WFH in Reiss + My Oliver Peoples Frames

Sharing with you my two most rewarding purchases of the year – my Reiss knit dress and my Oliver Peoples frames.

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Celine Cabas Tote Review

I’m no stranger to a black Celine bag. They make up the majority of my handbag collection. And after almost six years of use, I figured it was about time I shared my thoughts on my Celine Cabas Tote. It is a bag I’ve used countless times for both work and play over the years. In this post, I take you through my thoughts on wear & tear, the different sizes it comes in and my verdict on the bag.

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The Designer Purchases That Didn’t Work For Me

Back in the day, I wasn’t one to shy away from a designer purchase and in hindsight, I probably went a little overboard in my junior lawyer years! While I’ve collected some real gems that I still use today and managed to rotate a fair few pieces by selling a lot of my lightly worn items, I made some purchases that didn’t end up being the wisest, either due to the fact that they were a bit too trendy, or because they could only be used for a specific purpose, meaning they wouldn’t get much use. Had cost-per-wear been part of the equation like it is today, I wouldn’t have bought more than half the items that I did!

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Why Midi Skirts Work For Every Season

Skirt trends come and go, and while the midi skirt may have started out as one, it has proven itself to be a core wardrobe staple. Compared to its mini…

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Finding a Work/Life Balance During Lockdown

It has been almost 4 months since the majority of us have been working from home and I don’t know about you, but there have been moments where it all felt a bit heavy. With so much uncertainty in the world and the constant anxiety-inducing news headlines, the world is a very different place to where it was last year with so much we can’t control.

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Designer Items On My Wishlist

Overall, I’m pretty content with the state of my wardrobe but I do keep and update wishlists on my favourite online boutiques, such as Net-A-Porter, Matches and Reiss, on the off-chance that items go on sale. I’ve adopted a slower approach to fashion since having kids and as a result, have prioritised pieces made to last to ensure I get the most enjoyment out of them. When it comes to designer pieces in particular, I look towards investing in classic styles, as I’ve found these are the pieces in my wardrobe that get the most love.

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