Belstaff leather jacket Model KT bag

As a lover of bright colours I don’t often wear neutrals; I find they can make me look washed out. In general I feel much more comfortable in red, blue or green than beige, tan and cream. I often recall Sue Kreitzman’s warning: “Don’t wear beige, it might kill you”. So it was with a little trepidation that I put this outfit together.

My Jennifer Hamley Model KT bag in salamander lifts the neutrals with a pop of orange.

I bought the shirt from Zara on my last trip to Paris along with the hat I wore in this post. The print appealed to me instantly so I bought it without even trying it on. Out of my colourful comfort zone though, I struggled to find a way to wear it that didn’t look bland. Only one thing to do – add colour with accessories. My Jennifer Hamley Model KT bag in salamander lifts the neutrals with a pop of orange. I’ve featured the aubergine and teal versions of this amazing laptop bag on the blog before. I don’t often buy something in three colours, so that says a lot about how much I love this design.

I wasn’t actually planning on wearing the jacket with this outfit until the last minute, but it’s been waiting long enough for an outing.

While the shirt waited nine months to make its debut, the leather jacket had to wait a lot longer…six years in fact! I don’t know why, just one of those times when if you don’t find a way of incorporating a piece of clothing into your wardrobe straight away it ends up languishing on the hanger. Such a shame considering how soft and buttery it is…and that Belstaff jackets are very expensive. I wasn’t actually planning on wearing the jacket with this outfit until the last minute, but it’s been waiting long enough for an outing. I wasn’t sure if it’d work but I figured if it didn’t I just wouldn’t use those photos.

I bought the jacket when my daughter was a baby – I’d popped in to TKMaxx for some baby clothes and my attention wandered. Not being able to resist a browse I spotted the jacket on the clearance rail and had to have it. Even heavily reduced it was still expensive. I remember calling my husband from the shop to ask if it was OK to buy it, even though it was being funded by my savings! In my mind it was a treat to myself for going through a very stressful time.

The white piping gives the trousers a casual feel so they pair well with tennis shoes or flats.

When I bought these trousers from Asos I also ordered the matching jacket, but it was too baggy and a bit too matchy matchy for my liking. It looked great on the model styled casually with Stan Smiths, but it didn’t work for me. The white piping gives the trousers a casual feel so they pair well with tennis shoes or brogues. If I had a mid length camel coat I would wear that with the trousers for a slouchy look. That’s another thing on my “to buy” list, which seems to be never-ending. For now my motto is “keep calm and shop your closet”!

Do you love wearing neutrals or do you need colour in your outfit? Let me know in the comments and don’t forget to link up!

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Zara shirt Model KT bag Asos trousers Belstaff leather jacket Model KT bag

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Zara shirt Model KT bag Asos trousers Belstaff leather jacket Model KT bag

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Zara shirt Model KT bag Asos trousers Belstaff leather jacket Model KT bag

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Zara shirt Model KT bag Asos trousers

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Zara shirt Model KT bag Asos trousers

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Jennifer Hamley Model KT salamander

Neutrals With a Pop of Orange Zara shirt Jennifer Hamley Model KT salamander

Jacket: Belstaff | shirt: Zara | trousers: Asos | shoes: TKMaxx (old) | bag: Jennifer Hamley | sunglasses: Roberto Cavalli


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January Beauty Favourites Tarte mascara L'Or des Pharaons

Well, January is almost over (thank goodness) and the nights are drawing out, meaning Spring isn’t far off. I’ve been busy trying out lots of new products, so I’m sharing a round up of my favourites. I plan to make it a regular end of month feature. For January’s beauty favourites I’ve picked items that I’ve recently discovered and have well and truly earned a permanent place in my beauty routine.

When it comes to mascaras I’m very hard to please; basically I want one that ticks every box – volume, length, colour intensity and definitely NO clumping.

Most often, I’m introduced to new products through beauty boxes, and one that’s been a big hit for me is the relatively new Tili box from QVC. It stands for “Try it, like it” and I certainly did. QVC released a box for October and November but they’ve made us wait for the third one, which is due to go on sale in February. November’s box contained two fabulous eye products: the Pixi Endless Silky Eye Pen and Tarte Tarteist mascara. When it comes to mascaras I’m very hard to please; basically I want one that ticks every box – volume, length, colour intensity and definitely NO clumping. Tarte’s Tarteist mascara certainly fulfils all of those requirements.

