It's Wednesday, Wednesday, gotta get down on Wednesday.... am I right?

Hello lovely simple things readers, today I bring you a very gothicy (that's not a word) post. There's something about this outfit that just says to me, 'Halloween!' , and do you know what? I'm kinda diggin it!

SheInside kindly contacted me and asked me to pick something from their site and I really wanted to choose something that was kind of 'iconic' from them.. (if that makes sense).. The top that I chose is something that I've seen sooooo many other people pick up from the SheInside website and I've always been very envious. However, this gorgeous top is now mine too.. yay!

The top is the Black Long Sleeve Hollow Crochet Lace Blouse and is such a great mixture of boho chic and monochrome styling. Here, I simply styled it up with my black Topshop leggings (I know... super casual and comfyyyy) and my black ASOS heels. I made my hair all wavy (which for some reason totally adds to that halloweeeeny vibe) and grabbed for some simple jewellery and viola!

This isn't an outfit that you would probably normally see me in, but I really like the look and will defff be wearing it again throughout October!

Head on over to the SheInside website by clicking here and have a good ol' mooch!
  • 9/30/2015

Too Soon For Halloween? With SheInside







It's Wednesday, Wednesday, gotta get down on Wednesday.... am I right?

Hello lovely simple things readers, today I bring you a very gothicy (that's not a word) post. There's something about this outfit that just says to me, 'Halloween!' , and do you know what? I'm kinda diggin it!

SheInside kindly contacted me and asked me to pick something from their site and I really wanted to choose something that was kind of 'iconic' from them.. (if that makes sense).. The top that I chose is something that I've seen sooooo many other people pick up from the SheInside website and I've always been very envious. However, this gorgeous top is now mine too.. yay!

The top is the Black Long Sleeve Hollow Crochet Lace Blouse and is such a great mixture of boho chic and monochrome styling. Here, I simply styled it up with my black Topshop leggings (I know... super casual and comfyyyy) and my black ASOS heels. I made my hair all wavy (which for some reason totally adds to that halloweeeeny vibe) and grabbed for some simple jewellery and viola!

This isn't an outfit that you would probably normally see me in, but I really like the look and will defff be wearing it again throughout October!

Head on over to the SheInside website by clicking here and have a good ol' mooch!





As you may already now from yesterdays post, on Saturday I was down at London Fashion Weekend and I got to attend two fabulous catwalk shows. It was such a great experience and not gonna lie, I got such a buzz from watching those models work their stuff in those fabulous outfits...I wanted to jump up their with them!

The first show I went to was the Henry Holland Designer Catwalk. The collection was totally what you would expect, bright, quirky and colourful. There was a kind of 'punk' vibe going on with some of the looks whilst others featured big fluffy coats and scarves. Every outfit was full of colour and pattern and the chunky boots just gave the looks such an edge.






Next, I went to the Very Exclusive Trend Catwalk which showcased all the trends for the coming season. It included animal print, paprika, plum and burgundy tones, the 70s trend and finally, punk. I love autumn winter trends and all of these are trends that I want to get involved in. My favourite piece from the show was this gorgeous black dress that you can see in the photos above - absoloutley stunning! And I also loved the shoes which were included in the 70s looks. Obviously, the 70s trend is here to stay for a little bit longer (fine by me!) and I'm excited to see more of the punk trend coming in... gimme a leather jacket and some tartan trousers asap! 

What do you think of these two catwalks? Let me know down below!
  • 9/29/2015

Henry Holland and Very Exclusive at LFWend






As you may already now from yesterdays post, on Saturday I was down at London Fashion Weekend and I got to attend two fabulous catwalk shows. It was such a great experience and not gonna lie, I got such a buzz from watching those models work their stuff in those fabulous outfits...I wanted to jump up their with them!

The first show I went to was the Henry Holland Designer Catwalk. The collection was totally what you would expect, bright, quirky and colourful. There was a kind of 'punk' vibe going on with some of the looks whilst others featured big fluffy coats and scarves. Every outfit was full of colour and pattern and the chunky boots just gave the looks such an edge.






Next, I went to the Very Exclusive Trend Catwalk which showcased all the trends for the coming season. It included animal print, paprika, plum and burgundy tones, the 70s trend and finally, punk. I love autumn winter trends and all of these are trends that I want to get involved in. My favourite piece from the show was this gorgeous black dress that you can see in the photos above - absoloutley stunning! And I also loved the shoes which were included in the 70s looks. Obviously, the 70s trend is here to stay for a little bit longer (fine by me!) and I'm excited to see more of the punk trend coming in... gimme a leather jacket and some tartan trousers asap! 

