Broke Girl | 1985 LDN*

1985 LDN are a brand I discovered at LondonEdge’s September 2018 show and honestly, they’re sick. Rachelle, the owner, is absolutely lovely! We chatted a bit at the show and afterwards and she really kindly sent me one of her awesome coin purses. The Brand The 1985 LDN brand stems from a whole lot of hard work and determination on Chelle’s… View Post

Dressing out of my comfort zone

Everyone I know has a comfort zone for their clothing. I think it’s natural for people to find something that looks good on them and makes them feel good, and they stick to that in their outfits. I’m definitely guilty of it! I know that high-waited trousers and crop tops make me feel good and comfortable, and bright colours. All… View Post

Punky Pins Strong Collection*

Punky Pins have recently launched their Strong collection, a cute selection of positive mental health pins. While they admittedly are aware the pins might not appeal to everyone, they allow people who are happy to wear them an opportunity to spell out who they are in a cute way. Punky Pins generously sent me the collection to check out.* With… View Post

The Most Colourful Emo

“Kim, for an emo, you don’t wear a lot of black, you know that right?” Oh yeah. I know.   I grew up being about as emo as you can get. Think black skinny jeans, black band tshirts, black eyeshadow. Never quite black hair though. I did dark purple once and that was about my limit. Dark hair REALLY doesn’t… View Post

Leopard print trousers: a love affair

“If it’s ugly, I love it” is a phrase which comes out of my mouth far more than I care to admit. I’ve always been drawn to garish fashion and have recently been suffering a love affair of sorts with these leopard print trousers from Daisy Street. I’ve never been happier than I was upon finding out leopard print was… View Post