Personal style

Weekend Uniform

Ray-Ban Wayfarers, Atterley Road jacket (similar khaki parka available here), COS tee (similar white tee available here), Witchery jeans (similar skinny jeans available here), McQ mini leather sac and McQ Rita sandals

Updating my usual weekend uniform of skinny denim and a slouchy white tee with a little khaki and the slickest sandals around. Can’t get enough of that metal hardware; McQ is killin’ the accessories game.

Also, I finally joined Snapchat. Follow my weekend antics on @wethepeoplefsn for plenty of monochrome threads, fresh blooms and French pastries.

Created in collaboration with McQ

Knitted

Ran-Bay Wayfarers, I Love Mr Mittens knitted jumper, Cheap Monday skinny jeans, 32.4 rings and Alexandre Birman suede heels (similar suede heels available here)

This delicious piece of knitwear by I love Mr Mittens has put in the hard yards this winter. Beautifully made and insanely warm it has kept my cold-boned self warm even in the most extreme of temperatures (I’m looking at you New York). When it comes to knitwear, the bigger the better.

The Tunic

Ray-Ban Wayfarers, Acne leather jacket, Dorothy Perkins navy tunic, Balenciaga trousers and Dorothy Perkins flatform sandals

When it comes to the pieces in my wardrobe I reach for day in, day out, it’s all about simplicity and versatility. So when Dorothy Perkins asked me to pick a style hero for the season, the humble tunic dress struck a chord. An unlikely hero perhaps (and often over-shadowed by other pieces such as the leather jacket or trench), but it’s slick simplicity cannot be argued with.

Lately I’ve been throwing on my summer dressers over tailored trousers, so I figured why not apply the same rule of thumb to the tunic (the 90’s are back after all, right?).

Check out the rest of my tunic-related musings over at Dorothy Perkins right here.

Created in collaboration with Dorothy Perkins

Cold Shoulder

Nick Campbell sunglasses (similar black available sunglasses here), Eight Slate top (similar off the shoulder tops here and here), Balenciaga trousers, Valentino bag from Vestiaire Collective and Sigerson Morrison sandals (available in white here)

Bringing back the 90’s one piece at a time… Although the off the shoulder top of my youth never looked quite as slick as this. Such a good way to show off a little skin without really exposing anything at all. And these gold-buckled Sigerson Morrison sandals have me wanting to get my toes out already. Bring on summer.