Thursday, 7 November 2013


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Wednesday, 16 October 2013


Well in case you didn't know , plaid/tartan is one of the newest trends For/this autumn/winter. To be honest it's more red and black traditional Scottish tartan which is the most  popular. 

I wore this outfit on my birthday last month on a warm autumn day. It was extremely comfortable . The shirt I purchased from Primark a year ago.In this case,I was thinking ahead of fashion time because  now the fashion world have finally caught  up.

On the other hand,I cannot scream loud enough for leather look clothes . I don't not exactly what that says about me. Wink wink. I don't usually wear a lot of black clothes but  black leather look clothes got me  hooked and constantly wanted more.

This skirt was purchased from  and is still available to buy online and instore. My shoes , also still fresh in the stores off


Monday, 9 September 2013


No,this is  not a Tk maxx promotional advert. In fact, I not wearing anything from Tk maxx. Ok the reason for the title was the prices of theses garments. I am one who respects my money, and lets not go into style. 
I wore  this outfit  to a summer event called brixton splash in  here in london. I love the combination but this shirt was overly flirtatious with the addition of a windy day. Marilyn Monroe who? I did make a mistake. Yes I put my hand up.  I wore  body sharpers which were too short. Keep in mind when wearing this skirt wear body shapers that look like this the picture below. Or you may feel slightly naked  like I did.  As the wind was simply flirting with me too much.

Overall  I love this outfit and would wear it again.

My strip shirt cost only £3 
necklace  £10
Shirt, -£14.99
Shoes Newlook- Price ???



Wednesday, 21 August 2013


So the Americans are here and I had to take them out.Mycousin an Ex Army  and navy seal was itching to see how we Brits get down.I had to show him and my aunt a bit the soca scene. 
With Nottinghill Carnival quickly approaching my Caribbean waist was just itching  for a little, well not big shake .

We attended one of my favorite  events called  RED EYE.  The release the rhythm entertainment  always delivers and is on point to the dot with the  music.

This outfit was inspired by the British classic summer .As webapproach the end of summer, this ,orange blazer symbolizes the the  gradual sunsets of  our long bright days.
 The tweed shorts represents the eventuality of winter. NOOO I am not longer for winter but we have to be real here , this is England .

Even thought this material is recognized to be worn for outdoor sport activities  like shooting and hunting, I think tweed have come a long way from this stereotype .SO, worked it. Yes I am wearing what was used british uperclass winter sporting  clothing  in summer. Guess what, I was saving this shorts for the  winter season, and it works just fine for the summer .
So currents  thoughts  for this outfit is, season, what season?
The shorts represents the end of summer  but still brings life to this outfit .

Jacket- Primark
Shorts -Primark 
Shoes -Office


Tuesday, 6 August 2013


Last weekend was my summer solstice.Saturday was indeed the longest day of my summer. Woke up, spent the entire day cooking for my girls.I was happy they enjoyed the food, but my day was running on a schedule. I was expecting more guest later that evening. My  friend David was staying over for the wedding we all had to attend the next day ( for details of wedding outfit, look at blogpost CONTEMPORARYLY VINTAGE)
David and I go way,way back, he is actually one of my closest friends.Little did he know, he was going to be my photographer that night. I must say, it looked like he enjoyed it a bit more than me. I have to give compliments to is work too. I am very impressed with these photos.They didn't need much editing at all.

I am not going to pretend. This look was not forecasted. I literally went through my draws,  took the pants , vest, shoes,tied my head hair, then out came a fourth member of TLC.So I thought that would do.  I will never tired  of  any thing 90's. I had the  Best time back then, Plus some of the  best RNB tunes   were released at that time. So I painted my lips red, leant back a bit and and said yes, kudos to the good ole days. Well, I did not have time to ponder, as I was very late for a surprise birthday party. By the way , this was just a very small summary of half my day.

VEST-New Look
PANTS- Primark  -£9
SHOES- ASOS -£12.50


Thursday, 1 August 2013


I didn't go to a thrift shop of any kind  to pull off this outfit. I loc style fashion shop online mostly . I feel it's easier, more convenient and fits right into my lifestyle.My cousin and I stepped into Syd's vintage store in Sydenham,South London on our way to a wedding. The owner of the shop clearly thought we fitted in perfectly so she featured us on her Facebook page.

Have a look here

If I had to name this dress,I would call it the dust buster. STOP LAUGHING! Seriously. As beautiful as this dress may be, every type of dirt imaginable from make up to unexplained prints were left on the dress through out the day.

It was like a map . Starting from my top half to the hem line. Hansel and Gretel didn't need any bread crumbs to find their way home if they lived on this dress , I tell you ! 
Luckily , despite my dress being a dust buster, it looked positively radiant in photos. Always a plus.

Now, one other problem I had with this dress was I could not tell the colour . NO, you cheeky monkey I am not colour blind .Well the issue is, I expected a yellow bright lemon dress. When I received the dress, it looked more like a lime colour on its way to being  ripe. I am telling you, I was confused.
At the end of the wedding my friend  called me over asking excitedly as she was having a discussion with someone.What colour is your dress? As I walked over I admitted , held my hand up and said, I do not know guys. As I expect lemon but received something like lime, but anyway its all citrus. The two ladies then had  mini debate between them on whether it was lime or lemon. 
This dress is from , shoes from river island ,clutch from asos ,necklace H&M and earrings Primark . 
Hair- Done by me. 
Lipstick , ruby woo Mac cosmetics


Monday, 22 July 2013


 I was off  to a park festival .I was so excited to be seeing my cousins and the rest of the crew.  The event was surprisingly good. Filled with good music, SO much food and of course loads of people. Thinking of it now, I should have bought more.
Like  most of my outfits, I cant resist colour blocking and putting togther no-matching items. I do not care to much for matching . This sleeveless jeans shirt I bought  from Dorothy Perkins, necklace H&M , bag Primark , earrings £1 earring shops, shoes also featured in my previous blogpost,  A BODYCON CAN NO LIES  is from H&M and should still be on sale. Last but not least, this statement pencil shirt is from Republic Brighton.

As I mostly shop in sale. This skirt is one of my favorite impulse buys. I just had to have it. I saw the colour , grabbed it and ran to pay.The black printed diamond pattern gives the skirt an ethnic feel which creates a bold look paired with the orange wedges and purple earrings.

Now  I wasn't about   to wear wedges to the park, no way, not this woman. Ill save that for special moments. luckily I had a pair of scandals , 3 years old might I add which worked perfectly . so my question to you is, which works best with  this  outfit?  Wedges or Sandals?


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