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I’m kicking off a new series of posts where I publish a round-up of my blog posts and favourites for the month. I publish around two to three blog posts each week and these monthly summaries will provide a snapshot of the best the month had to offer!
I don’t know about you but June felt like it came and went in a flash. Not only was it hugely significant in amplifying and advocating the Black Lives Matter movement, it also felt like we’re becoming more adjusted and coming to grips with the new ‘normal’ – if I can call it that.
For me, it was a particularly busy month at work and there were many late nights on video calls working on urgent matters. Even though it was labour intensive, I still managed to maintain a steady rhythm of publishing blog posts every few days. As you know, this blog is a passion project of mine and its how I spend my down time (and some of my should-be-asleep time!). While it takes up a sizeable chunk of my time, it continues to be a rewarding project connecting with you all.
An updated Gucci belt review after 2+ years of wear: I talk sizing, width and whether it was worth all the hype.
A comprehensive review of Everlane’s New 40 Hour Flats in Navy ReKnit: I’ve lived in the leather versions for months so it was a given for me to road-test the knit version (made from recycled plastic bottles!)
An A/W Outfit featuring Everlane and Reiss: Who said white jeans were just for the summer?!
My Top Tips for Caring for your Clothes to Ensure they Last: Buying clothes built to last is one thing, but there’s a lot you should be doing to ensure they last.
The Five Classic Colour Combinations that Always Work: My go-to colour combinations that make getting dressed for work each day that much easier.
The Best of Reiss’ Sale: Up to 50% off suiting and knitwear.
In between monthly diaries you can check out my featured looks here on Instagram and you can shop my wardrobe here.
As always, thanks for your support.