Wednesday, 31 August 2011


I was on the ASOS blog today, doing a sort of embarassing ~blogger~ pose!

Headscarf - vintage, Poncho - Vila, Brogue creepers - ASOS, Blouse - M/Olive

Sorry for the lack of posts lately, there is so much I want to write about but so little time. My landlord is being a nightmare and between writing letters to them (the Law degree is coming in handy) and preparing for a big  meeting at work tomorrow, time has been scarce.
I really cannot wait to share the photos from the Street Art tour I took last weekend in East London, it was truly inspirational!
In other news, I've just booked a trip to New York for my landmark birthday which is looming, please give me your must sees (and in particular your must shops!).

Normal service will resume this weekend, it's a promise. Thanks for continuing to read and hi to my new readers! 

Wednesday, 17 August 2011


So I had my heartbroken again and decided it was time for a change.

I feel like I'm channelling my 15 year old self, though my hair is thanking me that I've upgraded from Wella Colour Mousse.

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Saturday, 6 August 2011


My favourite lip colour for Summer:

Friday, 5 August 2011


Buying things in two colours is the ultimate in materialism (I'm sure I've said this before) but I love this maxi kimono jacket so much, I'm wearing it today in a different colourway! (This is what I wore at the weekend).

Jacket - Oh My Love
Shorts - Flying A
Body - ASOS
Trainers - Nike
Peace Necklace - Urban Outfitters
Quartz Necklace - Cuba

Thursday, 4 August 2011


Thinking of doing something crazy - like DIY in my own bathroom crazy.

Or maybe I'll just go to Bleach London and let them have their way with me.

Wednesday, 3 August 2011


The colour clashing in the Acne Resort show is just dreamy! Cos will be all over this in an instant.


I love Random Acts of Kindness by Danny Wallace, so Art on the Underground's latest project really appeals to me. Artist Michael Landy has selected real stories of kindness on the tube and displayed them in trains and stations. It's so rare for people to even talk on the tube, it's quite heartwarming to read the stories.

Read more about the project and read the stories on the Art on the Underground website

Images from Art on the Underground

Tuesday, 2 August 2011


Calléjon de Hamel is an amazing street in Havana known as the centre of Afro-Cubanism. I was lucky enough to visit it in person while I was in Cuba. The work of Cuban artist Salvador Gonzáles Escalona the murals and sculptures there are heavily influenced by the Cuban religion, Santeria and were created using available paint and every day objects, bathtubs, old tills..
On Sunday's you can see people dancing to the rumba rhythms which is said to invoke the Orishas (Santeria Gods).

(Check out the voodoo doll under the pavement and the tiger striped cat who seemed to fit in with his surroundings..)

All photos taken by me. Use with credit please.

Monday, 1 August 2011


Sometimes it's all in the accessories. I had a little splurge recently.

1. Watch by Toy Watch, bangle by Low Luv x Erin Wasson
2. Ring by House of Harlow
3 & 4. Liberty print dunks by Nike