Floral Maxi Dress : Boohoo
Boots : Boohoo
What better way to kick off this new spring weather than with another Boohoo post feat some major 'coachella' festival vibes. 2017 is yet another year where I (probably) won't go to any festivals but I that doesn't mean I can't get in on the styles that will be everywhere this summer.
The lace up detail on the chest adds a modern touch to an otherwise vintage inspired piece. Being someone who loves vintage clothing, it's interesting to see how 70's pieces still inspire high street styles today. The cinched in waist, delicate floral pattern and slit on the thigh adds to the modernity of the dress.
I can't wait to wear this with converse in the summer and with tights, dr martens and a huge chunky jumper in the winter.
This is just going to be one fairly big image gallery to sum up what I've been doing and taking photos of on my disposable over January / mid February (minus working fashion week which I wish I'd documented but somehow I don't think my boss would be too impressed).
Gingham Dress : Boohoo
Fishnets : Boohoo
Boots : Boohoo
As you all probably know, I work with Boohoo to share outfits with you guys and show you how to style their on trend yet affordable pieces. Working with them allows me to try new things and styles that I may not have necessarily tried out before.
This off the shoulder gingham dress being one of them. Gingham is a firm favourite of mine but I always find it so difficult to style. It's going to be everywhere this spring / summer so I thought I'd jump on the bangwagon with this lil number.
It feels so pretty whilst still cool; chuck on with a pair of converse and it's perfect for drinks in the beer garden.
p.s shout out to my girl Sophie for making me look extra cute in these photos
Jord Watches contacted me a few weeks ago, asking whether I would like to give you lovely lot the opportunity to win a giveaway, I definitely couldn't pass something like that up!
I chose this amazing watch from the Frankie series in a Zebrawood and Navy colour combination to show you what Jord Watches has to offer. It was sent in the most amazing wooden box so everything is kept altogether whilst looking rather nice on your dressing table. The Zebrawood isn't something I've come across before but I love the grained pattern within this watch and it works so well with the deep navy.
The slim bracelet with the large but simple face makes for a really cool watch, whilst still being an interesting minimalist style piece. Blue and navy are colours I wear a lot so it was no question on which watch I was going to choose. There's options to chose the right size watch for your wrist and even an option to have your watch engraved. A perfect idea for a gift for a loved one, or even a 'treat o'self' moment. So if this Frankie piece isn't for you then there are so many others to chose from to suit your needs. That's where this giveaway comes in!
By clicking this link here, you can enter for the chance to win a $180 e-gift card to spend at Jord watches which is pretty incredible really. You have until midnight of the 19th March to enter this giveaway and all you have to do is fill in your name, email and tell us what your favourite watch is - couldn't be easier! Its open to anyone and everyone has they have a range for both men and women, so there is something for everyone.
If that isn't enough to entice you then I also have a code which gives you 15% off your order by using 'cfjord15' at the checkout.
I hope you've enjoyed this slightly different post and wish you all the luck in this giveaway! Check the video on my instagram here for more closes up and big up to my sister for helping with the video and photography!
Best Wooden Watch
Coat : Charity Shop (similar)
Scarf : H&M
Calvin Klein Sweater : Cow Vintage (similar)
Leopard Skirt : Miss Selfridge
Cross Over Bag : Boohoo
A quick post on my outfit from a good few weeks ago when my family came to visit me in London over my moms (yes I spell it with an 'o') birthday weekend. We spent the Saturday at the Imperial War Museum and then celebrated with burgers on Carnaby Street. I decided on Brick Lane for Sunday in an attempt to show my family a different side to London that isn't your typical 'touristy' places. Dad actually complimented the market by saying it was 'cool' and a great place to spend your Sunday.
My outfit was super simple and comfortable but with the leopard print skirt and pink glittery socks I think it spices things up a bit. The CK sweater is one I picked up when I used to work in Cow Manchester and is still a firm favourite that I'm sure I will never part with. The skirt is a pick up from the Miss Selfridge sale and I've worn it a far amount to say it's something I can't wear to work!