Tarteist is now my favourite mascara and I simply can’t be without it. It adds amazing length and volume to my lashes with minimal effort.

The brush captures every lash with just a few sweeps, coating them with the jet black, glossy formula. Tarteist uses triple-black painted mineral pigments to strengthen and condition lashes. It’s vegan and free from parabens, mineral oil, phthalates and sodium lauryl sulfates. Tarteist is now my favourite mascara and I simply can’t be without it. It adds amazing length and volume to my lashes with minimal effort. It has serious staying power too;  I went out on a seven mile run wearing it and less than a mile in the weather changed…for the worse. I ran the rest of it in howling wind and rain, fully expecting to look like Alice Cooper when I got home, but to my amazement it hadn’t budged, as you can see below.

post run selfie Tarteist mascara

Eyeliner is part of my everyday makeup routine, so finding one that is soft, intensely pigmented and smudge proof is essential. Over the years I’ve had a few hits (Eye of Horus Goddess Pencil is seriously good) as well as plenty of misses (Mac Pro Longwear Eye Liner was surprisingly disappointing).

With the Pixi Endless Silky Pen you get the look of a wet eyeliner in a pencil; one sweep of the pencil leaves a perfectly crisp and clean line.

I’m absolutely rubbish at doing a winged eyeliner so I go for a smokey, slightly smudged look on my upper eyes. With the Pixi Endless Silky Pen you get the look of a wet eyeliner in a pencil. One stroke of the pencil leaves a perfectly crisp and clean line. The texture is soft and velvety but you really don’t need to apply much pressure, so it doesn’t squash and blunt the tip. Handy advice on the Pixi website: pop it in the freezer a few minutes before sharpening.

It’s available in 18 shades, including two blacks – Black Noir and Glimmery Black, as well as beautiful jewel tones. I’ve got the Black Noir shade which I love, but I’m planning on buying a few more. At £12 they won’t break the bank and because of the colour intensity they last really well. A fabulous pencil that gets top marks from me!

January Beauty Favourites Pixi Endless silky eye pen Tarteist mascara

January Beauty Favourites Pixi Endless silky eye pen swatch

So that’s two fantastic eye products, but I have to mention one for lips too. I got a mini tube of Sexy Mother Pucker lip gloss in Soap and Glory’s annual Christmas gift set, The Whole Glam Lot. I had tried SMP before and wasn’t keen on the tingly feeling it causes, but having given it another try I really like it.

I’m not sure if it does make my lips look fuller, but it certainly feels like it’s working – it really does tingle!

The shade – Rose and Shine – is a delicate pink which I like to wear over a pinky nude lipstick. I’m not sure if it does make my lips look fuller, but it certainly feels like it’s working – it really does tingle! This is a new formula (maybe that’s why I’ve changed my mind about it) which is smooth and glossy without feeling sticky. There are seven super flattering soft shades available.

January Beauty Favourites Soap and Glory Sexy Mother Pucker lip gloss swatch

One of the most unusual beauty products I’ve tried recently is L’Or des Pharaons Face & Body Mist. I say unusual because it’s a purified water that contains monatomic, diatomic and nanoclusters of pure gold, platinum and zinc.

L’Or des Pharaons (Gold of the Pharaohs) was developed using research on ancient manuscripts, combined with modern technology on the use and extraction of Nano gold, platinum and zinc.

Drawing on ancient Egyptian beliefs the website says “In Ancient Egypt, the Gold of the Pharaohs was used for face masks to preserve the skin, while monatomic gold was used to rejuvenate and extend human lifespan”. L’Or des Pharaons (Gold of the Pharaohs) was developed using research on ancient manuscripts, combined with modern technology on the use and extraction of Nano gold, platinum and zinc. It’s claimed the particles are small enough to pass through cell membranes for optimum absorption and efficacy.

I use it after cleansing and before serum/moisturiser for a refreshing and revitalising hydration boost. In hot weather I’ll store it in the fridge for a cooling spritz. I recently had laser treatment for broken veins around my nose, which puts a lot of heat into the skin, and I found this spray perfect for calming it down.

