Sunday, 10 August 2014


Top from left to right:

Catalina Off Shoulder Skate Dress, £38
Because off the shoulder anything shows you have class with a hint of sexy

Elwin Miniature Bag, £215
After seeing this brand at London Fashion Weekend I fell in love with how they use salvaged fabrics and transform them into beautifully crafted bags that are environmentally friendly too. This bag especially is a great investment coming in a range of colours for everyone!  

Lancôme Grandiôse Wide-Angle Fan Effect Mascara, £24.50
This newest release from Lancôme is worth every penny! The 'Swan Neck' wand helps you reach every eyelash with ease allowing you to define and lengthen them. Taking off this mascara doesn't irritate the eyes either which is even better! Definitely my best buy of the summer thus far!

M1lk Restaurant in Balham, Breakfast for two around £15
Just the perfect place for a good filling brunch with the best fritters ever (note: they are the only good fritters I've ever tasted, and I try everything!).

Thuggin Purse, $15
That rose gold mixed with the street cred slogan makes for a must have purse!

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Tickets from £19
If you haven't read the book, do that now! As one of my favourite books I would highly recommend this easy fast read that is eye opening to aspergers syndrome. For those of you who thought the book was good, the play is even better! I don't want to be a spoiler so you are just going to have to take my word for it and book a ticket!

French Perfume Wall Decor Original Illustrations, £16.25
Such a lovely addition to any room or hallway creating that parisian vibe, and a great price for three prints!

Spiral Bracelet, £18
Wear with an all black jumpsuit and long gold necklace for a chic look. Check out & Other Stories for more great minimalist pieces.    

Serge4Gandys All Seeing Eye Flipflops, £24 
Gandys is an amazing charitable company by humble founders Rob and Paul Forkan who lost their parents in the 2004 tsunami and had to walk their way back to civilisation for a week. 10% of all profits go to the Gandys Foundation, which raises money for impoverished children around the world. After reading their story in the September issue of Tatler and then seeing their funky refreshing designs online (this one collaborates with MIC Proudlock's brand Serge DeNimes) I was sold.

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