Saturday, 20 December 2014


Two set - Oh My Love
Boots - ASOS
Cardigan - H&M
Hat - River Island (Similar)

How adorable is this two set? It's very autumn, but I love the colours so much I don't really mind. I picked this little baby up from the Clothes show a couple of weekends ago. The Oh My Love stall was one of the first I visited, obviously. I stole this off them for the price of £15! (the shorts alone are £28 online) I am utterly in love with it. I grabbed the boots with ASOS' black friday 20% off deal, they're unbelievably comfortable, they haven't come off my feet.
I do apologise about the quality of the photos, it's a lot harder to shoot outside again with the winter weather and early nights. 

 Chanel x

Sunday, 23 November 2014


Kasabian Jumper - Official Merch
Jeans - Primark
Shirt - Missguided
Scarf - Primark
Shoes - River Island (similar)
Watch - Vivienne Westwood

Today's outfit is a super comfy get up, that is completely dedicated to probably my favourite band, Kasabian. 
Last night was spent at the LG Arena in Birmz, at the Kasabian gig (they were completely unbelievable as usual and I may post a separate blog about it) So as you can imagine, today is spent nursing a slightly sore head, whilst being incredibly tired, so I've thrown this together to get me by. 

I bought the jumper from a Kasabian gig a few years ago, and I don't think they sell it anymore :( 
I found the jeans in primark for about a fiver in the sale, so naturally can no problem cutting them up, although I have made a deadly error in cutting the length too short (even for me) Paired with everyones favourite scarf this season, the faux fur one (£10 from Primark!) I am quite content spending my sunday lounging about in this.

What are your perfect "hangover" ensembles? I find it's very hard to part with pj's on days like this, but unavoidable if you're happen to have a super busy weekend.

Chanel x

Friday, 21 November 2014


Coat (NastyGal - Ebay win)
Dress (Missguided)
High neck jumper (Primark)
Bag (Asos)
Boots (Missguided)

I've been terribly naughty and neglected my little ol' blog for the past however many months, I've been caught up in all boring stuff like real life. I haven't even had a chance to indulge in some new threads, so this post is largely made up of relatively old-ish stuff. The coat was a recent purchase, I won it on Ebay for thirty squid, it's absolutely gorgeous but already has mulled wine stains on it (whoops - festive accidents) 

I recently wore this outfit, minus the high neck jumper underneath and thick black tights to a Paolo Nutini gig (which I was supposed to blog about..) and I've been wearing the ensemble at least once a week since, a little bit because I adore the look and makes me feel like a throwback queen but mostly because I'm too lazy to come up with new outfit ideas. 


I have admittedly been stuck in a bit of rut when it comes to blogging lately, and I've never been the most scheduled blogger that stuck to a routine of any sort, but I've definitely struggled a lot with thinking of new and exciting things to put on here, however I am trying, you'll just have to bear with me.
In the mean time however, I'd really appreciate any sort of advice you guys have for this sort of thing, or any opinions on what kind of posts you like to see, let me know in the comments :)

Chanel x

Sunday, 19 October 2014


Our second week in Cancun came around unbelievably quick (and was over just as soon) 
After having a fun, action packed first week, we decided to chill out a bit more during the second week. Although we still had plenty of energy left for some local sight seeing. Being in Mexico, it felt only right that we paid a visit to one of the seven wonders of the world, Chichen-Itza. I'd say it was worth seeing, however, it is a very long walk around with the tour guide, and incredibly hot. I'm happy to say I saw it, and took in a bit of Mayan history, but I wouldn't be rushing back there if I were to go Mexico again. On the way back from the Mayan ruins, the tour guide took us to a local Cenote, a giant sink hole filled with water, it was gorgeous, but we decided to not take our cameras with us so we have no photos (something we all regret deeply)

During the second week, we also decided it was time to catch up on some partying in Cancun town, so signed up for a bar crawl night with Thomas Cook, that ended in Coco Bongo. If you're gonna go out only once in Cancun, it will be to Coco Bongo. It's a nightclub and show all rolled into one, it's absolutely crazy in there. Well worth it though. 

