Tuesday 10 September 2019


Hello my lovelies Autumn is here and it is making no apologies for its presence. Two weeks ago it was a whopping thirty three degrees and now...well its more like thirteen degrees and I've had to switch on my central heating for the first time since May. Luckily for us London fashion week is round the corner and all of the trends to keep us warm from that Autumn Winter 19 chill have landed in the stores, and I have you covered for what must haves you need in your wardrobe this season.

1. 50 Shades Of Beige & Brown

These neutral tones have been all over the catwalk from 'Burberry', Max Mara and Fendi. Ladies if your'e not very confident with wearing bold colours, then wearing neutral tones in different textures is a step in the right direction, try a tapered trouser with a patent brown pump and a check blazer to smarten the whole thing up for a business meeting or make it casual with these gorgeous brown leather loafers.

2. Flower Power

The invasion of the flowers is here, we've seen florals done in a multitude of ways for many seasons, but now head to toe florals is the way too go according to brands like 'Erdem' and 'Richard Quinn'. A statement dress like this can be worn in the evening with a simple clutch bag and paired with this butterfly flat shoe.

3. Colour Blocking & Grandad Jumpers

I love a trench coat, they're light, they look sophisticated and tying the belt in the middle with the over sized lapels and deep pockets makes me feel very grown up. This season the colour yellow and colour blocking was in abundance from various brands. Pair this yellow coat for a casual weekend with a tapered trouser, a small bag which only allows you to carry the essentials, and pull it all together with a contrasting satin shirt and a sleek trainer for that stylish sports luxe look which is also very practical.

If you'd rather go for a warmer option then you can switch the satin shirt for an argyle knit  or your grandads jumper, you'll be cosy, on trend and stylish all at the same time.

Ladies remember you don't have to spend a fortune to be stylish, if you want to get these looks for less, try brands like 'Mark & Spencer', 'Asos' 'Zara' and 'Wallis' they are absolutely nailing the trends this season so treat yourself to something nice. Enjoy your week ladies! Xx


Sunday 8 September 2019

Love Box Festival 2019


Top: Pretty Little Thing
Shorts - Urban Outfitters
Shoes, Belt & Bumbag - Primark
Sunglasses - Topshop

A few months ago was the 'LoveBox' festival and I was so excited I'd never been to a festival before and my friend Sherelle called me and asked if I wanted to go this year and see Solange and I was like ummmm yes! I love Solange, to me she is an style icon, I love her aura her music and her activist work that she does with communities speaking on issues that affect people of colour, so to go and see her was a no brainer.

Luckily the weather was quite nice and I opted to wear this cold shoulder deep v striped blue top by pretty little thing; of course I had to wear some little ripped denim shorts which are a festival staple and accessorise with a three tiered silver necklace, some silver rings and some retro looking sunglasses.

I had such a good time it was literally like going to a concert and fun fair during the day, and my hot girl summer body diet went straight out the window when I had fish & chips, slushes and sugar coated doughnuts - totally worth it. Some of the best performances were by 'Loyale Carner' and 'JHUS', by my favourite performance by far was by Solange, performing her songs such as: 'Binz', 'Losing You', 'FUBU' and of course the favourite 'Don't Touch My Hair', what she did was nothing short of pure art. Solange gave us black girl magic, melanin realness, artistry and entertained all at the same time.

I loved the routines her and backing vocalists did, I loved what she was wearing, everything from start to finish was perfect. I left that day on such a high and I will definitely be at another festival again.

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