Hello everyone! I hope we have all had an enjoyable few weeks, from Halloween to Bonfire Night, it’s been a busy one! And now it is turning colder and the need to layer up is upon us, I thought I would bring another outfit to inspire you!
I believe that a jacket can be the decider for an outfit, taking it from a good one to a great one – this is why I think the jacket is the statement piece for anything you wear in Autumn/Winter.
As I have said in every single post since it started (here, here, here & here… oh, and here too!), Autumn is by far my favourite season. I feel like I’ve bought you guys everything, ranging from jackets, to suits, to blazers, but this time I am bringing something different: shoes.
And not just any old shoes, these ones are from the brand that we all know and love – Skechers.
Autumn has a very special place in my heart as I love dressing for it. I absolutely adore wearing chunky knit jumpers and warm jackets, aswell as wrapping myself up in thick scarves and hats. So when I had the chance to help kick start the Your Shores campaign, I immediately jumped at the chance.
They have launched and worked with 100 individuals in the fashion industry to bring a unique approach to the products that we love to wear for the colder months. They want to exploit their collection by letting the consumers promote it, because who knows fashion more than the people that are immersed in it?!
Now, I know it might look super strange that these pictures are in the blazing sunshine and it’s currently raining outside, but I think I managed to catch the best day for gorgeous weather. It was great to get out and shoot in the most amazing light to show off the colour of this suit perfectly.
Autumn has been thrust upon us with such force that it would take a shield to keep you upright, or at least a thick overcoat – which conveniently is included in my payday wishlist (not intentional, I promise!)
I have gathered up some of the newest arrivals that have caught my eye from all over the fashion market and bought them to you in a nifty little post. I mean, who doesn’t love treating themselves to a cute little jumper and wrapping up warm whilst leading up to the colder months? I sure don’t.
So I have decided that I want to start creating an interiors section on my blog because it is something that I am absolutely loving at the moment. If you follow me on any social media *all links at the top of the page*, then I’m sure you will have noticed that I’ve just gone absolutely mental for everything to do with interior design, textures and creative spaces. I am also in the process of completely redecorating my bedroom, transitioning it from a teenage boy’s playroom to an adult space where I can relax and write.
Hello everyone! Happy Autumn and Happy September! (Can someone tell me why this bloody year is going so fast ???)
As it’s getting colder and layering is inevitable, I thought I would bring you guys the best jackets on the market.
I tried to bring different styles, ranging from parkas, to bombers and macs. I think it’s important to have a variety of jackets as the English weather is so erratic that it’s sometimes difficult to actually know what coat to throw on.
It’s September next week (woah!), so with not long until Christmas, I thought I would express my feelings with you all about it. *see back of tshirt*
Anyways, with that irrelevance off my chest, I will share with you what I really wanted to say. It’s a brand that speaks directly to my heart. One that puts precisely my mood onto an item of clothing.
Five Pound Tee are a brand that does exactly what it says on the tin – FIVE POUND TSHIRTS. Their idea of inexpensive quality can appeal to each and every one of us, so creating designs for the masses is essential.
So as some of you may have seen, if you follow me on any social media, I graduated on Monday with a Bachelors degree in Journalism. finally
After three years of blood, sweat and tears it has come to an end and I am still unsure of what to make of the whole situation. Going from study nights in the library, endless hours of group work and forcing every ounce of effort into my work to doing absolutely nothing is the most surreal feeling ever.