Last week I was invited over to a blogger event in London. I find London style is far more paired back and I wanted something simple as it was an early (5 am) start but also elegant and a little different.
I love polkadots, always have, always will. This season they are everywhere and I've made a few additions to my wardrobe to include this top and this dress. I know they are pieces I will love for years to come.
The one failsafe in my calender is our annual Girl's Christmas Dinner. It's been consistently kept for over a decade and even though now there are babies, husbands and careers to negotiate with, we never miss it.
I've never been too trend driven. As I've discussed before I hate the idea of being a slave to trends or buying disposable clothing. I'm into pieces that will last and that I can turn to time and time again and that will become mainstays in my wardrobe.
On shoots I sometimes can't help but keep an eye out for new additions to my own wardrobe. Most of the time I'm really good and have perfected the art of look but don't touch or even think of taking it home but this time I couldn't resist.
Transitional clothing has been a buzzword clients have been pitching to me for the past 3 months. Writing this on a gorgeously sunny Sunday evening in October the idea of Winter clothes feels like a million miles away...
As Summer’s go weather-wise this year has not been great. Whilst there have been moments of vaguely sunny weather, it’s been pretty gloomy overall. All Summer long what has kept me going was a gorgeous invitation to celebrate the marriage of one of my best friends in Lake Como.
Attending London Fashion week has been a dream of mine for a while. Years ago when I was studying Fashion Journalism in London College of Fashion I attended some shows but in recent years the closest I got was drooling over people's Instagram's.
To say it's been a whirlwind month is putting it lightly. There have been some really exciting developments in my career but before moving on I wanted to reflect on all the good things that happened in 2015 to bring me here.