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The biggest debate in my household is Beyonce vs Rihanna. My boyfriend is under the impression that Rihanna is so much better than B. 
If you want to provoke an argument with me, just question Miss Knowles pure amazingness. For my obsession is ridiculous! And as much as I love a bit of RiRi, no one will ever compare to the immense force of the glamazon that is Beyonce Knowles. 
SO saying all this leads me on to that fact I am obsessed with the new issue of Harpers Bazaar UK, as the magazine is graced by her presence. And the actual spread itself is beautifully shot by Alexi Lubomirski at The Paris Ritz hotel and is the pure definition of luxury, opulence and sexiness, which is very fitting as the issue is named “Strictly Sexy”.
As well as this Ms B will be heading over to LDN to launch her new collection for House of Dereon. All the clothes come in at about £130, which for a celebrity collab isn’t so bad. The collection itself (CIty Jungle A/W11) isn’t really my thing it’s a little more glamourous streetwear. But of course Beyonce makes it look amazing. It will be in Selfridges from September so if it looks like something you could be ghetto fabulous in, snap it up!
But for now I shall leave you with this little bit of amazingness!
The biggest debate in my household is Beyonce vs Rihanna. My boyfriend is under the impression that Rihanna is so much better than B.
If you want to provoke an argument with me, just question Miss Knowles pure amazingness. For my obsession is ridiculous! And as much as I love a bit of RiRi, no one will ever compare to the immense force of the glamazon that is Beyonce Knowles.

SO saying all this leads me on to that fact I am obsessed with the new issue of Harpers Bazaar UK, as the magazine is graced by her presence. And the actual spread itself is beautifully shot by Alexi Lubomirski at The Paris Ritz hotel and is the pure definition of luxury, opulence and sexiness, which is very fitting as the issue is named “Strictly Sexy”.
As well as this Ms B will be heading over to LDN to launch her new collection for House of Dereon. All the clothes come in at about £130, which for a celebrity collab isn’t so bad. The collection itself (CIty Jungle A/W11) isn’t really my thing it’s a little more glamourous streetwear. But of course Beyonce makes it look amazing. It will be in Selfridges from September so if it looks like something you could be ghetto fabulous in, snap it up!

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But for now I shall leave you with this little bit of amazingness!


New job please. Thanks.

Please take me back, but this time with more money, so I can wander the not so sky scraper lined streets of downtown and pick up some vintage bargains. Or better yet, can I move there please?

Please take me back, but this time with more money, so I can wander the not so sky scraper lined streets of downtown and pick up some vintage bargains. Or better yet, can I move there please?


H&M Winter Lookbook

Loving my employer H&Ms new look book for winter. Modelled by the effervescent Frida Gustavasson it is clearly inspired by the 60’s with swing/shift dresses such as a gorgeous mustard yellow number and bright coloured macs. The best thing about this collection, dare I say it, is the use of some pretty vivacious colour blocking. Although around a month ago I went on a bit of a tirade about colour blocking, the use of it in this collection is exactly the bright injection winter fashion needs, I love the colour palette and can’t wait to use my discount to pick up a few dresses and some coloured tights. It seems Hennes isn’t the only high street fashion store picking up on this winter 60’s trend though. Even when I passed Peacocks of all places, the windows were postered with some pretty cute 60’s style items.

I get so excited about autumn/winter fashion. I am defiantly a snow baby as opposed to a sun baby, it must be my “oh so twilight” complexion that means I long for chunky knits and boots. Bring on dark nights and mornings so I can layer up and whack on a winter coat.

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