Edita wears | Closet London Frills

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage

Edita in Closet London, Marks and Spencer, HM and Vintage


Dress: c/o Closet London, Shoes: Marks and Spencer, Brooch: Vintage
Images: Ahmed Fayed
I was thrilled to try out this frilly Closet London number. The dress is from the brand’s Carnival Cruise collection, and I would totally cruise all the way to any carnival wearing it.

The dress would look even better as a shirt paired with denim jeans and loafers or slippers. Who knows? It might appear on the blog again totally transformed, upcycled and still totally frilly. Now where are my scissors? ✂️

Edita wears | Precious Moments

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 1

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 3

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 5

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 2

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 4

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 8

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 11

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 9

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 6

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 7

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 10

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 12

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 15

Edita in Sinequanone, Lindex, Daniel Wellington, Hunter 14

I have been offline for a while. Did I fall into blogger oblivion? Have I had an epiphany to completely delete all and start over? Was I just extremely busy, with what other bloggers like to call “life stuff”? In my case it’s all of the above.

I have recently made the biggest purchase of my life – a place to call my own in London. It was a hard, thorn-clad journey but I have managed to reach the petals.

Huge changes in your life make you reflect on the steps you had taken to get to where you wanted. To be honest, this reflection stage is synonymous with sulking and self-pity, but it is so important to get the emotions out to be able to let the sadness and hardship go. Even sadder, a lot of the hardship comes from people, often the ones you love, often the ones you must continue to love despite your complete disappointment.

I am so happy that in these photos I am not fashion, I am not beauty, nor am I style. It’s an honest-to-the-bone shoot of how I dress these days while celebrating puppyhood. At the moment, all of my treasured heels are on hold – tucked away far from where this bundle of energy can’t reach them to chew them up.

Meet Zeus. He is a golden cocker spaniel, who is mischievous, funny and all round cray-cray! While he is still a puppy, it is hard to keep up with all of my daily tasks, as he demands attention 24/7. Suddenly everything started taking up twice the amount of time (or more). Thankfully, Daniel Wellington came to the rescue with the latest addition to the DW family – The Petite Melrose watch. It has helped me to manage my time better as well as get more “life stuff” done on a daily basis – hence this blog post has surfaced after what seems like forever. It also helps that this beauty is rose gold and completely stunning to look at. It’s one of those watches that makes you pretend that you’re looking at the time, but really you are just looking at how beautiful the watch is. Guilty as charged.

I can’t wait to get back to blogging but for now, give me five more minutes to truly enjoy puppyhood. I’ll be back in a blink.

Edita wears | Suited Up

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 5

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 7

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 6

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 11

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 12

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 9

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 4

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 2

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 8

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 10

Edita in Hush, Alice by Temperley, Boohoo and BCBG 1

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Blazer: Hush, Trousers: Alice by Temperley, Harness: Boohoo, Heels: BCBG
Images by Ahmed Fayed
Wearing a trouser suit is really liberating. I don’t know why we don’t do it more often. Dresses can be enormously annoying: Too tight, too loose, too much, too little, and of course some are just too damn complicated to put on and take off. A blazer and trouser suit however is something else. Here are 5 things I have noticed noticed about myself when I wear a suit:

  • The complements are suddenly “I love the look” rather than “I love your dress”, which is a bonus in my opinion. The hair, the lipstick, the accessories are all part of the end product and singling out the dress has always made me feel devalued. I see the look-loving complement is one that is directed at me, but the dress-loving one, not so much. I even feel awkward saying “thank you”, as I can’t claim credit for the dress. What should I respond? I’ll pass your comments to Cavalli?
  • Confidence overflow. It’s like knowing how Bond feels when he’s at the bar. I honestly think that the LBD was invented only because the CS (classic-suit, pay attention) was not an appropriate option for a lady. However now that androgyny is finally okay with the jury, I say the CS is just the LBD that couldn’t happen because of how slow we were as the human race. I mean Marlene Dietrich wore a tuxedo/suit and people still can’t get over the shock factor and cult status of a woman wearing nothing more than classic attire. Apparently we weren’t ready, which underlines my point – we were pretty slow.
  • Ultimate comfort physically and mentally. Physically because I can move around as if I am in my gym gear, and mentally because I know there isn’t a complex putting on and taking off process before or after my soirée.
  • Minimalism has never looked so damn good. No shirt? No problem. No bra? No problem. No pants? Also most often not a problem.
  • Selective audience. If I wear a suit, I can guarantee you that no one who can’t hold an interesting conversation is going to approach me. It’s one of my favourite perks of wearing a classic black suit. That segment of the population will be busy chasing leopard-print polyester skirts, giving you peace, harmony and opportunities to meet new like-minded folks. After all, you are what you wear.

