Japan Travel Guide- Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Mount Fuji

Japan has always been on my bucket list and last November Steve and I managed to get out there to explore it. It’s one of the most beautiful countries, whether you’re in the hustle and bustle of the cities or out in the rural countryside, it has so much to offer and I feel like we didn’t even scratch the surface. This guide is based off Steve and I’s trip and thought I’d share the place where we’d go back to if we visited again.  

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Tuesday Finds- Billow Sleeve Dresses

I’ve had quite a few people ask about the white dress I wore to install the flowers for the Away event up in London last month. If you didn’t catch it, the post is here!

It’s actually a dress I picked up from Zara a couple of years ago and haven’t stopped wearing since. I love the combination of a loose fit tent dress, flattering arms, but still takes you in at the waist. I thought I’d find some alternative dresses for you guys that capture that chilled, 70’s, billow sleeve vibe!

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Outfit Post: Brighton Summer Shopping

June so far has been a combination of sunshine and showers and has had  me in a confused state of deciding what to wear when getting ready in the mornings.

Let’s start with this New Look milkmaid daisy top. I’d been searching for this type of neckline for a while and though I love all the neutral colours that are floating around at the moment, I wanted a top with some colour and pattern too, so this one was perfect.

The great thing about the billowy sleeves is that even though they’re long they’re loose so you don’t get crazy hot. I then paired it with my trusty Free People jeans that I’m surprised have stayed white over the last two years and they still remain my comfiest go-to jeans to wear in slighter warmer weather.

If you’re looking for some sandals that will be work perfectly if it’s raining or sunny, I haven’t taken these Teva sandals off since I bought them. I actually bought them to wear in the sea but loved them so much I’ve worn them everywhere!

I’ve also been loving layering bracelets and necklaces recently. My friends bought me this Pandora charm bracelet for my birthday and I love the unique charms they picked out! The other two bracelets and watch Steve bought for me and are my everyday pieces.

What’s your go to outfit for this time of year?

New Look Daisy Top* | Free People Wide Leg Jeans* | Teva Sandals* | Chloe Marcie Small Leather Shoulder Bag* | Fuji X100F*

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Four Countries You Need to Visit in Central America- Where to stay, what to do!

I recently spent two weeks making my way through four countries in Central America. We started off in the Dominican Republic then headed onto Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. I’d never visited any part of Central America so was super excited to explore what these countries had to offer.

This blog post will take you through each of the different countries we visited and places you should visit along the way! I couldn’t recommend a trip like this more, it’s such a

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Life Lesson, Update and Learning not to put yourself down

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been in a bit of a state of limbo. We’ve made a lot of decisions behind the scenes; about where Steve and I want to live, as well as what direction I want to take my career. So you might have noticed I’ve taken a little bit of time offline to sort my head out and work out what I’m doing. It’s brought on a massive sense of guilt and anxiety that I haven’t posted as regularly, but sometimes it’s better for your mental health to take a step back and analyse what’s going on around you, which hopefully in the end will make my content better too.

So first update is

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Afternoon Tea Catch Ups at One Adlwych

Recently I’ve been trying to put myself out there more, instead of sitting at home worrying that I haven’t met many people in this industry, I’ve been saying yes to most things I’m invited to. It’s through saying yes to attend a Pandora event that I met the lovely Sarah (The Prosecco Diaries) and Primrose (Style Petal). When Sarah suggested meeting for afternoon tea I was definitely up for another afternoon of laughter!

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Go-To Wedding Guest Dress

I’ve been waiting to photograph this dress ever since I picked it up in Anthropologie in LA back in April. It was one of those items that I picked up on a whim and whilst the rest of our group were chilling in the shoe section I tried it on. I came out to show everyone and as soon as I saw their faces, I knew I wouldn’t be able to leave without it. Apart from the bold polka dot pattern, what initially drew me was the way the material moved, combine that with the train it comes to at the back, it takes what could have been a plain tea dress to a whole other level.

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