21 September 2017


I don't worry. Whenever skies are gray above. Got a pocketful of rainbows. Got a heart full of love - Elvis Presley

Photography by Eisa Bakos.

Western shirt by Sacred Hawk.
Vintage Levi's by my E.R. Saloon Vintage
Red mesh body by Nobody's Child
Tan Clogs by Sweedish Hasbeens
Brown 'Albany' Cap by Brixton.
Black vinyl trousers by Pretty Little Thing


10 September 2017

Gold Member

In this post, I am talking about my journey to GOLD. For many, many years I have been a worshipper to silver. Seduced by it's rock and roll reverie. Allured by it's Native American roots, it's pairing with coral and turquoise. Silver finery has a softly spoken voice. It's the way it just goes with everything, everyday without demanding a fuss. The ease alone, has kept me faithfully coming back. The way silver jewellery inhabits my shelves and jewellery boxes, like the timeless guest that never outstays it's welcome. There will always be a flashing vacancy sign, a room at the inn, for silver in my life. 

Time comes however, where we might pursue and push towards a little more drama when it comes to our own style. Sometimes we want to wake up from our everyday and test an item that doesn't belong to our capsule wardrobes. 

Fine gold jewellery to me is bold and bossy. It commands the room by asserting luxury, 
all the while maintaining a level of elegance and femininity. It sort of has the same work ethic as a set of luxurious lingerie. They both set out on the same mission.  

So in the last month I feel I must tell you, I've slowly migrated from my trusty silver to the more coveted gold. I love to layer it, by wearing more then one necklace at one time and also by wearing multiple size hoops in my ears. The only thing I have left to covert, is my nose ring! 

My bright and wonderful friend, I say 
bright and wonderful because she truly is the sunshine in my life, is bringing out her own gold jewellery line, so naturally her and I decided to play around and take some photos of her new range. We wanted to dress the gold up with, well not a lot else really. Like I mentioned before, I feel gold and luxurious underwear have the same sort of 'powerful femme' intentions - so why not pair them together? 

You'll be able to shop the range very soon, I'll give you a heads up on my Instagram when it's ready to shop! Hope you love it all as much as I do! xxx

I am wearing all Les Girls Les Boys AW17, all jewellery from Blonde Solace. All photos by Brogan, taken in Hackney - September 2017. 

6 September 2017

Island Girl

'Island Girl' in any other context, leads me to imagine a tanned beach honey wearing a grass skirt, in a 1950s tropical film that stars Elvis Presley. She'll be a bombshell with a coconut bra, lounging under the palm trees. A ukulele melody will be playing. 

My sisters and I will refer to ourselves as Island Girls, as an inside joke. The fact is we were brought up on an Island  - but just not the exotic kind. (If you have ever looked hard at a UK map, you may of seen the Isle of Sheppey just before the River Thames actually becomes the River Thames) It's poor and a deprived area, with no palm trees insight so we endearingly like to think we have scrubbed up alright considering. 

I guess these photos above are of me, scrubbed up? 

Tea dress from Brandy Melville, espadrille wedges by Park Lane at Asos, gold St Christopher and cross from Blonde Solace (coming soon). 
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