A Sexy Casual Going Out Outfit

A Casual Going Out Look At The Hotel Since most of my outfits revolve around the daytime looks that I share with you when I go out during the day, I thought it might be nice to showcase some more evening style looks. When it comes to dressing up for the evening though, I don’t tend to go full glam as it’s not really me, so I always have an element of casual in it, which is what this outfit here incorporates. We were at a hotel in Bristol when Adam and I shot these as we were there for a work shoot, but I really like how they turned out. The pieces I was wearing here are a T-Shirt from Pretty Little Thing, combined with one of their Denim Skirts, and then a pair of ALDO Thigh High Boots in Brown. I’m not turning this one into an outfit post either so that you can buy the options as it’s just a very casual look, but I wanted to share the photos as it’s something different for you here on my blog. If you follow me on Instagram you will have already seen a couple of these shots, and amazingly, the torso look is my best photo to date, it’s still going viral right now with the likes and follows, which I’m happy about, so hopefully you all feel the same here and love it too! You can see it on Instagram here and here, for a bit more of an uncensored version if you’re interested, ha ha. When it comes to looks like these though, I’m definitely a…

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The Dog Print Shirt And Velvet Chanel

Yumi Dalmatian Print Shirt With A Chanel Velvet Bag I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Adam and I spent it in Bristol doing a photoshoot session all weekend, and of course watching Eurovision on the TV! Glad to see we didn’t disappoint and came last, as always, ha ha. It was a very busy and hectic weekend for me, I was extremely tired and ended up with a migraine, but it was productive so we did get a lot done, including these photos that we shot on Friday! I had been planning this outfit for quite some time actually, and since it wasn’t raining, or too cold, it was the perfect time to wear it! I was wearing my Yumi Dalmatian Dog Print Shirt that I picked up at Clarks Village shopping outlet last month. Do you remember seeing it in my purchases in my trip to Clarks Village blog post that I did? I couldn’t wait to style it as it was the first piece that I picked up during the day there. As you can see from the photos, it has the cutest doggy print all over it, but as it’s black and white it’s also chic at the same time, which is why I decided to dress it up instead of down. I opted to pair this Yumi shirt with my L’AGENCE Margot skinny jeans in Graphite, tied together with my ASOS Western Belt. Then for the accessories, I added some height with my Christian Louboutin Pigalle 100 in Black, and then breaking the black and white theme, I chose my Chanel Small Boy Bag…

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Cardiff Outfit – Take Two

A Second Outfit In Cardiff, Wales Happy Wednesday everyone! These are my second lot of photos taken in Cardiff, Wales, almost two weeks ago (see my first set here). We were looking around for different places to shoot the photos and there’s a couple that I took outside a church in the city centre, one that we took inside an arcade, but the lighting was too dark, and then on the way to Barry to get my tattoo, we found a beautiful park, so we decided to shoot the photos there instead. This little pathway with the trees either side of it was so beautiful, I liked how it framed everything. I can only imagine how nice Summer outfits would look here, so I might have to keep this location in mind for the future! For my outfit, I wanted something comfortable and casual as I was out all day in Wales, but also because I was getting my tattoo and wanted to be non restricted and without pain from tight clothes or shoes, so this is what I went with. As I’ve said before, this type of look has become somewhat of a uniform for me. I was wearing my new Zara Summer Coat, which would you believe only cost £29.99 as it’s lightweight? I layered it over my Mango Knitted Tank Top and wore my L’AGENCE Margot Graphite Skinny Jeans again, with my Louis Vuitton Belt wrapped around to tie it together. I went with my Fila Disruptor II in Feather Grey, and then threw on my Michael Kors Selma Bag, which I often use for traveling as…

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That Wrap Red Dress

The French Connection Red Wrap Dress For those of you who saw my trip to Clarks Village blog post, you will remember this Red Wrap Dress that I picked up from French Connection as it seemed to be the star piece of the day! Of course I decided to style it the day after as we were amidst a heat wave, so it couldn’t have come at a more perfect time – it was meant to be! Honestly, I couldn’t wait to wear the dress, and I was excited to see how I wanted to style it for the first outing. I went with my Jimmy Choo Melba Boots and my Gucci Marmont Velvet Mini Bag in Black, as I think red and black together are really striking. I also chose my Ray-Ban Round Double Bridge Mirrored Sunglasses, and a gold watch. I of course matched a bold red lip to the dress as well, as it wouldn’t be complete without that. My favourite thing about this French Connection Red Dress is the colour and print of it. I’m always a fan of a wrap dress as I find them extremely flattering to an hourglass silhouette, and the bold, ruffle sleeves really help to hide your upper arms if your conscious about them. The deep neckline is really pretty, which coupled with the length of the dress is really modest. I cant fault it really! I’m usually a size UK 8 – 10 in my clothes, sometimes a 6, however I had to take a size UK 12 in this French Connection dress as it ran a bit smaller around…

