Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow






I was in the market for a good contour kit that wasn't too difficult to use and was pretty straightforward. But it needed to be good and work well for my skin. I'm not a makeup artist and so big palettes like the Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit just seemed too professional and I wouldn't really know what to do with all of the colours. I'd probably end up just using two or three colours and that sort of feels, to me, like a waste of money. 

So, I did some research and one day, just before my birthday, the amazing Lily Pebbles did a YouTube video that reviewed contour kits. Lily talked about having the same problem as me, that some kits really are meant to be used by makeup artists for stage makeup. Not really for everyday use. So, the kit that Lily recommended was the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow. I googled it and it went right on to my birthday list. My birthday came and the contour kit came all wrapped up gorgeously, it was almost too gorgeous to open but I knew that the contents would be stunning if the packaging was really beautiful! 

You open the rose gold packaging and on the left hand side is the bronzer which is a beautiful shade, not too grey, not too orange. Just the perfect shade for a contour and bronzer. I just apply this with the Real Techniques Sculpting Brush to the hollows of my cheeks, the sides of my nose, my jawline and my temples. 

On the right of the palette is the highlighter. It isn't so much a white highlighter, more a golden highlight. It gives a really stunning highlight that looks beautiful in real life as well as in photos. I just apply this with the Real Techniques Setting Brush to the tops of my cheekbones, staying away from your under eye areas so that you don't bring any more attention to your dark circles if you have any. 

As I have said before, I have acne prone skin and so I'm always wary of using a new product. However, this product has not had a bad effect on my skin at all which I am very happy about as it would've been hard to have it sitting in my makeup drawer and not being able to use it! 

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Out Of The Box Birthday Presents








For my birthday I received some other gifts that don't fit into the clothes and beauty category that I wrote up previously. So here we go, I have four gifts that I'm going to talk about that are truly incredible gifts and this could help you buy someone a nice gift that is a bit different too!

First of all, my mum and sister got me a Fujifilm Instax camera. I never even asked for this present but I was in love with it as soon as I laid eyes on it. I got the white one with the little white protective bag. This present was so perfect for me because I love taking pictures and Polaroids, in my opinion, are the coolest photos that you can have! I took it to lunch with me, my dad, sister and brother then took pictures of my family who all came over to see me. Then I took it to Alloway with me to the Brig o' Doon, The Auld Kirk and the Robert Burns cottage and museum. 

My mum and sister also got me a beautiful perfume by Jo Malone. It is the scent 'Pomegranate Noir'. It is a very enigmatic and dark smell. It is not flowery or sweet. So it is right up my street!  

My dad got me two really amazing gifts. One was a framed photo of the one and only Audrey Hepburn! I love it so much and it completely goes with my room colours and looks so elegant. It really is a fantastic gift to receive. Audrey is my idol and someone who I wish I could be like in terms of being kind, helpful and charitable. As well as, you know her stunning good looks haha!

The second gift my dad got me is seriously incredible! My dad, sister and I are going to go on the Jacobite Steam Train, THE ACTUAL HARRY POTTER TRAIN FROM THE MOVIES!, travelling in first class with a complimentary afternoon tea. We will get the train from Fort William to Mallaig. I am so excited for this gift and it's always good to have something to look forward to. The way my dad told me about this was also really cool. He had made up a little story for me and it was like a presentation. It was the coolest thing! I can't wait to go, take pictures, pretend I'm going to Hogwarts and write a post about it.

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My Lipstick & Lip Pencil Collection











I much prefer to have a small(er) collection of lipsticks and lip pencils just so that I know I'll definitely use each and every one of them. After all, lip products can be pretty expensive to collect!

My favourite brand is the one and only MAC. It's a pretty obvious favourite but the proof is in the outcome. Which these products always deliver for me. I also use Bobbi Brown and Rimmel.

My all time favourite lipstick is 'Yash' by MAC. It is the perfect nude colour with brown/pink undertones so that it doesn't wash out your lips, and makes them a defining feature. 

Another lipstick I always use is 'Velvet Teddy' by MAC. It's another nude colour but a few shades darker than 'Yash'. This colour came to my attention when people were saying that it is the colour Lily Rose Depp uses and I absolutely loved it, so I managed to get my hands on it.

The last MAC lipstick that I use is the first MAC lipstick that I ever got and it is 'Creme Cup'. It is a pinky/nudey shade but can be a very bright pink if loaded up. I tend to apply a light amount so that it is the perfect pink.