January Beauty Favourites L'Or des Pharaons Face & Body Mist

January Beauty Favourites YSL Mon Paris Ritual of Sakura body cream

I’m quite fussy about perfume; I usually have one that I wear all the time, rather than have one for day and one for evening. YSL Manifesto had been my “signature scent” for years, but when I was browsing the duty free shop at Gatwick airport a few months ago, I tried the new Mon Paris from YSL. I loved it instantly.

Mon Paris has fruity top notes, an intoxicating floral heart and a dark chypre base which combine to create a sensual and radiant fragrance.

Although I usually test a scent several times before I take the plunge (just to be sure I really like it) I  was convinced at first sniff that this was the one for me. Mon Paris has fruity top notes, an intoxicating floral heart and a dark chypre base which combine to create a sensual and radiant fragrance. I bought a gift set that included a miniature bottle to keep in my handbag for touch ups during the day, although it does have pretty good lasting power. The sales assistant told me that Manifesto is being gradually phased out and replaced by Mon Paris, so I’ll have to stock pile a few bottles because I’d like to have the choice of both. Don’t you just hate it when one of your favourite perfumes is discontinued?

Rituals of Sakura is a velvety-smooth lightweight cream containing nourishing Vitamin E and Centella Asiatica to leave skin silky, supple and smooth.

Pictured with the perfume is a rather delightful body cream. Rituals is a completely new brand to me so I had no idea of price point or what to expect. I got this travel-sized tube in the Marks and Spencer advent calendar which was amazing value for money. Rituals of Sakura is a velvety-smooth lightweight cream containing nourishing Vitamin E and Centella Asiatica to leave skin silky, supple and smooth. It has a beautifully delicate scent of rice milk and cherry. At £19.50 for 220ml it’s a bit spendy, but would make a fabulous Valentine’s Day gift, so get hinting now 😉 I’m popping this in my travel bag ready for my next holiday.

January Beauty Favourites Nude Rescue Oil Nude Firming Youth Oil

Last but not least is a duo of facial oils from Nude. Over the last few years my skin has become dryer, so oils are now a regular feature in my skincare routine. I usually apply one in place of a moisturiser two or three nights a week. Nude Progenius Firming Youth Oil and Rescue Oil are skin saviours, particularly during the Winter.

My skin loves this oil, but with an RRP of £72 my bank balance doesn’t, so I’ve been trying to eke out my 5ml bottle.

The Firming Youth Oil contains all five omegas, prickly pear, peacock’s tail algae and passion fruit extracts, “renowned as some of nature’s most effective ingredients for minimizing visible signs of aging”. My skin loves this oil, but with an RRP of £72 my bank balance doesn’t, so I’ve been trying to eke out my 5ml bottle. Luckily I got the Rescue Oil too (I can’t remember where they came from, probably a beauty box) so I alternate them now. Rescue Oil is a lighter formula containing bakuchiol, “nature’s answer to retinol, without the negative side effects”. Purifying coleus root and organic rosemary extracts work to clarify the complexion and antioxidant-rich ingredients provide environmental protection.

At £58 for 30ml Rescue Oil is cheaper than the Firming Youth Oil, however, my skin has expensive taste, so although I happily use both, given the choice I’d opt for the latter. Temptingly, the Firming Youth Oil is currently on sale at Sephora, reduced to £49.12 – still not cheap but a significant saving.

Have you tried any of these products? What are your beauty favourites at the moment? Let me know in the comments!

 

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Oakwood black leather jacket Fluorescent PR Press Day

If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen a few photos from the Fluorescent PR Press Day in London I went to last week. It was a fun afternoon, looking at different products and meeting people. There were some fabulous treatments on offer too – I got my nails done, false eyelashes applied and had my lips coated in glitter!

On the one hand I want to choose clothes and accessories that project my personality and stand out a little, but I also want to be comfortable.

Deciding what to wear to events like this is always a balance between creativity and practicality. On the one hand I want to choose clothes and accessories that project my personality and stand out a little, but I also want to be comfortable. If your feet hurt or something is itchy/too tight/constantly needs adjusting, it can ruin your day. On such occasions I usually start with footwear and build from there.

Oakwood black leather jacket Fluorescent PR Press Day

My black M&S ankle boots with a block heel are comfortable enough to wear all day and have quite a slender shape, so they look good with skirts and trousers. As I was going to be spending almost six hours in total sitting on the train I thought trousers might look crumpled, so I opted for a thick midi skirt with opaque tights instead. The skirt has pockets (extra brownie points!) and hangs nicely, even though it has deep splits. I teamed it with a lightweight cat and mouse motif sweater (previously seen on the blog here and here) and a necklace I bought from Sfera on a trip to Madrid.