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A Casual Look For Cardiff

A Casual Outfit For Cardiff When I travel to a different place, in this instance, the wonderful country of Wales, I always like to see how different the backgrounds are from Bath when it comes to doing the outfit shoots. These photos were taken just outside of Cardiff Central train station and since I hadn’t been to Wales for a while, they finally finished all the renovations they were doing here and it’s now a large, open space with a fancy blue/grey building in the background. Here in Bath there are hardly any open spaces, since it’s very much a Georgian and Roman city, so everything is very close together and old, which I think is beautiful, but for getting a bokeh effect or a really blurry background, it’s not ideal. I included a couple of iPhone shots here too so you can see what I mean with the background. iPhone is clear all around, while the camera (Nikon D610 with 85mm lens) is wonderfully blurry. Of course we do get that sometimes here, but not to this level, and it was also nice to be using a background that wasn’t the classic yellow/beige Bath stone. I’m heading back to Wales soon for my tattoo so I plan on doing more outfit shoots there. Getting to my outfit, this is what I wore when I went for my tattoo consultation and since I was travelling a lot, it made sense to wear something comfortable and easy, so this is my go to. Much like you saw with my brown jeans outfit, I’m really favouring this look. I went with my…

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My Trip To Clarks Village

My Trip To Clarks Village Shopping Outlet I’m really excited to share this blog post with you all! Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that I went to Clarks Village a couple of weekends ago for a shopping trip. Now for those of you not familiar with it, Clarks Village is an outlet shopping village in Street, Somerset, here in England. It was actually established in 1993 on the site of the old C&J Clark factory buildings. There are over 90 high street and designer retailers at the shopping centre, along with numerous coffee shops, restaurants and food stops. There’s so much going on there, which made such a great day out! If you have followed me for a long time, you know what my relationship with collaborations and brands is like, and that I rarely take them on if I don’t like the product, concept, or idea behind it, which is why you hardly see collaboration style posts here and instead I focus on much more authentic content. This means that you know when I do work with a brand or company, it’s genuine, and that’s how I feel about this one. I’d always heard things about Clarks Village, mostly from my dad who loves it there, and some friends, but had actually never been myself, so when they reached out and spoke to me about heading along for a shopping experience and to share it with all of you, I couldn’t have been happier! The journey from Bath to Clarks Village is about 50 minutes by car, so I decided to go with my…

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A Brown Jeans Kind Of Day

Brown Jeans With Brown Tones First up, who can spot the Mini Cooper car in the above image? Ha ha! Anyway, as you know, I really love neutrals and I adore mixing them together and creating simple looks like this, for comfy, casual wear. I used to like doing it with greys, but I am mostly enjoying the warmer shades of brown now and this is one of my go to looks that I am wearing frequently lately. I was wearing a new pair of L’AGENCE Margot Skinny Jeans in Brown this time, giving my Graphite pair a break, but as they are older season and I picked them up in the sale, they are no longer available online unfortunately, but I have linked the Biscuit pair as they’re equally as amazing. I paired these jeans with my Mango Knitted Tank Top and wrapped my Gucci GG Belt around the middle to tie it together. Since it was a little chilly, I went with my Pretty Little Thing Cardigan as well to create the base. Now as the weather is warming up, I tend to gravitate towards more accessories, so I doubled up two different shell necklaces, the white beaded one from Mango and the gold one from Sashi. I then wore my new Ray-Ban Round Double Bridge Aviator Sunglasses which I am obsessed with right now, I can’t get enough of them! For my shoes I opted for my new Fila Disruptor in Feather Grey Suede (it’s more beige to be honest) as I loved the white pair so much, I wanted more of a nude shade, then finally…

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Pastel Pinks For Easter

Happy Easter Everyone! Happy Easter! I know I sometimes used to do a costume for Easter (see here, here and here), but this time I decided to be mature about it and do something like an Easter style outfit instead. What did I have in mind for that? Pastel shades. I’m often reminded of pastel pink, blue and green, so I went with pink and I love it. I wasn’t overly sure on the outfit at first though as it’s a combination I put together while trying to recreate a look from Allsaints (see here). I have since purchased that dress though and you will be seeing it soon, but for now, I’ve gone the custom route! For my look, I was wearing a Topshop Satin Skirt, which was fairly affordable and comes in multiple colours! I then layered over the top my Topshop Cropped Fluffy Jumper, to try and re-create the style. For my shoes, I went with my RAYE White Boots to really make it look sophisticated, and finished it off with my The Cambridge Satchel Company Small Emily Bag in Lilac, to bring the Easter vibes. I do think the combination of the white and pink together is definitely Spring appropriate! What I’m looking forward to though is actually styling the Allsaints Tierney version itself, to see how different I can make it, or see how different it actually looks compared to my own creation. Since this type of look is completely different to what I would normally wear, especially the satin skirt, I’m really interested to know your opinions on it. Do you think it suits me?…

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