• Getting creative for Christmas

    Being a poor student this year meant I had to put on my creative cap when it came to presents. I spent a lot of time in the kitchen dying chocolate pink and folding cream into dulce de leche. Alongside the edible delights I also made a mother of pearl shell bracelet, which went down a treat!  At about 10…
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    I’m coming home, I’m coming home for Christmas.

    I’m back in sleepy Somerset to spend christmas with my family – and it has to be said I really do miss the countryside. The perks of home also help – an overflowing fridge, dinner that does not consist of pasta or sainsburys own and long warm baths during the cold months. My sister and I took our dogs for…
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    Darling Collars

    Have you ever come across an item of clothing or an accessory that you just feel was made for you, as if you’ve found your soul mate? For me, my other half sits delicately around my neck and has been doing so since before I could even talk. They adorn most little girls with frilly edges and innocent, round corners…
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    Dahlia AW12 Lookbook

    If you’re a regular on my blogs and my twitter page you will probably know by now I have only good things to say about the wonderful Dahlia. I owe some of my favourite outfits to Dahlias feminine, playful, vintage style and its use of chic peter pan collars.  The Autumn/Winter 2012 collection doesn’t disappoint, with retro prints, pretty florals, studs…
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    London fashion week after party

    I felt like the luckiest girl in london getting onto the guest list for the London Fashion Week after party held at Somerset house. The event took place on Tom’s terrace bar where free champagne was served throughout the night. Being around people who live and breathe fashion created such an electrifying atmosphere; there was such energy and passion. It…
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