Monday, 31 March 2014

Shades of blue.

This jumper only cost me a quid! I copped it recently at a vintage fair in Mile End, East London. The majority of things were going for a pound, but I also found this overcoat gem for £3. Happy days! It is so warm and I love the shades of blue it gives. Plus the added sparkle. It has a small hole in the centre- but I don't care- £1! Hello! I paired it with a simple black skirt, tights and heels, to make it stand out more. Plus a slash of red never hurt anybody!

Sweater- Vintage fair- £1.
Clutch- Car boot sale.

Until next time,

Saturday, 22 March 2014

Car Boot Sale- Vintage Style.

Last weekend, London held it's second vintage car boot sale event, along the lovely Southbank. It was a glorious day (yay!) and I headed down there after work, with a mate, with the aim of copping some great vintage finds. It was cool vibes all afternoon, with the sun shining, REKORDERLIG, a live DJ set (that had me dancing whilst shopping) and people looking as vintage as one can get. I took the opportunity to wear vintage clothing myself- I mean, if you are going to wear your vintage clothes, best do it at a vintage event, right?!
It didn't feel like a car boot sale per se, as the clothes were not being sold out of cars, regardless, there were flashy, classic cars galore and every vintage thing you can think of! I loved the classic Pepsi-Cola signs- soooo cool!
I ended up purchasing some really cool, cheap jewelry, a tropical print blazer and a mint lace maxi dress. The dress had me at hello! I don't own anything this colour- and once I brought this, I've been seeing mint everywhere. Haha! (I guess that's because pastels are on trend too). Looking forward to rocking this in the summer sun. It looks SO classic on!
Twas a great day, which ended with free hot dogs! We even bumped into Justin Lee Collins!
Enjoy the abundance of pictures!
With my free hot dog from Engine Hot Dogs- thanks guy!
Justin Lee Collins! Cool dude with that awesome Bristolian accent! Haha!

 My purchases: 
Tropical print blazer.
Mint maxi lace dress.

What I wore:
Sequin cardigan- vintage shop in Sacramento, California.
Skirt- vintage fair in Bethnal Green, East London. 
Belt- Primark.
Bag- Ted Baker.

Check out this awesome video (featuring the vintage cars a lot more than my pictures haha) my mate Troy of TroyMeetsWorld made of our day.

Until next time,

Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Shopcade x Emmanuel Andre photo shoot.

Last week I attended an exclusive invitation only photo shoot for the awesome Shopcade and world renowned photographer Emmanuel Andre. It's aim was to showcase and picture London's fashionable people. As fashion and style is what YOU make it, it was so great to see that no two people were dressed even remotely similar. Everyone was unique and wonderfully expressive. The way to be! Haha!
I had lots of fun, as I got the chance to catch up with people that I've previously met at other events and to meet new bloggers. The actual time on set was AWESOME! Emmanuel was so down to earth and I got comfortable very quickly in front of the lens. It was over too quickly! Haha! The photos are to be used on the Shopcade website/app and for a BOOK documenting people of London and their style. Watch this space...I'm excited!!
With Mariette Immaculate, check out her tumblr.
Look how serious my face is, haha, and we ain't even started yet!
Mariettte and I with Fabienne, Shopcade fashionista! 
Selfie with the photographer- Emmanuel Andre!

I wore GAP jeans with my ASOS heels and a black bralet top. The main focus of my outfit was the denim jacket. I just have to say thanks mum- the best birthday present I received this year (second is the Prada Candy perfume from dad haha). It's a Replay denim jacket with 3D embellishments on the sleeves. It's so unique and get so many compliments every time I wear it- I love it! 
Until next time,
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Monday, 17 March 2014

The Breakfast Club.

So..... I have finally eaten at 'The Breakfast Club'! (It has been a long time coming) And I loved it! WE loved it! Haha! I met up with some friends that I studied in California with, for a good old catch up. We all got different orders, each as delicious and scrumptious looking as the next- can't you tell by the pictures?!
I got the 'big bad burrito' and let me tell you-it was big and bad, indeed! (Haha, I'm so lame). Seriously yummy and filling- I had to take breaks beaten bites! It was just under a tenner, so quite pricey, but somewhat, sort of, in a way, worth it. You have to pay for quality right? And that indeed was a quality burrito! I also got French toast to accompany it, and, with maple syrup, the toast was just lush!The decor was awesome too, hard not to get comfy and feel at home there. The Angel joint is quite small, I guess that's what gives it a homely feel-plus, the windowed roof was wonderful as we got natural sunlight-it was such a lovely day! (I want this weather to stay!!!). So get your butt down to a BC near you- they have a good amount popped up all over London. There is something for everyone. It's nothing but good vibes.
...I'm looking forward to my next visit!!
The Breakfast Club.
31 Camden Passage.

Until next time,
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