What do you think of these two catwalks? Let me know down below!






On Friday I headed down to London ready for LFWend and oh my gosh, I was very giddy haha... Despite only going down for like a day and a half, London really took it out of me and I am absoloutley shattered! LFWend for me was a big deal. It was my first fashion weeky experience and my first time going to an event as a blogger. It was so cool to be there and had such a good time. I brought my Mum and best friend Annie along with me and they were the perfect companions and photographers (thanks guys!)...

With my outfit I wanted to stick to my minimal style and monochrome obsession and therefore spent days on end googling images of Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham. After seeing them style suit after suit and looking ever so chic, I just knew I had to try and rock the look. Here I am wearing a gorgeous Tuxe Blazer from Topshop, along with New Look trousers, a Zara blouse, ASOS heels and an ASOS clutch bag. I also couldn't attend my first fashion experience without rocking my classic red lip and hair tucked behind the ears... so I just kind of went with classic 'Me'. The whole look just felt so stylish and chic and that's really what I wanted to go for. I also added my Links of London bracelet and some rings from H&M to accesorise a bit without being too much.

This outfit really sums up me and my blog - super simple and minimalist. I do love the simple things hahaha. The whole day was a surreal experience for me... at one point I had a crowd of people snapping photos of me haha, I felt like a celeb! I really admire the celebration of style and just how so many artistic fashionistas get to come together in one place.

What do you think of my London Fashion Weekend outfit? Let me know and stay tuned for a post all about the catwalks soon too!
  • 9/28/2015

London Fashion Weekend - What I Wore







On Friday I headed down to London ready for LFWend and oh my gosh, I was very giddy haha... Despite only going down for like a day and a half, London really took it out of me and I am absoloutley shattered! LFWend for me was a big deal. It was my first fashion weeky experience and my first time going to an event as a blogger. It was so cool to be there and had such a good time. I brought my Mum and best friend Annie along with me and they were the perfect companions and photographers (thanks guys!)...

With my outfit I wanted to stick to my minimal style and monochrome obsession and therefore spent days on end googling images of Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham. After seeing them style suit after suit and looking ever so chic, I just knew I had to try and rock the look. Here I am wearing a gorgeous Tuxe Blazer from Topshop, along with New Look trousers, a Zara blouse, ASOS heels and an ASOS clutch bag. I also couldn't attend my first fashion experience without rocking my classic red lip and hair tucked behind the ears... so I just kind of went with classic 'Me'. The whole look just felt so stylish and chic and that's really what I wanted to go for. I also added my Links of London bracelet and some rings from H&M to accesorise a bit without being too much.

This outfit really sums up me and my blog - super simple and minimalist. I do love the simple things hahaha. The whole day was a surreal experience for me... at one point I had a crowd of people snapping photos of me haha, I felt like a celeb! I really admire the celebration of style and just how so many artistic fashionistas get to come together in one place.

What do you think of my London Fashion Weekend outfit? Let me know and stay tuned for a post all about the catwalks soon too!



Hello you lovely lot! Today I'm bringing you a post all about the lovely brand Little O. I love myself a some dainty jewellery and Little O have managed to supply my need for some pretty new pieces, so here we go!

They kindly sent me three gorgeous accessories, starting with their Silver Hasma Band Ring. This piece is just lovely and I adore hasma hands and what they represent. Anything that symbolises peace and blocking out the bad is my kind of thing. It's so cool that the ring is made up of hasma hands all the way round and I just think it's a kind of piece I've not really seen before. I'll definitely be wearing this beauty to keep the good vibes flowin'.

Then I have the Infinity Chain Chocker, which I love too! I love the chocker trend but as a lover of dainty jewellery, it's hard to find a piece to suit my style. This piece however, is just perfect and is simply beautiful. It's so plain and simple, yet so so pretty and unique!

Finally, I received the Coven Trio Necklace which is a kind of piece I'd never owned before. I've always wanted to try a layered necklace but never bitten the bullet, so when I spotted this beauty, I had to have it. I love the different pendants and the black stone especially suits my look. The layered style really adds a little something extra to an outfit which is nice, since my outfits are very minimalist. It's deff something I'm going to be accessorizing with from now on..

