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Ladies in Lavender

At the moment I'm busy preparing for my play, 213 Things About Me at the Battersea Arts Centre, finishing a book and looking after my 11 month old son.  When I don't have a lot of time I find myself wearing the same few things over and over. I'm currently living in...

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Ladies in Lavender
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Spring Awakening

Now the beast from the east has mostly passed, I'm desperate to start wearing spring clothes. This last little stretch of winter is always tedious and I find myself glued to the weather forecast, hoping that the cold will ease off. I'm ashamed to say that I used to...

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Spring Awakening
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Global Womanhood: Teatum Jones AW18

A few months ago, my friends Catherine Teatum and Rob Jones asked me to be a part of their Global Womanhood Study, a short film of several interviews of a diverse group which would be shown at their AW18 show at London Fashion Week. I was delighted to be a part of...

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Global Womanhood: Teatum Jones AW18
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Playing Dress Up

Being a mum demands that I comply with some form of practicality, but I've found myself resisting this at every opportunity. When I rock up to Sing and Sign class with my son I get a few funny looks as I'm inevitably wearing something most people would consider too...

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Playing Dress Up
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Annual Blues

January is a tough month for a lot of people. No matter how hard one might try to stay positive, at this time of the year the odds are stacked against a having sunny disposition. I do my best to prepare myself and I find exercise and eating well to be useful...

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Annual Blues
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Home Work

I expected motherhood to change me profoundly and in many ways it has. My priorities have been altered forever, but I still feel like myself which is a relief as I was worried I'd lose my identity. I also was nervous about having children because I wasn't sure that...

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Home Work
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What’s in a Name?

Happy New year! It's been a shameful amount of time since my last blog. I've been busy co-writing a new book, performing a one-woman-play and looking after my infant son. I've tried not to give myself a hard time for not blogging, I have a tendency to put pressure...

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What’s in a Name?
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Wear the Walk

I never thought that the 8th month of my pregnancy would be a time for high fashion. The most outre looks are not usually created for my bulbous silhouette. Even though I'm itching to refresh my wardrobe, I don't want to buy loads of new stuff, given that I'm due...

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Wear the Walk
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Nearly There

I haven't blogged for over two weeks which is unusual for me. I was completely exhausted last week, not that being tired has ever stopped me in the past. But I've noticed pregnancy fatigue is different from anything I've ever experienced before. It's a profound...

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Body Works

I'm aware that I've only  blogged about my pregnancy recently, so I apologise to anyone who is is bored of hearing about it. But I guess having a baby is such an all consuming event, that it's to be expected. I've been galloping apace with my writing projects and...

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Week by Week

In the early stages of my pregnancy, I knew how far along I was to the day. Months later, I frequently get it wrong. I thought I was 30 weeks gone, but I've just checked my calendar and I've realised that I'm actually at week 31. This means I have one week less to...

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Pregnant Rebel

There are certain rules for how pregnant women should dress, it's supposedly prudent to choose dark colours and wear lots of stretch jersey. I have rejected these rules as they are restrictive and boring; Bretton stripes and body-con dresses are just not for me....

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Heavy Days

Despite my attempt to avoid maternity wear, I found this maternity dress on ASOS which I'm rather pleased with. I can never resist a pretty 70s vibe frock. I'm 29 weeks along and I now understand what is meant by the phrase 'heavily pregnant'. I can't get up or sit...

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An Un-Mumsy Pregnancy

My mission to dress my bump without submitting to maternity wear continues with this blouse by Teatum Jones. I didn't go to a lot of events at London Fashion Week, primarily because I'm six months pregnant and in no mood to waddle around the shows. Also, I don't...

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Teatum Jones AW17: Bodies in Motion

We are living in an era when we are on the precipice of great change and we're yet to discover where the chips may fall. It seems the triggering of Article 50 is imminent, the long term consequences of which are difficult to predict. We devour the news with...

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Boy oh Boy

As my pregnancy progresses, style blogging is becoming more challenging. I'm 6 months gone now and I'm limited in what I can wear; not that I mind. In fact, having very little choice actually saves me a lot of time. I've more or less given up on trends for the time...

