Today I celebrated a week of hard work with Sunday brunch in small cafe in Didsbury. I’ve been working on a latex range for a different brand (details to be revealed soon), which alongside my regular schedule didn’t leave much time for sleep.
Near the cafe, I noticed this interesting old buildingthat looks like a chapel but actually operates as a library and decided it made an ideal background for my latest outfit post.
The starting point for this outfit was the blouse. I bought it off ebay last week after after a two-month-long search for one to match these shoes. The shade is almost exactly the same and I’m also really pleased my feather necklace shows up so well against it, as I never manage to get a picture that does it justice.
I decided to pair it with my sequin Joni jeans by Moto. These are a very fitted style and I find that they work really well with my proportions, being tight in the right places and flattering. I don’t wear jeans very often and find that high waisted styles are sometimes large on the waist. These also have a sequin front, which is very good quality, the sequins overlap each other to give a high shine and sturdy surface.
Zip Blazer: Zara
Sequin jeans: Moto @Topshop
Feather necklace: Richard Ayres
Crystal necklaces: Dixi
Bag: H! by Henry Holland
Last week I went into town to do a fitting for Wella trend vision. I wore one of my favourite casual outfits and a side fishtail plait.
Shirt and cardigan: H&M
necklace: All Saints
Boots: Jeffrey Campbell
All images by Richard Ayres
After an amazing weekend showcasing my spring collection and partying with my friends I’m starting to work on the winter range and the next Eustratia fashion show at the German fetish ball in Berlin.
I’m researching cocoons, moths, flowers, dark aesthetics and curiosities. I’m also in love with my new shoes, though they seem to be a bit big for me.
I managed to get these images in just before the rain yesterday, it seems srping isn’t here after all. I’ve pretty much lived in this cardigan for the last year so I think it deserves to be featured. I’ve had several replacements but non of them seem to work quite as well.
Shorts: Miss Selfridge
Boots: Jeffrey Campbell
Jewellery: Richard Ayres
Septum ring: Bodyjewelleryshop
Images by Richard Ayres
My friends and I are attending LFW again in a couple of weeks and I’ve been looking for the perfect pair of shoes to take with me. We’re going to be out almost all day so I need something stylish yet comfortable for walking around and standing in queues in. This is why I’ve opted for chunky heels and platforms.
1. Melissa, peace wedge £45, nonnon
2. Jeffrey Campbell, O-Quinn $185
3. Yes, milky way $215
4. Jeffrey Campbell, Busted Sold out in most places but I’ve found a pair in my size on ebay for £125, not really ideal but we’ll see.
5. UNIF, Salem boot $190, solestruck.
6. Jeffrey Campbell, Tardy, £125 serenza.co.uk
7. Yes, Galactic in red leather $215, solestruck
8. Vivienne Westwood Melissa £99.00 ASOS