Sunday, 19 March 2017

Chill Breeze





*Shoutout and a major thanks to my beautiful friend Alicja for taking these pictures for me.

As the warmer weather hits London, I seem to be reaching for my Faux Leather Jacket more and more; although London is guilty for always keeping a chilly breeze handy, I have been layering underneath. I loved this outfit because I layered one of my favourite bodysuits which has this amazing lace detail at the neckline under one of my comfiest jumpers. My jumper comes down to a pretty regular length at the neckline, but as the bodysuit is a lace turtleneck it peeks out which I think is so flattering and a great way to bring in a little more detail to a simple outfit.

I also bought my first pair of vans a couple of weeks ago and have been wearing them non-stop trying to get them to loosen up a little and a little cosier, it's working slowly but surely!

Other outfit details are listed below as usual!

Hat // Topman (Similar)
Bodysuit // Minx
Jumper // Forever 21
Jacket // Topshop (Similar)
Jeans // Topshop
Shoes // Vans 

Friday, 24 February 2017

Ruby






I know I don't wear colour often but I've recently been having a thing for red. This bodysuit is from Topshop and I got it towards the end of summer last year. It's perfect to dress up fora night out or down for brunch with the girls. For this look I styled it with a new jacket I got from Underated at the end of last year. This 20 pocket is so comfy and  I love that the pocket sized are actually functional as well as being a super cool design feature. 

Full details below as usual.

Bodysuit // Topshop
Jacket // Underated
Jeans // Topshop
Shoes // Public Desire

Sunday, 12 February 2017

Think A Little Pink


    




With the weather being as cold as it is, I thought it would be nice to share a semi casual outfit that wasn't all about how many layers I'm wearing. This cute lace bodysuit is from Topshop, and I actually have the black one as well which I got last year during the summer, and while they were having their sale at the end of last year they had a few of these up so I picked one up. 

This outfit is great for a date night or a night out; I love wearing a nice bodysuit with a comfy pair of jeans if I need to dress up a little but still want to be comfortable and still looks put together well. 

How do you guys like dressing bodysuits? I love to know! 

Outfit details are down below as usual.

Bodysuit // Topshop
Jacket // Topshop
Choker // Handmade
Jeans // Topshop
Shoes // Public Desire (Not pictured)

Thursday, 26 January 2017

Silver Stars







One of my favourite ways to dress up a cosy outfit is by throwing a pair of heels on. I honestly love the way dressed down outfits look with a good pair of heels and sometimes that's enough of a statement. I eel like I've had this jumper forever which is almost true. I got this from Forever 21 about three years ago now and it's still in the same condition it was when I first got it and I still love it just as much as then as well. It just shows when you find a good item of clothing,  no mater the price, if you do take care of it and it's made well, it can have a very long life in your wardrobe.

Outfit details will be posted below as always.

What are some of your favourite ways to dress up a cosy outfit?

Jumper // Forever 21
Leggings // New Look
Shoes // Public Desire
Choker // Handmade




Saturday, 17 December 2016

A Piece of Me


A little while ago I shared these images with you guys which Marianne and I worked on together and I wanted to share the remaining images I had. The story behind the images were all based on a my relationship with my cultural heritage (South Asian) and how I relate to it for an upcoming exhibition Marianne will be holiday. These images are by far some of my favourite that any has ever taken of me and I hope you enjoy them as much I enjoyed being a part of this project with Marianne. Have a look at her website and Instagram for more amazing work. 




Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Skin Tones







I don't usually wear anything other than black or white, however, I have been exploring nude tones more recently. None of the items worn are necessary new, except the shoes which I purchased over summer, but I never really tend to keep to one tone or shade that isn't black, white or sometimes grey so I thought it was worth the share. 

I think wearing different shades of the same palette is a really modern and alternative way of wearing and executing a minimal wardrobe. This obviously doesn't have to be nude but can also be colours such as navy or pink, etc. It looks well put together as well as being comfortable and guaranteed to not clash your colours if they're all shades of the same colour. I find that in case of nude, it also ensures that you don't have the "naked" look down when someone sees you from afar, it's never a nice situation. 

Top // Borrowed (more like stolen) from a friend
Tights // ASOS
Shorts // River Island (from a few years back) 
Shoes // Public Desire 

Sunday, 6 November 2016

Paris Day 3




My camera died on my last day in the city, forcing me to have an amazing time instead of worrying about documenting enough, which we can all fall into the habit of, especially a photography lover like myself. This is also the reason I don't have many photos of my last day in Paris, although I wasn't in the city, my family and I spent out last in Disneyland, which was incredible. Since it was a super fun and casual day, I kept my outfit fitting. I kept it super casual and comfortable and it was a good job I did since the day was adventure packed and really heavy, being comfortable in what I was wearing made it that much easier.

Details below as always.

Shirt // TK Maxx
Tank Top // Primark
Leggings // Primark
Socks // Nike
Shoes // Nike Mayfly Woven