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The "Glow"

Pregnancy is often sold as a magical time in a woman's life, when she glows with internal serenity. This, in my experience, is cobblers. I've been tired, grumpy, spotty and sore with muscular aches and pains. Mind you, my pregnancy has been a walk in the park...

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No Pain no Gain

I've been lucky with my pregnancy so far, as I've had relatively little nausea or debilitating fatigue. However, this past week I've had a stinking cold combined with Round Ligament Pain, which explains my somewhat scant blogging. For those who don't know, Round...

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Happy New Year!

I hope everyone had a lovely festive break. I had a quiet celebration with my family and was in bed by 11pm on New Year's Eve. Gone are the days when I'd stay up well into the small hours of January 1st, but that's fine by me. I'm now 20 weeks pregnant and my...

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Lady Di

I've realised that my maternity style icon is Princess Diana, circa 1982. I'm not usually inspired by Royal style but smock dresses, ruffles and pussy bows make sense to me right now. This dress is from my favourite Danish brand, Ganni. Once again, it's not...

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Tent Dress

As my pregnancy progresses, I've realised that my style hasn't changed that much. Apart from my cinched waist skirts, my look is pretty much the same. At first glance, one would think the uniform for pregnant women is skin-tight Bretton stripes, which wouldn't my...

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Non-Maternity Maternity

At 17 weeks pregnant I'm nearly half way there and I can't believe the time has whizzed by so quickly. Thus far, pregnancy has been pretty kind to me. I've had spells of sickness and I've felt quite tired, but compared to lots of other women, I've had it easy. I...

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Bohemian Baby

I've always been fond of a bit of boho, although the term has rather naff connotations. I think the key to a chic bohemian vibe is not to over do it with the accessories; too much jingiling jewellery can undermine the look. If I'm wearing a boho dress, I like to...

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Leather and Lace

After weeks of avoiding maternity wear, I've finally caved in and bought a couple of maternity dresses. My priorities have changed and comfort is the deciding factor; I can't bear fabric that's even slightly scratchy or clingy. This lace dress from Mamalicous is...

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Pregnancy Fitness

Over the last few years I've incorporated exercise into my daily routine. I keep fit for the obvious physical benefits, but I work out primarily for my mental health. I like to work really hard and love the rush of endorphins after going hell for leather. If I...

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Pregnancy Fitness
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Ghost of Pregnancy Future

As my pregnancy progresses, I'm becoming more disillusioned with maternity wear. A lot of the dresses fall about an inch above the knee, which suits me like socks suit a rooster. I'm still in the awkward in-between phase, where I don't really look pregnant but most...

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Bumpity Bump

I'm nearly 14 weeks pregnant and I've got a little growing bump. I ordered a bunch of pregnancy clothes this week, but I sent most of them back because they were simultaneously too tight and too baggy. There are a few maternity brands that I like, but most of the...

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An announcement

I'm pregnant! Baby HH is due in May and I'm really excited to be a mum. My husband, who has an arch sense of irony, has temporarily christened our unborn child Donald Bump. I anticipate some sartorial challenges - I've already had to give up on my skinny-waisted...

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An announcement
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No-go Logos

I went to a school with no uniform, one might have thought that this would have cultivated sartorial creativity, but we all wore more or less the same thing. It was the late 90s/early 00s, and logos were king. Levis jeans, Nike trainers and sweatshirts emblazoned...

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Eternal Classics

I'm not usually one for investing in classic pieces, I can't resist the lure of the new and flamboyant. However, I bought this coat from French Connection (similar here) six years ago and I dig it out every Autumn. I've worn it with a ribbed roll neck by Teatum...

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Velvet Underground

Years ago, I saw a beautiful 1930s vintage, midnight blue velvet dress on Ebay. I lost the ensuing bidding war, much to my disappointment. Since then, I've been on the hunt for the perfect velvet dress, and at last I've found it. This frock by Katya Dobryakova is...

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Wishy Washy

I like to make recommendations on this blog, and I would have happily endorsed this dress from Topshop. However, it shrank in the washing machine; the instructions said to wash at 40°C, I washed it at 30°C. This was a shame, as I loved the ruffles and the gold...

