'Burnt' tones are a huge trend this autumn and all over the high street at the moment. This 1970s colour tone has become a new obsession of mine, which I'm starting to gradually inject into my wardrobe. There's just something the way it looks when paired with black, which I adore and to be honest is nice change from my usual monochromatic colour palette that I tend to opt for this season. Another 'style' which I'm kinda obsessed with is bodice tops, whether they're along the 'corsetry' style or have more of an ultra feminine 'bardot' feel. There's something that scream 'french chic' about pairing them with a pale wash jean, that I'm all over.

Top - Shein (link)* | Skirt - Shein (link)* | Jacket - Topshop (link) | Bag - Primark (similar) | Boots - H&M (similar)

Beige trousers were once an piece I'd never thought I would long to own, yet become a staple in my wardrobe. However after my recent love for injecting more of a muted colour palette in my wardrobe and styling those classic 'neutrals', this particular pair have aided my new found love for such a style.

I actually managed to nab these in the recent Topshop style, a 'whim' purchase if you like for a mere £20 ish. Bearing in mind this was 'pre-mega-amazing-heatwave' so they haven't really seen the 'light of day' till now, that the temperatures have a cooled down. With that being said these are definitely not just a 'summer' piece as I can easily see myself pairing them with some block heel boots and a autumn/winter ready jacket.

Top - Topshop (link) | Trousers - Topshop (sale - similar) | Sandals - Birkenstock Arizona (link) | Bag - Zara *sold out*

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Leopard print is fast becoming the must-have print for this autumn/winter, and as someone who has a certain 'soft spot' for the print, I couldn't be more thrilled. The red combo feels like a 'modern' update on the classic colour combination. Paired with my accessory of the moment- the basket bag, because I not so secretly wish I was a french girl prancing around Paris. This is my current go-to look for a summery day.

Dress - Next (link) | Bag - Zara | Boots - H&M (similar) | Sunglasses - Ray-Ban Round (link


The wrap dress has been a style which I've had my eye on styling ever since they became the 'it' item last summer. After numerous attempts at trying out different types and colour-ways I settled on a classic black maxi style from Next. Despite being classed as a 'beachwear' item, you can more than easily get away with this for everyday wear, as its just too darn pretty to limit it to just the beach. Plus when paired with a pair of boots or Nike AF-1's it makes it the perfect versatile piece for this summer.

Dress - Next (link) | Sunglasses - Ray Ban (link) | Shoes - Nike AF-1 (link) | Earrings - Primark (similar)


In the midst of this epic heatwave and the constant stream of sunshine, I have been fully inspired by the hues amongst my local landscapes. There's something about the pairing of the *burnt* golden fields against the blue skies, that instantly transports you into a mediterranean frame of mind. That, and the hues slowly influencing your summer wardrobe choices. Surprisingly I have been opting for more neutral tones in my styling choices, as opposed to my standard 'all black outfits'.

Shirt - Vintage (similar) | Shorts - Next  (similar) | Bag - Zara *sold out - similar* | Boots - H&M (similar)

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The final instalment from my Florida outfit series was taken whilst exploring downtown St. Cloud. The area itself reminded me of how you would imagine the streets of 1920s America to appear with their classic shop fronts and murals. Queue a constant stream of photo opportunities around every street corner.

With the constant flow of Florida sunshine and temperatures reaching the mid-high 30's, light, loose clothing is key if you're out and about exploring. I actually picked this dress up on one of many trips to Target and truth be told it was the perfect accompaniment for the holiday weather.

Dress - Target (similar here) | Sunglasses - RayBan (link) | Sandals - Birkenstock (link)

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The Kipling New Classics collection is the latest offering from the accessory brand, that is all about embodying the 'back to basics' approach. Kipling have revived their 90s roots, by giving their signature styles a 2018 update making this range perfect for people on the go, who want an easy to carry bag that is also water repellent against our unpredictable British weather. The collection is also unisex making it accessible for anyone wanting a classic statement bag.

In today's post I'm showcasing how to style the Onalo (red version) and the Onalo L (black version) to show how versatile both bags can be as a unisex range. With the collection designed for people on the go, I wanted the outfits to embody that approach by styling us in clothing that we would tend to wear on a casual day. I decided to style the red bag against a white & black colour palette, as I really wanted the red to speak for itself. I choose to style it with a ultra feminine top paired with a pair of  tailored black shorts, for an everyday set-up. For the black bag we decided to pair a classic band tee with a pair of light colour shorts to add a contrast to the whole look, which we topped off with a pair of classic (and uber practical) vans that in turn tie the outfit together nicely.

Needless to say Kipling's New Classics range offer the working person a collection of bags to suit their everyday needs, whether thats for the gym or work trips in between.

Outfit 1 (me) : Top - Topshop (link) | Shorts - Target (similar) | Shoes - Birkenstocks (link) | Bag - Kipling (link)*
Outfit 2 : T-shirt - The Cribs merch | Shorts - Similar Here | Shoes - Vans (similar) | Bag - Kipling (link)*
Post in collaboration with Kipling