DERMALOGICA EVERY FACE TELLS A STORY X ANDREA CHEONG

I had just come back from the Christmas break and was standing in line for chapel when a girl broke the sombre morning silence and announced that ‘Andrea wears makeup’. A little weak for an opening sentence, I know, but I was ten and probably the first out of my year to experiment with anything beyond body glitter and clear…
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I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S IPHONE! | HOW I EDIT MY PICTURES

Admittedly, I’m a big fan of using a DSLR for my Instagram pictures and seeing as I own one, why not use it? That being said, sometimes Iphone is best (see this post for an example) and from all the reactions and questions that I got from posting this, I thought it was time to address what I use to…
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What Kind Of Career Will Your Blog Lead To | Taking Creative Control …

With the recent buzz of complaints that Instagram is changing (and being incredibly vague about what those changes are) the question of what direction you want your blog or Instagram to go has never been more critical. I completely sympathise with the spectrum of emotions that I’ve witnessed, from bloggers wanting a break, others increasing the amount of ‘engagement groups’…
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THE ALTERNATIVE BLACK TIE PARTY LOOK

As much as I love glitter and embellishments, when it comes to black tie Christmas parties this year, it’s just so not about the sparkle. Maybe it’s a combination of growing up and also spending an extended amount of time in this terribly cold country that has made me realise that the best looks are the ones that don’t involve…
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HOW TO STYLE A SILK SCARF

Before her eponymous label, British accessory designer Jane Carr was a fashion veteran consulting for Jil Sander and Balenciaga, even acting as Head of Prints at one of the most iconic fashion houses known for patterns, Versace. Wearing a silk leopard print (ombre!) scarf from her Autumn/ Winter 2016 collection inspired me to go for an androgynous look. Lately, I sensed…
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DRESSING FOR WINTER

During university, I worked part time at Rugby Ralph Lauren, the preppiest, most WASP branch of the much loved Ralph Lauren. Sadly, after only eight years of existence, it shut down and with it my continuous supply of bow ties, monogrammed Oxford shirts and schoolboy blazers (see here). Anyway, it was AMAZING. My whole wardrobe was candy coloured shirts and…
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