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Words with Friends

I recently went out for dinner with a group of friends, we had a brilliant night and I laughed till I cried. However, during a light-hearted conversation, the word ‘slut’ was bandied around. I was among people who are used to my outspoken tendencies, and they...

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Words with Friends
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Ekaterina Kukhareva SS17: Nereids

Ethereal lightness and sports-luxe aren't adjectives that often sit together, however Ekaterina Kukhareva's latest collection married the two aesthetics to a lovely effect. The presentation was set against the art deco background of the Bronte Restaurant, which...

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Ekaterina Kukhareva SS17: Nereids
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Happy Feet

I've always been fond of a good boot, this season there's a plethora of great ones to choose from. The jazzy ankle boot is a huge trend for AW16 and it's a simple way to update a classic outfit. My personal favourite are the opulent, floral brocade beauties that...

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Budget Frumps

There's nothing quite like the pleasure of a finding bargain, this 70s vintage dress was £10 on Ebay and I'm thrilled  with it. I like clothes that are just on the right side of frumpy; I love the pie-crust collar and the feather print. I've worn it with a pair of...

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The Basic Self

I've been a fan of Self-Portrait since its launch in 2013; in three short years the label's popularity has grown exponentially. Self-Portrait is now stocked at Selfridges, Net-a-Porter, Matches and ASOS, to name but a few. I've heard women who like Self-Portrait...

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It's not easy being green

At the moment, I like wearing different shades of the same colour. I've always been a fan of a pleated skirt, and despite the fact that I have many, I couldn't resist this olive green one from ASOS. I've styled it with my favourite jumper from Teatum Jones' AW16...

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Judy Wu SS17: Curve

One of the things I love about London Fashion Week, is having the chance take a close look at the clothes and talk to designers about their work. Judy Wu's latest collection was a beautiful combination of sports-luxe and exaggerated femininity. Entitled 'Curve',...

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Judy Wu SS17: Curve
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Roksanda SS17: Flow and Ebb

Roksanda Ilincic is renowned for her use of vibrant colour and inventive tailoring. SS17 was a departure from the architectural shapes of the past, with billowing swathes of fabric marking a new direction for the Serbian born designer. The colour palette was muted,...

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Changing Spots

In recent years I've become less bothered about trends; I know what suits me and I stick to it. If my look happens to be fashionable, then fine, but I certainly don't bend my style around a flippant, passing trend. That being said, leopard print is a key look this...

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Getting Lippy

Right now, I'm in the mood for red lipstick; not the bright coral-red I'd wear in the summer, but deep, berry hues that feel right for Autumn. I've been wearing a lot of Cruella by Nars and Red Volution by Bourjois. I often fit my outfit around my makeup, which...

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The Key of Life

I was gutted when Prince died, not quite as sad as I was when David Bowie passed away, but still. Good music embeds itself in the soul and becomes an essential part of life's journey. It has the power to to heal a broken heart and celebrate the good times. It's as...

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Golden Girls

I often like to dress like an old lady; pussy bows, long sleeved vintage dresses and demure skirts in loud colours are right up my street. I think that when I hit my golden years, my style will really come into its own. I love the brazen flamboyance of style...

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Early Autumn

Despite its slow start, this summer has been rather glorious. However, when the temperature goes above 28°C in London, the heat becomes uncomfortable; you feel simultaneously sticky and dusty. I shouldn't complain about the weather, given that we get so little...

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Sick Note

I've recently suffered a very nasty kidney infection. I'll spare you the details, but I've been feeling wretched since Saturday and in no condition to blog. Normal service will hopefully resume by the end of the week.

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Sick Note
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I capture the castle

There are certain looks that I revisit time and time again and the 70s frock has become a stalwart in my wardrobe. I think the 70s was the last decade of truly beautiful clothes. The 80s was brash and sometimes interesting, but not beautiful. 90s grunge was cool,...

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Skirting Around

It's very gratifying when my talented friends achieve the success they deserve. I've featured Teatum Jones on my blog dozens of times and every season, they go from strength to strength. After winning the Woolmark Prize earlier this year, Catherine and Rob's career...

