Monday, 20 February 2017

Magic Spells

Kimono: Tamga Designs *
Maxi Dress: Raga

Photography: Hannah Mae Clark

Casting spells for sunshine, wearing this pretty kimono from Tamga designs. only 50 have been made and the traditional ikat weaving is made in a remote island in Indonesia, in partnership with a local NGO that works towards the preservation of traditional textiles. So I'm pretty honoured to be able to wear this all the way over here in the UK.

It's been a crazy few weeks, and I haven't had a day off for 11 days. I'm currently writing this standing in my very own shop (which still hasn't sunk in yet) in Brighton. The one thing I've always wanted, the dream has finally become the reality and I'm still in disbelief! If anyone fancies a visit it's 3 Gardner Street Brighton, it's a pop up but it's going to be here for a while.


Sunday, 15 January 2017

It's All over now, baby blue

 Jacket: Born Native
Jeans: Topshop
Boots: TBA
Star Necklace: The Serpents Club
Boots: TBA

Photography: Hannah Mae Clark

Hello January, we meet again. The magic of Christmas is over and there's nothing to look forward to for months. My least favourite month of the year and my birthday just so happens to be at the end of it. Another year older and none the wiser? It seems so. Let's see what this year holds, anything is possible (as long as we get January out of the way first).


Friday, 30 December 2016

Preloved Kilo Sale

Faux fur jacket: Found at Preloved Kilo Sale
Flares: ASOS

Very excited to have been invited to a sneak preview of the amazing new kilo sale from Preloved Kilo and it definitely did not disappoint. I've been to plenty of vintage kilo sales over the years but this one is the best I've been to by far. Usually kilo sales consist mostly of random vintage product that companies are trying to get rid of, but the quality of Preloved kilo sale is A grade (vintage speak there). They have everything from 70s paisley patterned dresses to 50s cowboy shirts (that shirt above is probably one my best finds ever. And, at only £15 a kilo, which works out roughly to a jacket or a few dresses or several shirts, it's such good value for money, whether you buy vintage or are just looking for a whole new wardrobe. The best thing too is any heavier items, such as suede or sheepskin jackets, are capped at £15 too which is a ridiculous bargain! (and they have LOTS of amazing suede and sheepskin!) You won't leave empty handed, I definitely didn't.

The next kilo sale is at their incredible vintage warehouse in Sheffield, you can find all the details on Facebook here:

And if you can't make that one, they have all their upcoming events here:

Oh and they take card! So no need to worry about cash either.

Monday, 5 December 2016

In the Hollywood Hills with Dazey LA

T-shirts/sweaters: Dazey LA
Striped Jeans: Pylo*

Shot by Dani Roxanne

Daydreaming about those magical Hollywood Hills again, this was our last shoot before heading back home. With temperatures getting lower and lower in the UK, its bittersweet thinking about sunnier times. I just can't believe it's only 20 days until Christmas, where has this year gone?

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