Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Orange and Green Dress

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I am in full holiday mode. This dress has got me dreaming of walking down the beach with my feet in the sand, the crisp wind blowing through my hair... I can not wait for August when I will be taking some time away from London and truly relaxing with the sun, sea and lots of yummy cocktails. 

I'm loving the combination of the orange and the green in this dress. It has this totally laid back feel to it. This is something that I will be wearing as soon as I land on holiday, and if London decides to give us a warm summer, I'll definitely be rocking this around town.

For the summer, I adore wearing anything off the shoulder, strapless or really thin straps. It makes me feel a lot freer. In the winter, we are constantly wrapped up, cowl neck jumpers and turtle necks are key items in my wardrobe, so when summer hits I don't want to be restricted anymore, and I make sure most of my outfits are bare minimum!

What's your favourite thing to wear in the summer months?


Monday, 23 May 2016

Gold and White

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Gold Top Zara (similar here) | White Jeans | Beige Creepers 


When shopping, I tend to look for pieces that are quite neutral, something that I believe will be easy to mix and match, that way, when I'm struggling to find something to wear, I know that all the items I have in my wardrobe will match.

I wanted the main focus on this look to be this gorgeous Micro Mini handbag from Kurt Geiger. As soon as I saw it I just fell in love. It has got to be the cutest bag I've seen in a long time, and yes, my phone does fit inside it (barely) but it's one of those bags you take with you when you've got a lot of walking to do and don't want to carry anything to heavy. If you're anything like me, you find yourself stuffing bags as much as you can which then leads to wonky shoulders! So micro mini's all the way for me.

I'm a little late to these creepers/ trainers trend, but I made the leap and decided to finally style them up. I like the way they look with the white jeans in this look. What do you think?


Friday, 20 May 2016

Get Your Body Ready For Summer With Scrub Love

Whether you like it or not, it's that time of year again. Long gone are the days of wrapping up warm, it's time to get our body ready for bare legs season. The basis to perfect summer skin you ask; exfoliating.

Although I usually exfoliate during the winter, I find my body needs to be exfoliated a lot more during the summer months (probably because there's more body on show) so I tend to update my exfoliating rituals during the warmer months.

Body scrubs are essential for that fresh skin we all desire, scrubbing your body 2-3 times a week is ideal as it gives your skin time to breathe in between, it removes all the dead skin cells and is essential at stopping any ingrown hairs for those who wax or shave. If you haven't exfoliated before, I couldn't recommend using a body scrub more.

I've been using the Scrub Love scrubs for over a month now and I'm really impressed with the way it leaves my skin feeling so soft, without feeling like I've had to shed a layer of skin in the process. The formulation, the smells and the way the product feels on the skin is great for an at home scrub. Coffee based scrubs are really good at targeting stretch marks and cellulite.

Their scrubs are all coffee based, there's the Original Lovin, the Coconut Affair and the Mint Temptation (my favourite, I feel like it wakes my skin up). Each sachet comes with it's own distinctive smell and ingredients perfect for whatever you fancy that day.

What's really handy with these products are that they come in a resealable waterproof sachet that make it perfect for leaving it in your shower for easy access, meaning you're more likely to reach for it while showering.

If you're looking for a scrub that will leave your skin smooth, soft and hydrated then look no further than Scrub Love. You won't be disappointed. 

Are you a fan of coffee scrubs? 


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Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Off The Shoulder Maxi Dress

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For years maxi dresses have been a summer wardrobe staple. They're perfect for that bohemian, laid back look, and lets not deny the fact that it's perfect for when you've forgotten to shave your legs! It looks like this season the traditional maxi dresses have had a slight modification. Prints are a lot larger and fortunately for me, they've been combined with the off the shoulder trend. Now this is something that I can stay onboard with. 

You all know how (literally) obsessed I am with anything off the shoulder (see here and here) that I just can't stop going on about them. I love the combination of the off the shoulder and the curly hair, it just makes me want to wander the streets of a small island ( 11 weeks and 2 days left). 

Another hot piece this season is the cut out lace detailed sandals, these ones from Pretty Little Thing are so comfortable and stylish. I can wear them all day running around London as they have a rubber sole and a cushioning lining. 

Keep the look simple with a pair of black shades and you're set to go.


Monday, 16 May 2016

Khaki Dresses In Spring

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Khaki and I have a love and LOVE relationship. Ordinarily, khaki is supposed to be more of a winter colour as it has that earthy tone to it, but I can't seem to get enough of it in the spring. Especially if you've got a little bit of a glow on your skin, the khaki colour brings out the colour of your skin and just makes you look like you're glowing from within. 

This gorgeous Pretty Little Thing dress is something that can be perfect for a garden party in the summer, and dressed up more for an evening out or even if you've got any weddings coming up. It's so comfortable and easy to wear while still looking so glam at the same time. 

I've paired the dress with a pair of black suede wedges, but it would also look fabulous with tan sandals, nude heels and even rose gold heels. The possibilities are endless. Get you hands on this dress here.

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