Some extra pics from Friday’s sneaker shot as promised. True to the name of this post I kept it casual, threw on a plain long sleeve tee and a light bomber coat paired with boyfriend jeans. SNUG! On another note, I hope you guys are having a great weekend. So far mine has been pretty cosy. I gym’d it on Friday night and again yesterday, which was an absolute killer! Me and El had a 2 hour session with our personal trainer. It was so hard but so, so good! I’m paying for it now though…
Enjoy the rest of your weekend and Happy International Women’s Day to each and every single one of you ladies out there :)
We’re a little late with our petit rendezvous over 2014. Looking back on it now though, it was such a good year for both of us. Today we simply want to thank you for continuing to follow our journey into bloggersphere. We’re looking forward to keeping you entertained this year, the next and hopefully those that will follow after that.
As always, all the best.
Happy Wednesday guys!
As you can see, I’m keeping it cool, calm and collected today in a simple pair of jeans and tee, matched with a faux fur coat and hat. The pop of colour on my nails are brightening up these grey January days and keeping me smiling for now.
Faux fur coat – Zara
Long sleeve top – ASOS
Leigh jeans – Topshop
Skater shoes – H&M (unavailable online)
Chain bag – & Other Stories
New year, new beginnings! This is what I wore on New Year’s Day. Zara cream coat that i purchased back in September, thrown over comfy knit and my staple black jeans, heels and Michael Kors bag.
Hope you all have a great week back at work!
Coat | Jumper | Jeans | Heels (Zara old) | Ring | Bag
Happy Friday everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful time with your loved ones last couple of days. And to think about it we still have a week of festivities left!
You know me and fur! This Zara fluffy vest is made of dreams. Its warm …so soft…I am in heaven every time I wear it! And i don’t care that i look like a one massive marshmallow :)
Fur vest | Poloneck | Jeans | Shoes | Bag | Sunglasses
Unlike a lot of my colleagues I do love an office christmas party! It’s a perfect time to mingle with your friends, have a few drinks and perhaps talk to new faces that you’ve never had a chance to speak to. This year we had our Christmas get-together in a pub by Tower Bridge, so perhaps i was a little over dressed, but hey, it’s that time of year when you can get away with it!
My Zara TRF dress with layered skirt is still available online, but now only in navy, which i think still makes it a banger of a dress!
Dress | Heels | Bag
It feels so good to be back and blogging. Last couple of months have proven to be very busy, but I am happy that I can finally make time for blog, which i love!
So this is what I wore to the office the other day. I absolutely adore this Topshop blouse in flower and feather print. Colours are very autumnal which makes dressing it, for a colour-phobe like me, quite easy. I paired it with my shaggy H&M waistcoat, Topshop Moto jeans and over the knee boots.
Top| Waistcoat | Jeans | Boots (amazon, old) | Bag | Earrings | Ring
So November came and went in the blink of an eye, literally. I don’t really know where the month went but it was a good one at that. I’ve booked a trip to Berlin over New Years, exciting! Berlin has always been a favourite city of mine so spending NYE there will be pretty epic although I’m going to have to practice wearing practical, warm clothing more similarly to what I’m wearing today. Typically I would have paired this cute jumper dress with some chunky boots but its.just.too.cold! December’s has always been a month when comfort comes first so the heels may be on hold for a while.
Hope you have a great weekend beauts!
Knited tunic dress – Topshop; Skater shoes – Topshop; Brooch – Miss Selfridge (old); Fedora hat – H&M
A fitted top, structured skirt and minimalistic heels – sometimes you’ve just got to keep it classic and clean. The drop in the temperature has encouraged me to play with texture instead of colour. So today, I’m keeping it simple with a little black number. Couldn’t resist a hint of colour though, hence the nails. Bisous beauts, have a great day!
Wearing: Black Shirt – Similar here; Structured Skirt – H&M; Hollywood Heels – ASOS
Morning team. Happy Thursday!
The irony of these preppy schoolgirl photos is that… I have finally finished my studies!! I’ve spent the past two years juggling a lot of important things and my masters was one of them. For me, Summer was a time to knuckle down. Last Monday, however, marked my emancipation and since I have been spending my time enjoying being a normal twenty-six year old. And it feels good! Now, I’m looking forward to indulging in all of my hobbies, with Team Coup number one on my list.
For details on the outfit see the original post here!
Pretty in pink? No, i’m a panther in pink!
There comes a time in every mans life when he’s unwillingly forced to change his style and keep up with the trends. Pressure from the lady friend to try new things (usually along the lines of “babe, Harry is soo stylish, you should get some tips from him” or she takes matters into her own hands and starts buying you clothes) are the triggers to this ‘male style’ crisis.Crisis?! What crisis? Just put on a pink blazer and strut down the high street smooth as a panther would. Here i am in a Zara slim fit blazer, complimented with a plain white stretchy shirt from Zara, along with pair of skinny jeans from River Island.
I’m wearing a pair of combination desert shoes courtesy of Zara in a black suede and leather look. They are style meets comfort and thats a combination that agrees with my feet.
Ctrl, over & OUT!
Combination desert shoe – Zara
Skinny jeans – River Island
Pink Blazer – Zara
Stretch white shirt – Zara
This is my look from last Saturday afternoon. Featuring my ultimate favourite coat from River Island. Love it so much that one day I will clone it in every colour possible.
I’m wearing, River Island waterfall coat (old), Zara top, Calzedonia leggings and grey suede heels from Next.