Shirt: ASOS / Bralet: Missguided / Trousers: Zara (similar here) / Shoes: IKrush* / Bag: French Connection* / Sunglasses: Bailey Nelson* / Necklace & Bangle: Astrid & Miyu* / Rings: Links of London, Oliver Bonas
Despite having tripped over several times in these trousers, I still love them. I bought them on a whim earlier this year and was unsure whether or not I’d actually have the confidence to wear them but in fact I’ve hardly taken them off. Comfortable, in a beautiful silky fabric and with a flattering rope-tie waist, they’re perfect for the warmer weather if you want to stay cool without showing too much skin. And having recently discovered that the length is slightly more suitable with heels, I’ll definitely be wearing them more often!
Now I just want to bring your attention to an article that was published in The Sunday Times Style magazine today. It features my friend Aimee (see her blog here) and some very frank and honest chat about what it’s like to run a full-time monestised blog. I won’t say too much but it touches on the struggles and the stigma surrounding the rise of the ‘digital web influencer’. Even if you’re not particularly interested in how bloggers make money or how this whole online-social-media-job thing works, it makes for a very interesting read and I’d highly recommend that you buy the paper just to have a little nosey. And for those of you that are all-too-interested, it does actually provide some figures and state what some of the world’s top fashion bloggers charge for promotional posting – which is pretty insightful to say the least. I think it’s an important article that will hopefully educate a lot of people so if you get the chance to have a read, please do let me know what you think.
Love, Beth xo.
Disclaimer: all items marked with an asterisk have been gifted to me for promotional purposes.