Norwegian Wood ~ The Beatles

I was recently contacted by the lovely Sherin on behalf of Next to see if I would like to take part in a campaign regarding their wardrobes! 

The campaign was to design a fantasy bedroom including one of the wardrobes from Next with the theme of a famous city. I chose Marrakesh as I have always been drawn top bright colours & I have a fondness for exotic places & bohemian interiors. 

Here is my design! The things I would do for a room like this!

Take a look at the range of furniture from Next starting here!

Hope everyone is enjoying the sun! 


Heartbeats ~ Ellie Goulding

 A week of Instagram photos

{Hair bows}

{Stacking bracelets}

{Sitting in my kitchen reading whilst listening to the rain. Very therapeutic}

{Spring tulips on the windowsill}

{I have been looking for this book for so long!}
{Receiving letters from Pen Pals! Email me if you're interested!}

{My french chefs at work know how to cheer me up with Cheese Soufflé}



Milk & Black Spiders ~ Foals

Today I have a Guestpost from Charles Clinkard! before to check out the link & enjoy :)

Monochrome is definitely one of the biggest trends right now. Taking its inspiration from the 60s, monochrome is of course a fancy way of saying black and
 white. It’s certainly got the potential to be dramatic but one of the best things about a trend like this is that there are so many ways to play around with it. You can do it subtly or boldly; a full outfit or just a nod.

Adding solid colour accessories to a contrasting one-colour outfit is a simple but stunning way to achieve minimalist monochrome. Spots, stripes and chevrons bring black and white out in full force. If neither of those appeals and you want to incorporate it into your everyday look, then go for monochromatic shoes or a bag.

Since the look is all about contrast, I don’t think it has to be limited to just black and white either. Swap white for nude for subtle contrast or try navy in place of black for a nautical feel.

All women’s shoes and bags from Charles Clinkard.

How would you wear this trend?

Flaws ~ Bastille

The other day I went on a small college trip to an old victorian town called Blists Hill. It's a little village that has been preserved for many years, the houses, shops & work places haven't changed including everything inside them.  When I got there I had to go straight to the bank  & change my "modern" money for pennies & pieces of silver as thats all they would accept in the village. 

The village goers & shop keepers all wore victorian clothes & we had the traditional victorian cooked fish & chips washed down with Fentimans Old Cola. So tasty.

There is also a very small carnival with a few rides for kids & even a coconut shy! Don't get too excited ;) 

On one of the streets there was a small shop with a lady who sold her wares which consisted of molded plaster in tudor roses, animals & all sorts!

I couldn't leave without buying something! 

I even made a new friend!!