I'm officially a Poster Girl


Before I jump into how amazing this brand is alongside with the quality of their clothing, I need to express HOW GASSED UP I AM OVER MYSELF.

A few weeks back I had gotten contacted by the lovely ladies behind Poster Girl to come stop by their studio in London for a quick shoot and I was able to check out their newest collection that'll be released during LFW A/W '17. 

I cannot begin to describe how sexy these pieces made me feel, and it was an instant confidence boost. When you hear someone that is consistently divulged in the world of fashion state how clothing has the ability to change your personality, mood, perspective, etc it's a true statement. Poster Girl is definitely one of those brands that forces you to see the best version of yourself once you put them on.

I am one of the biggest homebodies, and upon trying on the first dress, I immediately experienced the need to show everyone how good I felt let alone how good I looked. The chainmail detail added a slinky texture that had me feeling myself to the fullest, and although the clothing looks skin tight, it's actually very flexible and perfect for a night out because of that. 


I could go on all day about how beautiful this brand is, and I didn't even mention the fact that the ladies behind Poster Girl, Frankie and Tash, are just as beautiful as well as genuine down-to-earth women. They made me feel extremely welcome, and there is something about women supporting women that is very uplifting and refreshing.

Do yourself a favour and make sure you keep an eye out for their newest collection, and in the mean time grab something off their website whilst you wait xx




Leather Bound



Okay, now that the apology is out of the way, I was so hyped about wearing this look for the shoot. I purchased this black mesh top from Missguided. It was only £8 so I said "fuck yes, thank you," and grabbed that ho real quick. 

It's super comfortable, very flowy, and perfect for festival season. When I was in LA, I didn't care about standing out because chances were that I looked normal in comparison to the tweaker on train, and no one would care about my appearance. Now that I'm in London, I don't know if it's because there aren't TONS of girls who look like me (unlike Los Angeles) or if it's because I tend to make versatile outfit choices depending on my mood but I started to go back into a safe space with my clothing to repel the odds of someone staring at me grudgingly. Lately, I've forced myself to do my usual and just go for what I'm feeling at the time, not how I'll feel about people's reactions once I leave the house. 

Needless to say pairing a black mesh top with an embroidered bralette was a rather bold move on my end. The bralette is from Primark, and unfortunately I cannot find it online, but I did find quite a few dupes considering embroidery is becoming one of the latest trends. It's a racerback bra, so it can be a little tricky to put on, but not impossible. I really wanted a bralette that wasn't too flashy, but not plain which is what I would've done normally. Also, don't worry about your nipples showing cause the embroidery covers that for you. *pun intended

I added the leather skirt because I like the concept of a skirt, not necessarily wearing it. This asymmetrical skirt is from Aliexpress, and it was somewhere between $7-$10. I got it in a size S, and should've probably gotten it in a size bigger. My legs are longer than I think they are and any sudden movements means my goodies are on parade. Otherwise, I'd probably wear this skirt more often.

To tie in the look, I wore my signature Target black booties that I wear all most every day. They're all types of worn out, but they could be in worse condition.

Anyone who knows me knows how stingy I can be when it comes to spending on shoes. Every time I do buy a pair, they are typically black boots. I'd prefer comfort and versatility over aesthetic any day....for now.

The booties were £30/$37 and in a US 8.5. They are probably one of the most comfortable pairs of booties I have ever owned. I can pair them with any outfit, any occasion, and they only hurt my feet after walking around for at least 6 hours. I'd say they're worth it entirely. Plus I love how they look like they're just lace up, but the zipper detailing isn't just for show, it actually unzips, and I am so very grateful.

On the Fringe

I'm always trying to think out of my usual comfort zone, especially creatively. I can only hope it reflects in my outfit choices as well. 

I chose to pair a typical outfit I'd wear (basic top and dark jeans) with this fringe shawl(?)*

*I mean, I would normally say it's a kimono, but it isn't really a kimono. There's more fringe than fabric honestly. Fuck it, let's say it's a kimono. 

The kimono is super light, very perfect for the summer. Fringe pieces can always get a little hectic when you wear them, so I advise you are cautious with accessorising. I did find myself adjusting it all the time, which is usual for me considering I always end up wearing a bag that gets in the way.

I was gifted the kimono by my sister (thanks sissy) and didn't have the chance to wear it. Luckily the weather in London did a mad switch up (global warming is real, ya'll) and got warm enough for me to use it on this shoot. It's a size XS/S from Urban Outfitters and the brand is Pins & Needles.

I've had this top for a while now from Forever21. It's perfect for basically any occasion considering the light fabric, and neutral colour. The one I bought is a size S, and luckily if you're on the flatter side (chest-wise) there are adjustable straps. *Win*

These basic ripped black skinny jeans are from Pull & Bear. They're a size 4 (US) and are super comfortable. But like most skinny jeans, they aren't made for someone with an ass and end up being tighter around the waist. I'd aim for a size up next time. Otherwise, they're the perfect jean considering you can wear it with basically anything.

I can't find any of these exact items online, but I have found similar ones and around the same price range. 


Kimono // Tank Top // Black Skinny Jeans