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Forgotten Gems

I'm a little ashamed to admit that I sometimes forget what I have in my wardrobe. I need to have a clear out so that I can see the pieces I already own. I found this Teatum Jones SS15 dress lurking at the back of my closet; I'd forgotten how much I love it. I like...

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Holiday Dress

I've loved vintage clothes since I was a teenager, when I rummaged through Camden Market on the hunt for second-hand bargains. I bought this 70s dress from Etsy and I love it, but I've hardly ever worn it in London as it feels a bit much for the city. It reminds me...

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Sardinian Sea

I've just come back from a holiday to Sardinia, during which I gave myself a break from social media and blogging. I've always worked in the summer break, but for the first time in years, I managed to turn off my laptop and relax. That being said, I couldn't resist...

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Flora and Fauna

I've never been into sleek, minimalist chic. I think a paired back look is fabulous on other people, but it's not me. Perhaps my style will become more grown up with time, but for now I'm into floral prints and ruffles. This dress is from ASOS covers all the bases....

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Back to Floral

I've been meaning to feature this dress for ages. I bought it from ASOS a couple of years ago (similar here), and it has a Reformation vibe that I like. I go through stages of being obsessed with a particular style or print and recently, I've been living in long...

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Wild Thing

I keep telling myself  that I don't need any more pleated skirts, but I couldn't resist this one from Lily and Lionel, a brand I've recently discovered. The quality of the fabric is lovely and it's very comfortable; it's the kind of piece I'll wear all year round....

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Charity begins at home

I've always loved finding a bargain, but sadly I no longer have the time to go rummaging around Camden and Portobello markets. However, I found this little gem in my local charity shop and it was only £10. There's no label but it has a Valentino vibe, which I like....

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A Lengthy Process

I like to think that my style is constantly evolving, but there are certain things I stick to, regardless of current trends. Long skirts with nipped in waists are my go-too staples, I hardly ever wear anything above the knee. I used to rock leather mini skirts with...

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Saturday Night Fever

I used to go dancing nearly every week, but I haven't been in ages. I couldn't resist this little cracker from ASOS, although it screams disco. I'm going to organise a night out on the tiles, just so I can wear this dress. The shoes are from Aldo (similar here and...

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Kimono Joe 2.0

I've always loved Kimonos and I found an amazing one on Ebay, a couple of years ago. I wore it to a bohemian summer wedding and it went down a treat. I've been waiting for a chance to wear it again, but the occasion has yet to present itself. I like this dress by...

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The Ruffle Shuffle

I'm rather fond of the romantic trend this season, although I find that as I get older I can't get away with as many girly frills as I would like. I recently ordered a pretty Vilshenko skirt from The Outnet, which I loved. However, when I tried it on I realised...

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Light and White

I've never been one to worry too much about practicality. This dress from Needle and Thread isn't well suited for the soggy summer we're currently experiencing, but it's so lovely that I don't mind. It comes with a full length slip, but I think it would look nice...

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Wedge Salad

It will be no surprise to anyone who's followed my blog that I have a rather extensive wardrobe. Most of the things hanging in my closet are cheap vintage and high-street finds. I need to clear out the extraneous clutter and utilise the stuff I already have. I'm...

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Posing up a storm

My husband and I usually shoot in the streets around our house. Our neighbours are having their roof fixed so there were 10 builders lined up along the scaffolding, staring at me as I posed for today's post. We often attract curious looks from people passing by,...

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Precious Metals

I've always found shiny things irresistible, my magpie tenancies have recently been expressed through my makeup. I've been dusting my face with masses of Champagne Pop highlighter from Becca. One should be light handed with super shimmery makeup, but I can't leave...

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The perfect dress

Some women have a thing for handbags and will spend thousands on the latest 'It' bag. Others have a weakness for shoes, and stockpile dozens of pairs in every colour. While I'm fond of a beautiful shoe or bag, I've always loved dresses. I suppose it started when I...

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Sartorial Snafus

My style is carefully chosen via a process of trial and error. I should add that the errors have been pretty spectacular. I went through a phase of wearing bright, lurid clashing colours. One of my favourite outfits featured a sculptural, lime green dress from...