I also use a lipstick from the Kate Moss collection for Rimmel and it is a purply, pink colour which is very similar to the infamous Kylie Jenner lipstick colour.

My all time favourite lip liner is 'beige' by Bobbi Brown. It is a gorgeous nude colour (can you see the theme here?) that defines your lips so easily and can be very good if you like to slightly over-line your lips like me!

Another lip liner I love is 'subculture' by MAC, yes we are back to MAC here on in. This colour is very similar to the Bobbi Brown colour but it is a little bit harder of a pencil. So you need to warm it up a little bit on the back of your hand before applying it. I find this with all of these lip pencils.

Last but not least I have 'Stripdown' by MAC. This is a darker version of 'subculture' and is a more brown colour than the nude shades mentioned previously. Think 90s music videos and you are pretty much there. It is a beautiful colour.

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Going To A House Party: The Essentials & Preparation










I really love a house party. They are (usually) inexpensive and a great way to wear semi-casual outfits all the while having a drink and catching up with friends. 

I have a good few house parties lined up for the week ahead of me. Why is it that you can go for months without a party to go to and then five turn up within the same week?! So I thought I would write a post on preparing for a house party as well as what to take with you.

First of all, you need to plan your outfit, or in my case outfitS. This means you must find out the attire for the evening. So, ask your friends if they have any ideas of what type of thing they will wear. Test out your ideas on them too! Then once you have decided on a few outfits, help each other whittle them down to the perfect one. Or, save them for the next party. Don't forget to include shoes here as well. 

Following finding your outfit, you could plan out what makeup look you are going to go for. I usually just go for my everyday look for a house party but if you wanted to change it up, you could plan it now! Also, planning your nail colour never does any harm either!

Then, you need to decide on a really important aspect. WHAT BAG?! It needs to be big enough to be able to hold the essentials, but small enough to not be too heavy or a pain carrying! Inside the bag, you will need to bring whatever lipstick/lip pencil that you are putting on because house parties, as you probably know, go on for a while and there's only so much lasting power in a lipstick. Other than the lip product, I wouldn't suggest on bringing any other makeup. It'll likely just weigh down your bag and you probably won't need it. 

The next thing that goes in the bag should be your drink. Make sure it is a good bottle that won't spill. The good thing about bringing your own drink is knowing what you are drinking and how much you have had. Most of the time I'd bring some vodka to pair with some cranberry juice when I get to the actual party. Orange and lemon with vodka is also very nice if the host has bought that in. Another spirit that I like is gin. You can't beat a gin and tonic and Gordon's have these handy little cans with the main gin combinations in. Also, my new favourite drink combination is Morgan's Spiced Rum with apple juice. I know, I know it sounds like a strange combo, but trust me- it works!

Next up is your phone, of course, which you will probably want to put some kind of a phone case on if you don't already have one on your phone. House parties are known for excessive drinking, tears on the pavement and a good 'ole cracked iPhone screen. So make sure you aren't in at least one of the aforementioned categories!

Taking a wallet or purse with you is also a great thing because you never know where the night will take you and you will probably be needing money for a taxi home at all hours in the morning!

The last thing I put in my bag is usually some kind of perfume/scent. Usually not an expensive one so most of the time I'll pack a body spray. Zara always do beautiful body sprays so you could check out those ones. 

Now on to the preparation!

You can choose whether you do this stuff the night before or the morning of, depending on your plans and what best suits you. I'm going to do it the morning of though because I don't have any plans and I like everything to be really fresh.

First of all, go in for your shower. Wash your hair, shave your legs and exfoliate.

Then, dry yourself off and add on a layer of fake tan if you like. I always love a bit of fake tan before a party or a night out. Nothing too drastic though, I like it being semi-natural haha :)

Now comes the time where you need to dry that fake tan off, so put on old pyjamas or house coat and paint your nails. 

Then, make sure you have something substantial to eat because there is a long night ahead of you and you will need energy. It is also good if you are planning on having a drink. 

The next thing you will want to do it invite a friend over for a little pre-party and pre-drinks. Put on some music and pour a drink and start dancing! You will both be ready for the party in no time at all. It's also handy having a friend with you so that you can leave for the house party together and arrive at the same time. 

Then, open that house door and have an amazing night. 

