Lace up biker boots are definitely not something I would have even considered buying a few years back – but things change and my style has certainly evolved this past year; luckily for me, as my new biker boots from NW3 by Hobbs are insane!
Anyone who knows me well knows that I cant ever get enough of scented candles. Long-standing favourites are Diptyque, Voluspa, Malin+Goetz and Byredo – and the scents vary from soft florals, dark rum, fresh cotton and cinnamon… I have difference scents for each room and its what makes a home feel home, in my opinion.
SupergaShoes / Vila Jacket (similar here)/ COS Dress (similar here) / COS Pants (similar here) / BalenciagaBag
The fact that I can still wear kicks and cropped pants in November, is pretty crazy – but I for one am not complaining, as it means I can wear these new babies from Superga - part of anexclusive collaboration with super blogger Man Repeller.
I love a good knit – and as much as I adore all my black, navy and grey knits (many of which I have had for years on end and still look pretty fantastic) – I am a sucker for a good statement knit. When its grey and dull out there, its great being able to just pop up on a super fun and bright jumper!
THIS WOMAN. The epitomise of super chic and effortless style. Previous fashion style for Vogue Spain, Barbara Martelo is now a freelance stylist, continuing to collaborate with various publications of the Condé Nast group, as well as El País and Harper’s Bazaar. On top of that, she provides consulting services to various designers and stores. Phew! Inspiring, would be an understatement.
Zara Coat (similar here) / Zara Pants (similar here) / J.Crew Jumper (similar here) / Nike Trainers (similar here)
Baby pastel blue… Never thought I would succumb and step away from my trusted darker winter coats. This coat from Zara is just too dreamy, and a surprisngly easy colour to wear; just keep the rest of the colours dark (preferably black) and add some leather to make the look more edgy.