And there you go! If you want to check out Little O then head to their website by clicking here and don't forget to hit them up on instagram too and have a look at their lovely pieces!

  • 9/23/2015

Little O Jewellery




Hello you lovely lot! Today I'm bringing you a post all about the lovely brand Little O. I love myself a some dainty jewellery and Little O have managed to supply my need for some pretty new pieces, so here we go!

They kindly sent me three gorgeous accessories, starting with their Silver Hasma Band Ring. This piece is just lovely and I adore hasma hands and what they represent. Anything that symbolises peace and blocking out the bad is my kind of thing. It's so cool that the ring is made up of hasma hands all the way round and I just think it's a kind of piece I've not really seen before. I'll definitely be wearing this beauty to keep the good vibes flowin'.

Then I have the Infinity Chain Chocker, which I love too! I love the chocker trend but as a lover of dainty jewellery, it's hard to find a piece to suit my style. This piece however, is just perfect and is simply beautiful. It's so plain and simple, yet so so pretty and unique!

Finally, I received the Coven Trio Necklace which is a kind of piece I'd never owned before. I've always wanted to try a layered necklace but never bitten the bullet, so when I spotted this beauty, I had to have it. I love the different pendants and the black stone especially suits my look. The layered style really adds a little something extra to an outfit which is nice, since my outfits are very minimalist. It's deff something I'm going to be accessorizing with from now on..

And there you go! If you want to check out Little O then head to their website by clicking here and don't forget to hit them up on instagram too and have a look at their lovely pieces!






Eeeek! The other day a huge box of goodies arrived on my door step from Boohoo and oh em gee, I'm so giddy. As part of their #WeAreReady campaign, they lovingly sent me lots of things to help me to start off the new season. I think these boxes are aimed at guys and gal going back to college and uni but these things definitely will come in handy when I'm working away at home!

They sent me lots of exciting things such as some make up brushes, a spa voucher and even a lovely little pinafore (which I'll be styling up v soon!). If you want to see me go through everything I received head over to my YouTube channel and check out THIS VIDEO!

Thank you Boohoo! 

  • 9/22/2015

Boohoo: We Are Ready!






Eeeek! The other day a huge box of goodies arrived on my door step from Boohoo and oh em gee, I'm so giddy. As part of their #WeAreReady campaign, they lovingly sent me lots of things to help me to start off the new season. I think these boxes are aimed at guys and gal going back to college and uni but these things definitely will come in handy when I'm working away at home!

They sent me lots of exciting things such as some make up brushes, a spa voucher and even a lovely little pinafore (which I'll be styling up v soon!). If you want to see me go through everything I received head over to my YouTube channel and check out THIS VIDEO!

Thank you Boohoo! 







Morning all! Firstly, let me apologise for the fact that I should have probably ironed this dress however, when a girl's gotta shoot her blog photos, she's gotta just go for it! Anyway, today's post features another lovely piece from Closet London. You may have seen this piece in my Blogger Haul over on my channel and if you did you would have heard me say that the thing that drew me to this was the colour - ain't it dreamy?

I love the colour grey and this dress just had to be mine! Here, I decided to style it up with just my black Asos heels and a neutral make up look. I thought simple would be best with this dress and yeah, I'm totally diggin' it... Alternatively I would opt for a dark purple lip and maybe grab for a leather jacket and boots to make a more grungy look (might do a post like that soon if I get chance!) Anyway, I love this dress - another gorgeous piece from Closet London.

Check out Closet London here!
  • 9/18/2015

Grey Day with Closet London







Morning all! Firstly, let me apologise for the fact that I should have probably ironed this dress however, when a girl's gotta shoot her blog photos, she's gotta just go for it! Anyway, today's post features another lovely piece from Closet London. You may have seen this piece in my Blogger Haul over on my channel and if you did you would have heard me say that the thing that drew me to this was the colour - ain't it dreamy?

I love the colour grey and this dress just had to be mine! Here, I decided to style it up with just my black Asos heels and a neutral make up look. I thought simple would be best with this dress and yeah, I'm totally diggin' it... Alternatively I would opt for a dark purple lip and maybe grab for a leather jacket and boots to make a more grungy look (might do a post like that soon if I get chance!) Anyway, I love this dress - another gorgeous piece from Closet London.

Check out Closet London here!


