The Essentials with Poetry

Synonymous with beautifully tailored clothing and femininity, Poetry has been one of my favorite stores for years. The scent of each store, combined with the elegant clothes on offer, never fails to leave me breathless as soon as I step into a store. When I started working, I told myself that I would save aside some money and buy 1 or 2 items from Poetry each month until I have built up the perfectly subtle yet classy wardrobe I have always dreamed of. In my first post of this series, I will be sharing a few of my current favorite pieces from the brand and offering various ways to style them, starting with the jeans, heels and blouse. 

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When choosing what to wear for the day, the ‘less is more’ mantra plays over and over in my head. I am not one for piling on the jewellery or wearing out there hues but on the rare occasion where a beautifully created garment catches my eye, I know that I simply have no choice but to grab it and share it’s magic with all of you.

This Piccione Piccione skirt is every kind of beautiful with its wide pleats, intricate artwork and excellent craftsmanship which I paired with my Dune London bag and leather strap Dune London heels. Have a look at some more of my favorite pictures below and be sure to watch the video of the entire look over here

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Callaghan Collezioni


Situated in Cavendish Square, Claremont, Callaghan Collezioni is one of the most exceptional fashion stores around. Stocking exquisite designer labels straight off the runway, Callaghan is the one stop shop for the woman who enjoys beautifully crafted garments and impeccable quality. 

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Fashion with Forever New



Myself and Forever New (one of my most favorite shops in the entire world) came together to put an Eid inspired look (forgive the redundancy) together as part of this little Ramadhaan and Eid series on my blog. Obviously, I knew that I would no doubt be able to create amazing outfit with wardrobe staples from the store that we all need in our lives, such as a bright coat, a fitted and seamless pants and a soft blouse. I topped the ensemble off with a scarf  because I wanted at least one of the looks I done, to seem more realistic for the women who cover up and wear the hijab. If you not into the whole Hijab look as yet, then  I tried my hand at making a (very wonky) turban as well, just so that you can see how to play around with it. The scarf is also nice and big so you could even wrap it around you like a shawl.

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