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In my every day to day life, I love to break the mould. If I feel a sudden desire to skip as I am walking, I skip. If there’s fantastic music playing in a bar whilst everyone is sat down being proper and formal, I would get up and dance. This doesn’t mean I am not aware of social ethics and the fact there’s a time and a place for most things, however it does mean I am unafraid to live and to feel. It’s so easy it these days

Sometimes I realise that things don’t always go to plan. Initially I set out to put up a blog post at least once a week. But you quickly realise, life gets busy especially in the last leg of summer when everyone is making the most of the last ray of sunshine before the dreaded cold dark winter days makes an appearance. So on Sunday morning, I grabbed my wonderful friend Alex and we seized the opportunity of what was a beautiful summer morning headed down to Blackheath village and took

I believe that most pieces in a wardrobe should be able to serve different occasions. As most women often do, I am guilty of shopping too much. But more often than none, with a bit of creativity an outfit can be transformed from day to night with a few clever accessories. And if all else fails there’s no outfit a good 5inches of gorgeous high heels can’t transform I featured this week my “back to school” style which consisted of a faux leather metallic skater skirt, and a metallic vintage

The story of the hat; I see a blogger who I am in awe of wearing the hat, immediately I fall in love I know I want exactly the same hat. A few days later I visit my gorgeous friend Vivienne (she has featured on one of my previous post) she was showing me her rather impressive hat collection and she has same hat the blogger was wearing. I become more determined to own the hat because it’s simply gorgeous and incredibly understated. The only dilemma was the shop that