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– T-shirt: no idea…

– Skirt: Jovonnista for ASOS

– Boots: Camden Market (£40)

– Leather jackeet: ASOS

– cuffs: ASOS

Urgh. Been ages again, another failed attempt to be strict with the blog I guess. To be honest, I’ve quite worked myself up about this but the new job is really tiring and I’ve been busy being lazy after long work ing days and redecorating the flat (eek! You know you’re ageing when the idea of new cushions sends you to cloud 9). Don’t yawn just yet, it could have been more boring.

Back to business. The NY and London Fashion Weeks are over now and I wanted to do a little round-up of all the looks I loved and all the inspiration it gave me. But Milan and Paris are still yet to start/finish and I’m really excited to see what my hometown (Paris then) is going to deliver this year! So bear with me on that one, it will be my 1st attempt at collage/photos curation, another big step (!) I’m making in the Fashion Blogging industry. You’ve been prepared! (Btw, I’ve just started using Pinterest again, the link’s on the right)

Anyway. The new punk trend we’re seeing this autumn (it’s official now, I want to cry) has given me inspiration for this look. This really old t-shirt has been hanging in my draw for a while now, I think it belonged to one of my ex (even if the boy refuses to admit to himself that I had a life before him – I mean I’m a catch, right?) , well we all steal stuff from the boys (I do). I found this fairy-like lacy skirt on ASOS last year (but it’s from a brand called Jovonnista) and to tone it down a little and to avoid that girly-gooey effect, I thought it’d look wicked with a biker jacket, some leather boots and this t-shirt with Keith Richards looking badass – as usual. Now get this sort of car park with empty Walkers bags and empty Lucozade bottles as a shoot location and you’re ready to rock that bad motherf*cker style attitude!

Have a lovely week people!


Frankie x

By Freddie

Paris-born, London-based All smiles sass bag, personal stylist, confidence consultant & Top UK fashion blogger. I help women claim their confidence and power back through workshops and videos. Frankie's not my name.

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