Personal style

Downtown Cool

Shop the looks: Witchery Longline tuxedo blazer, A-line Mini skirt, Combat boots, Deep V knit dress, Zip pouch, Urban longsleeve shirt and Double zip biker jacket

Simple, monochromatic dressing has always been an aesthetic that I’m down with. My wardrobe has long told the tale of relaxed tailoring, slick separates and a whole of leather. I’ve got no doubt these combat boots are deemed to become a repeat offender, and this slouchy (and slightly saucy) knitted dress is exactly what I’ll be wrapping up in when I hit London town next month.

Wardrobe planning aside, I’m super pleased to share that I’m the newest member of Witchery’s Style Collective, a creative hub featuring some of my fellow bloggers and friends. High five on the slick work Witchery, and thank you for including me!

Created in Collaboration with Witchery, check out the rest of my editorial over at The W Edit.

Photos by Katherine

London Abode

Charlie May x Eleven Everything turtleneck, Nobody Denim jeans, Studio Nicholson wool blazer, T by Alexander pocket tee, Charlie May neoprene trousers, Jimmy Choo navy suede pumps, Acne Studios leather jacket and Michael Kors watch

I’m not gunna lie, parting from London was such sweet sorrow. It’s a pretty ruthless city (particularly if you arrive in winter like I did – amateur move) which attempts to chew you up and spit you back out. But then you learn to navigate the city, get acquainted with the local pub and appreciate the sunshine like never before; and all of a sudden you realise London feels like home.

I don’t actually have a place to call my own right now (I’m a sucker for change), so I thought I’d share these images which were taken in my Dalston loft during my last week in London. I’ve got pangs of nostalgia already…

Photos by Frances for Toni & Guy