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March 2015

29 Mar


One this season's must loved trends is Suede and there is certainly no escaping it! This was my first time using Polyvore to compile an edit of my favourite Suede must haves (see links below). I've mixed mostly high street items and a few high end items. There are loads of amazing designer suede items out there, but let's face it, it's not everyday splash your cash when there's reasonably great high street options available. We've seen the likes of Chanel, Saint Laurent, Derek Lam and many many more present their suede designs on the catwalk and luckily our favourite high street designers were taking note. I do love this trend, but I don't see myself going crazy in suede. You...
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14 Mar


There's no right or wrong way to launch the career of choice but for me the following 4 things are essential: 1. Consistency -  Looking for a job is a full time job in itself and that is how I treated it when I was employed! You cannot start looking for a job without the willingness to stay consistent. Looking once a week, or when your boss p***** you off, will not accelerate your chances of new employment. 2. Vision - Can you see where you are heading to? Do you have plan? What are your goals? I set myself a target (a realistic one) and I knew I had no choice but to get where I wanted. Along the way, the plan...
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6 Mar


I'm a big fan of layering but sometimes all it takes is using one staple item in your wardrobe to create your outfit. I picked up this lil number in COS not too long ago and fell in love. The fabric is so lush and the photos really don't do it justice. This trench coat is oversized as I bought 3 times bigger than my actual size! When I bought this, I immediately thought that this would look so great as a dress and could be easily transitioned to a dress. The whole point of my outfits are that they are simplistic and easy to throw on. To snaz this outfit up a bit more, I would probably add a statement...
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