Personal style

The Blues

Blue hair by Glasshouse Salon, Nick Campbell sunglasses (similar black sunglasses here), Studio Nicholson top, Larsson & Jennings watch, Topshop neoprene skirt and black Birkenstocks

Taking tonal dressing to the next level with blue hair and of my favourite pieces by Studio Nicholson. Olivia at Glasshouse Salon took me to the blue side recently – it’s always fun to break free my from usual blonde – if only for a short while. After all, dusty blues and navy will always be a good idea.

My appreciation for neoprene skirts continues with this crisp white, voluminous style from Topshop. I’m all about the bold silhouette; which could almost be considered ladylike if it wasn’t for the blue hair and failsafe Birks…

Photos my Frances

Precious Metal

Nick Campbell sunglasses, A.P.C linen tee, Monica Vinader necklace, bracelet and rings and Topshop neoprene midi skirt

I’ve always had a thing for dainty jewels with minimal embellishments. Over the years I’ve amassed a small collection of whisper-thin rings and simple bracelets and barely-there necklaces.

Monica Vinader manages to tick all off these boxes (which is no mean-feat; I’m more than a little selective when it comes to jewellery). So I’ve joined forces, along with 4 other London based bloggers so celebrate the new Jewel Co-ordinates campaign. Fuss-free, beautifully made jewels with the extra special touch of being able to inscribe whatever you wish. Just my kind of bling.


Nick Campbell sunglasses (similar black sunglasses available here), Zimmermann Flounce jumpsuit from Salt Resort Wear (similar jumpsuits available here and here) and RMK sandals (similar strappy sandals here)

Not sure if I’ve become extremely lazy, but I do appear to be wholly dependent on the jumpsuit of late. Minimal, chic and requiring little more than a pair of heels; it’s the ultimate fail-safe outfit. And this slinky Zimmermann number from Salt Resort Wear is just my jam. It’s super comfortable, a bit sexy and has roomy pockets hidden beneath those flouncy crepe layers. Island dressing at it’s easiest…


ASOS fedora hat, APC linen tee (similar black linen tank here), Urban Outfitters vintage overalls (more denim overalls available here and here) and black Birkenstocks

I’m more than a little partial to hydrangeas (as evidenced here and here), so I was rather happy to discover that the cobbled streets of Korcula, Croatia were lined with endless pink blooms. So many of Croatia’s islands had hydrangeas dotted all over; it was such a romantic touch to the already picturesque sea-side villages.

Despite the fact that sometimes these overalls make me feel all of twelve years old, they have served me well this year… What is it about this 90′s piece of denim which feels so summer appropriate?