It’s a bit late, but finally here is October’s Nothing New, Only Borrowed Project 2: Velvet. I teamed up with my friend and fashion photographer Ryan Blackwell for this shoot. (1,2 and 3 Velvet top; Motel, Trousers; Zara, 4 and 5. Lace and Velvet Top; M&s, Mom Jeans; Stradivarius, 6. Velvet Dress; Motel, Jacket; Ryan’s own, 7 and 8. Velvet Top; Zara, Black dress; Topshop – Accessories and shoes my own)
Photographer: Ryan Blackwell, Model: Kate D’Aloia, Styled: by me Freya Pelissier
Hi all, sorry I have been away for so long, but i have a new project! ‘Nothing New, Only Borrowed’ is my monthly styling project using my own clothes as well as borrowing from friends. One of the great things about being at University is being able to exchange clothes, especially when money is tight. I hope this will offer an insight into our street style, as well as dipping into key trends for the next few months! First up is Project D – D for Dungarees in the beautiful Yorkshire sun that we have been enjoying – let me know what you think!
( Annie wears: Baseball cap; Asos, Rose gold hoop earrings; Topshop, Ribbed red cami; Subdued, Dungarees; Zara, Trainers; Adidas.)
Love this lace up coordinated number by Danielle from WeWoreWhat
No doubt you have all seen this by now, but incase you haven’t I wanted to share possibly one of my favourite looks for summer so far! Model Karlie Kloss is wearing a checked two piece by Reformation. It is the perfect combination for when the hot weather hits – keeping you cool without wanting to wear as minimal clothes as possibile. I also love the neutral colour scheme but easily replicated in bold brights if you fancy.
The simplest and coolest way to turn your classic white shirt into an off the shoulder summer staple! Take a look at A pair and a spare diy – you will love the blog. Full of useful and easy DIY fashion tricks.
I saw a super chic Milanese girl wearing her beige cap ( the right way round I might add) with a matching duster/trench coat, sunglasses and her hair in a neat bun! It was just such a simple, yet incredibly cool look that I totally wanted to copy it and I have just ordered my own cap. I used to wear them so much when I was younger and actually for the Summer months they are a good sun protection investment.
I love spring style. When the weather is too warm for chunky jumpers, scarves and gloves, but you can still wear your favourite coat over a simple t shirt – what is not to love?! Take a look at these accounts for some super casual spring looks.
I love this simple and classic look found on Adenorah. There is nothing like a pair of red shoes to add spark to an outfit.