Style: 22.2.15 Monochrome

Tee by LNA, mongolian sherling vest and leggings by ASOS, sandals by See By Chloe and watch by Fossil.

Monochrome has taken the world by storm, streets checkered black and white at London Fashion Week AW 2015, featuring as a prominent model-off-duty trend. A common misconception, monochrome actually refers to the use of different shades within a consistent colour, not just black and white. I’ve been quite taken by the monochromatic double denim fad, another popular look at LFW.

Today, however I’ve decided to stick to the classic, pairing an oversized cotton tee with black leggings, finishing off this outfit with a mongolian sherling vest and my latest buy, these heeled sandals by See By Chloe. The perfect no fuss ensemble for the weekend, who says you need to sacrifice comfort for style?

Cassie xx

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Style: 21.2.15 Romance Was Born

Crop top by Sportsgirl, midi skirt by Viktoria Woods, clutch by Oroton, bracelet by Swarovski and shoes by Melissa x Vivienne Westwood.

I have been truly spoiled by my man most recently, not only because of the Valentine’s Day just passed, but Mr. J and I have reached a very special milestone, our five year anniversary!

I decided to go with this pretty in pink outfit for the occasion. Literally obsessed with midis of late, this Brando midi skirt by the Australian label, Viktoria Woods has been a staple of mine this season, adding an effortless feminine chic to any ensemble.

In keeping with the romance, I polished off the outfit with these super cute pink heart heels (they feature a in-built bubblegum scent too!), a collaboration between Melissa Shoes and the wonderfully eccentric Vivienne Westwood. My only word of advice: this flirty ensemble was probably not the best idea after an indulgent dinner and dessert!

Cassie xx

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Style: 15.2.15 Contrasting Elements

    Maxi dress by Monrow, turtleneck top from somewhere in Paris, necklace by Disney Couture Minnie x Mawi and bag by Bao Bao Issey Miyake.

Turtlenecks have made a huge comeback this season, an almost unanimous feature on the pre-fall 2015 runways. A fan of this piece of fashion, I’ve always found a certain understated sexiness about it.

Having said that, this all black ensemble is quite a different look for me, a little too demure compared to my usual self! So to lighten things up, I’ve polished off this outfit with a couple of playful surprises: a Minnie Mouse necklace (the pendent is actually a headband with a pair of mouse ears, too cute!) and this bag from Issey Miyake’s Bao Bao collection, a gift from my aunt and uncle from Japan. I simply adore the geometric, origami like facade and the way the sharp, modern lines contrast against an otherwise classic ensemble.

Cassie xx

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