Starry Eyed - Naomi

MissGuided Star Playsuit
Zara Pleated Metallic Top
c/o DP Waistcoat, c/o Daniel Footwear Boots
c/o Smashglam Red Clutch Bag

We have both been starry eyed this season and can't get enough of the 70s print going around. The Tommy Hilfiger SS15 show was full of star prints mixed with fur and 70s vibes so we definitely channeled that with this post.

I recently brought this amazing playsuit from Miss Guided with perfect bell sleeves (I can't get enough at the moment!) I layered over my silver pleated top from Zara and long skinny scarf. My fluffy gilet gave the look that Tommy Hilfiger feel and playing around with texture with my red furry clutch and snakeskin boots. 

Are you starry eyed this season?


Starry Eyed - Amy

Asos Star Shirt, Asos Stripe Roll Neck Top, Topshop Button Down Skirt, Ray Ban Sunglasses, Topshop Magnum Boots

It seems like Stars are here to stay this season with the print taking the high street by storm in the last few weeks. To add to my ever growing collection, I had to have this incredible, show stopping blouse from Asos - orange is not a colour I'd usually jump at but this shirt just works and I adoreee it.

With the weather being a little bit hit and miss I have taken to layering light layers during the day and am loving a roll neck under a shirt, done up or open like this! Paired with the must have button up skirt and this is my go-to autumnal uniform.

How are your stars coming out this season?


Dorothy Perkins Style Heroes AW15

Naomi Wears - Roll Neck c/o Dorothy Perkins, Suede Skirt c/o Dorothy Perkins, Asos Crochet Jumper, Asos Knee High Boots

Amy Wears - Roll Neck c/o Dorothy Perkins, Geometric Skirt c/o Dorothy Perkins, Asos Suede Jacket, Topshop Magnum Boots

The high street's new season pieces are flooding in in full force now and Dorothy Perkins AW15 collection is particularly on point! We were asked to create some outfits around 2 of their Style Heroes for the season and to our absolute joy we were given the roll neck and the aline skirt - 2 of our own personal style heroes!

We both went for a combination of tan suede and burgundy - the perfect autumnal colour palette with a retro vibe - but Amy decided to go for a print clash whilst Naomi a mix of layered textures!

Which of these looks do you prefer? Head over to the Dorothy Perkins Instagram at @official_dorothyperkins to vote for your favourite and if either of us win, we'll have a £150 to give away to one of our lucky readers!


Winter Flowers - Naomi

Zara Floral Bell Sleeve Dress and Suede Floral Waistcoat similar here
c/o Free People Hat
c/o Boohoo Clutch Bag, Forever21 Belt

Florals are my all time favourite print all year long, but they are great to brighten up those dull autumnal days and still feel that hint of summer. I have been absolutely swooning over everything in Zara recently and getting super excited about AW15. 

I picked up this amazing bell sleeve dress last week and also fell in love with the embroidered suede waistcoat which works so perfectly over it. This is one of my favourite outfits at the moment and perfect for the weather with wintery boots. I accessorised the look with my favourite Free People hat and white cut out clutch from Boohoo. I love the 70s influence running throughout with the bell sleeves and waistcoat and it's such an easy wear. 

What prints are you loving for AW15?


Winter Flowers - Amy

Missguided Denim Jacket, Topshop Floral Dress, Topshop Blouse (shown as collar), Ray Ban Sunglasses, Florian Bag, Orla Kiely X Clarks Abigail Shoes


Black-based florals are my all time fave and just another massive reason why I loveee Autumn/Winter wardrobes way more than summer! Folky florals are in abundance this season (Topshop Unique, hello) from delicate wild flowers to ditsy prints there's something for everyone around at the moment

It's also the season for layerrrrs! and this frilled blouse works underneath everything! With it it's little bow too it just adds so much interest to 'just a dress' and despite being years old looks really similar to a lot of AW15 catwalk collections. As we're still in transitional zone though I did go for a light washed denim jacket to keep that summery element alive!

Have you dug your dark florals out for winter yet?