Birthday Outfit

My birthday was back in March and this is the outfit I made for my night out with the boy … <3


Until next time,


Blush Viscose Suit

This is the suit I wore to my dad’s surprise birthday dinner.

This is my favourite outfit to date.

All items of clothing shown were made by me.

Please let me know what you think of it.



Flower Power

I love flowers.

If it happens, I will be a spinster with loads of flowers not loads of cats, lol!

I love how close to nature and new life I feel around flowers, literally watching them go from birth to death, just from using the nutrition from water and the power of the sun.

Flowers continue to reassure me that anything is possible and that you don’t need lots of things to make something work. What you need are the right tools for the job and they can be as few as two.

Until next time,



I’ve been practicing my photography skills again. I love flowers and these pictures are of one of my plants on my balcony. It’s the perfect shade of pink to lift your spirits and keep you in a good mood.

I love nature.

A x

Somerset House – Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour

Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour

Open until 27th Jan 2013

I went to this exhibition a few weeks ago and it is really worth a visit. If for no other reason than because it is free, you also get to see some incredible captivating photographs.

There was one picture that I loved, because it captured a moment which, hopefully, can never be captured again. It captured the tragedy of the twin towers being hit in the background and the mundane everyday activity of the post man in the foreground. You need to see it to believe it. I was so taken back by it I just stood there and stared, trying to take it all in.

I won’t lie and say that every photo looked as if it was worth being in there, there was one photographer who seemed to really like taking pictures out of their car window but they didn’t interest me that much.

And then there were the black and white pictures of 1940s/1950s Brooklyn New York which captured the general activities of the men in the neighbourhood, courtesy of Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Cartier-Bresson: A Question of Colour

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I don’t want to say too much because it is not a massive exhibition so I don’t want to spoil it if you are planning on going. But like I said if for no other reason than because it is free head down to Somerset House and check it out for yourself.

A x