Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Shoesday: Dkode

It's only recently I discovered Portuguese brand Dkode, but was instantly enamoured with their Iara court shoe. There's something so elegant about it, hinting at historical shoe designs but with a modern twist, which I think would be perfect for classic lolita stylings. They're chic shoes, with ever such pretty details in delicate laser cut dots and scalloped edges.
The colour of palette of the shoe range is lovely, from classic black to burgundy, and dusty rose pink to soft blue. Whilst Dkode offer a variety of styles I'm particularly a fan of the cosy shoe boots and ladylike court shoes which would work well both with both skinny jeans and whimsical tea dresses.
Well I've got my eye on the lovely Iara court shoe, but which of these beautiful designs is your favourite?
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1. Oceane court shoe in blue and grey
2. Ida court shoe in pink
3. Violet court shoe in blue
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4. Laceto shoe boots in black
5. Bara ankle boots in blue
6. Victoria shoe boots in red
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7. Oasis court shoe in blue
8. Berthe court shoe in red
9. Iara court shoe in blue and grey

Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Merry Christmas!


Hoping you've all had a wonderful Christmas day!

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

High Street Hits: Cosy Sleeves

The weather outside is getting rather chilly for my liking, but it's all the more reason to bring out a snuggly statement knit with cosy sleeves to keep you toasty. Here are a few of my favourites on the highstreet at the moment:
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1. Cream Striped Hearts Jumper, was £30 now £21 Red Herring
2. Rose Print Jumper, £40 Oasis
3. Cool Cat Cropped Sweater, £11.50 Forever 21
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4. Mela Rose Knit Jumper, £25 Yumi
6. Navy Flocked Bird Jumper, £28 Dorothy Perkins
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7. Blue Spot Jumper, £40 Oasis
8. Gold Jacquard Sweat, £45 Warehouse
9. Knitted All Over Bear Jumper, £42 Topshop

Sunday, 24 November 2013

London Fashion Week Hat Style: SS14

Florrie LFW Street Style London Fashion Week Intrinsically Clarke
Florrie LFW Street Style London Fashion Week Intrinsically Clarke
Florrie LFW Street Style London Fashion Week Intrinsically Clarke
Florrie LFW Street Style London Fashion Week Intrinsically Clarke
Florrie LFW Street Style London Fashion Week Intrinsically Clarke
Florrie LFW Street Style London Fashion Week Intrinsically Clarke
As well as seeing the exciting new hats being shown by the designers at London Fashion Week, I also love spying the amazing headwear worn by the attendees. Here are some of my favourite millinery confections seen at SS14- from dark statement brims to intricate metallic embellishment, and from streetwear to adorable cat ears.

Saturday, 16 November 2013

High Street Hits: Autumn Arm Candy

I must confess to having a weakness when it comes to pretty bags, and there sure are some lovely ones on the high street at the moment! From Autumn florals to flashes of neon, and from classic satchels to the most amazing dog shaped confection from Irregular Choice, which of these beauties is your favourite?
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Garden Rose Biker Bag, £60 Cath Kidston
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Owl Satchel, £25 Accessorize
Mini Kai Across Body Bag, £45 Ollie & Nic
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Alison Barrel Bag, £65 Ollie & Nic
Hound Dog bag, £65 Irregular Choice
Printed Nylon Clutch, £28 Topshop

Friday, 8 November 2013

London Fashion Week Shoe Style: Autumn Boots

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Intrinsically Florrie Clarke LFW Street Style London Fashion Week
Intrinsically Florrie Clarke LFW Street Style London Fashion Week
Intrinsically Florrie Clarke LFW Street Style London Fashion Week
Intrinsically Florrie Clarke LFW Street Style London Fashion Week
Intrinsically Florrie Clarke LFW Street Style London Fashion Week
I'm currently on the look out for some cosy Autumn boots; they don't yet have to be tough enough to withstand frost and snow, but I would like something a little warmer to keep my little toes snug. Ankle or calf high, I've long loved Victorian style lace up boots as there's just something so elegant about them. Then Irregular Choice often do a wonderfully fun take on the ankle boot with their Abigail's Party style in a variety of colourful options which are full of character and always finished with gorgeous laces.
However, there was a chunkier trend turning London Fashion Week into its stomping ground, in the form of the classic Dr Martens boot and similarly punchy styles. Whether in black, statement white or pretty pink and tied with ribbons, they've all got a good dose of attitude.
Which of my LFW shoe street style picks is your favourite and what boots will you be rocking this Autumn and Winter?