Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Welcome to Japan

Stripe top: £15.60, Boden. Dress: H&M (bought instore). Trainers: £120, Kurt GeigerBackpack: Radley (sold out but buy similar here).
My obsession with dungaree style attire has reached fever pitch. Easy, adds a bit of difference to my usual jeans and jumper combo and has that slightly Japanese minimalistic edge I love.

This is what I call my Margaret Howell look - clean, simple and chic. I wish I could be an eternal minimalist but I just like that Gucci eclecticism too much.

Apologies this dress didn't seem to land online, I bought in the Regent Street store (one of those frequent times I went in for a refund and ended up exchanging and spending more) but Asos have a similar one here and I am obsessed with Whistles' gingham one for summer.

And carrying on with the Japanese trend, these trainers are about as Harajuku as you get. I must admit, I was dubious at first - I love the flannel twist on the trainer but when I saw them up close, the flatform was a bit mad. And then I put them on, and there's something about the oversized chunky sole that feels right, and the extra height comes in handy. 


Watch: Mondaine

Stripe top: £15.60, Boden. Dress: H&M (bought instore). Trainers: £120, Kurt GeigerBackpack: Radley (sold out but buy similar here).


  1. I love the neckline of your top. I'll have to buy one!
    Hannah (

  2. Fantastic shoot! I'm definitely going to keep up with you more often.

  3. Love this outfit! I want the dungaree dress, definitely a Spring essential.


  4. That is amazing outfit

  5. Such a nice and comfy outfit. I didn't notice the height of the soles until you mentioned it, and I love the look! Now I just need to try a pair on :B

    1. They are quite big up close but I love the extra height!

  6. Nice outfits are here.i got and learn lots of things from that site.Thanks for sharing.
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