Kym Barrett & Catherine Martin – costume design legends ❤️‍🔥

This may not come as a surprise, but 99% of my judgment on films is formulated by how good the costume design is. A persons outfit says so much about their character, their background, their status and their intentions, it’s a huge box to tick in terms of how the character is portrayed throughout theContinue reading “Kym Barrett & Catherine Martin – costume design legends ❤️‍🔥”

Tribute to the pearl bag, 2018-2022 🤍

This might sound a bit dramatic, but it comes with a great deal of sadness to announce the retirement of my beloved Skinnydip pearl bag, which I have worn and loved dearly for the past few years. Here lies a few words I’ve dedicated to my trusty bag. I bought the bag whilst on aContinue reading “Tribute to the pearl bag, 2018-2022 🤍”

Jacquemus pink 🌺

It’s a colour that’s been a firm favourite for the past few years running, from the whole neon colours trend of 2019, to a more muted baby pink since then. Yet even still, there’s a particular shade of pink that has stuck around no matter the season or trend, and I like to refer toContinue reading “Jacquemus pink 🌺”

Spring/Summer trend forecast 2022

As January is being a typical never ending January, I thought it would be fun to discuss what exciting fashion themes will be popping up within the next few months (besides the inevitable pastel colours and layering that is). The general consensus is that this year there’s a heavy concentration on interesting trims and professionalContinue reading “Spring/Summer trend forecast 2022”

Spring at Zara

For the first ‘new in’ post on my blog for a while, it only makes sense to combine two of my favourite things: Spring and Zara. I feel a bit late to the Zara train, since I only properly started shopping there when I moved to Leeds a year and a half ago (I guessContinue reading “Spring at Zara”

Gender stereotyped clothing

Apologises for being late to the conversation, but 2 months ago the hot topic of discussion was Harry Styles and the flamboyant aesthetics of his editorial for American Vogue. The content was modern, given that he was the first male to appear on the front cover, but the concept wasn’t new at all. Not forContinue reading “Gender stereotyped clothing”

“Camp” Met Exhibition Review

It wasn’t long after the Coronavirus outbreak had affected the wider population that the Metropolitan Museum of Art took action to postpone this year’s gala. As the heartbreak for the biggest event in fashion is present, I thought that I would at least share some form conversation relating to the night in which we allContinue reading ““Camp” Met Exhibition Review”

A week of style prompts with Lucy Harbron

Hello hello, I’m back with a new post and this time it’s a collab! A dear internet friend of mine, Lucy Harbron, proposed the idea of us recreating a series from Man Repeller, in which we give each other not-so-typical styling prompts for each day of the week. Each of these themes were peculiar enoughContinue reading “A week of style prompts with Lucy Harbron”

Sewing basics: everything you’d need to start sewing

Hello hello, I know its been quite some time. If you didn’t know, I’ve been working on a new venture over on youtube where I’ve been sharing some of my fashion design projects, which I’m glad to hear that you’ve been loving! Along with your kind words theres also been a few questions surrounding resources,Continue reading “Sewing basics: everything you’d need to start sewing”

Are you dressing up or dressing down?

Hello once again lovely people, I really hope that things are going somewhat smoothly for you at this point in time. I try to maintain this space to work as a form of escapism for some of you, so I thought I’d tackle a subject that I’ve seen circling around the fashion side of socialContinue reading “Are you dressing up or dressing down?”