Edita wears | Ladylike

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 5

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 7

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 2

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 3

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 10

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 1

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 4

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 11

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 9

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 6

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 8

Edita in Louche JOY, Prada, Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Primark 12

Coat: c/o Louche from Joy, Boots: Prada, Scarf: Valentino, Bag: Louis Vuitton, Fedora: Primark
Images by Ahmed Fayed
I’ve been wearing very tomboyish outfits to work lately and I felt I needed an extremely ladylike look to balance it all out.

So this is it. Don’t you just want to go out for high tea with me?

This grey coat from Joy Clothing is the perfect capsule wardrobe staple. It’s like clay – you can shape it any way you like. I chose to look like Poirot’s unsung hero lady sidekick, but I could have just worn sneakers with jeans and this coat still would have worked perfectly.

How to Add a Quick Ladylike👸 Touch to Your Look:

  • Floral silk scarf. All woman, zero effort.
  • Soft curls. If you have long, heavy hair like I do, it’s a time consuming step. However, not much comes close to walking around while your hair bounces as if it’s the main character in a glossy advert.
  • A hard leather medium-sized bag. All the cult ladylike bags are rather compact – Chanel 2.55, Lady Dior, Le Boy or in my case the Louis Vuitton Eclipse. I don’t know what is it about this particular bag that makes me feel so feminine. Perhaps it is its uncompromising size and shape? If it doesn’t fit it, it doesn’t come with. Girls don’t carry what boys can carry for them. Or something like that.
  • A romantic hat or fedora. Bonus points if the summery version has flowers on it.
  • Focus on the waist. Anything that defines that hourglass shape instantly feminises the look.

Edita wears | Popcorn

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 5

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 7

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 6

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 8

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 10

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 1

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 13

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 4

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 11

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 3

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 2

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 9

Edita in George, Zara, Karen Millen, Glasses Shop, HM 12

Skirt: Karen Millen, Jumper: George, Boots: H&M, Coat: Zara, Glasses: c/o GlassesShop.com
Images by Ahmed Fayed
The first look of 2017 simply had to POP. I chose huge glasses online from Glasses Shop with a red motif along with a Karen Millen wool skirt that I have been wearing for years. I needed an eye-catching jumper to bring the two reds closer together. What can pop more than a huge, in-your-face popcorn cartoon appliqué? I can almost hear the popping sound, and smell the buttery, salty goodness. 🍿

But what foods can be fashion statements and which ones probably would never make it on to any list other than a menu? Let’s explore.

Tasty and Trendy 🍰:

  • Bananas. Absolutely true. Who can forget the Prada earrings we all wanted (ahem, still want) the moment they appeared on the catwalk?
  • Strawberry cheesecake. Or any cheesecake. If anyone ever says they aren’t that keen on wearing a jumper with a cheesecake on it, they are telling a malicious lie.
  • French Fries. Hello Moschino bags and phone cases!
  • Lemons, oranges and limes. Hello freshness, hello zest, hello summer.
  • Chocolate spread. A top or jumper with a big, juicy jar of Nutella? That almost makes January a bearable month.

Tasty But You Won’t Want To Wear It 🍜:

  • Crisps. So good for munching, not that appealing when you imagine them on a tee.
  • Haggis. Some love it, some hate it. No one wants a T-shirt.
  • Ginger. Chop it up and pop it into a stew or curry and we’re friends. It just doesn’t have that fashion je ne sais quoi when you picture it on an item of clothing.
  • Lasagne. It’s SO good. As a print on a hoodie? SO bad.
  • Soup. I just consulted my crystal ball. I can assure you, soup won’t be breaking into fashion any time soon.

Do you agree? Let me know what food prints or accessories you’ve worn.

If you are keen on a pair of massive glasses yourself, feel free to use the code GSHOT50 to get 50% off on eyeglasses and sunglasses with free lenses (sale frames excluded).