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How To: The Wearable White Nail Polish












Ah, the infamous white nails. 

This is always a tricky one because on one hand, it could go incredibly well and you will have chic, fashion week-esque nails. 

OR, you end up looking like you are seven years old again, in school, painting Tipex on your nails. That never really was a good look was it? Ah well, it kept us happy for a while.

But I think I may have found the safe-proof way to wear a white nail.

First of all I apply this 'H&M Divided Nail Polish in White' onto my nails as a sort of base. It is pretty translucent but you get this gorgeous silvery/shimmery effect.

 Then, I apply the 'Barry M  Gelly Nail Paint in Lychee' over this. The colour is really more beige than white, but it looks good over the H&M nail polish. 

Speaking of which, I then apply another coat of the H&M polish and ta-dah! You have the perfect white/beigy/silvery colour which I absolutely adore!

Finish this off with a top coat. I like using the 'Glossy Effect by Miss Sporty' nail polish. This keeps everything in place and locked in. 

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Using An Illuminator With Your Foundation & How It Makes A Difference









I'm pretty sure that the idea of using an illuminator mixed in with your foundation has been around for quite some time now, but it's only been in the last month that I have thought this would be a good idea for my skin.

When people say that they use an illuminator with their foundation, they usually talk about achieving a really glowy/dewy look. This just provided me with visions of a solar panel and sticky, hot, sweaty looking skin.

However, having watched the TV show 'Fashion Bloggers' on E! I discovered that it can actually provide a really gorgeous summery look. If you manage to get the balance right.

I just use my everyday foundation, 'Clinique anti-blemish solutions liquid makeup' and mix that with 'MAC Prep + Prime Skin Base Visage'. 

I put a little droplet of the foundation onto my hand, put the exact same size droplet of the illuminator onto the foundation and mix with my finger until it becomes one consistency and colour. Then, I apply this to my cheeks, chin, forehead and nose and blend out with a foundation brush.

This combination has been working an absolute treat for me. Providing just enough coverage for me. Not heavy, but covers any blemishes due to the foundation type. If you have oily/blemish prone skin, like me, I really would recommend this. Even though you already have oily skin, this somehow balances everything out to make the perfect amount of dewiness. 

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Working Out What To Wear


Pictured Nike Flex Experience RN 3, New Look sports bra, New Look yoga leggings.


Going to the gym really is not my thing, BUT that doesn't mean I don't like to be active and exercise. I much prefer to be in the comfort of my own home, in my own space and exercising. 

I think there's something about being in a familiar place that just takes the pressure off of you and helps you enjoy breaking a sweat much more. This could all just be my imagination, but, for me, it WORKS.

I sometimes think half the battle is actually finding the motivation to work out and the other half is finding something to wear so that you are comfortable and you feel good about yourself!

I recently went in to New Look to find some activewear for a trip to Air Space, if you want to find out more about this you should have a look at my previous post!, and I was really surprised at how good the activewear looked! I knew that the sportswear trend was out there but I never really had any motivation to go and actually purchase some because my form of exercising is doing some yoga at home in loose clothing, i.e. my pyjamas most of the time! 

I thought I would write a post about the outfit I bought and share it here! 

Also, for actually working out, I really enjoy doing 'Yoga With Adrienne' on YouTube which has a vast collection of fun yoga sessions such as the 30 Day Yoga Challenge which I'm currently doing right now! Whether a beginner, novice or advanced, there's guaranteed to be something for you on Adrienne's channel.

Also, a friend recommended the 'Sworkit lite' app, which is pretty much like having a personal trainer in your pocket! It is hard work but the pay off is incredible! 

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Road Tip: The Essentials



I do love a good road trip. Whether it is with my best friends or with family, I just really like being on the road and heading off somewhere nice or new. So, I had the idea to make a little 'essentials' post for what to take with you on a road trip.

1.
The number one thing I would suggest is to make sure you have an AUX cable and a good music playlist on your phone. Music is the best way to get everyone in the car relaxed and ready for the road ahead, whether it be short or lengthy. Getting the whole car singing is a task but it's all part of the fun. The Killers' Mr Brightside is always a song that gets my friends and I shouting at the tops of our lungs!  