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Style vs Fashion

A few years ago, I worked at a personal styling company. My boss and I would often debate on the difference between style and fashion. She insisted they are different entities; my argument is the two cannot be separated. Of course, there are people whose classic...

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Florals for spring? Groundbreaking

My criteria for clothes used to be dictated by appearing outré, but I don't care about being fashion-forward anymore. At the moment I'm into floral prints, it's not particularly original or edgy and it bothers me not. I like the 'business in the front; party in the...

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Body Blues

I used to loathe my body and I wasted years feeling crappy about myself. I was very insecure about my pear-shaped, muscular figure; I went on ridiculous diets and slathered myself in fake tan, hoping it would make my legs look slimmer. At one point I was even...

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In the Navy

Navy and white is a classic combination for spring - I really like a breton striped t-shirt, worn with a pair of white skinny jeans and a navy jacket. Sadly, that look doesn't work on me - the proportions of my body are all wrong. This maxi dress by Saloni is my...

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Spring Awakening

It appears that Spring is finally here and I am very relieved; bobbly knitwear and heavy coats in May are depressing. I find dressing for spring/summer easier than the colder months, my hyper-feminine look is better suited for this time of year. My coat is from...

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White Pearl

I wear pleated skirts like other people wear jeans. It's perhaps a little impractical, but I feel good in a skirt. I think it's important to wear things that make you feel comfortable, regardless of what other people consider appropriate. This guy is from Topshop,...

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Tea with Jennifer

There's a prevailing look amongst women who work in fashion right now, which consists of loose three-quarter length black trousers, a baggy T or roll neck sweater, a black duster coat and a pair of box-fresh Stan Smith trainers. It's a combination of normcore and...

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Bobbing along

I've loved vintage clothes for as long as I can remember. Although I don't have time to go rummaging through Camden and Portobello markets anymore, my style is still very influenced by 20th century fashion. The 50s and 70s are my favourite decades, primarily...

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Sunday’s Child

An extract from my book, It's all going Wonderfully Well, was published in the the Mail On Sunday You Magazine. It was a surreal moment; I've yet to become accustomed to having my life experiences laid out in cold black and white. It's as though once they're off my...

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Girl meets boy

When I was a little girl I loved to wear pink, playing with My Little Ponies and covering my face in glitter. Conversely, my favourite hat was a fireman's helmet and I joined in the roughhousing games with the boys in the playground. I'm still somewhat boyish in my...

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Book Launch

After nearly two years of work, my book is being released on April 21st and I can't believe how quickly the time has passed. It's all going Wonderfully Well tells the story of my relationship with my Dad, his journey to becoming a famous actor, losing him to a...

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Book Launch
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Blow winds and crack your cheeks

The weather sometimes makes it difficult to take photos for this blog. You might think that rain and sleet would be the biggest obstacle, but there's usually a pause in the shower when my husband and I can dash outside and shoot. The wind actually is the most...

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Stretch Armstrong

I often get funny looks from people when I walk down the street and I've never really understood why. Sure, I often wear bright colours and loud prints, but in the context of some of the flamboyant people who work in the fashion industry, my look is relatively...

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Seasonal Displacement

Working in fashion often leaves one with an uneasy sense of seasonal confusion. The shops are full of spring clothes but I've been thinking about the AW16 shows. Teatum Jones' latest collection was particularly brilliant and I've been obsessing over their gorgeous...

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Same Old Same Old

One day, I'll publish an outfit post that will consist of a chic, sharply tailored trouser suit and mannish flats. However, today is not that day. My look is consistent, although I sometimes get a little bored of my style. I've tried to mix it up in the past, but...

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Tightly Bound

Years ago, I used to dress in skin tight, body-con clothes. My 80s inspired look consisted of short dresses worn with thigh-high, stretch boots, topped off with a shoulder-padded, vintage jacket. When I look back on pictures now I cringe, but I enjoyed it at the...

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The Ruffle Shuffle

When I have my picture taken for my blog, I often attract curious looks from people passing, especially when the weather is biting and squally. I have to wait until there's a pause in the sleet and dash outside, take the shots and scuttle indoors before I freeze. I...