During our second week, we also took a little boat ride on a catamaran over to Isla Murjeres again. It wasn't something we planned, and we got talked into doing by one of the staff at the hotel, but it was one of the most enjoyable days. Not only did we get to relax on a catamaran over the Caribbean, on the journey to the island, we snorkelled with the fish for a while. Then once we arrived at the island, we had an hour to explore by ourselves. So, we rented a gold buggy and drove around the coast of the island. After having a little bit of lunch on the beach, we headed back to our hotel and managed to get back into our room before a storm hit us. 

Cancun was everything I expected and more. I did once in a lifetime activities, and made plenty of friends on the way. I've had such an amazing holiday this year, I can't even think about what next years holiday will be, and can't imagine how it could possibly top it. 

Chanel x

Tuesday, 23 September 2014


So, I got home from the holiday of a life time about a week ago exactly now, and looking back at all these pictures just makes me miss it more than ever. This is just a little photo diary I put together from our first week, and a second week version will follow. I visited Cancun, Mexico for two weeks with two of my best friends, the three amigos indeed. The whole trip was jam packed with fun, activities and plenty of experiences that I will never forget. We stayed at the Temptation Spa Resort, right on the corner from the main strip of Cancun, which was perfect since the water there is a lot more calm than it is around the corner, perfect for taking a little, relaxing dip in the Caribbean ocean. We had read reviews on Trip advisor before we left, and we were a little anxious about staying there due to the adult nature of the hotel, and a couple of "swinger" rumours knocking around. However, we arrived and it was everything we had hoped for and more. The staff were friendly, the fellow holiday-makers were friendly and the place was gorgeous. 

Within the first week we had explored all the hotel had to offer (five restaurants, three pools and a plenty of water sports on the beach) We did zip lining, cave swimming and buggy driving in the jungle at Xplor, We swam with the dolphins at Wet n Wild (Which I wouldn't recommend, they completely rip you off with photo prices and we've found out afterwards that you get a much better deal over at Dolphin Discovery over at Isla Mujeres) and my absolute highlight of the holiday, swimming with whale sharks in the middle of the ocean!! I do have a few photo's from that day, but since I didn't take them, I didn't feel comfortable putting them on here, but take my word for it, it was incredible. After we took a dive with the sharks, our tour took us to the little island opposite Cancun (Isla Mujeres) and we ate nachos in the sea. The first week went unbelievably fast, and we were into our second week before we had a chance to take everything in...

 Chanel x

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

#nextLFWmodel Competition Entry

Celebrating London Fashion Week this week, high street giant, Next, are currently running their own competition for bloggers within their blogger network. The challenge? Put together a next outfit for your favourite model! pretty simple, and the prize? A city break to the capital and £200 to spend on next clothes. Why wouldn't you want to enter? If you're not apart of their network yet, it's pretty simple to get registered, and you have until 29th September to submit.

This is my entry, obviously I chose my absolute style icon of the moment, Suki Waterhouse, whose style is very vintage inspired, whilst also staying esquisitly trendy. The dress has a bit of a mod look to it with the shape, sleeveless-ness, and the roll neck makes it feel very 60s. I teamed it with this snake skin satchel. Satchels in general are such a go-to when trying to style a vintage-inspired look. I chose the flat shoes, as Suki often plays down a lot of her more day-to-day outfits, so I imagined these would fit her personal style to a T, and of course, the coat. The camel colour matches so well with everything, and over sized coats are very in right now, being a Burberry fave, Suki is no stranger to a coat.

(i must admit, this outfit is pretty similar to that I would spend my £200 on should I ever dream of winning this fab competition)

If you do decide to enter this competition, be sure to share your entries in the comments below, I'd love to see everyones. Good luck everyone!

Chanel x

Tuesday, 2 September 2014


Fluffy Jumper (river island - similar)
metallic skirt ( H&M )
Headband (Asos)
Vans (Schuh)

As the summer is coming to an end, we are being slapped in the face with cold winds harder and harder every day. However, I can't seem to part with the ways of summer fashion, including bare legs, no matter how pasty they may be (actually, at the time of this posting I'll be sunning them up on Cancun beach but..) What better way to come to terms with winter, than easing into knitwear. I do adore most quintessentially wintery things, not least big, fluffy jumpers. This is something I've had since last winter, and it will definitely be making a regular appearance in my 14/15 winter wardrobe, such a great buy!
I also picked up this metallic skirt last month in h&m, it's great for jazzing up casual outfits, which is ideal for me, since I've become pretty lazy lately, all I want to do is dress casually. 

How are you coming to terms with the colder weather here in the UK?