EMBROIDERY - TWO WAYS



EMBROIDERED PEASANT BLOUSE - ZARA (OLD SIMILAR BELOW) / JEANS - TOPSHOP / SUNGLASSES - LE SPECS / SHOPPER - MANGO (SIMILAR) / PEARLY STRAPPY SANDALS - ZARA


Rewind to a year ago when this shirt and dress were first bought and I thought embroidery was a trend that I would never get on board on with. They sat in my wardrobe forever unworn, tried on here and there but never quite making it out of the house. Fast forward and I can't seem to get enough. I've found a way to make them work within my minimalist style, a way that I can wear them and still feel like me. Not an imposter jumping on the bandwagon. The shirt was the perfect way to dip my toe in as it is quite subtle compared to others on the market and well within my colour comfort zone. I have worn this more times than I can count which has led me to think it's time I added another option to my wardrobe. Worn with my favourite jeans and my new pearl slides that I am adequately obsessed with; how could you not be? Oh and the bag, the bag that is worn with everything, fits everything and I can't stop talking about.


EMBROIDERED DRESS - ZARA (SIMILAR BELOW) / FAUX FUR SLIDERS - NEXT 


The throw on and go feel, the balloon sleeves, the length; I bought this dress because I simply couldn't not own it. It has ignited a dress love in me that I never knew I had. Anything that brings a bit of the holiday feel to home is a winner for me. As both of these embroidered items were bought last year I have scoured the internet just for you and me to find the best embroidery on the high street right now.



Next is doing some fantastic pieces at the minute and their shoes are amazing! I would definitely recommend having a look next time you're passing; this black dress is the perfect holiday piece. Are you buying into this trend?

THE PICNIC BLANKET




'People turned to bloggers because magazines were no longer relatable however magazines have now become more relatable using 'real people' and bloggers are becoming unattainable'. 

Blog photography has steadily become more and more professional and seeing as I don't have a professional photographer to hand I regularly don't post some of my favourite outfits because the photography doesn't quite meet the very high standards set. I  love fashion, I love putting outfits together, I love the feeling and confidence you get when you put a really great outfit together and I love introducing people to new brands, styles etc. When my friends and family ask me where something is from I get a little buzz and instantly fill them in on all the key details. Where it is from, how much it cost, different colour options and how long ago I bought it (will it still be in stock?) This is exactly why I started this space.

Of course I would love for my blog photography to look like it's straight off the pages of Elle and one day I hope it will but for now here is an outfit thatI shot myself, in my garden, with my little Watson (French Bulldog puppy) running around my feet.

It is the easiest outfit to wear when it comes to hot English days; a light flowy dress in a very on trend gingham print, paired with my favourite Superga trainers and this bag. I could go on and on about this bag. It is, simply put, a dream. The dress is also available in this blue floral design, it may or may not be on it's way to my house as we speak!

OUTTAKE 



SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT: THE FINISHING TOUCH



It's the cup of tea of rooms, the place where you go at the end of the day to switch off and relax. It's where cuddles with Watson happen, where the Netflix binge takes place on a Sunday. The room where the Christmas tree stands proud, gifts piled high standing to attention. Where secrets are spilled among friends across a glass of wine. Where the fire is lit on a cold winters day. The room you retreat to when all you want to do is chill. Coffee is drunk, biscuits are dunked in tea. Tears are cried, laughter is heard, big decisions are made, loneliness is felt, happiness is shared; every emotion is experienced in the living room.

It has been one of the hardest to decorate. I want a cosy welcoming room that is still in keeping with my minimalist scandi style. Whilst I am almost there, these last few pieces will really bring the room together. H&M home has forever been my go to for affordable decorative accessories; how amazing is this vase and the lantern? Both are under £10! They went straight into my basket and I am heading back to stock up on cushions immediately.

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