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The second round up of a new series where I look back over the past month’s fashion choices and provide a snapshot of the best the month had to offer.
I must admit that I’ve been browsing the sales and online stores much more than I intended to, but thankfully the ‘unexpected’ purchases that I’ve made have all aligned with the style goals that I set myself for the year. Without a doubt, the highlight of this month are the Dior slingbacks that I’ve finally ticked off my wishlist. I’m planning on doing a dedicated blog post on them shortly.
On the work front, I was able to catch my breath and get stuck into some advice work that had been banking up. June was a bit manic with many late nights and urgent court deadlines. As many of you may know, I’m currently on a 12 month secondment as in-house counsel of a public sector organisation. The pandemic threw a bit of a curveball into my secondment experience and I’ve officially spend longer at home than I have in the office. Despite that, it’s been a real eye-opener working for another organisation, particularly in public service, and I strongly encourage you to take on secondment opportunities if they’re ever presented to you!
The style lessons I wish I’d learnt before my 30s: I reflect on all the things I wish I knew and share some of the mistakes I made as a doe-eyed 20-something year old
The versatility of khaki: how I’ve styled it as well as the pieces that you need to test drive the colour for yourself
The five wardrobe staples that will serve you all year round: and if chosen carefully, year on year
The designer items on my wishlist: (and I may or may not have purchased the item at the top of my list in the last couple of weeks!)
Finding a work/life balance during lockdown: These unprecedented times call for more self check-ups
The designer purchases that didn’t work for me: What I would have done differently with the benefit of hindsight
Midi skirts and why they work for all seasons: a versatile length that’s great for work and weekend
As always, thanks for your support.