I know that the English summer is pretty much over now however, that doesn't mean none of you are jetting off on your hols does it?

Toby Heart Ginger recently sent me this lovely playsuit, perfect for posing and playing around on the beach! It's super comfy and I love the colour - totally feeling that khaki green *heart eyes emoji*. If I were on a beach in these blog photos, it would probably make the whole thing seem a bit more convincing but I think the fact that I went bare foot shows my dedication haha. Honestly, this is such a lovely piece and is something that looks good even without a bronzed goddess glow - I think I'm kinda werkin it for da pale gals here, am I right?

Anyway, If you want to get your hands on this head to their site by clicking here!

Remember that you can vote for me in the Bloggers Blog Awards here too!
  • 9/16/2015

Toby Heart Ginger Playsuit



I know that the English summer is pretty much over now however, that doesn't mean none of you are jetting off on your hols does it?

Toby Heart Ginger recently sent me this lovely playsuit, perfect for posing and playing around on the beach! It's super comfy and I love the colour - totally feeling that khaki green *heart eyes emoji*. If I were on a beach in these blog photos, it would probably make the whole thing seem a bit more convincing but I think the fact that I went bare foot shows my dedication haha. Honestly, this is such a lovely piece and is something that looks good even without a bronzed goddess glow - I think I'm kinda werkin it for da pale gals here, am I right?

Anyway, If you want to get your hands on this head to their site by clicking here!

Remember that you can vote for me in the Bloggers Blog Awards here too!

Today's post is in collaboration with the absoloutley fabulous Pilleriin Leet who blogs over at Hello Fashion Stuff. We decided we wanted to have a look at our different styles and see how each of us could style a certain piece of clothing 3 ways. We decided on a blazer. So, here are my 3 looks, I hope you enjoy:






1. Chic in a Bra

Here i've simply thrown my blazer over..well, my bra. I think this look is pretty darn cool and at least I actually get to show off my pretty underwear here (lol). I tried this look with both my ripped jeans and my culottes because I couldn't decide which I liked best... and I still can't!






2. Shopping in the city

Here I am in my natural state... surgically attached to my phone! I envisioned myself strutting the streets of a city (for me it would be Manchester...there ain't not way I can get to New York) and thought about how I could make a blazer look casual but still cool. I grabbed for my new favourite Closet London dress, my heeled chlesea boots and Zara bag... oh and of course my phone..





3. Everyday in boots

Finally, I went for a more casual look. Now.. I'm not actually sure the colours of this outfit go together all that well.. but I'm lacking in blazers so just go with it haha! Here I'm just wearing a simple tee, my Topshop joni jeans and then my heeled Chelsea boots again. This is a super comfy outfit but adding a blazer helps to give that element of sophistication.

I really hope you liked the outfits I created! If you want to check out Pilleriin's post click HERE and you can also find her on Instagram @ pilleriinleet 
  • 9/15/2015

Styling Blazers with Hello Fashion Stuff aka. Pilleriin Leet


Today's post is in collaboration with the absoloutley fabulous Pilleriin Leet who blogs over at Hello Fashion Stuff. We decided we wanted to have a look at our different styles and see how each of us could style a certain piece of clothing 3 ways. We decided on a blazer. So, here are my 3 looks, I hope you enjoy:






1. Chic in a Bra

Here i've simply thrown my blazer over..well, my bra. I think this look is pretty darn cool and at least I actually get to show off my pretty underwear here (lol). I tried this look with both my ripped jeans and my culottes because I couldn't decide which I liked best... and I still can't!






2. Shopping in the city

Here I am in my natural state... surgically attached to my phone! I envisioned myself strutting the streets of a city (for me it would be Manchester...there ain't not way I can get to New York) and thought about how I could make a blazer look casual but still cool. I grabbed for my new favourite Closet London dress, my heeled chlesea boots and Zara bag... oh and of course my phone..





3. Everyday in boots

Finally, I went for a more casual look. Now.. I'm not actually sure the colours of this outfit go together all that well.. but I'm lacking in blazers so just go with it haha! Here I'm just wearing a simple tee, my Topshop joni jeans and then my heeled Chelsea boots again. This is a super comfy outfit but adding a blazer helps to give that element of sophistication.

I really hope you liked the outfits I created! If you want to check out Pilleriin's post click HERE and you can also find her on Instagram @ pilleriinleet 

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