As you can see, I have built up a strong relationship with Dorothy Perkins which I am over the moon about because this is exactly where I want to be three years into this blogging business. I always speak honestly about what I do for a living and it’s only over the last few months that I have confidence in where this all going. Working with brands on a one off suits me, but I am also on the hunt to gain work with companies who are very “me” and are super efficient and innovative. Not only are Dorothy Perkins a dream to work with, they let me get creative as I like with their pieces and understand/respect the the whole collaboration process from my side. Their clothing proves to be a lot more popular each season. Proof of this is in their Style Heroes campaign, which I also took part in last summer.
Sarah was in Ireland for a few weeks, so I shot with Rebecca Spencer around Oxford Circus. Went to the incredible The House of Rush for a blow dry first. The interior is insane! Look at this entrance…
This time I chose a workwear look. Office gear can often be bland in stores, so I wanted to show you how you can maybe (KEY WORD: MAYBE. I HATE THE IDEA OF TELLING SOMEBODY WHAT TO WEAR) make it different, but still look professional.
The light was beautiful by Green Park station that morning, so obviously I was late for my hair appointment trying to wait for a London cab to drive by!
Was also at their AW 16 Dinner Party at The Harcourt on Wednesday night. I never get to go to stuff like this so it was lovely to meet the Marketing team in person and some other London bloggers too!