2.
Keeping on track with the music theme, it is always good to make sure you bring earbuds or headphones with you as well. You never know what songs/genres are going to come on with your friends and, more so, your family. So be prepared and make sure you have your own music with you in case you don't love what the car is listening to. But it's always good to remember that a car journey is supposed to involve everyone and it's part of the fun to listen to cringy ballads and classic rock tunes as well as every other genre! Just sing along and let yourself go!

3.
Another thing to remember is something sweet or minty to eat. This is a trick my granny says that she swears by. If you, or anyone else in the car, is feeling kind of sick or yucky, try eating a sweet or a mint and this should taste your palette and possibly make you feel a little bit better.

4.
Then, there's water. You NEED NEED NEED fluids, preferably good old plain water when you're going on any car trip. A car can quickly get warm and stuffy and there's only so much air conditioning can do. 

5.
Depending on the length of your journey, you might want to take a mix of light and heavy reading. So bring your favourite glossy magazines as a conversation booster so you and your friends can discuss the all important happenings of 'Kimye'. Yes, that was a joke! Or a book of some sort if the journey is a little bit longer so that you can have a little bit of time for yourself. 

6.
Of course, another obvious essential is sunglasses. Purely because they are a brilliant accent to any outfit and because 9 times out of 10 you'll actually need them. Even if it's raining outside! 

I think that is all for my road tripping essentials, so I hope this has helped you (even a little bit) for any journeys you're going on! Happy travels!

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Too Old To Trampoline? Think Again






I've very recently had my first experience at Air Space in East Kilbride, Scotland. So, naturally, I thought I'd write up a quick post as a simple review on my thoughts.

Now bare in mind, I really am not the most fit or talented person in the world when it comes to any kind of sport. But, when my British champion gymnast friend suggested we went to Air Space, one of Scotland's best sport indoor activity arenas for a bit of fun, I became curious and decided I should give it a go. 

As you can imagine, going with a multi-award winning gymnast to a trampolining centre made my seat drop looking pretty unimpressive. So if you go, I suggest you take someone who will be at your level. Lucky enough two of my other friends came along with us as well to make it slightly less embarrassing. 

The four of us went up to the reception desk and gave our names and signatures, and also got out bright orange socks, just to say that we would take full responsibility if anything went wrong. This did make my friend Alexs and I a little bit anxious I must say. We got our red wristbands on and waited ten minutes to be called to be briefed on the security measures, our anxiety did grow at this point. But we were assured that if we followed the safety procedures, we would be pretty much safe. 

Then, we headed up to the trampolines.

I'm constantly reminding myself to stop taking myself so seriously and just have fun and not to care what people think. But that is somewhat difficult when you are surrounded by nine year olds with six packs and told to wear bright orange grip socks! 

I must say it was difficult to get the hang of at first and we all felt a little bit silly. But this feeling disappeared within five minutes. We actually really enjoyed ourselves and bounced away til our hearts were content (and possibly on the brink of attack!). It is a pretty good workout too. 

I seriously recommend Air Space as something that you just need to try out for yourself. I did enjoy it and I do feel like I had a good workout, but, I don't really see myself hurrying back. But who knows, I might end up going again. I'll maybe make it a yearly tradition!

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Can We Call It Culottes











Boohoo black and white culottesBoohoo off the shoulder black t shirt, H&M grey t shirt, New Look stripped t shirt, Zara asymmetrical white t shirt, similar Asos striped turtleneck 


The easy guide to wearing culottes. From everyday wear to an easy night time transition.

I put these five look together just to show how easy culottes can be to style. Each of these looks are interchangeable meaning you can get a lot of use out of a few t shirts and two pairs of culottes.

Good old culottes have been around since the 19th century and were originally worn by gentlemen to express their wealthy status. 

Today, culottes are pretty much a Marmite piece of clothing. You either love them or you loathe them.

Hopefully this quick little guide will be able to help you decide which team you're on. 

The important thing to remember is that culottes are good to accentuate clean lines in your wardrobe and make a statement. Whether you are pairing them with a really casual plain white/grey/black t-shirt or with a structured, more formal top- you can make sure you make an impression on an onlooker. 

I love to pair culottes with heels. I really wouldn't go along the lines of wearing them with flats, because it could have a shortening illusion on your legs. In other words, you may look stumpy. This is completely the opposite of what culottes do though when you pair them with the right pair of heels. They have a really lengthening and slimming effect on the legs and especially the calves. A pair of Mules are always a hit with culottes, as are a pair of 'strap above the ankle' heels. 

