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Jumpsuit: c/o Very, Coat: c/o Miss Guided, Shoes: c/o Hobbs, Bag: Dune, Sunglasses: Vintage Bracelets: J Crew, c/o Annie Haak



I have recently been loving the full on neutral look and so I wanted to show you how easy it is to style monochrome camel hues in an outfit. The leopard print jumpsuit is a simple way to add a touch of print to the look if you feel going head to toe in one shade is just too much for you. Jumpsuits are always a great piece to wear during summer and this jumpsuit is currently now on sale for £23...so grab a bargain while stock lasts! To keep my look sleek and wearable for the current up and down windy London weather, this sleeveless coat is the perfect addition!

Moving onto this gorgeous satchel bag... words can't describe how much I love it! I'm a big fan of large bags and this baby has soooo much room inside too!

Enjoy your week!

Marsha C xoxo

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Jacket: c/o White Stuff, Tunic: c/o White Stuff, Jeans: Frame x Karlie Kloss, Sunglasses: c/o Kite Shoes: Topshop, Bag: Asos, Necklace: c/o Topshop,  Ear Cuff: c/o Topshop


Summer is on it's way and what better way to step into the sunshine than with this awesome palm print tunic. I was recently asked by White Stuff to style some pieces from their collection in an on trend way, yet true to my style. The print of this tunic immediately drew me in as it's fun and very easy to style whether that be on it's own on the beach with a pair of gladiators, or with my fave white flares creating a fun 70's ensemble. Lastly adding a denim jacket and leaf ear cuff takes my look from safe to edgy in one swoop!

If you have never shopped at White Stuff before then I would suggest going one size down, especially if you prefer a more streamlined fit.

What do you think?

Marsha C xoxo

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Dress: c/o Marks & Spencers, Coat: LK Bennett, Hat: H&M, Shoes: c/o Marks & Spencer, Bag: LK Bennett, Sunglasses: Vintage


Today's post is styled around this amazing white dress from Marks & Spencer. The brand has recently launched an ultimate dress guide for all summer occasions and body shapes and I have partnered up with them to show you how I dress for my tall frame.

I have to say I was wowed by the variety of dresses available for tall and especially the longer lengths too, from lace to maxi's to florals, every summer trend is literally taken care off! I'm loving this floral number, perfect piece to style with gladiator boots.

I chose to style this cute white dress as not only did it come up longer in the length and ensured that I exposed just the right amount of leg, I instantly fell in love with the cut out detail on the back. Finally a white dress that's not so boring and with Wimbledon approaching this beauty is definitely tennis worthy! The A line style complimented my figure as I have more of a pear shape and so the flared skirt just skims over my hips. The addition of a shorter length coat also helps to break up my frame. For footwear I went with these gorgeous perspex heeled shoes which are super comfortable, I really can't wait for the sun to grace us so I can have my toes out in these beauties more often. As with all M&S shoes these are made with insolia soles which basically have extra soft padding to support your feet by redistributing your weight away from the balls of your feet! Comfort and stylish.... what's not to love!

As you know I love my colour and so my outfit wouldn't be complete without a touch of print from this floral LK Bennett coat and yellow cross body

What do you think?

Marsha C xoxo

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