Monday, October 14, 2013


It all started with a simple dress from Primark:-)

This was such a fun shoot. 
I wanted to show how u can really maximize your wardrobe and also be creative at the same time.
As a stylist, I get asked all kinds of questions, but the most popular was how to be cost effective and at the same time still be on trend with what was being churned out on the high streets of 
Oxford Street:-)
So I bought a dress from Primak for £10 and wore it 3 different ways. I also added some designer pieces that can easily be replaced with high street items as well.

I adore this look and its so lady-like as well.
Yes, yes, yes and yes darlings! 
You absolutely can add prints to an already printed outfit.
The key is for all the prints 2 B in the same colour family and of the SAME print. 
The chiffon scarf added a soft touch to the already loud print and the belt just helped to cinch in the waist which gave it the lady-like touch. 
I took a little Chanel bag and bow-tie sandals to finish the look and Voila! 
Your're ready for tea & biscuits with friends.
My make-up was very simple since the outfit was such a 
POW-WOW look.
I used my Ruby-Woo lipstick by Mac and just did a simple top lid Cat-eye to elongate them.
I also added some bronze shadow in the tear-duct of my eyes to brighten them up and for that extra POP.
This little trick makes a huge difference and u look so AWAKE and glowing.
I used the same bronze pigment from Mac as well, & added a touch to my cheek bones for that honey glow!
I wore matte gold earrings and a black chain necklace to finish the look. 
These pictures were taken in 
The Tea Room at the Grosvenor Hotel 
The outfit!
Scarf - Bloomingdales
Earrings - Accessorize
Necklace - TopShop
Ring - Robert Lee Morris
Belt - Mango
Bag - Chanel
Shoes - Dune
Dress - Primark
This is a beautiful day-time look, but it can also go all the way to evening and even to a party on a Saturday night. The other accessory you need with this look is.........
The belt was an extra touch and like I said b4, 
it just cinches in the waist. 
My waist is pretty small in proportion to my hips, 
so I always like to wear a belt whenever I can.
I adore this little quilted Chanel.
It can go from day to evening just like that. 
It's also has a lot more room than it looks. 

The tea was very nice indeed and the tea room was just so lovely.
I want to take this time to thank The Grosvenor Hotel for allowing us to shoot there. 
I'm always watching my weight so I didn't have any biscuits. 
But I did have three cups of tea, she laughs. 

Up next, look 2

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