Jumpsuit: ASOS | Converse: ASOS

Like pretty much every other person on the planet, denim is a staple in my wardrobe, something I wear pretty much erry-single-day in some way, shape or form. I tend to be a bit of a basic bitch with my denim choices - jeans, jackets, dresses etc... until now that is... welcome to my wardrobe denim dungarees! Well, it's more of a jumpsuit but I love me some alliteration, so we'll refer to them as dungaz for the purpose of this blog post - mmmkay?! I'm also bang into frayed denim at the mo', I just can't get enough of those raggedy-ass-edges. So, basically what I'm trying to say is they couldn't be more up my street if they tried. Denim dungaz ILYSM <3

Lorra love,
Carms x


Dress: ASOS | Boots: Topshop (similar here) | Bag: Vintage

Chartreuse has to be one of my all-time fave colours and one you don't see very often, so as soon as my little eyes spied this drop dead gorgeous suede number, I had to make it mine! It fits like a glove, is surprisingly comfy and needs minimal styling - an all-round winner! It looks perf styled up with my Topshop snakeskin (faux, obvs) boots, vintage LV backpack and a red lip. It also comes in an equally as gorgeous Terracotta colour, which I'm so going to make mine! 

Anyway... just a quick one as I'm still hanging from the #VansxEK party Abs and I went to last night, to celebrate the new Eley Kishimoto x Vans collab, which launch on ASOS v.soon! I got the sickest pair of EK Vans, which I'll be styling up on here very soon - so keep your eyes peeled for that.

Lorra love,
Carms x



Dress: Motel Rocks via ASOS | Jacket: Topshop | Boots: Dr Martens | Hat: Vintage

Top: Rat & Boa | Jeans: ASOS | Belt: Warehouse | Headpiece: Tallulah Minxy

Dress: Beyond Retro | Boots: Dr Martens | Floral Garland: Topshop Concession

Well hello there!

I'm back from Glastonbury, still in one piece (just about), having had one of the best weekends of my entire life - that sounds massively over-exaggerated but believe me it's totes true! I thought that I would come back down to reality with a huge bang but over a week has passed since I returned and I think my 'Glasto bubble' is still very much intact :) 

As promised in my previous post - here's a quick run down of what I wore whilst living it up on Worthy Farm. I totally over-packed, as I always do, even though I had a vague idea of what I was going to wear each day. I'm a fashion obsessed girl after all - that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it! I wore #mydreamvintagedress on the last day, which the gorge gals at Beyond Retro hooked me up with especially for my trip to Glasto - amazing or whut?! I also managed to rock an array of suede, lace-up, fringing, tie-dye and glitter galore - standard festival attire ey! We had amazing weather for majority of the festival, so most of my clothing was minimal - I've come back to London suitably bronzed, with a few god awful tan lines unfortunately :( 

I cannot recommend it enough! It is, hands down, the best festival in the world! Like I said, you live in a bubble of happiness for 5 days, everyone's on the same vibe and you get to see some of the greatest musicians of all time (shout out to Kanye - f**k the haters bbz). 

Until next year Glasto <3

Lorra love, 
Carms x

Beyond Retro are running an amazing comp throughout July, where you can win a £250 shopping spree in one of their London stores (hellooo dream vintage dresses AND shoes AND accessories), plus an overnight stay at The Hoxton London - errr how freaking amazing is that! Head over to to enter! Can we go halfies if you win? ;)