One of the most common questions we get asked when we have try-ons or girls slip into our DM’s is “Is this okay to wear to a wedding?” which is usually followed up by “I have no idea what to wear!” Don’t worry girl, we've got you. We heard you. We saw you frantically looking under our wedding section.
Love the idea of having a revolving wardrobe, but feel like you have everything to wear but nowhere to go? Think again. The beauty of your revolving wardrobe is not only so you have something different to wear for an exciting event, but also to continuously wear something new without having to buy a single thing.
The white tee has become a staple in our closet but sometimes you just need a little something new. Instead of quickly popping to your favourite fast fashion store which is having another “flash sale”, wear something brand new without buying another outfit you’ll only wear once or twice. Something so simple as a white tee is a staple we all have hanging in our wardrobe. Here's some of our favourite ways to style yours!
This week in our confidence issue we catch up with Black Sticks defender, Tarryn Davey. Tarryn is a hard working, ambitious women who strives for excellence in everything she does. Her motivation and drive is infectious to everyone around her. Playing for New Zealand and winning the Commonwealth Games as well becoming a pharmacist, Tarryn talks to us about being comfortable in your own skin, being your own harshest critique and following your passion
Spring brings the return of the ultimate outfit combinations: jeans + t-shirt paired with colour popping shoes, shorts/skirt + jumper, floaty dresses, the list just goes on. Lucky for you, our colourful, flattering picks for the spring ahead have you set and ready for the longer evenings ahead.
Since I made the little transition from NZ to the UK a little over two months ago, I've been on the look for constant inspiration, resulting in a lot of time consuming what I can from the UK Fashion Bloggers. I'm talking endless Instagram scrolling