. With gold buttons on the edges and made from a black ribbed knitted fabric, this dress just screamed Versace to me. I saw the dress on End … Continue reading Style Diary: Versace Style Outfit

Mary Quant Exhibition

One of the perks of not working on Mondays is that it frees time to go to places when there are fewer crowds. On my latest spare Monday afternoon, I managed to see the Mary Quant exhibition in its final weeks at the V&A. In a first ever retrospective of the British designer, the exhibition … Continue reading Mary Quant Exhibition

The Art Of Fashion

Designed to be looked at, experiencing different movements and trends, the worlds of art and fashion have forever been entwined. Just as artists have called upon classical stories and myths for subject matters in their paintings, many fashion designers have turned to artists for inspiration and have been influenced by contemporary art movements. The most … Continue reading The Art Of Fashion

Dior Designer Of Dreams

Selling out within weeks of opening and with extended dates added due to unprecedented demand, it’s safe to say that Dior Designer of Dreams at the V&A is the must-see exhibition of 2019. Booking my ticket in February, just eighteen days after opening, the earliest ticket I could secure was 9thJuly. Walking through the history … Continue reading Dior Designer Of Dreams

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 long and lean. What’s not to love? Here are three different ways to wear your favourite pair of over-the-knee boots. Outfit 1: … Continue reading Style Diary: The Thigh’s The Limit

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 the world and I was truly excited when a Roaring Twenties themed event came my way. With the popularity of active dances … Continue reading Style Diary: The Roaring Twenties

Azzedine Alaia The Couturier Exhibition

“You don’t understand, this is an Alaïa …it’s like a totally important designer.” – Cher Horowitz, Clueless. Fashion design meets structure and architecture at the Design Museum’s incredible exhibition, the first to be shown in the UK, dedicated to the creations of the visionary that was Azzedine Alaïa and which I was lucky enough to … Continue reading Azzedine Alaia The Couturier Exhibition