It can be difficult to find a coat to wear with a longish, flared skirt like this one – a shorter coat doesn’t look right – so I usually wear it with my leather jacket. It cinches in at the waist and balances out the volume of the skirt. The stretch panels on the sides and the sleeves make it super comfortable. The only pop of colour is the red bag and blue charm, although I did wear a matching blue scarf for travelling as it was a very cold day.

Arabella and Addison cat and mouse jumper

Jacket: Oakwood (similar) | skirt: Asos (similar) | jumper: Arabella and Addison | boots: M&S (similar) | bag: Mila Blu (similar)

Red Mila Blu bag

Arabella and Addison cat and mouse sweater

So onto the event: The venue was very easy to get to from Euston – just two tube stops to Oxford Circus, and then a short walk from there. The temptation to veer off into the shops was strong but I resisted! When I arrived I was greeted by the lovely Holly from Fluorescent PR who showed me around the stands.

Almost a week later and I still can’t stop looking at my shiny rose gold nails – I’ve had so many compliments on them.

My eyes were immediately drawn to the stunning glitter bags by SOS15 – such fun and quirky designs. In fact there was glitter and sparkle in abundance because upstairs I had a Calgel chrome manicure thanks to the lovely Izabelle Hammon team. Almost a week later and I still can’t stop looking at my shiny rose gold nails – I’ve had so many compliments on them. While waiting to have my nails done I had false lashes applied by Lash Unlimited which only took a few minutes but made such a difference. The strip lashes can be reused so I’m going to try putting them on myself for a special occasion.

SOS15 glitter bags Fluorescent PR Press Day Vivderma Fluorescent PR Press Day

Sukin Fluorescent PR Press Day

laura-gravestock-jewellery Fluorescent Pr Press Day

izabelle-hammon Fluorescent Pr Press Day

rose-gold-chrome-nails Izabelle Hammon Fluorescent PR Press Day

beauty-boulevard-stand Fluorescent Pr Press Day

glitter-lips Beauty Boulevard Fluorescent Pr Press Day

Before it was time to leave I had the Glitter Lips treatment by the lovely Paula from Beauty Boulevard. I have to admit, I did wonder if it would draw too much attention on the train journey home, but I’m so glad I tried it. I’m now totally obsessed with this stuff! The application only took about five minutes but has staying power that has to be seen to be believed. It does not budge one iota. You can drink, eat…or whatever 😉 and it still looks immaculate. There are plenty of colours to choose from. I tried Vintage Pretty, a dusky pink shade, but I saw a few people try the red and it looks AMAZING…like Dorothy’s red shoes in the Wizard of Oz.  Ah, I could get use to being pampered over a glass of prosecco 🙂

What would be your favourite thing to try…chrome nails, glitter lips or false lashes? Let me know your fave and don’t forget to link up your outfits!


 

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Navy, Green, Aubergine Model KT Work Bag + Style With a Smile Link Up

Do you remember that saying that “blue and green should never be seen”? In other words, combining these two colours is a fashion faux pas. Well thankfully, we’re all beginning to realise that rules are for fools…at least when it comes to getting dressed. Not content with ignoring that outdated rule, I’ve gone one better by combining navy, green AND aubergine, thanks to my Model KT bag.

Putting this outfit together I had two things in mind: I want to be warm but I don’t want to wear boots. Or a big jumper. Ok, that’s actually three things. Now don’t get me wrong, I love boots and jumpers. They are probably the most practical thing to wear at this time of year,  but you can have too much of a good thing. Besides, I’m impatient for Spring.

This navy jumper is a fine knit but very warm, so I was going to layer a lightweight coat over it. The one I had intended to wear is an M&S coat in chartreuse (a very similar style to this one) but it was too voluminous. Not at all how imagined it would look, which was disappointing because I really liked the two colours together. Feeling frustrated I went through my coats and jackets trying on different ones…when I remembered this Matthew Williamson blazer in the overspill wardrobe. I bought it on a whim from Cocosa about five years ago with a whopping 90% discount, but had never found a way to wear it, hence I forgot about it. The blazer is very similar in colour to the coat but a much better fit. All good, but it needed a third colour.