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A Simple, Accessible & Healthy Breakfast

The ingredients: Alpro Almond Milk; Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice, Avocado, Kenco Millicano Coffee Granules, Two Slices of Bread
















The After-Math: Tah-Dah! You're All Done! 



My mum just did her 'big food shop' last night and so I knew that I'd have a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables to work with this morning for my breakfast! I decided to opt for a simple, healthy and accessible breakfast with the main focus being the avocado that I could take lots of pictures of and easily write up a post. 

First thing to do is boil the kettle for your coffee and put your bread in the toaster so that you've got your timing right. 

I started off with a small(ish) avocado and used a knife to cut through the top and in a circle around the fruit's seed so that it opens in half. The best way to get the actual edible part out of the avocado is to remove the seed and then use a tablespoon, or any big spoon, to scoop out the beautiful green part. 

Once the kettle has boiled, add your coffee and any sugar to your cup and use almond milk as an alternative to normal cow's milk. I do like cow's milk, however, if your skin is prone to acne, it is not the best thing to be consuming so try switching to almond or hazelnut milk and see if this makes any difference to your complexion. This tip has really been an unbelievable help for my skin! 

Pour yourself a little cup, or in my case a jam jar, full of fruit juice! Spread the avocado on your freshly toasted bread and you are ready for whatever the day throws at you!

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Let's Talk: Vogue August Issue












I'm sure that I'm not the only one who enjoys picking up the glossy faced, hugely influential magazine that is Vogue. It is so much fun to look at all of the articles, campaigns, photos and beautiful ads that compile together to make up an issue. 

However, I think sometimes, it can be a little bit daunting looking at these high fashion magazines and can add quite a bit of pressure to those who care enough to follow the doctrine as gospel. This is not the case though as magazines like Vogue are purely there for entertainment purposes and for enjoyment and therefore should be treated as so. Look at it this way, it is there to inspire you and provide a bit of guidance. At the end of the day, it should be relatable. The beautiful pages should be seen as guidelines rather than a code to follow religously.

So, lets take this lightheartedly and jump right in to discuss what is going on in the August Issue which comes with a really cool 'Vogue On The Catwalk' extra.

I think it's important to first quickly mention the cover which features Lara Stone in a flamboyant, yet chic and on trend mini dress. Underneath there is a simple statement, 'She's Electric'. The covers of Vogue are always exciting to look at and you get to imagine the process for finding that final picture. An elegant glare with the ever-present oozing of haute couture. Which is expected as the cover is what lures you in after all.
For the first good few pages, as always, there's the ads. I must say I do enjoy looking at the ads and really appreciate the beautiful photos and work that has went in to them from the designer, concept, models and photographers alike. Out of all the ads in this issue, there were two that stood out. One, Rihanna for Dior. Is there anything this woman cannot do? I LOVE Rihanna and personally think she is incredibly talented and makes for an amazing model for Dior. The other ad that stood out for me was the Chanel ad featuring Pharrell Williams and Cara Delevingne. These two make a lovely pair! I'm definitely okay with this pairing and have been since I saw them in the short film for Chanel in December of last year. 

Following on from the ads comes the editor's note, Alexandra Shulman, which highlighted the ever-growing importance of social media and online shopping. As customers are able to access a lot more content and pieces of clothing for all different seasons all around the globe. This section also mentions that later on in the issue, there will be a calendar provided to guide you on the upcoming trends for next season. 

The calendar is aptly named 'Calendar Girl' and covers three full pages with detailed pictures and descriptions of the trends expected and the pieces that you should be on the look out for in order to be prepared. Mind you, the pieces listed are far too expensive for my bank account! It's the sentiment that counts I suppose and we can always look for cheaper alternatives. I always find ASOS.com to be really useful for finding similar pieces at a fraction of the price.

Next up is a segment on PATTERN and where you can find your sources of inspiration. There is a pretty lengthy list on where designers, editors and most importantly YOU can find innovation and creativity for this season which include: botanics, rugs, delicate wallpapers, patterned china and bold furniture to carry on the theme. 

Now, it gets to the crux of the issue. How to go from summer to autumn and what we can expect. The biggest, and I'm guessing the most important things to note are,1. Camel is still going strong 2. Create a waist using belts to juxtapose the heavy androgynous vibes and 3. Following on from the huge 70s trend that has taken over the fashion world, the 80s will be back with a POP. Think disco summer dresses with 10 denier tights, boots and cardigans. Ah, Marc Jacobs would be proud.

