Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Flying High.

Spent the last few days in Texas, catching up with family. Now flying to New Mexico to spend a few days there. Speak soon :)


Oh, and thats a sweater over my lap - not my shorts haha 

Sunday, 14 August 2011

London Trek With Rachel.

The last of the photos from Rachel Phipp's visit. (She is the one in front of the skulls).


Wednesday, 10 August 2011


Discovered this awesome jewelry line thanks to Rachel Phipps. Galibardy - for more of their stuff, click - here-

Tuesday, 9 August 2011


"Nothing good ever comes of violence." 

Sunday, 7 August 2011

On the Glossy Guide.

This week I was very kindly featured on The Glossy Guide, Rachel Phipps' beauty blog, in a new series of posts looking into bloggers bathrooms. If your as nosey as I am and like snooping in other peoples rooms, read it - Here -


Saturday, 6 August 2011

Bag Woman and the Junk Collector.

Busy weekend - My friend Rachel (From rachelphipps.com) is visiting, so we thought we would go all-out tourist and take our cameras to Camden. As we spent all day walking/shopping/walking, a practical outfit was necessary. Though I must admit, I didn't realise the scarf and cardi combo was quite so 'bag-lady' when I got dressed this morning. Oh well.

Also I have a shameful confession - this was actually my first time in Camden! (Don't judge me). But Rachel was an awesome guide, and I think I have found my new playground.

Shorts + Boots: River Island, Scarf: Accessories (I think), Hat: Topshop, Cardi: All Saints, Top: Topshop+ DIY, Rings: Urban Outfitters + Markets.

Sunday, 31 July 2011

Southbank Saturday.

Saturday was a huge vintage fair at South Bank, complete with books, clothes and lots of food - people had even come dressed in vintage fashion! I headed up with a friend thinking we would stay till 6/7pm when the fair starts to pack up, but some of our friends turned up and we ended staying till 4am...night buses were our savior!

The last photo was of the beach party that was organised under Festival Pier - I would hardly call the Thames a beach, but still it was a cute idea (and some crazy people did start swimming)