Really enjoying my new favourite jersey top, courtesy of Dresslily—I got sent this item a few weeks back and have since enjoyed wearing it and finding out a bit more about the online store. Definitely check them out, they have a great range of everything from party dresses to casual tops and accessories! For me, this top is perfect for those days when you want some simple, casual and easy to wear and goes perfectly with a comfy pair of jeans and trainers.
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Thanks to a talented photographer, I had the chance of becoming '60s icon Francoise Hardy, if only for a few hours! Apparently, I bear a striking resemblance to Francoise, which can only be a good thing in my books, as she was considered such a big influence on music and pop culture back in the day. Looking at old pictures of her, I also absolutely love her timeless and elegant sense of style and her (sometimes quite moody!) photo sessions. Thanks to the amazing Dik Ng for making this shoot happen—you can check out more of his work on his website here, on his Flickr here and on his Facebook page here.
Finally, the first post of 2014 is here! Hope you all had a fab Christmas and New Year and are ready for new (fashion) adventures this year. I'm wearing one of my current favourite winter coats with leather look sleeves from Primark—perfect for the mild-ish weather we're having right now. The knee-high leather boots are a purchase from Bulgaria and I can definitely see them taking me right through to Spring. The furry-looking vest is great to throw on with pretty much anything for that extra bit of snugness. Hopefully more regular posts to follow from now on!
A few photos from my recent shoot with a wonderful new clothing company called Wayward Maiden. If you're into silky slips and gorgeous girly dresses full of colour, you'll love this brand! I personally fell in love with the slips (which can be worn on their own or under a dress) and we had a lot of fun on set (before the stormy weather!). Check out the website, which launches soon, here.
Photographer: Claire Hambrook Moore