Burgundy is indeed the new black, yes I said it. Wear accessories as an accent colour to give emphasis to an outfit. Alternatively jump on the all Burgundy everything looks trend. It's a super luxe alternative to all black, especially when mixing different textures together such as Velvet Leather and Fur.... Faux of course. Not convinced check out a few of my
It's the most wonderful time of year...or so they say, personally I hate Christmas, I have no Christmas cheer what's so ever. The shops are WAAAAY too peopley, all of the nice outfits are gone, and even when you do finally find something last minute when your tired AF you have to stand in a mile long queue...Aint nobody got time for that. However I do like a free Christmas party and I most certainly like dressing up. Here are some festive fashion inspiration for the up and coming party season, let's be organised ladies and get glam
With Autumn I know exactly where I stand chilly mornings, cloudy skies and of course...wet weather. I know exactly what to wear, for all eventualities of weather can be covered in whatever outfit I choose for the day, which is why it's my favourite season to dress for. I love mixing neutrals with the bold tones of Burgundy and Green and vibrant hues of Orange just like the leaves. In addition I love the different textures of fabric that Autumn fashion brings, such as chunky woollen knits, soft cashmere, leather suede and pony skin.
I'm always on the search for quick outfit ideas. there's nothing worse than raiding the wardrobe because your trying to think of something super stylish to wear. No one has time for that unless you're a lady of leisure. I am certainly not one of them. Chloe Sims from Towie threw on a white slip dress, denim jacket and some white pumps for a chic and stylish casual outfit for her #OOTD. Steal Chloe's 60 second style.
If you think you are going to get through Summer without a raincoat you are sadly mistaken. Summer so far has been a complete wash out, torrential rain, hail and thunderstorms have been frequent in the UK of late. The Fashion Saint may not have any say over the forecast but I have got your back when it comes to style in the rain this summer. It's too warm (I use this term loosely) for a coat and leather jackets are not going to cut it in the rain unless you want to smell like a cow. I have been so sick of thinking of what to wear and ending up in attire that could be considered as an Autumn/Winter wear, that I have resorted to purchasing a raincoat. Who knew plastic could be so fantastic? The shops are clearly cashing in on this unfortunate weather and why the hell not, they know us style conscious women, do not want to look like a drowned rat. Whilst scouring the shops both on and offline, I found a few raincoats that you might want to consider investing in, after all it rains in the UK all of the time and a brolly is just not enough. A raincoat is definitely looking like an essential item ladies.