Commitment - a word that's both terrifying and exciting. I don't necessarily think of myself as a commitmentphobe, but more phobic of the first step in being committed - taking the plunge, as it were. I'm not scared of being commited, but I'm scared of the actual committing. Does that make sense? Psychology is so… Continue reading Inkbox – A Commitmentphobe’s Wet Dream
The band tee - a surprisingly versatile wardrobe staple; a piece of clothing deserving of being hung up rather than bundled in a drawer. Other than just being universally comfortable, band tees are also a statement. When you see someone wearing a band tee, they're telling you something about themselves. Yeah, I know you shouldn't… Continue reading How to Style: The Band Tee
I think my handbag collection is a relatively healthy size. It may not be the most diverse collection in terms of design and colour, but every piece serves a purpose and has a story. I'm also not someone who'll spend serious cash on a bag, but my collection isn't made of £10 designer dupes from… Continue reading So Many Handbags, Too Little Outings
I can't be the only one whose seen the term "blue light" floating around, or the slew of Instagrammers showing off their #spon blue light glasses a lot more lately, right? (Ironically, this is not a #spon post, just so we're clear.) Because of my job, I spend roughly ten hours a day on my… Continue reading Blue Light Glasses – A Fashionable Fad, or The Real Deal?
I remember at the very beginning of lockdown when everyone was talking about how much money we would all save since all the shops were shut and we couldn't go out to eat all the time. HA! LIES! Because I've had some extra cash lying around, I have been a little spend-happy (when am I… Continue reading Lockdown Purchase Rundown
I love a good blazer, don't you? They can level up any outfit, turning jeans and a t-shirt into a smart-casual work outfit, or a simple LBD into a staple date night look. I feel very powerful and present when I wear my blazer, which feeds into my weird association between blazers and "being an… Continue reading How to Style: The Tan Blazer
Aaaah, leopard print. The print I swore years and years ago when I was wee and naïve that I'd never wear because I thought it looked "trashy" whenever I saw Kat from Eastenders wearing it, or "cheap" even though I saw rich, snobby ladies in movies wearing leopard print coats. Then I saw Helen Anderson's… Continue reading How to Style: The Leopard Print Midi Skirt