Monday, 27 August 2012


The Pretty Junk are at it again, this time upping the jewellery stakes with the addition of loads of new bang on trend styles of bracelets, chains and earrings. They were kind enough to let me choose a piece and I went for the black (quelle surprise) Hamsa Hand bracelet. Its an eye catching addition to my wrist party and I think that they look a lot pricier than they are. The Pretty Junk are definitely ones to keep an eye on, what began as a unique selection of cool hand picked vintage pieces has grown into a neat offering of cool and quirky brands (including two of my personal favourites- Lazy Oaf and Spell Designs) and even their own range of customised denim cut-offs and dip dyed cotton basics. Good things 'a happening here.....


Friday, 24 August 2012


Hello friends, I have been trawling the high street over the last few weeks for some holiday bargains and I present to you my findings. From top to bottom-
Tee: Topshop £22
Shirt: Primark £8
Sunglasses: Asos £10//Topshop £16
Clutch: Primark £6
My favourite find is the bag, there is an almost identical one for sale in Topshop for £38. I came out with the shirt at the same time too and I have to say for Primark it is pretty damn good. 


Sunday, 19 August 2012


iPhone case: Eastpak x Wood Wood

Been a slow day but I thought I would share my new iPhone case. American backpackers Eastpak have joined up with Danish streetwear brand Wood Wood for a North American nomad inspired collection that includes messengers, holdalls, totes and cases. My phone was taking a battering in my handbag but I hadn't seen any cases I liked (was originally in the market for a steel chrome cover but I heard they can upset the signal) I went for a case because I prefer my iPhone au naturale, and at least this way its not getting all scratched up in my bag! The case itself is a lovely buttery soft tan leather that I reckon will look even better when its started to get a bit weathered. I got mine from my friends at Togs+Clogs where they will be available to buy soon. 


Wednesday, 15 August 2012


 Vest & Skirt: Topshop// Sweater: Adidas Slvr// Trainers: River Island
Sunglasses: No idea, they just appeared in my car one day// Razor Blade: Junk&Disorderly// Crystal Chain: Vintage

Jersey separates make up a good half of my wardrobe, I suppose they are what I would call my staple item of clothing. Its been pretty warm recently so I've had my pins out quite a bit but to combat chilly mornings I have been throwing a big jumper over most of my outfits which is why I love this grey one by Adidas Slvr, its a mens so its oversized and relaxed without (I hope) looking too scruffy! I have found that with a rail full of jersey there is a fine line between minimal chic and pyjama/bag lady. 


Monday, 13 August 2012


These are nice.....

So are these....
ASOS £10

I love the House of Harlow Carmen sunglasses but the price tag is way out of my budget. So I was pleasantly surprised to see an almost exact replica pair on ASOS for a sound tenner. I usually go for an aviator style, but I fancied something different and these have just enough of a directional edge without being too over the top. 



Belts: Primark £3 each//Jeans: Topshop £20

Bustier, skirt & vest: Missguided

Some of my recent purchases here, got mad love for Primark belts I have loads, and the jeans were a no-brainer sale purchase in Topshop. I made my first order from, one lazy sunday afternoon whilst browsing the net I panicked that I didn't have any clothes to wear in Vegas next month, and ended up with the black vest, which isn't the problem, the problem is the spiked bralet (I commonly express my dislike for bra-tops) and a sickly bright aztec print bodycon skirt, don't get me wrong because if I saw these on a blog I would love them and on the model on Missguided I thought they looked so good. I just have no idea what I'm going to wear them with so stay tuned for an outfit post of me looking like a right tit in sin's gonna be impressive.

P.S Missguided offer free next day shipping on orders over only £35 which is class to be fair and I am going to order some more of the vests too because they are the perfect amount of slouchy, soft, side-boobness (yes that's a thing) 


Friday, 10 August 2012


In my get up from yesterday, with a morning coffee pondering if the messy ponytail will become the new top knot...well? WILL IT!? something to think about.

//vest: Missguided//shorts & belt: Primark//trainers: New Balance via The Norse Store//cuff:H&M//chain:ASOS//watch:Michael Kors//


Tuesday, 7 August 2012


Rather nice boots, a little something Senso about them but without the hefty price tag, these come in at £29.99. 


Friday, 3 August 2012


Went out with work and busted out them Zara camo prints, I reckon these pants have gotta be dressed up a bit or it's all going to go a bit military store/90's girl band which frankly would be pretty shit so I wore then with a strappy side boob vest (it's the new cleavage don't you know) and some black ankle boots.

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Wednesday, 1 August 2012


When the Isabel Marant wedge trainers first came out I hated them with a passion, like reeallly hated them, I used to literally snarl at the computer screen whenever I would scroll past a photo of them, and then this happened...cue Elle Ferguson, top dog visual merchandiser and all round uber aussie babe (who I have blogged about before) instagram-ing her fine self and rocking the black pair in a way I can totally get on board......
instagram: elle_ferguson

and this happened..River Island £40
instagram: babesdoepicshit
Still not sure how I feel about them I want to try and get some low-slung skinny jeans like Elles Bassike pair, I think I'm gonna check out Topman for a cheap pair. 



10.Deep SS12
10.Deep SS12
10.Deep SS12

I like the way these mens brands have styled up the ladies with their collections for this summer and upcoming autumn/winter. New Yorks 10.Deep and Parisian label Brooklyn We Go Hard showin' love to the ladies gets a thumbs up from me. I love the polka dot BWGH shirt, on the look out for something similar.