This white FCUK dress is one of my favourite dresses. It is so versatile and is a statement in itself. I wore this dress to work and teamed it with opaque stirrup tights, silver accessories and black patent leather.
I selected this ensemble as it was dressy enough for work and yet casual enough for my post work antics. The problem? Keeping the dress clean! Of course it didn’t help that my post work antics involved eating at Max Brenner for dinner (yes I know, chocolate and sweets for dinner) and sitting in a cinema (seriously, I don’t even want to know what are on those seats). After a fun night, you would all be glad to know that I stayed 100% stain free.
What I Wore:
The weather has been a little gloomy lately but I love that it is finally starting to cool down. This installment of Style Inklings reflects the current weather. As I personally don’t own any rainboots, I find that my Docs are almost perfect for wet weather. I say almost because they are not really suitable for ridiculously heavy rain (particularly when you are without an umbrella) and gigantic puddles.
A couple of weeks ago I promised Tim a noir fashion post. I know that it was supposed to be 100% black but how could I resist not adding these amazing Sergio Rossi pumps?
Although I advocate splashes of colour, I do love just wearing black and white. It’s all about modernity and statement accessories! I particularly love the Finsk shoes and the Fable and Fury necklace.
This year I spent Valentine’s Day eating lots of raw fish with my friends.
What I Wore:
Building on my recent obsession with yellow, I decided to show you some of my Style Inklings in the form of a collage. I know that teaming yellow and black can be a little risky (especially if you want to avoid looking like a bumble bee) but there’s just something about the stark contrast that makes it so visually appealing.