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30.09.2019- What I Wore Today #387

Whilst I've amassed quite a hefty collection of dresses which I'm already eagerly thinking about styling for the autumn and winter, sometimes it's lovely to take things back to basics with a good pair of jeans and a simple tee. Usually by the time it gets to the end of the week, I find…

27.09.2019- Walking in Windsor Great Park

Last Saturday my lovely friends Jolene, Hannah, Katharine and I made our way to Windsor Great Park for a continuation of our walking adventures. Since completing Trekstock’s Big Urban Trek back in May, we’ve been committed to getting regular weekend walks in the diary, and it’s a really rewarding …

25.09.2019- The Alkemistry, Covent Garden

I’ve had my ears pierced since I was quite young, but over recent years have added to my collection with some additions on each ear- predominantly because I’m a bit of a magpie and love the opportunity to pair up lots of my favourite earrings at once. Last weekend, I was invited along to The Alkem…

23.09.2019- What I Wore Today #386

And, just like that, we’re at the outset of autumn! Whilst it’s sad to say farewell to summer, there’s something really lovely about this time of the year and the shift in seasons- and autumn always feels like a second spring in terms of the transition it brings with it. Whilst I’m determined to m…

20.09.2019- Top Autumn Hacks

There’s no escaping the sense of change and shift which this time of the year brings with it, whether you’re in full back-to-school/college/university mode or are back at work with the long stretch until Christmas looming. Whilst there are some things which I adore about autumn (including but not …

18.09.2019- On the Menu: Petersham Nurseries Teahouse, Richmond

Last Saturday, with a gloriously sunny day in prospect, Hannah and I made a pilgrimage to Petersham Nurseries in Richmond for lunch and a look around- pretty much the perfect weekend activity! When I visited this original Petersham last year for the first time, it was on a Monday so there was a li…

16.09.2019- What I Wore Today #385

As I’ve touched on in a few previous posts, dressing for the heat is something which I was really conscious of this summer, and as the temperatures crept up, I made a point of snapping up some new staples to see me through the heatwave in as much comfort as possible. Over the last few months, I’ve…

13.09.2019- On My Bookshelf: Period Power by Maisie Hill

As much as we live in an age of candour, and a culture which has definitely shifted more toward sharing, there are definitely areas which are still hugely taboo, and as such rarely discussed openly and in a way which is conducive to inviting a stronger understanding of a specific issue, debate or …

11.09.2019- What I Wore Today #384

It’s always really tricky to know what to wear when it gets warm, particularly if you’re contending with broken office air-conditioning and commuting during rush hour. This summer, I was determined to make the most of some of the investment purchases which I’d made earlier in the year (and indeed …

09.09.2019- The Simplicity of Swimming

As I’ve been sharing a little bit on Instagram, over the last month or so I’ve added a new activity to my usual exercise routine- swimming! I’ve loved swimming for as long as I’ve been able to do it, and had always meant to do it more frequently, but struggled to find a pool with opening times whic…

06.09.2019- What I’m Watching: Kathy Burke’s All Woman

In a sea of top-quality television programming, it can often be quite tricky to keep on top of what to watch- and even more intense if you’re a militant spoiler-avoider and spend the day/week/month after THAT zeitgeist programme airs desperately trying to dodge finding out what happened. Now that …

04.09.2019- What I Wore Today #383

Over the last few months, I've been strategically investing my pennies on some staple pieces which have serious staying power. As I've grown up, I've tended to veer away from a lot of the fast-fashion destinations which I used to frequent as a teenager, and now I'm much more consci…

03.09.2019- In Conversation...Sadie Chowen, CEO, The Burren Perfumery

Back in March, I was lucky enough to visit beautiful Galway with some of my favourite people, and we had a wonderful time exploring the stunning surroundings of The Wild Atlantic Way. Whilst I was there, I also came across The Burren Perfumery, a family-owned perfumery and cosmetic company based i…

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