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My Personal Style Icons & Roots Of Inspiration













I thought I'd write up a quick(ish) post about who I look to for style inspiration and guidance when I'm either 1. struggling to find a look or 2. looking for a simple way to change/evolve my style a little bit, even if it is just for 12 hours. 


Blogger

One person I can always count on to give me style inspiration is Sara Donaldson at 'HarperandHarley.com'. Sara is a well established Australian blogger who has reached amazing global success and her website Harper & Harley is ever growing stronger. Sara describes the concept of Harper & Harley as a 'How To' in terms of eliminating colour from your wardrobe and maintains a black, white and grey colour pallette. I was immediately drawn in by this concept as the majority of fashion bloggers and influential style icons will tell you to step out of the box and introduce colour instead of eliminate it altogether. I'd say my wardrobe consists of a 60% make-up of these three block colours so anytime I see an Instagram post or a new blog post from Sara, I always try and find something similar from my own wardrobe (attempting) to put a little Harper & Harley spin on it. Otherwise, I will look at the caption of the photo as Sara always includes where to get the pieces of clothing she is wearing or other, cheaper, alternatives. 


Classic

I'm hoping that this will not become too mundane of an answer, but truthfully, is there a better 'Classic' style icon than the elegant Audrey Hepburn? Audrey, for me, captures the main elements that a woman should strive to be. Elegant, graceful, chic and happy. Where could you possibly go wrong in life if you have those four elements down to a T? There's really no wonder why Audrey was the woman that she was and gained the status that she had and still has to this day. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and this definitely reflected in her choice of clothing. Whether she was a call girl, a princess, a librarian turned model or teacher, her style and legacy remained and may it forever linger on.


Modern Day Chic

There is really no doubt in my mind when it comes to this particular category. Lily Collins is my modern day style icon who I think has in the past few years seriously upped her fashion game, not that she hasn't always looked fantastic. Lily has said before that she has always had a love and interest for the big wide world of fashion and has recently been involved with the one and only, Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel as one of his 'muses'. Lily's style can go from everyday street style, to yoga pants and trainers, to red carpet REALNESS. I was first introduced to Lily as 'Clary Fray' in the 2013 'Mortal Instruments: City of Bones' movie, which I loved! And from then on, I was absolutely blown away by the way Lily would dress for press conferences and press junkets and red carpets. She truly knows what she's doing and seriously someone who I watch for style inspiration. 


Daring Street Style Socialite

This one may be one that is controversial and split the crowd a little bit, but for this street style icon category, I would say I definitely look to Kylie Jenner. Kylie changes up her look so drastically from one day to the other, and always remains fabulous in doing so, that she is such a fun and inspirational icon to look to. Kylie reminds me that it is okay to want to dress really feminine and girly one day and then look really androgynous the next as well as having the courage to actually do this. There's also no question that she is a really relevant young woman today and someone that has an ever growing influence over what many girls and women wear today. 


Up & Coming 'It Girl'

As of recent, I've really started tuning in to Lily-Rose Depp. Yes, she has a famous last name and yes she can speak fluent French, and yes she has amazing Instagram photos. All of which could be considered 'ingredients' for becoming an 'It Girl'. But I really admire Lily-Rose for being so knowledgeable about who she is and what she wears. I don't want to make it about an age thing, but I'm 19 and when I was Lily-Rose's age, I didn't look anywhere near as fashionable yet edgy as she does. I think it is really cool to see Lily-Rose's success grow all in her own right and her own way with a couple of innovative and original movies due to release soon and a star role in Rejjie Snow's new music video. I'm always standing by to look for a new photo upload from Lily-Rose at her Instagram account, 'lilyrose_depp', to see what she has put together. I think it was earlier this year when I, among others including my own mum, either went online or opened a newspaper and was bombared with those beautiful photos of Lily-Rose wearing that gorgeous strapless Chanel two-piece from the 'Chanel Metiers d'Art show'. Depp was also in attendance at the 'Grand Casino Chanel Show' last week as another of Karl Lagerfeld's 'muses' along with her mother,Vanessa Paradis, and Lily Collins. 


Thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed this little insight to who I admire and look to for my daily dose of inspiration.

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