Mixing pastels always work so beautifully. Its bright yet subtle at the same time. I combined pastel yellows with different tones of turquoise for this outfit. The result is a marriage of colour blocking and feminine shapes.

Top: New Look
Skirt: Zara
Shoes: Zara
Clutch: Vince Camuto
Necklace: Forever 21
Cuff: Vince Camuto
Glasses: The Fashion Vault

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Attending a 'high tea' at Laduree on The Beach, i went for a clean and classy look, keeping the shapes very sharp and simple and focused on the accessories. The bold colours made this look work exceptionally well. Perfect for an event in the afternoon sun.

Blazer: River Island
Vest: Primark
Skirt: Zara
Bag: Dolce & Gabbana
Shoes: Aldo
Belt: Dolce & Gabbana
Hat: Boutique in London's Portebello Road
Necklace: Forever 21

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In contrast to my bold and bright colours i do like embracing the dark side just as much. With an all black outfit and a dark lippy, gives that mysterious look. But its such a simple getup and so easy to pull off. Just make sure you keep your hair and the rest of your makeup simple - you don't want to look like an actual vampire! :)

Top: Zara
Pants: BCBG Max Azria
Shoes: Steve Madden
Bag: Saint Laurent

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For a casual and comfortable outfit to walk along the beach, i mounted the prints. The jumpsuit was a bright green and yellow print with black details, i threw on a shawl with a leo print. Accessorised with this super cute 'Concept Karlito' to maximise the fun in my outfit.

Jumpsuit: Promod
Shawl: H&M
Bag: Louis Vuitton
Flip Flops: Armani 
Concept Karlito: By Mahsa
Sunglasses: Louis Vuitton

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I'm really feeling the white on white outfits recently, looks so fresh and clean and not very hard to put together. I added some gold accessories to add some extra glam to the outfit.

Jacket: Miss Selfridge
Blouse: Forever 21
Skirt: Paul Andrew
Bag: Luisa Spagnoli

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Is it too cliche to wear red on Valentine's Day? I think not. But it definitely isn't a rule either. To be honest i was kind of rushing out the door and had a completely different outfit lined up, but as things tend to always go wrong last minute, i had to pick a trusty number from my closet to wear with my Valentines gift which happened to be these stunning gold shoes!

Dress: Mango
Shoes: Paul Andrew
Clutch: No idea where it even came from (it just went well with my shoes)

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Dressed to attend a wedding i wore this beautiful, understated yet chic turquoise gown covered completely with sequins. With sheer fabric cap sleeves and a column shape, it was perfectly lady like and elegant. I bought this stunning dress from Jenny Packham.
 
 
Sometimes its nice to mix casual and glamour to give that unexpected unconventional look. A little out of the ordinary is not a bad thing. There are no rules in fashion, so why not play around a little. With this outfit, while i kept the bottom half quite feminine with the heels and puffy midi skirt, i mixed it up with a plaid buttoned down hoodie. Of course don't expect everyone to agree with or like your choice when you try out a little risky number, what is important, is to have the confidence to carry off what you like and that comes with self belief. Power to the soul! (or something motivational as such).

Hoodie: Topshop
Skirt: Coast
Bag: Ted Baker
Shoes: Aldo

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Nothing more fierce than leather pants, the highest heels and big hair! Talk about confidence boost! ;)

Jumper: Primark
Shirt: Zara
Leather pants: BCBG Max Azria
Shoes: Alexander McQueen
Bag: Dolce & Gabbana
Sunglasses: The Fashion Vault
Necklace: Boutique in Bali

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Attending La Creme De La Creme event in Atelier M, i went for this pretty lace coral number. Sophisticated and lady like paired with nude accessories.

Dress: Butterfly by Mathew Williamson
Clutch: Saint Laurent Paris
Shoes: Louboutin

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