The embroidery trend has been around for a while, although it is definitely one of my favourites. I must of purchased this shirt around 1-2 months ago and unfortunately it is no longer available on the Newlook website. When I purchased this shirt it was £17.99 however they had 20% student discount available at the time so I thought it was a bit of a bargain. I have paired this embroidered shirt with a pair of black ripped jeans and my new espadrilles.   I love the embroidery on this shirt as it is really simple and follows the floral trend that is very popular as well at the moment. I also love the shape of the shirt as I feel I haven’t seen many shirts this shape on the high-street as it has a very boxy style to it. Here are some links to some other embroidered shirts that I am loving… View Post

    Shirt – Cheap Monday – £50 Bralet – Zara – £5.99 (sale) Trousers – Newlook – £19.99 Trainers – Reebok – £59.95   More photos from my Androgyny themed shoot with Hannah Whitehouse Photography. Feel free to go and follow her account on Instagram and Facebook – @hanwphotography.

What is Modern Androgyny? Androgyny is the combination of masculine and feminine characteristics, found in fashion, gender identity, sexual identity, or sexual lifestyle. For this photography shoot we captured a typically male posture with gender-fluid clothing such as smart trousers, trainers and a more feminine top. This shoot has our own twist to the meaning of the word ‘Androgyny’ which is why the word modern has been placed in front as it is a more current up to date fashion trend which has been brought in, mixing male and female fashion together. This outfit is one of my favourites to wear at the moment as it is so easy to wear yet super stylish. The bralet, I recently purchased in the Zara sale which was a bargain item that’s now taken pride place in my wardrobe. Link below if you are interested! The trousers I have had in my wardrobe… View Post

Where I am currently studying my A-levels we have a prom every year to celebrate our achievements and to say goodbye to the year above who have just finished their exams. For Prom this year I wore the Satin Fit and Flare Dress in Coral from Oasis, which is not my usual place that I would normally buy my clothes or occasion wear but they have some really nice statement pieces on their website at the moment if you are interested. This dress was originally £60 but is now reduced to £25 in the sale! After last years prom of wearing a tight fitted maxi dress, I decided I wanted to go for something completely different. What caught my eye the most about this dress is that it has pockets which is not something I’ve seen in a occasion dress before, meaning I was really excited to have this unique… View Post

  Festival season is well underway with Glastonbury this weekend just gone so I thought I would put together a ‘Get The Look’ post with all of my go to festival fashion! Festival fashion is great because you can pretty much wear whatever you want and no one judges you as everyone is there to have a good time, so this means you can go as wacky or as sparkly as you like.   SEQUINS – This is a massive festival trend right now and one I hope never dies out! Sequins are everywhere and it is not hard to find statement pieces that you instantly fall in love with. This Liberty Green Sequin Disc Halterneck Crop Top is from Pretty Little Thing (on the right) and is priced at £18 which is really affordable for a statement festival piece. I personally love this top as it can be worn… View Post