The Alternative Lolita: How we’re getting over Hollywood’s obsession with little girls’ thighs

What are the aesthetic trappings of a Lolita? Can she be any pubescent female in a film, or does she have a particular personality?

The Benefits of Being Thrifty

I’ve always been a bargain hunter. Growing up, my life was filled with early Sunday mornings spent down our local car boot sale.

On Losing Weight Without Losing Your Mind

Last year was an exciting time– I had just moved to a new city, got my first proper job, started dancing, and had met someone I really liked. I felt productive and as happy as can be– except one thing; my weight.

Haul-e-lujah! #04 | An assortment of knick-knacks I definitely definitely (don’t) need

Now, now. I definitely have a use for everything here, I promise (kind of).

The Six-Month-Hiatus Digest | New Job, New City, New Lifestyle

It’s still 2018, and after a little gap, it’s time for an update on what I’ve been up to. It’s the Six-Month-Hiatus Digest!

Haul-e-lujah! #03 | This punchy orange turtleneck jumper dress and these Cruella Devillesque ankle boots got me bad

I learnt a trick recently on how to return home with a good haul under your arm. We’ve all been there– buying something we couldn’t wear now, but could wear one day.

Weekly Digest | Whisky tumblers, ramen, and a titillating new magazine

It’s 2018, and I’ve spent the last couple of days catching up on my post, Mad Men and catching up with old friends. It’s time for the Weekly Digest #4.

Outfit #04 | Chanelling Marla Singer with this fabulous fluffy coat

Alright alright, I’ll admit it! My Colorplan bag isn’t strictly charity-bought, but I can tell you– it was free!

Weekly Digest | Cannibalism, Lolitas, and too much Prosecco

It’s been quite a crazy week, dear reader. I’ve finished a new video, discovered a new instrument, been up to London and have become obsessed with watching every Lolita-leaning film and book in existence.

Haul-e-lujah! #02 | A vintage kilo sale is a great opportunity to snap up rare items on the cheap

This weekend I went to my first ever Vintage Kilo Sale. Kilo sales are pretty self explanatory– fill up your bag with lots of stuff, then get it weighed at the end.

[Guest Feature] Outfit #03 | Georgina shares her favourite outfit and what got her into thrifting

This week’s Guest Feature is from freelance sign painter (nope, not like road signs!) and avid charity shopper Georgina Tozer.

10 female film characters and their badass thrift-like style

I don’t know about you, but for me– inspiration comes from what I watch, rather than what I see on my day-to-day route. I get excited when I see awesome females rocking pretty unconventional, other times conventional things.

Weekly Digest | Peter Greenaway, folk music, and secret designy stuff

It’s that time of the week again! I’ve been a busy bee, and this week’s Weekly Digest #2 has helped me to experience it all over again.

Outfit #02 | A bountiful assortment of all things autumn, and all things fabulous

A gorgeous morning calls for a gorgeous autumn outfit. I found these boots in a Scope charity shop over a year ago.

Haul-e-lujah! #01 | A pit stop in Plymouth has massive gains when you use some imagination

The best charity shops (in my experience) are the ones in the not-so-hip areas. I’m talkin’ villages, small towns, and the outskirts of big cities.

It’s 2018 and time for some changes

We all have them– in our heads, written down, or posted online. Below is a list of things I’d like to do in 2018.

Outfit #01 | One oversized jumper/waistcoat and plenty of stripes

Darling devotchkas and droogs, it’s time for my first Outfit article! And what better day to wear it, than to meet my friend Phil for a work date and a bite to eat in Bristol.

Weekly Digest | serial killers, a new graphic novel, and what it means to be happy

Cor blimey! I finished my two week internship, got into a new series, and attended the best event I’ve been to this year.