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Street Life

When I started going to London Fashion Week, I dressed for the benefit of the street style photographers who swarmed around Somerset House. Sometimes my look would get a lot of attention, which gave me a fleeting feeling of validation. But it was a bogus compliment...

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Time Capsule

Recently I've noticed a few bloggers and vloggers talking about their tightly edited capsule wardrobes. This movement towards stringent organization is partly inspired by Marie Kondo's The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up. Kondo's book extolls the virtues of the...

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Teatum Jones AW16: When Irish eyes are smiling

Teatum Jones recently won the prestigious Woolmark Prize, which is not only a stamp of approval from the industry, but also provided a $100,000 cash injection. Previous winners have been Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent. As always, Rob Jones and Catherine...

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The Hidden: Georgia Hardinge AW16

There are certain cliched phrases that I try to avoid, primarily because they make me shudder. However, 'classic with a twist' often comes to mind during Fashion Week. Although I find the expression is loathsome, it succinctly epitomises the work of some rather...

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Judy Wu: Flying High

Judy Wu's shows have become a highlight of London Fashion Week, and I always look forward to seeing what she'll do next. Judy continues to celebrate strong women, and her AW16 collection was inspired by the female pioneers of aviation, Amelia Earheart and Amy...

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Modern Retro

I've always been passionate about vintage fashion, however I haven't bought any vintage for a long time. These days I don't have the time to rummage through Ebay, Etsy or the second hand shops that used to be my regular haunts. However, old school style still...

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The Skinny

I spend an inordinate amount of time procrastinating, often by flicking through my various social media accounts and watching videos on Youtube. I justify the wasted time by telling myself that it's valid research for my various work projects. However, I recently...

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The Skinny
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Fugly

I used to try hard to be edgy; I'd add a clunky shoe or a boxy, menswear jacket to any look to prove my fashion stripes. The operative words in the last sentence are 'try hard'. With age, I think it becomes more difficult to include something fugly for the sake of...

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All Brights

I tend to avoid wearing black because I find it depressing; this is a hangover from my time working as a dresser in the West End theatres. People who work backstage are expected to wear all black, which I hated. As soon as the curtain went down, I couldn't wait to...

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Spring Jellyfish

I'm becoming impatient for spring, despite the cold reality that winter has at least another six weeks to go. In years gone by, I'd start to dress for the new season when there was February snow on the ground. I'd be freezing but I'd put up with it for the sake of...

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Soul Songs

In recent weeks I've been listening to a lot of David Bowie; I know I'm not the only one. I've been thinking about why the deaths of musicians cause such profound waves in the public consciousness, after all, it seems strange to grieve for someone you've never...

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Playing Dress-Up

When I lived at home with my parents, I would often leave the house dressed up like a Christmas tree. My look was usually totally out of place with my surroundings. My Mum didn't try to stifle my flamboyance, but would often suggest that I slung a denim jacket over...

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Teenage Angst

When I was younger, I had a rather different figure to the one I have now. I was very curvy with a generous bust. The change in my body seemed to happen over night. When I look back on pictures from my teens, it's clear that I wasn't used to this new version of...

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Amazing Grace

It's no secret that the fashion industry is unsustainable; we manufacture and consume far too much. In recent months, a number of top designers have left their highly coveted jobs, Raf Simons at Dior, Alexander Wang at Balenciaga and Alber Elbaz at Lanvin. It's...

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Amazing Grace
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Style it out

I've been blogging for a couple of years now, and I've noticed that my style has become more defined and narrow. I know what suits my body and I pretty much stick to a formula of midi length skirts and cinched waists. It's perhaps a little dull, but it works for...

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Fire and Ice

Last week I went to Iceland with my brother and our mum. I don't usually talk about holidays on this blog, but I photographed so many beautiful places that I wanted to share. As you might expect it was freezing, with temperatures dipping to -10, but feeling more...

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Fire and Ice
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Animal Instincts

When I was growing up I lived just up the road from Camden Market, and I spent many happy hours riffling through the second hand threads. One of the vintage gems I found was a leopard print, faux fur coat that I wore every day for months. The coat has long since...

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