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Learning to Accessorise

I'm the first to admit it, I'm not big on accessories. I don't usually like to overdo my look and prefer to keep it simple. So can a minimalist wear them?

I think so. As long as they aren't so, well, chunky? Not for now anyway. I need to start off small.

Simple styles, like this handcrafted and beaded headband by Cathleen Jia, which I've chosen to wear today as a belt, are ideal. 








Are you big on accessories? What are your favourites?

Today was a lovely day spent out with my family. What I wore was just perfect for an afternoon relaxing over lunch and drinks at a pub. Tomorrow evening I'll be attending the LMFF Paris Runway 7, presented by Frankie Magazine, and I'm so excited! Can't wait to tell you all about it.

Oh, yeah! I almost forgot, I had my hair cut a bit shorter this morning during my visit to Rokk Ebony. What do you think about my new do?

Yours in style,

Suzi x


T-shirt: Philippa.K
Jeans: Arabella Ramsay
Heels: Bally
Belt/Headband: Cathleen Jia

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