Last week I experienced my first sample sale at work and it’s fair to say that I went a little crazy but it was just so cheap, I couldn’t help myself. Anyway, I got my first pair of flares in the sample sale, not the ones above but a blue denim pair (I will pop up on here in the next few weeks). I loved them so much that on a visit to H&M I saw these amazing black denim flares and just couldn’t resist. They are so comfy and under £20! Since I bought them last week I have hardly had them off styling them with t-shirts, knits, shirts and every other top I have. My favourite combination is styling them with my sleeveless ZARA knit, because as you probably know I am a fan of all black. In all honesty as much as I love completing this look with my denim jacket if I had my leather jacket in London then I would of 100% styled it with that instead. Finally, my bag is from the sample sale at work its such a cute size and I love the fact that I can now add a subtle hint of leopard print to any outfit.

On another note this is my first OOTD post from London and it is also my first post featuring my new Topshop boots, just a heads up,  you’ll be seeing a lot of them!


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To celebrate being accepted as an ASOS all access member!!!! I decided I would do an ASOS wishlist because as always there are so many things I want from ASOS.

boots edited Edited 1 edited 2 edited 3 edited 4 edited 5 edited 6 Knit dress edited Leather Jacket edited

– 1. Black Leather Point Ankle Boots – available here
– 2. Textured Jersey Maxi Jacket – available here
– 3. Cheap Monday Chunky Stripe Knit – available here
– 4. Wide Leg Flare Jeans – available here
– 5. Sleeveless Chunky Knit Jumper – available here
– 6. Calvin Klein Sweatshirt – available here
– 7. Suede Embossed Croc Shopper – available here
– 8. Knitted Jumper Dress – available here
– 9. Oversized Biker Jacket – available here


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There are so many shirt dresses in-store just now it’s hard to find the perfect one. I picked this one up for my interview but then decided to go with culottes instead however; it is the perfect work/day/night dress so I decided to keep it. The dress is from Topshop and I absolutely love the colour, I mean my mum was certainly impressed that I had bought something that wasn’t black, white or grey.  This is such an easy outfit to shove on and style in the morning. I loved the style of the dress so much I bought a very similar dress in denim a few weeks later. I chose to go simple and style with boots and my Alexander Mcqueen bag.

I am hoping to post the denim one at some point, but I haven’t managed to find any time since moving to London to take photos of outfits. I mean this week alone I have work, bloggers london fashion week, vogue fashion night out, my birthday, my boyfriend visiting for the weekend and I am still trying to find somewhere to live. However, I will hopefully be able to find some time this weekend as this is my last post in my backlog of OOTD posts.

If anyone has any tips on how to stay on top of my blog while working please share, as right now its proving near impossible!




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Yesterday, thanks to Links of London I had afternoon tea in Selfridges. To celebrate their new afternoon tea range, they treated me to afternoon tea. I decided to go to Selfridges because well, why would you not want to go there. Right in the middle of the lower ground floor Dolly’s offers impeccably dressed waiters and a rather 1920s feel. My sister and I ordered classic afternoon tea for two which was made up of 4 finger sandwiches each, a fruit scone, a plain scone, two beautiful pastries and of course, an unlimited amount of tea.


The food was lovely especially the roast chicken sandwich however I am definitely not a fan of smoked salmon sandwiches! The pastries were amazing, in all honesty this is the main reason I chose Selfridges. Every time I walk through the Selfridges food hall I stare through the glass at the beautiful pastries. I mean you have to admit from the photo above they may look small, but they also look amazing.


So the whole point of this outing was to celebrate Links of London’s new afternoon tea range. Everyone I know who has Links of London bracelets have charms that mean something to them so when Links of London told me they had a new teapot charm my first thought was, it’s perfect for me. I drink about 6 cups of tea a day (hence why it says tea addict on my twitter profile and also on my blog), it’s definitely fair to say that I love tea. Of course, my trip to Selfridges for afternoon tea was the perfect occasion to wear my new teapot charm*.



I have only been for afternoon tea once before mainly because it definitely is a treat, although I was teasing my parents yesterday claiming that now I live in London afternoon tea in Selfridges is a regular occurrence! It was such a lovely thing for my sister and I to do, something a little different spending some time being all sophisticated with tea and scones.




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Baseball Tee




Hopefully, now I am in London the background for my blog photos will be a little more adventurous however until I settle in and get my life in some sort of order you are stuck with the wall of my parents house! So as my boyfriend pointed out this is a little bit grungy but I love this look. I have wanted a baseball tee for ages and thanks to Medusu UK* I can finally stop borrowing my little brothers as I now have my own. It’s so great as a ‘shove on’ t-shirt with jeans and trainers. This time I decided to style my black and white baseball tee * with the latest addition to my skirt collection. Although I have a similar skirt is blue denim my love of everything black resulted in me buying this one. Now I have some devastating news. After over a year of being worn nearly every day my trusty boots kind broke as one of the side straps came off. However, this does just give me an excuse to buy new boots and I got the most dreamy Topshop boots as a replacement.

Keep an eye out for my first London working life update!



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So today I had my first day working at Karen Millen as a digital content intern. As you read this I will probably be sitting on the subway half asleep. I haven’t worked full time in so long it is definitely going to be a shock to the system especially after the hectic few days I have had moving to London. I thought I would share with you what I wore to my interview. The top I am wearing has already featured in a few blogs as I absolutely love it especially the high neck. I paired it with these beautiful pink culottes from ZARA, which I bought on Oxford Street about 3 hours before my interview, I know, talk about last minute. Anyway, I have never managed to find a pair of culottes I have liked on me usually because they are too structured however these ones fit great and I like the unstructured baggy look they give. Finally, I wore my flatform Topshop sandals (which have sadly sold out so I have offered an ASOS alternative). I mainly chose to wear these because it was too hot to wear anything other than sandals that day but also cause they finished off the look perfectly. I absolutely love this outfit and will no doubt be wearing it to work until it gets too cold for sandals.




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