MKA Olsen Update.

My ultimate faves (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen if you weren’t aware) have been appearing all over the place (at least in my life) in recent weeks so I took it as a good sign to share some pictures of what styles they’ve been rocking.

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As usual, everything is chic, casual, cool and totally them.

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If there’s one thing we can all learn from these power twins, it’s so own your style and to just go with it.



Olivia Palermo X The Edit.

Olivia Palermo is on the cover of net-a-porter’s weekly The Edit and I love it.


While the accompanying article didn’t actually say a whole lot (in fact it didn’t actually say anything), the pictures and outfits in particular more than made up for it.

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It was interesting seeing Ms P styled in ways that we’re not usually used to seeing her, proving that she looks good in just about everything.


For more from the shoot (and the irrelevant article), check it out here.




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Aamaya by Priyanka Scorpio Earring.

As a proud Scorpio I love finding my star sign in the form of cute wearable accessories that aren’t over the top. Take Aamaya by Priyanka’s rose-gold plated stud earring; small, chic with a touch of bling, it’s the perfect addition to any woman’s trinket box and ear. I’ll take two please!


Not a Scorpio (that’s a shame, poor you…) don’t worry because there are other zodiac sign earrings to choose from.




There’s a new brand I’m obsessed with and it goes by the name Kitri.

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Born out of the inability to find well-made clothes that don’t cost an arm and a leg, Kitri was created to fill a void in the market for young professional women who didn’t want to sacrifice style just because their bank accounts didn’t agree – this is something every woman can relate to.


Naturally upon first glance at the dresses I fell head over heels in love with the collection and already started creating a wish list of pieces to buy once payday came around. So what exactly makes this brand so special? Well for one, the brand interacts directly with the customers meaning prices are much lower because there’s no “middle man”. Additionally, you can expect to find great designs that are feminine and girly but not too delicate, as well as staples every girl needs in her life.

Gala Black Cold Shoulder Cocktail Slip Dress by KITRI Studio    Gala Pink Cold Shoulder Cocktail Slip Dress by KITRI Studio

What’s more is that with a limited number of pieces produced, you don’t have to worry about seeing someone else in the same outfit as you – another thing every woman can relate to – unless they are equally as stylish as you are 😉 PLUS, with an update collection coming once a week, you can be sure that your wardrobe is the freshest, chicest one around town.

Black 90's cami slip dress by KITRI studio  

Watch this space because you can expect to be seeing some of this brand’s chic pieces on here in the nearby future. Check them out here.



Head Over Mules In Love.

It’s no secret that mules have become all the rage in recent months, much like it’s no secret that my love for the peculiar shoe is real (see posts here and here), so surely this post will not seem too out of the ordinary. A couple of weeks ago while updating my net-a-ports wish list, I came across these bad boys. Now, as much as I love me some mules, the heel has to be a particular height otherwise I’m not interested, but there was something about these Alexander Wang mules that grabbed my attention. Could it be the cut-out heel or the fabulous feather detailing? Or the fact that a few days prior I had found myself mysteriously mesmerised by Loeffler Randall’s low heeled sandals?



I’ll never know. But one thing I do know is that my love for mules is no longer height-biased.



Pop & Suki.

Please do not ask me how I discovered this brand or why it took me so long to discover this brand because I do not know. The brainchild of two friends, Poppy and Suki, Pop and Suki is a new (not really but kind of) brand offering cool and chic bags and accessories that will make you feel just as cool and chic – or at least they definitely should because these pieces are UH-MAZ-ING.

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Case in point their camera bag which I am totally OBSESSED with. Not only is it the perfect size for hanging out with friends or going on a date (it’s small enough to not be bulky, but still big enough to fit an iPhone 6 Plus and a passport – perfect for those last minute getaways 😉 ) but it can be worn in a multitude of different ways i.e.: a bum bag, a backpack, a cross body, a clutch, a mini bag or a side bag – the possibilities really are endless with this. AND not to mention you can also get your name printed on the bottom!!! The thing I love most about the camera bag is that you can really personalise it however you want thanks to the choice of straps, colours, accessories and print you choose. Naturally I’m drawn to the pink aptly names Cotton Candy (even though I want one in every colour), that I can already picture myself wearing every day; and I’m also loving the wide strap and the short tassels.

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Prices for these bags are kind of high (they start at £164.02) but are definitely worth the investment. I haven’t seen many reviews for this bag and the site only has a few pictures of its exterior, but I’m still extremely excited about this bag.

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I love how cute and girly these bags are and really cannot wait until I can own one. And just like that another item has been added to my wish list. Watch this space…




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Obsessed With: Maggie Marilyn.

So, there I was, minding my own business, scrolling through the recently added section on net-a-ports (as you do), adding things to my wish list, when I kept coming across such distinctly feminine yet not super girly pieces. I soon discovered that coincidentally, all these great pieces I was coming across, were all from New Zealand based brand, Maggie Marilyn. Practically still a baby (it was only launched in 2016), the line is sold exclusively on net-a-porter which helps add to its charm.


While I’m not usually a fan of ruffles – I find them too messy and unnecessary – there is something about MM’s ruffled pieces that makes me want to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe with nothing but ruches and frills.

I can’t wait to see more from this brand in the future. Check out more of the collection here and here.