If your social media feeds are heavy on the cottagecore aesthetic, you won’t get through the month of May without seeing at least a dozen photos and videos featuring these otherwordly patches of blue scattered across the forest floor. However, shooting or filming in bluebell woods requires a lot of care and attention, and here’s why.
Tag: maxi dress
A wander through the Enchanted Castle
I fell deeply in love with the ruined orangery at Gibside. The tall brick arches with the overgrown garden within was like something out of The Enchanted Castle – my favourite Edith Nesbit novel.
Two blue dresses in a field of daffodils
This post is all about celebrating the joys of a good outfit – or outfits! – and exploring an unexpected riot of daffodils on a spring evening. Snatching Simple Joys from the belly of a bustling life.
Winter wonderland up in the moors
When you grow up in the tropics, snow is the most impossibly magical thing. As a child I used to pretend that the clattering chunks of early summer hail were soft, whispering snowflakes instead.
I’ve been wanting to capture the heather in bloom for years now, but magical as it is, it’s also ephemeral, fleeting. This year we finally caught it at its peak.
I’ve had a bit of an ongoing love affair with tiered dresses since last summer, so the Daze dress was an instant favourite the moment I lay my eyes on it.
This Ace & Jig dress is the first thing I’ve been able to style, shoot and blog since Lila’s birth in July. I think you’ll agree that it’s an absolutely stunning piece to get back to blogging with!
A Spring Dress In Jesmond Dene
Last Saturday was the perfect summer day (in April!) Owen and I took the afternoon off to wander along Jesmond Dene.
A Vineyard Engagement
Owen and I got engaged a long long time ago but on his recent visit to India (which is also his final trip here for the foreseeable future!) we decided to have this vineyard engagement session to mark all the wonderful times we’ve spent together in India.
Even though Bangalore doesn’t really have an autumn, it’s hard not to be inspired by all the cosy sweater weather looks of the season.
My love of fashion began with vintage, a long time ago. It was always the small things, the tiny details.