In my first post for 2019 I’m sharing my thoughts on early motherhood; facing depression, anxiety and the pressures of motherhood; my body; breastfeeding and sustainability.
Slipping into spring with a pleated green skirt, the first green item in my wardrobe for years but not the last.
Checks seem to be one of the major trends this season and I’m pretty happy about it. For someone that doesn’t wear a lot of print, checks are something I can really get into, like an entry-level print for the unaccustomed.
A few words of advice on dressing for London Fashion Week, like how to feel comfortable when you’re running all over the place.
I’m constantly on a mission to find great essentials, given all this chilly weather I’ve been in search of the perfect winter wardrobe essentials, building blocks that I can mix match throughout the season and beyond.
Even though I have quite a few sweaters of my own I’m forever coveting Dan’s. There’s something so wonderful about the feel of an oversized sweater, especially when it’s not yours.
The tailored track pant trend is one that’s been hard to miss. Whilst brands like ME+EM spotted the trend a while ago it’s taken Chloé to bring it to the glossies and the legs of every other editor during fashion month.
I like new clothes as much as the next person but I also love a good vintage find and we’re lucky to have so many great vintage shops in London. I’m sharing a few of my favourites in today’s post.
I’m always in jeans, white trainers and a shirt; it’s my uniform on days when I don’t have time to think.
Even though the days have been a little chilly I’m sticking with skirts for as long as I can, I’m just not ready to wear jeans everyday.