Because the jacket is such a vibrant colour, adding another bright hue could look garish, but the combination of navy, green and aubergine works like a dream.

I found the perfect companion in my aubergine Model KT bag. Because the jacket is such a vibrant colour, adding another bright hue could look garish, but the combination of navy, green and aubergine works like a dream. The overall look is smart casual. It looks professional but not too formal. I’m not keen on wearing ankle boots with these trousers because they leave a gap which makes my legs look shorter. Court shoes on soggy wet grass? No chance. It’s times like these that a practical Oxford style shoe justifies its place in my footwear collection. The masculine shape is offset by the higher than usual heel and funky snake print. They are incredibly comfortable too. Instead of my usual bold jewellery, I chose some delicate gold rings that mirror the colours of my outfit.

Do you like to experiment with colour combinations? Let me know in the comments, and don’t forget to link up your outfits at the bottom of the post!

Navy, Green, Aubergine Model KT Work Bag + Style With a Smile Link Up

Jennifer Hamley Model KT aubergine bag

Navy, Green, Aubergine Model KT Work Bag + Style With a Smile Link Up

Navy, Green, Aubergine Model KT Work Bag + Style With a Smile Link Up

Jennifer Hamley Model KT aubergine bag

Topshop snake print shoes

Pia Gold rings evil eye ring

mw-green-jacket

Jacket: Matthew Williamson (old) | trousers: Asos (similar) | roll neck sweater: TK Maxx (similar) | shoes: Topshop (old) | bag: Jennifer Hamley | sunglasses: Roberto Cavalli | stacked rings on middle finger: Pia


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Mummy and Me Outfit | Biker Jacket, Boots and Motif Sweater

Whenever I do outfit photos for the blog it sparks interest from a certain small person, who tries to muscle in on the action. So, after she spied me looking at Sandy a la Mode‘s incredibly cute “Mommy and Me Style” photos Isobel suggested we try doing an outfit post together. As she has a faux leather biker jacket that my niece gave to her (and makes her feel very grown up), that was the starting point. Isobel had free reign to choose what to wear (within reason) and I followed her lead. I was somewhat relieved she didn’t emerge dressed as Tinkerbell or wearing a pirate costume!

Let’s face it – who wouldn’t like a pink sequinned unicorn jumper? I just wish it was available in adult sizes.

The unicorn jumper and leggings are flavour of the month (granny knows what she likes!) so they are getting a lot of wear. Let’s face it – who wouldn’t like a pink sequinned unicorn jumper? I just wish it was available in adult sizes. The nearest thing I had was this red owl motif jumper from a couple of years ago. As if Isobel’s outfit couldn’t get any more unicorn-tastic, her leggings have diamante unicorns on them. You got me there little lady – I’ve got no match for those. Black skinny jeans had to suffice.

Mummy and Me Outfit | Biker Jacket, Boots and Motif Sweater

One area I can always compete on is footwear, but even here Isobel’s outdone me with the gold chain embellishment. She even poses better than me…I’m starting to suspect a covert blog takeover! Actually, Isobel wants to start her own blog about My Little Pony…but even that has a fashion angle because the plan is to use the colours of the ponies for outfit inspiration. She might be onto a winning idea with that. We may make the Mummy and Me matching outfits a regular feature. Kids can be fickle, so we’ll see how it goes!

Are you a fan of  unicorns? Let me know in the comments! Thanks to everyone who’s joined in my new Style With a Smile link up…I’m already looking forward to next Tuesday 🙂

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Mummy and Me Outfit | Biker Jacket, Boots and Motif Sweater

Henry

Henry watching from the sidelines…these photo shoots are a real family affair!

Mummy and Me Outfit | Biker Jacket, Boots and Motif Sweater

Leather jacket: Oakwood (similar) | jumper: old (this one is similar and also available in petite sizes) jeans: Gap | boots: Pied a Terre (similar)| bag: Zara (seen previously here and here)

Isobel’s outfit ~ faux leather jacket: old (similar) | unicorn jumper: Blue Zoo (this jumper is very similar to mine only in navy) | leggings: Blue Zoo (also available with diamante snowflakes, butterfliesheartsstars and planets and speech bubbles) boots: Matalan (similar)

 

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