Vintage jumper | H&M jeans | Vans trainers | Michael Kors bag | Mango leather jacket

I headed into Portobello Market for the first time ever last weekend, and opted for a warm and comfortable outfit, mainly because the weather's been sooo indecisive recently! I went for my cosy vintage jumper and stripy jeans, adding a slight pop of colour with my old purple Vans; a simple and kinda grungy look appropriate for a good few hours of browsing and perusing.

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 Top: H&M | Jacket: Mango | Skirt: H&M | Boots: Dr. Martens 

Finally; a sunny (and windy) day! I doubt a skirt was the best option, but I'm usually in denial about the reality of the weather on any given day, and not only is it incredibly comfortable, but also A-line, which is super flattering to my body shape. I really love the balance of hard and feminine here; the leather jacket adds a certain toughness, and so do the docs - but I feel the cherry colour keeps the look feeling a little lighter. The bag, skirt and grey tank top, of course, balances the whole look out to something a bit more girly, and there's nothing I love more than contrasting aesthetics merged seamlessly into one cool look.

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I don't know about you guys, but when I think of cashmere, there's no doubt that the word 'quality' springs to mind. But aside from that, it's not something that particularly excites me. Cocoa Cashmere; a British knitwear brand based in London, has completely shifted my stilted perception, and that's really due to its contemporary, edgy and colourful characteristics.

Sometimes it's really worth investing in some good quality pieces that will last a lifetime, but when I'm spending money on clothes, I'm essentially on the lookout for items that will make me excited to wear them every single time. Cocoa Cashmere takes pieces from the usual simplicity we associate with cashmere, and turns them into something that little bit more special.

Designer Susan Bailey launched Cocoa Cashmere with the aim of communicating a style philosophy of timeless designs with a modern twist. Susan is passionate about designing knitwear, not only of amazing quality, but that also makes every woman feel special.

Here are some of my favourite pieces from the SS15 collection:



Every single piece is so effortless and chic; and something so simple to brighten up your wardrobe for the Spring/Summer months. They're all easy to style too; just pair them with a pair of grey ripped boyfriend jeans or even some cigarette pants and you're good to go! This brand is teeming with fantastic transition pieces to lead us from Winter to Spring. I can't wait to snag up some bits and style them myself! 

Check out their website here! 

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Another quick post today! I had never realised how much I love the combination of black and brown! It's tricky to pull off if the shades aren't quite right, but for the most part, you really can't go wrong with a chocolate brown jumper and a leather jacket. I've been wearing this jacket to death recently; it's getting to that point in the year where the weather is just too warm for chunky coats, and perfect for leather jackets. YAY! Now I'm on the hunt for a duster coat..

Jumper: H&M // Jeans: Topshop // Jacket: Mango // Scarf: M&S // Bag: Accessorize // Shoes: Converse //

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I've been trying to keep things a bit more colourful recently. We're in for some great weather soon, and I'm attempting to steer my natural inclinations towards brighter and happier clothing. We'll see how that goes. This look is pretty neutral and simple; perfect for a chilly walk around London, but for me, it's the back of the knit that makes this entire look. It's soo gorgeous; I really wish it was on the front to be honest!

I picked this knit up from a cute boutique near my flat in Spain, in Sotogrande. Sometimes it's so nice to have interesting boutique pieces that make an outfit individual. I paired it up with my grey jeans, and purple suede booties for a lovely colour palette, 

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