Saturday, November 5, 2022


My impulsivity can be a blessing and a curse. In this instance, though, it was definitely a blessing. My boyfriend and I were wondering what to do one weekend and decided we wanted to bake a cake. We’ve both never ever really been into baking. We’re both incredibly big foodies and really enjoy cooking breakfasts and evening meals, but baking is an entirely different kettle of fish! They always say that “cooking is an art, but baking is a science”, and that truly terrifies me, as when I’m doing dinner I’m extremely off-piste and creative. Baking is far more disciplined, which has never really appealed to me, but for some reason, this weekend, we decided it was!


Saturday, October 29, 2022



I don’t think there’s anything better than a simple all black fit. I love the effortlessness and knowing that it’s a timeless and elegant way putting an outfit together. I always feel like a bad B in all black. Part super villain and part Morticia Addams. I’m also loving that the weather is cooler and the maxi dresses and coats are OUT! Layering up and getting all cosy, whilst still looking glam and expensive is one of my favourite ways to dress.


Saturday, October 22, 2022


Picture this: it’s the weekend, you’ve had a productive week and all your laundry/dishes/idiot hamster jobs are done. It’s time for a self-care Sunday. I wanted to review the omnipresent L’Oreal Paris masks, of which I have two out of the range of six. The whole range is pretty exciting; mixing high-end ingredients with very low prices, and universally available. The masks in this range I’m yet to try are the blemish rescue, purity, smoothing and brightening masks – all of which are on my to-buy list. I think it’s great when an affordable brand bring out something that feels really luxe and indulgent, especially since we’re all brassic on account of our stunning government at the moment. But let’s not mix politics with beauty posts – let’s have a good ol’ fashioned product review…


Saturday, October 15, 2022


Something about autumn gets me so inspired to take my camera out and shoot some outfit pictures. It’s also the time of year I feel suits my style the best. The layers, the knits, the chunky boots. Ahhh, and not to mention the neutral tones. I’ve been super motivated and have truly found a new sense of creativity and commitment to my content this season. It’s definitely something that peaks and troughs – I can sometimes go months without even thinking about picking up my camera (or wearing anything other than jogging bottoms and hoodies, for that matter). But this month I’m vlogging, blogging, instagramming, and wanted to start a bit of a new series on my blog where I detail my outfits for a post; just a bit of a cheeky style diary.

Friday, July 15, 2022


London is my favourite place in the world, and somewhere I was lucky enough to call home for a few years. Nothing sets my heart on fire like the beautiful city streets, the architecture, the sense of adventure that came with every morning, the anticipation of what was to come. All the different people, the hustle and bustle of the underground, the incredibly diverse array of food, drink, places to go and things to do. I loved people watching, running to catch the tube, sitting in a beer garden or taking myself on a little day out. One of my favourite things was taking a stroll to Greenwich Park, just 10 minutes from my flat. Or catching the bus to the O2 and treating myself to lunch. I’ve a very complicated relationship with my former home; I’m constantly toing and froing within my own mind about moving back there – about what it would cost and what it would mean – in the bigger sense of the word. So, to be honest, I try to push it to the back of my mind. For now, my priorities are elsewhere. And while I always like to think that someday I’ll win the lottery and buy a home in South East London, for the time being, all I can do is visit and admire my city from afar.

Back in April, I visited for the weekend with my family and had a fantastic time. We stayed in an old converted Victorian house in Knightsbridge where the photo opportunities are on every street corner. We enjoyed a lunch of Spanish tapas and my first ever visit to the incredible V&A Museum. We followed this with an amazing evening at Proud Cabaret on Embankment – a five course meal and drinks, served with a backdrop of the most spectacular burlesque, circus and dance performances (something I never thought would be my thing, but I had one of the most incredible evenings of my life!). We then followed up with a walk around Central London, a picnic lunch in Trafalgar Square, and finishing up in Soho before heading home to Bristol. Of course I roped my sister into taking some outfit photos for me too! I had such a memorable and special weekend, and took the opportunity to snap as many photos as I could. What I love about London is that it really speaks for itself in all its majesty. I hope you like my photos from my fabulous weekend in the most fantastic city on earth. 

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