My new winter coat

My new winter coat

Last week I talked about finding a sustainable winter coat and how difficult I found it to be. Well, my search is over! For my birthday on Sunday he gave me my new winter coat, which is the coat I talked about from Reformation, and I love it! It’s long and warm, the classic design and the fact that it’s black (black will always be the new black) make me certain it will be a wardrobe favourite for many seasons to come. Continue Reading

Summer basics to fall stables

From summer basics to fall stable

Fall has definitely arrived in London and so it’s become necessary to figure out how my garments can change from being summer basic to fall stable. Last week was quite sunny and warm but the beginning of this week has been as rainy and grey as you’d expect London fall weather to really be. Luckily, it’s not quite cold enough for a winter jacket (I didn’t bring one, so I’m on the lookout for a sustainable alternative – please let me know if you have any ideas), but layering has become necessary. Continue Reading

Fall inspiration

Even if I’m not quite ready to say goodbye to summer, I’m pretty excited to be able to wear knits, jeans and boots in the near future. Layering is such a great way to style an outfit and it’s even practical for the days where it’s not quite cold enough to wear a wool jacket, but still too cold to only wear a t-shirt.

Like my fall wishlist, I’m inspired by jeans, quality knits and black boots and a neutral color scheme. Continue Reading

Fall wishlist

My favourite season is here! Even though I love summer, fall is my favourite. My birthday is just around the corner and the cooler temperatures makes it so much easier to layer your clothes, which is such a nice styling opportunity. Like I talked about here, I like to keep a ‘wishlist’, so I only buy what I’m missing in my wardrobe. The change in season is the perfect time to update it and focus the shopping on fall-appropriate items. This season I’m looking to update my wardrobe with few good quality pieces, like a pair of Levi’s and an AIAYU sweater. Continue Reading