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For Victoria who was a bit bored of reading all the “floral” spring inspired blog posts. The seventies was when fashion became expressive. Think fringe pieces, tie and dye shirts and clogs. It was also the birth of the wedgies, one- piece swimsuits and jersey wrap dress. Hot pants, culottes, maxi evening gowns and even his/hers outfits were all the rage. I have put together a look that can be replicated using modern pieces with a nod to the 70’s. On the Fringe Click here to buy Click here to

It’s that time of the year; the sun is out very early sometimes as early as 6am. The thin curtains in my room mean I get a full beam of sun rays directly on my face.. Who needs an alarm when you’ve got sunshine? The birds are chirping, the air is crisp and life feels good. Yes it is spring, my favourite season as it’s not too hot, it’s not too cold, and it’s simply perfect. The time has come to transition from your thick winter coat to soft wonderful

I got introduced to designer Sabah Mauladad of Bibisab luxury neckwear  by my friend Victoria. With a well read education in fashion and decades of experience working with some of the leading names in luxury fashion, it’s no surprise that she has produced what I would describe as a refreshing unique addition to any wardrobe. When Victoria contacted me that Sabah was going to be attending London Fashion Week and needed a blogger to write about her collection, I was beyond delighted and simply couldn’t pass on the offer. Her collection

Dreaming in Blue

Dreams definitely can become reality. One lazy summer night I was having a glass of wine and hanging out with my friend Alex, for the first time, he opened up to me and told me his story. At 25 Alex was living in Romania having dropped out of university. One day he decided things had to change; he dedicated all his spare time to reading books and was self taught on code writing. Fast forward to 6years he is working with the leading global investment bank in the world as

24 days to the end of 2014…Depending on when you are reading this blog post, the number of days might have changed slightly. However what’s apparent is the fact 2014 is quickly drawing to a halt. For me it’s almost the end to a chapter of what’s been the highs and lows of a phenomenal year. Today couldn’t be a more a perfect time to reflect and recap on 2014. Here are a few random facts about my year: I found my first grey hair (slowly waking up to the

Since the end of Halloween, the Christmas adverts have come in hard and fast. Some of it had me cooing and awing whilst some just put me in a right strop. Everywhere I turn there is a mention of Christmas: Gift ideas, travel deals, supermarket deals etc. Christmas has changed over the years. It has become over-commercialised and over-marketed but the one thing that hasn’t changed is it being the time of the year when friends and family come together and celebrate. One of my fondest memories growing up was

Its autumn in the UK, the leaves are dropping and the air is a lot cooler. I am starting to get into hibernation mode, where I stay in, watch lots of movies and eat a lot of food. Winter isn’t my favourite time of the year as no matter how many layers I wear, I still feel the cold. Usually I would play with prints and colours in my outfits, but this time I decided to step “outofmybox” with an all black ensemble. 🙂 I have been caught in the

30 facts about me

So I was tagged to do the 30 random facts about me by my gorgeous friend Shenny Kings. Shenny is a fellow fashion enthusiast, blogger and an all round awesome person. I chuckled when I read her facts and literarily screamed “NO WAY” when I noticed she had tagged me to do this post. In some way, I was almost expecting it. It’s too easy to be just another blogger and become very impersonal but for the purposes of stepping out from behind the screen I decided to reveal some

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