Saturday 31 August 2013


 Print clashing is something that can go terribly well, or terribly wrong - I like to think this clash went well, however you can be the judge of that! haha Paisley is such a beautiful print that I just kinda thought 'The more the better!' Right? 
If you follow me on Twitter you might know that I got a new lens  (50mm f.18, for the camera nerds) and I am delighted with it! I love the way these photos turned out, I think they look more professional, per say - what do you think?
Hope you're doing well, don't forget to follow me here on Bloglovin' for updates - happy Saturday!

Kimono: Sparkle and Fade - similar here
Top: Mango similar here
Shorts: Asos - similar here and here
Shoes: Superga

Sunday 25 August 2013


Hello everyone! I haven't uploaded this week as I really wanted to spend as much time as I could with my family - family holiday's for us are few and far between. Nevertheless, I'm back from Cornwall -I can't wait to show you just how beautiful it was- and I'm back with a new outfit! Denim has an uncanny ability to casual-ify an outfit like no other material. Nothing says casual better than a pair a jeans, right? I've been wearing my Superga's all Summer long paired with -chipped- white nail polish, of course. There's just something so delightfully, well, Summery about a good tan and the crisp, clean colour that is white. I am obsessed. 
Hope you've all had a great week, as always thank you for reading, commenting, following, laughing, whatever it is that you're doing, THANK YOU!

Dress: TK Maxx - similar here and here
Denim Shirt: M&S (boys..shh) similar here and here
Shoes: Superga

Friday 16 August 2013


Although being in front of the camera is heaps of fun, I really love being behind it also! The other day  friend of mine and I decided to take our cameras and little to no plans and just see where the wind took us - we ended up walking for miles whilst chatting happily away and snapping pictures between conversations of many, many a thing. Here's a little insight to the city of Newcastle and it's surroundings - we found the most adorable cafe called '99' serving homemade burgers, soups, sweet potato chips and so on; I recommend it hugely, and props to the really friendly staff!
I'm off to beautiful Cornwall tomorrow I'll be taking far too many pictures I'm sure. Hope you're all doing well, and happy Friday!
PS. if you follow me on Twitter you may know that my blog has been reviewed, I'd love you to give it a read here!

Monday 12 August 2013


From the pleated floral skirt to the mock croc cross body bag to the bowed ballet flats - every part of this outfit to me screams 'classic' the type of outfit that will remain stylish years from now. After the invasion of the granny slippers which, holding both hands firmly up, I admit I also partook in - the ballet flats have been pushed aside,  however in my opinion there's nothing more 'classic', more elegant but at the same time sweetly innocent than a simple pair of ballet flats. Whilst browsing Stylight I came across some adorable ballet flats, some more daring than others there's a perfect fit for everyone. 
Although style constantly changes, there will always be certain aspects which will remain timeless throughout the change - what is your 'classic' item?
Hope you've had a great weekend and are enjoying your summer as much as I am, happy Sunday!

Jumper: Pibernat
Skirt: Monica's
Ballet Flats: Next (similar here)
Bag:  ILEX

Wednesday 7 August 2013


After spending the morning at the port we ventured off to the beach (La Malvarrosa) to lay down and catch a few rays, dipping our toes in the warm Mediterranean sea and taking a million and one stupid photos. To me, photos are like memories, and being able to capture moments - no matter how silly they may be - is something very precious. I encourage you to take at least one picture everyday, you'll thank me when you're older, I promise!
Thank you for your sweet comments, I read and appreciate everyone! Happy Wednesday!

Bikini Top: Oysho - similar here
Skirt: Zara - similar here
Hat: Monica's - similar here

Saturday 3 August 2013


Another place that I love in Valencia is the Mercado Central - here you can find fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, meat as well as a whole variety of home-made goods. It's  not the cheapest but you can really tell how fresh the produce is. If you're ever in town, it's definitely worth a visit!