3.2.14

Blooming Spring

With the new spring season soon approaching, there's no better time to wear your florals! Flicking through the latest Harper's Bazaar last night, I came across a double page spread on floral prints. All things girly is just not me but I've promised myself to stop being a wallflower and bite the bullet by getting some floral prints into my wardrobe. So worry not my floral print haters, I have put together a few ways on how you can incorporate the print without looking like you're wearing your nan's curtains. Spring is fully in bloom and so is fashion!

Outfit 1: Bra Top - Miss Selfridge
Midi Skirt - River Island
Heels - Kurt Geiger
Bag -  Chanel Caviar Leather Classic 2.55

Outfit 2: Blazer - Helmut Lang
Trousers - Dorothy Perkins
Bandeau - Bailey 44
Heels - Valentino Rockstud 

Outfit 3: Blazer - Oasis
Feather skirt - Cynthia Rowley
Belt - Moschino
Flats - Zara

1.2.14

The oversized coat


1. Jaeger 2. Celine 3. Celine 4. Paule Ka Pique

Cocoon coats and pillow-sleeved jackets have taken over the catwalks from Celine to Stella McCartney. Though this trend has been around for a while, only recently has it instigated. I'm all for large, boxy silhouettes so this trend is right up my street. "Oversize was the cool new message this season: shoulders dropped, lengths were long and trousers had low crotches." Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers explains. "It's a look ideal for a confident tomboy who likes to keep things simple, strict and streamlined." So don't be afraid, readers. Think big!