Workwear that actually looks chic

Monday morning panic attack… I’ve got nothing to wear! Lately I’ve been really struggling with my workwear, so I decided to invest in a few key pieces that will help me make the most of my wardrobe. Embrace the culottes this season. Whether they’re denim or linen, this silhouette is a knockout – it’s slimming and leg lengthening and will…
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Luxe list

The paisley print, a Summer favourite

The paisley print, hit of the seventies, is now an essential to have in your wardrobe for Summer. For those of you tired of the flower power, this could be a chic and easy to wear alternative. Invest in wearable pieces, with relaxed shapes that can be styled with your favourite basics and worn with ease each season. This off-the-shoulder high-street gem,…
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Home sweet home

My take on Jigsaw AW16 pre-collection

Styling Jigsaw AW16 pre-collection inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe I believe it’s safe to say that a lot has changed since I first started blogging, but throughout this amazing journey, one thing has remained consistent: my style. I’ve always had a very specific style – classic, feminine and timeless. As years passed by I realized that personal style is something that…
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Beauty essentials

Pink lace

Breeze through Summer in style with Little Mistress – the go-to label for a grown-up contemporary look, minus the price tag. And not too worry – you’re saving without loosing style points, as this collection is nailing all of the key trends for this season. The latest drop includes vibrant prints, bold hues, delicate lace and embroidery details. There’s also the…
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Little White Dress

No dress has proven more stylish and versatile during the warmer days than the mighty little white dress. After locking eyes on this beautiful dress from Boden, I’ve got a new found appreciation for basic dresses. This easy, breezy summer dress has ‘buy me now’ written all over it. There’s no denying that a well cut little white dress is the…
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