White Out

A little different to my usual style, I went for a very feminine white look for today’s outfit.

The recent good weather in London has called for clothes that allow your body to breathe and be free and this two piece was the perfect outfit to do just that.

It’s amazing how wearing all white makes you feel more positive and bright about the day ahead. Especially strolling along South Kensington’s beautiful streets…

I teamed my white co-ord with some nude suede heels from Miss Pap. These are my favourite shoes at the moment because obviously they are my fav colour (nude queen) and they are high but still so comfy and easy to walk in. They are honestly my most comfortable heels I own!

As always, use my code TOULA10 to get 10% off anything from the babes at Miss Pap!

I personally think this look is perfect for something like graduation, going to see the races or a garden party.

White top: Topshop

White skirt: Topshop

Heels: Miss Pap

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A lot of culotte

So meet my newest obsession… culottes.  

Excuse the awful blog post title, but I really have been purchasing a lot of culotte trousers and couldn’t resist! 

They are perfect now that the weather is warming up and we are able to show a bit of skin, or ankle in this case. 

I love the olive colour of these, they go well with black and would also look great paired with a white top and shoes. 

I am in love with these cat eyed sunglasses from Missguided – I have been lusting over a pair extremely similar from Dior so was very happy when I spotted these for £8 rather than paying out £230 for the Dior pair. 

The shoes are from Topshop and I never thought I would see the day, but I am actually wearing kitten heels.

They are great when you want to get the look of wearing heels but not the discomfort as they are still super comfy due to the fact you are not raised more than a couple of centimetres from the ground haha. 

Leather jacket: Zara 

Black plunge bodysuit: Pretty Little Thing 

Olive Culottes: Boohoo 

Shoes: Topshop (sold out)

Sunglasses: Missguided 

Get the look – Band tee

Get the look – Band Tee Kimmy K style

I have always been a big fan of band tees, it used to be a more comfort at home outfit but recently I have found myself absolutely living in them.

 They are really in at the moment, with nearly every high street store selling them so it’s a win-win for me wearing something that is super comfy yet stylish.

This one of my favourite outfits at the moment and you can easily swap the heels for a pair of ankle boots of black trainers for a more casual/comfortable look.

Leather jacket: Topshop

Thrasher T-shirt: Missguided

Ripped jeans: H&M

Lace up heels: Missguided

Photos by Martyn Leung 


Thigh highs


Dress: Missguided

Leather jacket: Topshop

Sunglasses: Polaroid

Shoulder bag: Zara

Boots (similar): Public Desire  

I am in love with silk/satin wrap dresses at the moment, especially paired with thigh high boots.

Now I don’t know about you guys, but I have had a bit of an obsession with thigh high boots this past couple of years.

It started with my absolute loves – The Stuart Weitzman black suede lowland boots. Not cheap at £695 from Harrods, but a staple piece of my wardrobe that’s here to stay and I know I will be wearing every winter without fail.

I would have loved to get the same pair but the highland versions, but certainly wasn’t willing to spend that money so instead set about looking for my fav – an affordable version.

Not only was it about searching for the perfect pair, it was also about finding a pair that fitted my legs! Now I’m not complaining about having slim legs, but honestly I must have ordered about 10 pairs from different brands and had to return all of them because they were like a saggy bit of material hanging off my legs – not attractive!

It appears that the average calf circumference on high boots sold is 14 inches, for girls with slim legs you will need a 10/11inch circumference for them to be super tight. The Stuart Weitzman boots fit me well, they have a tie at the top to tighten accordingly to your size.

I found a great pair from ASOS as pictured below for only £60!

I was also after a leather pointy pair and ended up finding them online from a random boutique that I unfortunately can’t remember the name of. I still had to have them altered to fit my legs as they were still too big(thanks to my mum!).

Leather jacket: Topshop

Black polo neck: Topshop

Leopard print skirt (similar): Topshop

Boots (similar): Asos

Croc clutch bag: Whistles

Sunglasses: Missguided

Photos by Martyn Leung 


The Bomber edition


As you may have seen, Bomber jackets are absolutely everywhere at the moment. They are a great addition to your wardrobe and are definitely one of those ‘what did I wear before I had this’ pieces. I love this suede one from Missguided, it looks super cute on and goes perfectly with jeans or leather pants for a casual look.

I also love the satin bombers I have seen around… that is next on my shopping list!

Hat – New Era

Sunglasses – Missguided 

Bomber jacket (similar) – Missguided

Black low cut bodysuit – Missguided

Leather biker trousers – H&M

Ripped jeans – Topshop

Photos by Martyn Leung