Layering with Links of London

Layering with Links of London

I love to dress-up in feminine dresses, colours and prints but there are those days where I go boyish in leather trousers and a shirt of my husband’s. For me, there is no reason why those low-key outfits shouldn’t be embellished with stacks of jewellery; every day needs a bit of finery. Some outfits need […]

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Cosy, Soft, Tonal Dressing

Cosy, Soft, Tonal Dressing

I’m always a believer in less is more (except when I’m feeling more is more;) an idea I apply to many things from pizza toppings (margarita – every single time) to keeping it simple with the colours I wear. Saying this I do love to clash prints, colours and textures but as a rule I […]

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London Fashion Week Style

London Fashion Week Style

Learning to dress my changing figure and growing bump is a hurdle in itself, let alone when I’m out and about attending London fashion week shows. One thing I didn’t realise is that all of my go-to pieces from printed silk trousers to pleated skirts were now totally off-limits, packed away in storage for 2019 […]

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Ribbons, Bows, Pearls and Velvet

Ribbons, Bows, Pearls and Velvet

Little glitter stars, butterflies, beaded-slides and bowed ribbons were a big thing for me back in – God – it must have been the late nineties! Wearing them all together in my hair, in and around my messy bun was my ‘thing.’ Then hairclips went from niche to naff, I grew up and they just […]

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Scandi Styling for Ikea’s Democratic Design Days

Scandi Styling for Ikea’s Democratic Design Days

Last week I went to Sweden to host Ikea’s Democratic Design Days event (you can see what I was up to here.) For said event I wanted to look smart and tailored without losing the fun side of fashion that I love; for me it’s all in the details. I love updated basics, you know […]

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What I Wore, When in Rome

What I Wore, When in Rome

It was my second time to Rome last weekend after visiting the Eternal City a couple of years ago for just 24 hours before a wedding; it was July, swelteringly hot and humid, meaning I didn’t enjoy dressing as much as I usually do. This time however, again visiting Rome for wedding (I know, my […]

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The Power of Dressing with Sheer Luxe’s Georgie Coleridge Cole – plus video!

The Power of Dressing with Sheer Luxe’s Georgie Coleridge Cole – plus video!

Since launching Sheer Luxe as something of an online fashion and lifestyle directory back in 2007, Georgie Coleridge Cole has built what is now a hugely successful online magazine and shopping platform. With Georgie at the helm and a team of ultra-smart and stylish women researching, writing, photographing and filming, it has become so much […]

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How to Style White Jeans for Spring

How to Style White Jeans for Spring

Nothing says spring like a pure white pair of jeans, especially spring 2018. In the past they have got a bad rep and been associated with women including J-Lo circa 2001’s Love Don’t Cost a Thing, polymath presenter Clare Blading and Liz Hurley: too r ‘n’ b, too Sloane and St Tropez. I love fresh […]

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Five of my Favourite | Trench Coats

Five of my Favourite | Trench Coats

It’s hard not to get too excited about the season changing; the clocks go forward and you feel owed longer days and better weather; wishful thinking! There are some items hanging in my wardrobe that aren’t just wardrobe staples, they’re my armour and at this time of year that shifts from a winter parka to […]

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Spring Style in River Island’s Style Studio

Spring Style in River Island’s Style Studio

This week I’ve been prepping for a shoot that I’m both styling for and modelling in which I love because I know exactly how the model will look and feel in the outfits! It’s a dreamy time of year to have a project like this because it means that I have to trawl the shops […]

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