"Crying is for plain women. Pretty women go shopping."
- Oscar Wilde 

The weather has been surprisingly hot in London this week. With record breaking temperatures, it was the perfect time to sport this little number, which includes my favourite colour; yellow. I decided to keep the outfit fresh and simple, limited to hues to yellow and silver and pattern-less. I wore a yellow blazer from Mango (similar here), a silver grey tank top from Boohoo (similar here) and a silver skirt from Zara (similar here). I finished off the look with an amazing statement necklace, one I've for a while, and cool shades, to keep the sunshine out of my eyes. 

Photography - E. Daniel
'In a world full of trends, I want to remain a classic.'
- Iman

I'm known for buying the same thing in more than one colour... and that's exactly what I done with the heels from ASOS. You may have noticed from a previous post that I also have these amazing heels in black. Whilst the black pair look great for occasional wear, I thought the white pair would look great for the warmer months, during both day and night. Plus they were on sale... so why not, hey?!

I decided to keep things simple with this outfit, focusing mainly on the heels; teaming them with a oversized distressed denim jacket and a simple off white t-shirt dress. I finished off the look with one of my favourite clutches, just to add a bit of colour and character.

Jacket - Misspap     Dress - Zara     Heels - ASOS     Bag - Zara     Sunglasses - Versace

Photography - R. Rai
"Listen, 'real' women are the reason the fashion industry exists."
- Marc Jacobs

I've never been one to listen to what there people say when it comes to fashion. I wear what I want, because I like it and like the way it looks on me. You're too short, you're breasts are too big, you're legs too thick... who cares, I don't. All that matters is that I look and feel good... and I definitely did in this outfit. 

Revealing, somewhat, yes. I teamed up this chic white blouse from Shein with stonewash blue ripped skinny jeans from Topshop, cool heeled sandals also from Shein (sold out) and a denim clutch from Forever 21. My body, my style, my choice... my way. 

Photography - E. Daniel

"Conformity is the only real fashion crime. To not dress like yourself and to sublimate your spirit to some kind of group identity is succumbing to fashion fascism."

- Simon Doonan

1985 was a great year, some of my favourite celebs and sports stars were born and my mother gave birth to a beautiful baby girl in the late Autumn, me...ha ha. Not but seriously, the likes of Christians Ronaldo, Janelle MonaƩ, Bruno Mars, Ciara, J Cole, Wayne Rooney, Lewis Hamilton and many more greats were born. So when I spotted this shirt on the H&M website I decided to purchase it, put together an outfit and celebrate the creations on that year.

With this outfit I decided to keep it casual, I teamed up the tie front tea from H&M with a faux leather mini skirt from Zara (sold out), a long-line denim jacket from Misspap (similar here) and cool all white Adidas trainers. I finished off the look with a bold red lip, just to spice things up a little. 

Photography - E. Daniel

The weather in London has been a little hit and miss of late, but the hits have definitely been great. With the sun out in full display; everyone has been out siezing the opportunity to soak up the rays and get a little vVitamin D. Hey, why not?

I definitely wanted to take full advantage of the good weather and chose the perfect Summer ensemble for Rima. The beautiful flow and layers of her crop top from Pretty Little Thing, teamed with her multi-coloured airy culottes from ASOS, made the a stylish and feminine option for a warm Summers day. I finished off the look with a orange/coral cloth bag from Faith and a bold red lip. 

Photography & Styling: Rita Okpuru
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