|Top: Gudrun Sjoden. Trousers: Cos (old). Bag: £290, Manu Atelier. 'Factor' brogues: £110, Dune London. Photographs: Christopher O'Donnell|
Lately, I've been opting for a more monochromatic wardrobe (I count navy in this) - it's easy, chic and effortless, especially for the weekend. But every now and then, you need some accessories to make these classic pieces 'sing'. And for me, there is nothing better than a fierce metallic accessory.
This season it's the high shine silver shoe that's stealing the show - and guess what? It looks perfect with navy, black and white. Dune asked me to style up two looks to showcase their best Mirror Metallics - and I fell in love with these flatform brogues immediately. They're just my style - chunky, boyish with just a hint of bling, perfect for stomping the streets of East London.
This weekend we were at a photography course at The London Institute of Photography, so we used it as an opportunity to shoot in the nearby neighbourhoods and a chance to put into practise what we learnt on the course. It was a 2 day weekend course and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who doesn't feel they are using their camera to its utmost potential, or just wants to find out more about aperture, slow/high shutter speeds and generally the meanings behind all the numbers and jargon.
Plus: my camera matched my shoes.
|Top: Gudrun Sjoden. Camera: £449.95, Olympus E-PL7. Trousers: Cos (old). Bag: £290, Manu Atelier. Shoes: £110, Dune London|
|Trousers: Cos (old). Bag: £290, Manu Atelier. 'Factor' brogues: £110, Dune London|
|Jumpsuit: Topshop (old but there's an amazing denim one from Asos here). Bandana: Gap(old). 'Jester' heels: £75, Dune London. Lipstick: Chubby stick in 'Cocktail Hour', £8.40, Bagsy|
|Jumpsuit: Topshop (old but there's an amazing denim one from Asos here). Bandana: Gap(old). Clutch: H&M (sold out). 'Jester' heels: £75, Dune London|