"A girl should be two things; Classy and Fabulous" - Coco Chanel

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

The Secret Garden

As the lesser spotted sun made a rare sojourn from the clouds, my sister and I decided to stroll down to the King's Road to do a touch of shopping and grab some lunch whilst enjoying a glass on vino in the sunshine. Along the way we stumbled across what I like to call Chelsea's Secret flower Garden. This hidden gem portrays what appears like a spiritual garden, with the most beautiful flowers smothering the ground and the walls. We both had to get a photograph as we thought the backdrop was just far too cute!

What I Wore: Blazer, Skirt, Shirt, Belt and matching Headband - Zara, Sunglasses - H&M, Handbag - Chanel

Get the Look: All pieces are still in store (Zara) I would recommend the Knightsbridge store for the best pieces this season

What Lucy Wore: Puffa Jacket - Primark, T-Shirt - River Island, Jeans - Zara, Shoes - Leather All Star Converse, Handbag - Hermes, Sunglasses - Miu Miu

The Knightsbridge Zara has newly been renovated and they have definitely raised their standards stocking the best of this seasons collections. With a sharper edge and more delicate interior this store definately exceeds the expectations of any other Zara I have shopped in.

Bea {x}

Monday, 17 June 2013


ADORED by the likes of supermodels Cara Delevingne and Candice Swanepoel, pop stars Rihanna and Ciara and actresses Miley Cyrus and Ashley Benson; Brian Lichtenberg has a vast A-lister fan base for his urban collection of gimmicky apparel. The LA based designer has created slogans based on huge designer names such as Hermes (Homies), Balmain (Ballin) and Celine (Feline). Lichtenberg's play on words has spread globally with his witty fashion tees and sweatshirts along with baseball caps and beanies being snapped up worldwide. Big-name UK retailers such as Harvey Nichols now stock his edgy apparel as well as online retailers such as Net-A-Porter and online fashion boutiques such as Browns.

Brian Lichtenberg - courtesy of ELLE

After discovering Lichtenberg's work I have found myself with a rather abominably long wish-list, one which stretches beyond my bank account. Whilst his pieces are made in LA, they are of course more expensive over here in the UK...exporting cost and all that Jazz, however they range from £34 for one of his knitted beanies to £100 for a sweater. Unless you want one of everything, then you are in trouble! ££££

Rihanna, Cara Delevingne, Ciara and Candice Swanepoel all wearing Brian Lichtenberg

Cara Delevingne wearing red Bucci tank

Sunday, 9 June 2013

Say Thank You To Your Father This Fathers Day

For those that do not already know Father's Day is on June16th and is fast approaching. My father is my best friend, yet I have to admit I am awful when it comes to this day as I always forget when it is and end up finding a last minute fix, which is never that great. This year I want to say thank you to my father for being the amazing person he is and for always standing by me. I thought I would share some great gift ideas for Father's day as in tribute.

Starbucks Coffee Machine - £149

Canali Printed Silk Pocket Square - £55

Marc by Marc Jacobs Textured-Leather IPAD Sleeve - £105

Introductory Flying Lesson - £129

Callaway Golf Balls - £10.99

Jean Paul Gaultier "Le Male" - £44

Kiehls mens grooming - Start at £8 (for all 4 £72)
You could also treat you father to lunch/dinner or alternatively, if you aren't looking to spend money you could spend some time doing something he wants to do (for example go to a museum or plan a day of activities he enjoys) or if you're arty and creative, you could hand-craft something meaningful such as a decorated poem or drawing. 

Bea {x}