Ever wondered what it's like to live in Canary Wharf? There's something so fascinating about London's famous business district - suits and skyscrapers, but also modern art, museums, shopping and top-notch restaurants.
There's more than one way to make a casual outfit look chic. There's the usual suspects: fancy shoes, designer handbag, red lipstick, that'll take the 'blah' out of your look.
Truth be told, I'm constantly trying to educate myself on becoming a better consumer to address the significant problem of fashion waste. And I can only hope that some of you will join me and do their part for the environment.
Mother's Day is just around the corner, so it's time to start shopping and show your mum how much you admire her. While I'm a firm believer that we should do what we can to make our mums feel loved every day of the year, Sunday 26th of March is a very special day, devoted to saying thank you to them for everything they do for us! And what better excuse to spoil them rotten?
The events of the last few months have proved that, however open-minded and conscious we think we are, we're all guilty for the significant global environmental changes. This is undoubtedly a very controversial subject, but I believe that we should take time to hear different perspectives, so that we can tackle together the issues that impact all of us.
If, like me, navy takes a large proportion of your wardrobe this post will be right up your street. Timeless, versatile and oh-so-easy to wear regardless of the occasion and body shape, navy is my all-year-round favourite colour.
I've always loved London for its buzz and creativity, especially around fashion week, but this season I decided to take a step back and focus more on creating content.
Love it or loathe it, Valentine's Day is just around the corner. And while some of us (me included) cant't think of anything better than having an entire day to celebrate our greatest love, some others might not share the same enthusiasm. Whichever side you take, however, you'll still nee
While many people are understandably in love with Oxford Street and the variety of shops this has on offer, you may agree with me that shopping there can sometimes be daunting and nerve wrecking. If you're anything like me, you love a relaxed shopping experience, away from the hustle and bustle of Central London, where you can find truly unique gifts. St Martin's Courtyard is my version of a shopping paradise, nestled in the heart of West End, 2 minutes away from Covent Garden and Holborn.