Recently I've been pretty out of the loop when it comes to what's what in the fashion world - I guess that's what you get when you spend 90% of your time sat in front of a camera filming yourself from the waist up. Of course, just as I was starting to get to grips with my spring / summer wardrobe, BAM, it's autumn again, and it's time for me to dig out all of my old knit wear and knee high boots. I've been lacking serious style inspiration lately, so of course I spent the majority of my weekend trawling the New Season section of Lyst instead of doing, well, anything of any importance, and came out with a wishlist longer than my legs. Here are some of my top picks..





Never in a million years did I think I would be advocating Mom jeans, but here we are. Having only worn skinny jeans for the past five years of my life I almost feel guilty having picked up three different pairs of Mom jeans in the past two weeks. That's a whole lot of denim for a girl that cycles through the same two pairs of jeans most days. Worn with flats they look cool and casual, but I prefer to wear them with slinky stilettos for that 'done-but-not-too-done' look.





AKA the Chloe Nile bag. But let's be real here, I ain't about to drop a few months rent on something my cats will most likely sleep on/in when my back is turned. I've been obsessed with handbags lately, and love how they can just switch up your look completely with very little effort. The ring detail on bags and accessories is a major trend at the moment and with high street giants coming out with tons of their own alternatives it's a super cheap way to make sure your look is up to date.




I know I know. Cardigans, for winter? Groundbreaking. But over the past few years I feel like cardigans have gained serious cool points, with just about every brand under the sun doing their own chunky knit variation. They're no longer 'granny chic' - instead, they've become more model off duty with - especially when paired with some of the items in this post. Mix a good chunky knit with some frayed denim and chelsea boots and you'll feel warm, but look cool AF.




Again, another not-so-cool-turned-really-cool style staple. I've always loved mixing casual clothes with more structured, uniform pieces, and my latest must-have comes in the form of a check jacket - specifically blazers with a Prince of Wales print. I love the idea of wearing a full pantsuit with high heels and a jacket draped over my shoulders, but if you're looking for something more casual try mixing it in with your every day outfits. These literally go with everything!




I wore one of these a few years ago, so the fact that they've come back into fashion is a big yes from me! You'd think these hats would make you look like you're trying to emulate your grandfather or some kind of chimney sweep, but they in fact do quite the opposite and make you look way cooler than you actually are (at least in my case they do). A bit of a staple piece, I find these hats work best with simple, monochromatic looks and messy tresses for that 'just thrown on' vibe.


*This post is in collaboration with Lyst*

Engraved with love with Thomas Sabo



Despite displaying what seems like the majority of my life online, I consider myself to be an incredibly private person, only opening up on rare occasions to a select handful of people in my life. Over the past five years, Ollie has become one of those people, to the point where, admittedly, he probably knows me better than I know myself sometimes. I was never one to keep a diary as a teenager. I tried, but after a few weeks of gossiping about boys to a piece of paper I'd lose interest and - like a lot of my early relationships - give up. Five years in, and that's never happened with Ollie and I. In fact, he's become my most long running 'diary' to date - taking in everything I say (the good and the bad), all of the secrets, all of the over-spill and absorbing every last drop. Hopefully, he feels the same way too.

You see, despite sharing my all with him without a second thought, it's almost ironic that he may never know my feelings about us, and the five years we've spent together. Love is one of those things that even I struggle to put into words. Then again, true love rarely even needs an explaination. I've never been one for public displays of affection, but five years is a long time to spend with one single human, and so to celebrate our five years together I decided have our date engraved onto the Thomas Sabo 'Little Secret' bracelet - so that there's always a part of him with me. Cheesy, maybe? But hey, it'll be our little secret.

Thomas Sabo's personalisation service is

complementary and available both online and in-store,
where you can have it done while you wait.

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The Little Secrets bracelets are a style of friendship bracelets that depict the wishes of the wearer. Available in a variety of different colours, the bracelets can also be engraved to include your own little secret message.

Both the bracelets and women's gold necklaces are a part of the Karma Beads collection and feature the Karma Wheel as a symbol of what goes around, comes around. The chains can be personalised with various beads and charms to suit your own style.

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This post is in collaboration with Thomas Sabo

My top picks from the Beauty Event


Very is a website that I've visited way more times than my bank balance deems acceptable.Whenever I'm on the look out for new products (or I'm just looking for an opportunity to procrastinate, ahem) I often find myself scrolling through their beauty section for inspiration. Every year, Very hold two Beauty Events focussing on various offers and product launches, and so to celebrate the Very Autumn/Winter Beauty Event I've teamed up with Very to give you the low-down on some of their latest and greatest beauty and skincare products.





The Murad Retinol Youth Renewal Serum is something I've been trying out over the past few weeks and - so far - I really love how it makes my skin look and feel. Murad products have always been a part of my every day skincare routine, so I had high expectations before trying this out. I've been using this every other night before my usual night cream and I've noticed my skin actually looks a lot smoother and glowing - something I always tend to struggle with when it comes to my skin. I've seen some pretty crazy before and after pictures with this stuff, so I'm excited to see what it can do!





The Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation used to be my absolute favourite back in the day, but as my makeup collection grew it slowly got pushed to the back of my foundation drawer (yes I have a foundation drawer, yes I have a problem). As soon as I started buffing the foundation into my skin I remembered exactly why I loved it so much.  It's a medium coverage, blendable, dewy base that - as the name would suggest - gives you a really natural healthy glow whilst covering all of your imperfections. I don't even feel the need to wear concealer when I'm wearing this day to day! 





When it comes to mascaras I tend to set my standards quite high. I want a plastic wand (because they're my favourite) I want volume, I want length and I want a good curl. If the formula's extra black, that's a plus too. Since the Rimmel Wonder'fully Real Mascara is quite affordable, I wasn't expecting amazing things, but as soon as I tried it I knew it was going to become one of my new holy grail items. In just one swipe, my lashes were thick, long and with just the right amount of clump. I used the colour Extreme Black, but it also comes a few other shades as well!





As someone that practically lives in super matte liquid lipsticks. a moisturising product like Elizabeth Arden's Plush Up Lipstick in Cherry Up is a welcomed break for me and my parched lips. The glossy, fuss-free formula means you can just swipe it over your lips without any liner or prep, so it's perfect for an easy every day makeup look. I love wearing bright pinks, oranges and reds during the summer months as I feel they really lift my skin when I'm wearing minimal makeup. This is definitely going in my carry on on my next trip away.


*This post is in collaboration with Very*

Staying on schedule with Swatch SKIN

"Time stops for no one and - on good days - neither do I"





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Time stops for no one, and - on good days - neither do I. Being a content creator I make sure I never leave the house without two key pieces of tech - my camera (for snapping Insta-worthy things on the go) and a watch on my wrist to keep me on time for meetings and events. I never know what each day might bring, whether I'm doing my thing in front of the camera, editing on the go or squeezing in a quick workout in between appointments, so I need something that acts a second skin to make sure I stick to my schedule - whatever that might be.

Enter the new Swatch SKIN watches - the latest addition to Swatch's ever-growing collection - that are designed to slot perfectly into your every day life thanks to their lightweight and minimalistic design. Inspired by movement and consisting of eleven

different designs from pastel silicone straps to stainless steel bracelets, the Swatch SKIN collection is suited to both men and women no matter what their style. I've always loved watches that look somewhat masculine - kind of as if I just slipped it off my boyfriend's wrist without him realising - so I opted for the SKIN Mesh style which literally goes with every look I create. Whenever I'm working the last thing I want is for my outfit and accessories to get in the way of what I'm doing. For me, freedom is everything with my job. I love being able to work on the go, whether I'm tapping away on my laptop in a local coffee shop or replying to emails as I hop on a flight to London. So when it comes to what I'm wearing I want everything to be practical and comfortable, but still super stylish as well. It'd be even better if it kept me on time for everything, but hey, we can't expect this thing to work miracles can we!?

This post is in collaboration with Swatch.

3 Ways To Style The Little Black Dress

The little black dress has been my go-to outfit of choice for years, whatever the weather. When I was younger, I used to assume the LBD was reserved only for evenings out and special occasions, but over the years I've realised that a simple black dress has been the common denominator for the majority of my outfits. Whether it's layering one up under a frilly boho dress or going all out with sky high heels and slick rick hair. My latest LBD addition comes in the form of NICCE's essentials dress as it works with just about every look I want to create - the slimming fabric doesn't go unnoticed either.,





Layered up

I'm always mixing and matching different items of clothing, and I love turning one thing into something completely different - take the LBD for example. When it's the right material, it can transform almost instantly into an easy fuss-free bodysuit.  The elasticated materiel makes it easy to layer underneath just about anything as it doesn't bunch or ride up throughout the day. You can even wear it as slimming shape wear underneath another figure hugging outfit.

River Island Denim Jacket (Mens)
Missguided Denim Shorts
Ego Official Patent Boots






If I could wander around town in my pyjamas you all know I'd be there picking up my weekly shop in fluffy thermal socks and tartan trousers (which I may or may not have done before..). However, unfortunately it's not socially acceptable to do that, so until the PJ law gets passed I'll wear the next best thing - AKA trainers, sweats and a little black dress. It's the perfect every day look that's cool, casual and - let's face it - I'll get a lot less looks wearing this down the fruit and veg aisle.

Missguided Suede Backpack
Vans Black Hoodie (Mens)
Nike Trainers





When I think about wearing a little black dress my mind instantly goes to something  like I'm wearing on the left - simple, classy, but a lil bit sassy. I love pairing black little black dresses with matching black heels and minimal accessories for a seriously monochromatic look. It's an outfit that works for just about any special occasion, whether it's a night out on the town or an anniversary dinner - or you know, just a casual Thursday afternoon outfit snapping session. 

Mango White Fitted Blazer
Missguided Chain Mail Bag
Public Desire Cage Heels


This post is in collaboration with NICCE