Hey! Thanks for clicking my link, I have lots of things coming up over the next few months so I just thought I would catch up with you today and see how you're all doing and share with you some things I've been dealing with. 

Privately, my confidence had hit a little low point recently, though I thought I was hiding and managing it pretty well. So, I was a little blind sighted recently when the C-word came up in a conversation and it made me feel so uncomfortable. I was confronted, yet again with "not being confident", yes, feel that eye roll as you read that sentence. The idea that someone saw me asking a question as me lacking confidence kinda p*ssed me off. 

Can anyone relate? Does it annoy you a little when someone accuses you of lacking confidence and when they do they say it as if it's a criminal offence and really unattractive? NEWS FLASH, the C-word shouldn't make us feel that way,  you shouldn't feel the need to be confident 24/7, 365 days a year. Yeah, I've spoken previously about building confidence and how it can really help you develop in areas of your life etc which, also is so true, but can we please stop bashing people for having an off moment, or day and celebrate the fact that they have the confidence to ask you 'what's up'

So, if you feel the way I felt then here are some little tips and tricks to get on top of your game this week.. 


1. Find the root cause/problem sometimes that's the hardest part because if admitting something is up, is foreign to you, you may be in slight denial of what it is that needs some attention. 

2. Identify triggers - Why? So that if you're genuinely not in the mood for it you can actually avoid it. On the flip side knowing your trigger can sometimes allow you to overcome it. 

3. Do something good for yourself. Whatever that may be, going for a run, having a large glass of vino, going for a walk or putting on your fav outfit 


So, a question I have for you all, what does confidence look like to you?


Good to catch up, 



Love H x 




        
Welcome back to another style post, this is part of a style series I decided to put together whilst we were in lockdown as inspiration for an outfit I could or should be wearing to an occasion or destination I'm not able to get too, during COVID. It's also a way of enjoying one of my most favourite past times. 

So, this week I'm bringing you a look that deserves more appreciation than any other outfit I've put together so far. Inspired by the likes of Lydia Millen and Lydia Tomlinson, two of my favourite L's in the industry, this outfit is the perfect blend of sophisticated and sexy, whilst maintaining that timeless chic aspect. 

Starting off with my gorgeous twill cream trousers from H&M, these were an absolute steal at just £20.00, if you follow me on my other socials then you might have seen these featured very recently. A tailored trouser keeps a look, looking smart and so to continue on that vibe I've paired them with this beautiful cream and black polka dot blouse. The pop of print just really gives this look a little something extra! Kindly gifted to me by a brand, new on the scene called Love Front Row.



Then, to accentuate my legs and match the cream theme, I've gone for my cream coated heeled mules, from New Look. I really love matching my shoes to my outfit, it's my favourite part of putting a look together.

If you would like to add a little layer to this look, pop on a blazer of your choice, I'd have gone for my No1 blazer of the summer, my beautiful linen oatmeal coloured blazer, kindly gifted to me by Miss Selfridge. 

I can never say no to a little Noir, to break but also join the blouse and trousers up, i've popped on a plain black and gold buckled belt, contrasting perfectly with my statement YSL bag which i've managed to make look more casual by tucking it under my arm. 

To accessorise accordingly, i've completed the look with hint's of gold running from my hands, to my neck, as you can see, my gorgeous new bee necklaces from the new Luxe line at LilyRose London and my beautiful 18 ct gold mini hoop earrings from Monica Vinader.  Essential all year long, my cat eye sunnies were purchased a couple of summers ago from Siea Collective. 


I envision wearing this to some drinks in the city or maybe lunch with the girls! Let me know if or how you would style this any differently and for what occasion.


Have a great weekend! Love H x  

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