Lady of the Night

Reiss quilted leather jacket, black bustier jumpsuit and satin t-bar heels

What I get up to in the evenings goes largely undocumented on this blog. But since living in London these past two years there has been just as many fun nights out as there has been trips to brunch or Columbia Road Flower Market… So I figured it was high time I shared a glimpse into my wardrobe after dark. Surprise, surprise, there’s a whole lot of leather and black.

So it the name of evening style I hung out with with slick British brand Reiss (and a few other lovely ladies) at The Hoxton to get a little dressed up. This leather jacket is pretty much the exact sort of thing I wear out weekend in and out. And let’s face it, a simple jumpsuit always deserves a little airtime. Check out the full feature on Reiss right here. You can also shop my black-clad look here.

Shot on location at The Hoxton with hair by Sassoon Salons.


Dion Lee blazer (budget option here), Agent Provocateur Denver bra, Balenciaga trousers (similar black tailored trousers available here and here) and Jimmy Choo suede pumps (budget option here)

For all my love of slouchy basics and minimal dressing, I will forever be partial to lingerie of the lacy variety. The more delicate the better. And this saucy Agent Provocateur bra (which you can just see peeking out of my blazer) adds just a cheeky touch of sexiness to some of my more masculine favourites…

Photos by Frances

Baby Blue

Acne Studios knitted jumper (similar budget options available here and here), Pinghe pleated skirt and Alexandre Birman suede heels (similar black heels available here and here)

If you follow me on the ‘gram, you will have noticed that despite the lack of colour in my wardrobe, I have developed a mild obsession for pastel houses since living in London. They are just so damn charming. And to be fair, the cotton candy streets of Notting Hill felt all too appropriate for this pleated Pinghe skirt. Soft and structured all at the same time; an ideal combination. Balanced out by messy hair and a slouchy knit for good measure.

Photos by Noni