Monday, 25 August 2014


I'm not really one for wearing tight clothes. Felt a bit odd in this ensemble, wore it for date night, feasted at Tramshed and then hugely regretted wearing something so tight as I couldn't even finish my dessert. 

The jacket is from Marks and Sparks. I've had it since I was 5 years old  - no idea how it fit me then. Maybe it was an oversized bomber style jacket... maybe I was a cool kid?!! The label says 'St Micheals Age 5-6 years.' I've been styling a shoot with M&S this week... should have snuck my wee cute jacket into the shoot somehow!

Umm sorry, some pics are a little out of focus. Like I said last week - Imperfections add character :) It's not about the photography or my skin colour, it's just about the clothes. 

Top: Boohoo // Skirt: Primark // Heels: ASOS // Jacket: Vintage Marks and Spencer // Lips bag: Charlotte Olympia // Belt: Topshop


  1. You look wonderful - loving the colour combination! How on earth did that jacket fit you as a child? Magic jacket perhaps! ;)

    1. Why thank you :) I have no idea how the jacket fit and can't find any evidence of me wearing it as a child..... X

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