Monday, 28 September 2015

Fall into Fall: Faux Fur

This blog is still full of firsts for me. My first style post.

Saturday, 26 September 2015

Singapore Tourist {Part One}

As I mentioned in my post a couple days ago, I’ve been away.

The Man and I popped over to Singapore for 11 days. It was a holiday, a visit to my sister, brother-in-law and nephew for his first birthday and the Grand Prix all rolled into one.

But first an apology. 

Here is an example of the usual beautiful Singapore skyline vs. what it is like at the moment (courtesy of my sister). 

Singapore is currently experiencing some really controversial pollution caused by Indonesia (read more on the BBC news site) so there weren’t many blues skies around. Most of my photos are dull in colour and don’t have great backgrounds but hey, at least you know they’re real! 

But on to the holiday!

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Autumn Scarf Game in Check

You may have noticed, I’ve been away. (or did you think I was just being lazy?)

11 days in Singapore, a bloody good time and 28 degrees plus for the entire trip. Which brings me neatly to my point.

I returned back from my ‘olidays on Tuesday morning and was THROWN into autumn without warning. Jumpers, socks and scarves were promptly added to my outfit and I sped off to work, straight from the airport, hoping I wasn’t going to be too late.

Which brings me neatly to my post. SCARVES! 

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Seven Heroes Inside My Make-Up Bag

When it comes to make up, I am not a hoarder. I keep it simple. 

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

My new man Pedro (sorry Mulberry)

I'd describe my style as boring “classic”.

I like the basics, why mess with them?
But you have basics that are boring and you have basics that hold their own.

Like this little bag from Pedro.

Sunday, 6 September 2015

Notting Hill Carnival

A group of friends were heading down to Notting Hill Carnival last weekend and asked if I'd like to go along too. 

I didn't really know what to expect having never been before. It is described as "Britain's Biggest Street Party" and boy oh boy, did it not disappoint. 

We assembled the troops and took a team photo before heading out into the melee.