Despite what the title of this post would have you believe, February has been an amazing month so far (and we’ve not even reached V day or pancake eating contests yet). Whilst January was as grey and grim as expected, I’ve started off this month with some great news and have cemented some exciting plans for the year ahead. I also finally have some time to blog again – hurrah!
So here’s some pictures of me. In a denim jacket. A denim jacket that I picked up for five English pounds in a seaside charity shop (vintage fans – get to Frinton) and is possibly one of my most favourite items of clothing ever purchased. Happiness all round.
It’s good to be back. I promise not to leave it so long next time.
Denim jacket: vintage | Jumper: H&M | Skirt: Topshop | Watch: Daniel Wellington | Bag: Zara (sale!) | Glasses: Ray Bans
In the spirit of LFW and all things fashion related, I thought it might be time to post a few pictures from the opening night of the Women Fashion Power exhibition at the Design Museum. Yes, that’s right ladies, the opening night which took place back in October…
My laziness is certainly not a reflection of how much I enjoyed this event. The exhibition is both inspiring and utterly fascinating for someone like myself with an interest in how women use the way that they dress to define their position in the world, and I urge anyone with a love of fashion to head down to London Bridge and take a look before it finishes on the 26th April.
Featuring outfits and personal style philosophies from the likes of Lady Gaga, Diane von Furstenburg, Charlotte Olympia Dellal and Anne Hidalgo, the exhibition hosts the most wide-ranging presentation of modern fashion ever to be shown in the UK.
You can find out more at https://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/women-fashion-power.