AW15: Kit Neale

Sometimes I would love to be a guy, just so I could try out dressing as a dude (and not just trying to emulate mens styles in the androgynous-cool way some girls can).

Kit Neale's AW15 collection showcased here, with photography by Philip Trengove via the Dazed & Confused website, is a bit of fun with bright colours and patterns galore. Not pictured, there were also some "gender bending jewels" in the form of massive sparkly earrings which I'm also quite keen on! 

Take a look at my favourites, and find more via the web-link below.

(I do not own these images, source: Dazed Digital)

New Music for 2015

It's that time of year again when everyone's telling you who's going to be massive on the music scene this year, who you really need to hear, who the big acts are going to be as people start to think about festivals later this year, and you start to feel the pressure to book those festival tickets ASAP (if you haven't put your deposit down already *guilty*) because you really don't want to miss out on the opportunity to hear some incredible music, somewhere far from home.

So to celebrate a fast approaching summer of tunes, here are a few of my absolute favourite tracks at the moment from artists who may or may not make it big in 2015 but, in my opinion, are killing it right now!

1. Laura Groves - Dream Story
I'm feeling a serious Fleetwood Mac vibe.

2. Zak Abel - These Are The Days
This track makes me just wish I knew how to really dance.

3. Jack Garratt - The Love You're Given
I can only stress how much I think you should YouTube the Vevo live session version of this song, like, right now, this second - just incredible.


SS15: Whistles

Over the last few months I've definitely developed a tiny (read: massive) love for Whistles.

Starting off with this set-up of basically all my ideal, everyday items - slip-ons, turned up Mom jeans, understated jewellery, something holographic, something metallic, simple black items, zip details...I die!

And Whistles Spring/Summer 2015 collection promises only to entice me more - think cut-out details and a fairly muted palette of black, white, and pastel-blue tones, in quirky but genuinely wearable designs. And it's not just the womenswear I love, the menswear is looking great too. Check out some of the latest SS15 Lookbook campaign using the 'Whistles' link below.

(Images from: Whistles)