Thursday, 25 July 2013


Everyone has their own style and I have just come across some amazing street style pictures... I just wanted to share a few of them here in a very quick blog post! I have made a new promise to myself to wear amazing outfits every time i step outside the door! Why not!

Everyone is different and everyone's street style is different, don't alter your own style for anyone else or to look like anyone else... Be yourself and show it through your style and make a fashion statement.

This is one of my favourite images in the group... Look at that jacket and the bag makes the outfit!

I'm loving these translucent see through bags... They are class!

Stunning outfit

Love this... What a great summers day outfit!

Great leather jacket

And I'm going mad for these printed trousers!

Enjoy you street style and be yourself!

Kisses!! Xxx

*** I don't own any of these pictures, hence why the faces were cut from most the pictures! These images do not belong to me

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

La Vita È Bella

So i spent the night in recently and watched a movie called La Vita È Bella. I first watched this movie in my english class in secondary school. Our teacher, Mrs. Fogarty was one of my favourites and this movie has been one of my favourites ever since. I realise this is a fashion blog and this movie doesn't have much by the way of fashion but what it does have is an eye-opening story.

The movie is set in 1930s Italy. Guido, the main character, is a jewish book keeper who falls in love with Dora, a teacher. Its love at first sight for Guido and this is the start of a fairy tale life he has been dreaming about. Guido and Dora have a son and live happily together until the occupation of Italy by nazi German forces. In an attempt to hold his family together and help his son survive the horrors of a Jewish Concentration Camp once getting captured, Guido pretends that the Holocaust is a game and that the grand prize for winning is a tank after scoring 1000 points in good behaviour within the camp.

The movie's italian cast is marvellous, and their chemistry throughout is amazing. It really is a credit to them. Roberto Benigni, who plays Guido, also directs the movie and is married to his onscreen love, Nicoletta Braschi. After this movie, Benigni was nominated for seven Academy Awards and was the first actor to win a Best Actor Oscar for a non-English speaking role.

Guido is wonderfully romantic and his humour throughout the movie is fantastic, this humour is what must protect his son in a Nazi death camp.

The little boy who plays Joshua is the cutest thing. My whole 5th year class fell in love with him from the second he appeared on screen.

The script of the movie is fantastic.
"Guido: You can't imagine how much I feel like making love to you. But I'll never tell anyone, especially not you. They'd have to torture me to make me say it.
Dora: Say what?
Guido: That I want to make love to you - not just once, but over and over again! But I'll never tell you that. I'd have to be crazy to tell you. I'd even make love to you now... right here for the rest of my life."

Guido's first line to Dora is "Buongiorno, Principessa!" Meaning Good Morning, Princess and this is the catch phrase throughout. And thrust me, you will be saying this line for weeks afterwards.

Go check it out, I know sometimes subtitles can be a horror... But this movie is defiantly worth it. Getting an 8.5 out of 10 on IMBD it is a big deal and that should be enough to tell you to go see it.

**********... 10 stars.... Go, rent it, borrow it from a friend, buy it, just see it!!


Saturday, 20 July 2013

The Style Sisters: Cara and Poppy Delevingne

Poppy and Cara Delevingne are this year's "it" girls.... Socialites and models, wearing the best designer clothes and hanging out with the most famous of famous people, but the style difference between these two sisters is massive.

Cara (the eyebrows) Delevingne is the beautiful and goofy acting younger sister. While Poppy is the elder of the two and her sense of style is very different.

Cara's style is more boyish then her sisters. She prefers skinny jeans and scruffy boots, beanie hats and leather jackets, baggy T-shirts, snapback caps and boyfriend jumpers... This style is amazing on her and I could not imagine her in anything else. She wears this type of clothes so well and looks stunning regardless. Her style shows off her playful nature and fun sense of humour.

Love this outfit, what a great jumper... And those over the knee high boots.

Poppy Delevingne, on the other hand... Her style is more calculated, chic and elegant.

Wearing fabrics such as fur, silk, denim and even lace... Poppy looks fab. She can pull off cute little dresses, elegant evening gowns and even super casual denim shorts. Poppy is an all-rounder. The colour palette of her outfit choices is magnolia cream, white, nude and also dark colours including black, mahogany, purple and wine red.

Jumping on the band wagon with the cat ear headbands.

Pulling off preppy chic, with this blue trousers paired up with the blouse buttoned all the way up. And the cute cardie makes the outfit.

Love this playsuit.... Looks stunning on Poppy, love her!

She loves a statement piece and this red and white fur waistcoat is just that,a statement piece for this otherwise ordinary outfit.

These sisters maybe close and more best friends then sisters but their style choices couldn't be more different.

Who's style do you prefer?

***Why not check out my last Cara Delevingne post....