Hello lovelies! The Olympics have finally arrived in London! Yippee!! I am so excited to be sharing my Olympic adventures and inspired ensembles with you over the next two weeks. I have never been one to sport team jerseys or flag capes (shocking I know). I feel it is best to stay true to your style and infuse it with appropriate team supportive touches. Therefore I will be sporting a lot of red, white and blue! How convenient that the USA and the UK share the same colours! I will also be “going for the gold” and including an element of gold in each outfit. Play along and see if you can spot the circle of gold on each ensemble! Leave a comment with your answer! Prizes will be awarded for the top three who answer the most correctly!* Enjoy the games and cheers!
P.S. For a glimpse at the events I attend sign up to follow me on Instagram @ mjintheuk! The first event I attended was men’s water polo. I can say I thoroughly enjoyed the view. Hubba hubba!
shorts: Yumi Kim (similar here and here), white tee: J.Crew (similar here), jacket: H&M (similar here), belt: Mango (great one here), shoes: J.Crew, brooches: vintage, watch: Michael Kors, necklaces: Kate Spade and gift (similar here), shades: H&M (similar here), nails: Essie “As good as gold”
*Prices and participation may vary.
Hello lovelies! Happy Friday!! One of my absolute favourite colour combinations is pink and grey. This amazing sequin skirt had been hanging in my closet for some time (my fabulous sister and mother nabbed it for me at a sample sale! Holla!) and I finally pulled it down and decided it was time to get some use out of it. When wearing a piece that is pure statement glam, it helps to keep the rest of your ensemble within the same colour story for a visually cohesive (and not too over the top) look. Although I am not sure there really is such a thing as too “over the top” in my book. As far as I am concerned you can never be too overdressed.
On another note the Olympics are in town! Be sure to check in over the next two weeks as I will be sharing some Olympic themed ensembles with you and I even have a little game of our own planned! Have a lovely weekend! Cheers!
skirt: J.Crew, top: Anthropologie (old), belt: Free People shoes: Seychelles, jewellery: J.Crew & vintage, watch: Michael Kors, bag: Louis Vuitton
Hello lovelies! I leave you today with my last Manhattan based ensemble post. We hit the town on our last night in the city and I dared to bare. I love a little unexpected drama, this time in the form of jewellery cascading down a bare back. One little tip is that when turning a necklace around to wear backwards, you can easily add a little extra glam and hide the clasp which is now in the front with a great pin (as pictured). On a completely different note: I joined Instagram! If you would like to follow me for a more in depth look at the world through my eyes and my shenanigans in London you can find me under the name: mjintheuk. Also another bit of inspiration for the day is the beautiful blog of a friend who is pictured with me in the last photograph below owning the streets of Manhattan. Her blog is a beautiful embodiment of life in NYC with inspirational photographs, and to die for style! Cheers!
romper: Anu by Anita Ben, shoes: Rachel Roy, blazer: Urban Outiftters, bag: Chanel, necklace: Banana Republic (similar here & here), pin: vintage (similar here), belt: vintage, watch: Michael Kors
Hello! While in Manhattan it was one of my dear friend’s baby showers out in NJ. (You can visit her blog here: The Lovely Owl) When I travel during the summer I tend to pack a lot of lightweight dresses so I don’t completely wither away in the heat. This oldie but a goodie had been stashed in my closet for some time so out it came. I jazzed it up with a great statement pair of earrings and an interesting shoe that plays with the lines of the dress. Simple yet interesting. Clean yet fresh. If only I felt that way in the heat….. Cheers!
dress: BCBG, shoes: Rachel Comey, earrings: Elizabeth Cole, bracelet: J.Crew, watch: Michael Kors, bag: Louis Vuitton, shades: Asos
Hello lovelies! So much to share today! One of the highlights of my trip back to the good ol’ US of A was attending a garden party in New Jersey with one of my dearest friends in the whole wide world. This woman is amazing. When we first initially met I was drawn to her. I remember thinking, “Who is this fabulous person and can we be friends. Now.” Even with an ocean between us she has remained a constant in my life and I am so lucky to have found such a kindred spirit in her. She is someone who doesn’t balk when I suggest we wear black to a garden party, that follows my lead and does the Charleston dance while exiting, and then for extra measure jumps in the air! We really should not be allowed out in public together for we are trouble, but trouble of the best kind. She has always been a style inspiration, but the photographs truly speak for themselves.
I am also happy to announce that I am now a true “lady” as my husband surprised me for my 30th with a vintage Chanel. I know, hold the phone, alert the presses, we have a lady in our midst. Well at least by appearance….. Cheers!
on me~ dress: Topshop (in white here or red here), shoes: Betsey Johnson (old, but a similar pair here), belt clasp: vintage, earrings: Anthropologie (similar here), bag: Chanel, hat: Debenhams (similar here), watch: Michael Kors, nails: Essie “as good as gold”, my dear friend~ dress: Milly, shoes: boutique (old), bag: Chanel, bracelet: J.crew, necklaces: vintage (similar here), ring: vintage (similar here), hair band: Rachel Weissman