Saturday, 19 December 2015

Nobody's Child


Now that we've hit the month of being festive, it's only appropriate that our wardrobe is in sync with the Christmas spirit too. I wanted to share with you all a few of my favourite festive winter looks from my recent collaboration with a London-based fashion label, Nobody's Child. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the brand, they are a stylish fast-fashion brand providing you with all the latest fashion fixes.

If you're like me and have an aversion to girly dresses, I've created the perfect alternative outfit combo to rock any Christmas party. Understandably most fashion girls love to wear glitter dresses, however I opted to style this silver lace top that I am currently obsessing over. I paired it with a pleated leather skirt topped with simple black Zara heels. With the focus still being "dressy" & "festive" the look represents my individual style and love for a more grungy look, especially with the silver lace top as it's more interesting than your average patterned dress. 



Photography by Sherrie Webster

Last month, I was fortunate enough to also be invited to feature in a festive bloggers photo shoot, where I got to style my own head-to-toe Nobody's Child outfits. I also got to shoot side by side with the beautiful model and bloggers Fifi Newbery
Here is a little selection of photos from the day. 



The Nobody's Child Blogger Photo Shoot

10:00am | Breakfast & Makeup


11:00am | First Location - Covent Garden

Photography by Hill & Aubrey 


Fifi's First Look | Turtle Neck
Photography by Hill & Aubrey


1:00pm | Lunch Break & Hair / Makeup Touch up 


2:00pm | Second Location - South Bank 

Outfit Details | Grey Boyfriend CoatStripe Tee
Photography by Hill & Aubrey 
Photography by Hill & Aubrey

5:00pm | That's a wrap! 


A big thank you to the amazing Nobody's Child team who supported us throughout the photo shoot!

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