The Style Disruptor – By Alina B

I had a sensational styling session recently with Alina Berdichevsky. Here is what Alina had to say – Dressing oneself is an art where creativity reveals itself in several contexts. The art of knowing which colours work. The art of understanding proportions. And then, there’s the art of unexpected and striking combinations, where you really skirt the[…]

A La Neutral This Summer

From this…To this…WOW your colleagues in this antique gold lace billowy sleeved blouse and undeniably striking skirt. Printed and patterned accessories make this outfit all that more interesting. White softly pleated midi skirt from Toni Maticevski Lace blouse from Alice McCall Printed tote bag from Givenchy on Farfetch Animal print pumps from Paul Andrew on[…]

Boho In The Winter

Bohemia is the free spirited intersection of the unconventional with art. I love bohemian style so much I dedicated this post to it. This is another mammoth post with seventeen different styles and believe me I could have kept going. While keeping with the authentic roots of mad and clashing colours, embroidery, fur, jewels and[…]

A Modern Work Romance

Romance is about femininity, softness, sensuality, confidence. And romantic looks are made with lace, draping, florals, bows, embroidery, embellishments, silk, pink, red, black, diamantes, feathers. I’ve curated sixteen different ways to add romance to your wardrobe and although I could have kept going, I eventually had to stop. Romance is not just about date night or special events. You’ll[…]

Wearing Black Differently to Work

For someone who writes so much about adding colour to your wardrobe, I am going to do a complete flip in this post and write about ‘black”. I want to show how you can wear black differently. Black is a work staple but you can still be creative with it. Step out of your comfort zone and look at different[…]

Loving Lace

Chantilly Lace, crochet lace, linen lace: Love it. Although it is not clear when lace originated, it is believed to have surfaced in the early sixteenth century and that place was apparently Venice. As Venice was an important trading centre, it was in this city on water that the first lace pattern books were produced[…]