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Thursday, 27 March 2014

VANITY FAIR | OSCARS 2014

The second infamous Oscars 'place to be seen' is the Vanity Fair party. Below I have chosen some of my favourite looks from the red carpet and a couple of the party pictures. How many beautiful people can you squeeze into one event?

The Vanity Fair Carpet

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo
Doutzen Kroes
Emmy Rossum
Karlie Kloss
Kate Hudson
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis
Selena Gomez
Sheryl Crow
Simon Baker
Taylor Swift

The Party Pictures


Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo
Neil Patrick Harris
Reese Witherspoon
Naomi Watts

Taylor Swift, Jaime King, Gigi Hadid and Ireland Baldwin 
Len Wiseman
and Kate Beckinsale
Chris Hemsworth, Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Liam Hemsworth

This brings a close to the events season for the start of this year! Which has been your favourite event? My best dressed will most likely make an appearance at the Met Ball in May!



*I sourced the images from Huffington PostVanity Fair and Pop Sugar.


Thursday, 20 March 2014

ELTON JOHN | OSCARS 2014

As promised at the start of the month, I scoured the internet for my favourite looks from the infamous Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party. My favourite look from the event was definitely Kourtney Kardashian's feminine suit.

Yolanda and David Foster
Jessica Lowndes

Jillian Murray and Lydia Hearst
Khloe Kardashian

Kim Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kristin Cavallari
Vanessa Hudgens


Who's look did you love the most from the night?



*All the images came from Huffington PostHollywood Life and Pop Sugar.
Sunday, 16 March 2014

NASTY GAL LOVE

Nasty Gal is an American clothing brand I freakin' love! Their style is a sort of cool, edgey, Californian girl and everything is really reasonably priced. Unfortunately they don't have a warehouse in the UK so you have to pay for the postage and import tax :( I did manage to find the red Night Fall dress on eBay for the barginous price of £21, woo! I have also fallen in love with the black Midnight Run jumpsuit but I just can't justify adding it to my poor student wardrobe, sad times. Check out some of my favourite pieces from their new arrivals below...  
Back To Basics Bag £38.99
Double Up Midi Ring Set £7.20

Gilded Pyramid Handpiece £7.20
Hutton Sandal £46.79

Life Of The Party Dress £76.79
Love Story Shades £10.80

Luxor Ear Cuff £15.00
Morning Glow Kimono £34.79

Quay Asha Shades £24.00
Rapid Motion Shorts £46.79

Rose Tattoo Crop Top £16.80
School's Out Dress - Chambray £34.79

Skye and Staghorn Kat Halter One Piece £119.98
Snake Along Cuff £16.80

Sunahara Acapulco Chain Ring £34.79
Sweetheart Skater Dress - Coral £40.79

Take Me With You Bag £40.79
Trifecta Collar Necklace £15.00

UNIF Shorebreak Swimsuit £103.18
Velocity Dress £21.00

Check out their website here for all the pieces above and many more beautiful things to fall in love with. Which is your favourite new Nasty Gal item? Are there any other American brands you love?



Thursday, 13 March 2014

LONDON | DAY THREE

Our final day in London began bright and early with a trip to Somerset House, stopping at Starbucks on the way for some breaky.


It was, of course the week after Fashion Week so they were still taking everything down, how exciting.



We wandered around the buildings before stumbling across the Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! exhibition.


We then walked along the river towards the Shard and passed this teeny pub!


We also popped our heads into the beautiful St Paul's cathedral.


Our next stop was Regent's Street where we popped into Liberty's. This was one of the best places for my research as you can see from the pictures they have an amazing luxury bath and body section and a huge range of unique tableware.





We wandered in and out of the shops around Carnaby Street before stopping for lunch at the delicious b-soho.




After lunch we walked down Regent's Street to the Burberry flagship store which is incredible, definitely worth a visit!


To end the afternoon we weaved down Oxford Street and into Forever 21 and then Selfridges, where I couldn't resit my first Pinkberry...



I was so so excited and it did not disappoint! I cannot recommend the yummy fro-yo enough :)

We then took the tube back to our hostel to collect our bags and took a final underground to Euston station where we nibbled on warm buttery toast and sipped lattes while waiting for our train and reminishing already about an amazing few days. 

London, it's been a pleasure and I can't wait to return!



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