Inspire #1 - Believe...

My friend sent me the quote the other day... love it so thought I'd turn it into something nice.



AX Paris


Hello Weekend!!

AX Paris are doing 20% off this weekend only. Excited much yeeeeeeeep! Here are my top 5s...

Dolka dot dress £28 - (£22.40 with discount!)

Swallow print top £12 - (£9.60  with discount!)

Soft belted playsuit £28 - (£22.40 with discount!

Aztec Skirt £22 (£17.60 with discount!)


Viva la Vidal Sassoon...

This post is a little tribute to Vidal Sassoon who died yesterday at the age of 84 after losing his battle with Leukemia :(

Here's a link to the BBC showing 5 ways he changed the world of hair.

Here's 2 things that he's done for sure...

1) He gave me my favourite shampoo like EVER (which I can't get in the UK and only get shipments from my mam from Hong Kong)! It's the thing that keeps my hair in check and all shiny

2) He gave me my bob.

I am definitely forever grateful :)



Guest Blog #1

My 1st guest post is by Shannon from the lovely The Creation of Beauty blog.  She's written a beautiful post which encapsulates a lot of what people have and will continue to experience.  I love reading her posts and she's definitely worth following!

* Source: Pinterest

What is it about fashion that sets our hearts racing?

Fashion is thrilling. Whether window-shopping or drooling over runway stills and lookbooks, fashion is an experience. Certain designs resonate within us - we imagine them as part of our lives.

My own foree into the world of fashion was unexpected. Throughout my teen years, I dressed in enormous band t-shirts and baggy jeans. Fashion was simply something I did not apply to my own existence.

Somewhere along the line, however, everything changed. I don't remember the exact moment, or know why it happened, but it did. My life was suddenly illuminated by fashion.

The changes to my wardrobe were slow at first, and then snowballed. Suddenly I started to feel more comfortable in my own skin – something I had always struggled with. I began to discover myself through fashion.

I fell in love with the confidence that came from clothing; with the ways it could showcase who I truly was. Fashion allowed me to display my personality in a way that my shy demeanour never could. It helped me to find my voice.

Whatever fashion means to you, embrace it. Find your voice, find your style, and never look back.

By Shannon


Rain rain go away....

So it's been raining for 2 weeks straight now in London - SUCKS big time!  And apparently, we're still in drought and it's going to last the whole of May?? There's only one word for this... madness.

We want to see the sun shining, brilliant blue skies and just warm weather! Having to still be donning scarves and wearing coats at this time of year is horrid... also everyone is sick at the moment including moi.  Hopefully we'll be able to see some sun sooon as I'm really looking forward to wearing summer stuff. 

And though it's raining and everything is super grey, I try to inject some colour into my outfits...  I know some people that wouldn't dare wear anything but blue/black jeans, what do you think of coloured jeans?

Blazer - Can't remember where / Navy top - H&M / Jeans - Uniqlo / Sunglasses - Rayban / Pumps - H&M