Styling gingham – day to night.

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Hey everyone and welcome back to my blog! This week I have a fun post on how I like to style the new gingham trend, I recently bought these trousers in Zara (and haven’t taken them off since). Gingham print is literally everywhere at the moment and it’s almost impossible to try to avoid this trend, continue reading if you want to see how I manage to transition them from casual to smart without looking like a picnic basket.

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Visual diaries: Fashion // Deconstruction.

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If you read my last Visual Diaries post on Minimalistic Interior (or if you haven’t, click here) you’ll know that it’s a new section on my blog that I have decided to try out.Β While studying Fashion Design at university I tried to live by the quote I once read byΒ Giorgio Armani – “To create something exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail“.
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How to make a shirt less masculine.

In this blog post I’m going to show you my favourite ways I like to style a simple crisp white shirt. I really love the idea of gender free shopping and while shirts are normally quite a manly piece there are ways in which you can style things to suit your personal style and taste. In my eyes a white shirt should be a staple piece in everybody’s wardrobe, this one item of clothing can bring you many, many outfits. It’s considered a very masculine piece that should only (if ever) be worn by a woman in an office environment, but pair it with some skinny jeans and stilettosΒ and it instantly becomes more sexy. As much as I love androgynous style I like to balance it with a slice of femininity too. I’m going to show you a couple of ways to wear and style a shirt to make it less masculine. If you’re intrigued, keep orrrn reading…

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Best Street Style Looks from Fashion Week S/S 17.

untitled2Fashion week is here again and whilst we’re mid way through Milan and still have Paris to go (saved the best ’til last), I thought I’d gather some street style inspo from London, New York and a few from Milan. Although I love seeing the amazing collections all the designers put together, the part I love most about Fashion Week is the street style that pours in with it as this is where I get most of my fashion inspiration from. Like food, landmarks, music and language, fashion is a way of distinguishing one city from another. Each fashion capital has its own style, New Yorkers are best at incorporating vintage clothing into their wardrobe but keeping their style commercial and wearable while London is definitely more experimental and quirky, Milan always come through with their sleek, smart and polished looks and the Parisians are known for their chic and elegant style.  Continue reading “Best Street Style Looks from Fashion Week S/S 17.”