The Everyday Shoot: Yellow polka dot midi skirt

There’s something about the colour yellow that just makes you happy. Maybe it’s because it reminds us of the sun, or summer or is just so bright and cheery. Who doesn’t feel better when draped in this shade? Combine that with a major trend for summer, the polka dot, and it’s bound to make the …

The Everyday Shoot: Lime slip dress and green sandals

Did you know that all forms of light green are totally hot right now? It doesn’t matter if you focus on lime green, pistachio, avocado, mint or another food related hue, the colour is everywhere! Expect fashion’s obsession with the colour to stay well into autumn/winter too. But let’s not talk about the freezing winter …

The Everyday Shoot: Linen dress and straw bag

It’s interesting, how the hottest colour for spring/summer this season doesn’t suit my skin-tone at all. I’m talking about the colour beige, and frankly it’s quite annoying. I used to love bright colours and prints when I was younger, but I’m really being drawn to the more neutral colours now. As a result, I’m kinda …

The Everyday Shoot: Yellow Ruched Dress and Oversized Straw Hat

What could be more emblematic of summer 2019, than a ruched dress and an oversized straw hat? I honestly struggle to find something. It’s the classic combination. It’s warm colours, easy to wear, so fashionable and quite sexy. Summer as a season is usually quite sexy; after-all what would be summer without swimwear. But this …

The Everyday Shoot: The Cycling Shorts Trend, Oversized Shirt

For the second outfit with the cycling shorts trend, I thought I’d hit two trends in one go. The first is the tie-dye shirt, and the second is an oversized shirt casually half tucked in. The shirt in question for this outfit came from Zara; who have always been a purveyor of all things on-trend. …

Spring/Summer Lookbook: Colour Blocking with Zara

With so much colour smacking you in the face for spring/summer, why not embrace it and go full on colour blocking. The trend that takes clashing colours, mixes them together and asks for you to judge the wearer. It’s about attitude and a ‘don’t care’ mentality. It’s about rebelling using the colour wheel. WHAT: Black …