Well for this spring, it’s all about pushing your shirt details to the edge. Think more is more in this case. I’ve dressed my denim skirt nice and high, and this forces you to block the outfit into two halves.
Well hello there my lovely friends! Today I’m going to be giving you some hot tips on how to style your beloved animal print item (like a boss, of course). This trend has dominated during the last six months and there are no signs of it slowing down. So here are some of my tips on how to look mega in animal print!
For my northern hemisphere readers, you’re not going to be walking down the street in heels right now unless your feet are covered in a natural coat of sheep’s wood. If they’re not (first, phew – relief), then you’re going to need some ideas for boots.
I love blazers, but they can often be a little two-dimensional – the strength of a good blazer is for it to frame your torso well and therefore they’re often cut with sharp lines and edges. This is great, but then as we begin to move into Autumn or Spring, it’ll be nice to have something a little more relaxed and casual that will suit the flowers and the falling leaves. For this reason, I’m focusing on tweed today.
Paris is always a good idea, so said Audrey Hepburn. I couldn’t agree more! Paris is only two and a half hours from London via the Eurostar – you can set off, watch the first Sex and The City film and then viola! You’re there!
My job is to paint a beautiful picture and a fantasy world for my readers; a lifestyle that is pretty to look at, inspiring and hopefully fun to follow. It was my second year in London and I’ve made some amazing close friends that I hang out with on a regular basis, and I managed to do that by networking and putting my self there as much as possible – basically saying ‘YES!’ to everything.