Star Spangled Banner - Naomi

Glamorous Star Dress From ASOS & ASOS Skinny Scarf
Amy's Vintage Denim Jacket
Fringed Bag c/o Free People & Hat
Chloe Sunglasses c/o Red Hot Sunglasses

To celebrate the 4th July / Independence Day on Saturday we decided to bring out our best stars and stripes for the occasion! Star print has made a huge comeback this season with 70s being EVERYWHERE and it was also seen on Tommy Hilfiger's SS15 collection *major swoon!

I came across this dress by one of my favourite new brands Glamorous on the ASOS site and knew I had to have it. Such an easy shape to wear which is on trend and a great all year long piece. It's also a great day to night dress to be dressed up or down.

For this look I incorporated the blue denim jacket for red, white and blue (of course)! My Fringed Free People bag picked out the blue and red colour perfectly whilst adding a boho touch. Accessorising with my big Free People hat, shades and a jazzy sparkly skinny scarf from ASOS. The weather has been so nice lately so went for my new Clarks Dazzle sandals for comfort and style, they finished of this smart casual look perfectly.

What did you guys get up to this weekend to celebrate the 4th July?


Star Spangled Banner - Amy

Topshop Glitter Star Tee, Missguided Sleeveless Blazer, Striped Dress c/o Dorothy Perkins, Ray Ban Sunglasses, Converse

To mark the 4th July this weekend, we thought it'd be nice to get out our stars and stripes! Star print has been a strong look for SS15 with the likes of Tommy Hilfiger setting the trend so there have been some really cute pieces to pick up on the high street recently and after the legalisation of Gay Marriage across the whole country last, why not celebrate our friends across the pond!

I managed to bag this tee for just a tenner in the Topshop sale! I dread to think how long the glitter will last but it looks amazing at the moment none the less! To make the most of the pattern clash, I decided to keep the look to monochrome and broke the stars and stripes up with a simple sleeveless blazer. To give the look a casual vibe, I went for my american favourites, staple Converse to finish off

Have you done anything for the 4th this weekend?


#TSOPXFESTIVALS - Glastonbury 2015

Free People Dress & Bag, Beyond Retro Cape

Free People Dress, Bag & Hat, H&M Waistcoat

Free People Maxi, Topshop Floral Hair Crown
Accessorize Bag

Miss Guided Tie Dye Maxi Dress

Free People Making Waves Maxi  

Jewellery: Primark Bodychain, Topshop Choker & Quay Sunglasses

Last Wednesday I headed to the greatest 5 days of my life to Glastonbury! You guys probably know by now I am a HUGE festival fan and I am lucky enough to be going to 2 big ones this summer Glastonbury and Secret Garden Party in a few weeks..

If you haven't been to Glastonbury then I highly advise it and know you will fall in love with it just as much as me! I was lucky enough to team up with my favourite brand ever Free People to rock the brand at Worthy Farm and I loved every second of it. I loved floating around the festival in FP pieces and the fabric and shape were super comfortable and practical.

My favourite person I saw was definitely Lionel Ritchie he was amazing and I forgot how many hits he actually had, I was singing along the whole time! I also absolutely loved Chemical Brothers and Greg Wilson for some disco vibes, I definitely felt like I ran a marathon after all the dancing and walking!

Head over to Free People to see for yourself their dreamy bohemian pieces and follow #TSOPXFESTIVALS for our festival updates!


Party Bag - Naomi

c/o DP Sunglasses, H&M Waistcoat
c/o ASOS Sandals

I love statement bags for summer and festivals and think they finish of the look perfectly. I am a huge fan of Accessorize and just love all the beading and embellishment. We were over the moon to be contacted by them last week to feature some of their amazing summer collection bags!

I took mine to Glastonbury and it was the perfect festival addition. I also collaborated with Free People for Glastonbury so featured a FP top and Flare Street bells for a 70s boho feel! I love all the bright colours and patterns together but styled it with a black waistcoat, hat and sandals or a toned down edge. 

Whether you buy a statement bag to jazz up your simple outfit or style it with a busy look they are the perfect addition to any girls wardrobe! Head to Accessorize now to shop the collection! 


Party Bag - Amy

Vintage Knitted Waistcoat, Topshop Denim Shirt Dress, Ray Ban Sunglasses, Bag c/o Accessorize, Topshop Helter Sandals

Sometimes, the simplest of outfits can comepletely come to life with just one mega accessory - whether that be a showstopping fedora, a modest red lip or a girls best friend, a handbag. With festival season well and truly here we thought we'd look to accessorize to kit us out with the ultimate festival bag and they certainly didn't disappoint!

If you can't have a little boogie at a festival then when can you? and this needs to be remembered when choosing your outfit! I went for this amazing cross body bag for that very reason as it's big enough to hold all those essentials (a million wet wipes) without being a hindrance throughout the day. The beading detail on it is stunning and I cannot resist a good pom pom!

I pulled out the blue in the bag and went for this staple denim dress and added even more embellishment with a vintage waistcoat, this being a little more subtle so it didn't distract from the bag! I finished off with my gold frames (new favourites) and this seasons's must have sandal, the lace up.

What is your ideal festival bag? Be sure to the one for you over on Accessorize now!