Now, if you follow me over on Instagram, you’ll know I’m a Ganni girl! Ok, not exactly. Well for starters…
Some of my favourite tops that I’ve had for years are from H&M. I get a lot of my basics like vest tops, pjs and even some bits for my little girl. When they have their new season stock in, in the past I’ve definitely go a bit mad.
Did anyone else recently see ’73 questions with Kim and Kanye’ and think gosh, what a boring house. Cold white walls and floors, large open unoccupied spaces and not a hint of personality in sight.
It doesn’t have to cost the earth. Take this one for example; warm, elegant and guaranteed to get you a compliment…
From high vis to vintage tweed, deconstructed designs to high shine trenches, of course we each have a preferred style. Ahh, the humble coat. ‘Tis the season to get them out and of course, we each have a favourite (by ‘a’ favourite, I mean, probably, like three).
Although a few colourful dresses have slowly crept into my wardrobe of late (as you’ll have seen on my IG) denim, white and camel pieces are still firm fixtures in my day to day wear. The tones are even filtering through into my accessories too, replacing the black, navy and other dark and moody, winter shades.
For me, personal development comes in stages. Probably like you, sometimes I get this light bulb moment where things that used to frustrate me and seem complicated now seem easy and quick.
I adore style books so my home is full of them! In a bid to spend less time online I’m loving a good fashion read right now.
From high heels right through to gender neutral puffa jackets; whether it’s mustard, buttery hues or bright lemon there are so many new pieces in my wardrobe this Spring!
People have insecurities and I see it all the time in my line of work. Which is fine. In fact many of us find it difficult to say what’s our style and what’s not. Is it because we don’t know what suits us? Because we don’t know what we ‘should’ be saying and what’s in fashion?
With the rise of the Insta famous an outfit can go viral literally within seconds. More and more bloggers continue to challenge what’s hot and what’s not, creating their own style and now retailers are paying attention.
Sponsored Urban street style. No longer the reserve of teens or a representation of youth culture, these days it’s everywhere we look. Sported by women of all ages and frequently luxed-up with some high end pieces, it’s no wonder the likes of Gucci, Givenchy and Saint Laurent are selling out of their sneakers! Demand […]
A huge thank you to Jacques Vert for including SassyInTheCity.com in their ‘Style Edit’ as one of the four ‘Style Muses’. I’m in good company alongside three cool bloggers…