I’ve had the Painted Rose Gown in Pink Sand in my wardrobe just waiting for the right occasion, and finally I’ve got a wedding invite fancy enough to warrant such frills. I’ll be wearing it with barely-there nude strapped sandals and a navy tassel tote.

My balcony. Is that really lame? My boyfriend and I live right on the river in Greenwich (we’re renting, fear not - you work in fashion for love, not money) and there’s no better way to start a weekend than with pancakes - or a hungover fry up - in my pyjamas, watching the boats sail by.

Dragonfly Garden Maxi Dress in Ballet Black

Dragonfly Gardan Maxi Dress



Ellie Top in Ivory

Ellie Top



Garland Flora Gown in Ivory

Garland Flora Gown



I don’t know that I have any... Maybe that I always buy things a size (or two) too big? Anyone who knows me knows I love a loose silhouette. I truly don’t care what a label says and I think roomier pieces have a certain chic effortlessness that perfectly fitted ones lack. I also always experiment with accessories. Going rogue with a dress or trouser can feel intimidating, but trying out an 'ugly' shoe or toting an unexpected bag can really change the whole tone of an outfit.

Eastenders. As always. I’m also watching Big Little Lies season two but finding it quite slow-going - lots of flashbacks and not much storyline. Eastenders, however, well that drama never stops.

I’ve never found one person whose style I’m loyally into, but there are several who have different elements that I like to keep up with and draw inspo from. I love Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for her loose tailoring, Monikh Dale for accessories (she has the best taste in bags/shoes/jewellery) and Pernille Teisbaek for more directional, trend-led pieces. Emili Sindlev and Hanna Stefansson are my go-to girls for bright and playful outfit inspo, while Lindsey Holland and Brittany Bathgate always introduce me to must-have every-day staples.