“It’s been just over a month already and I’m ridiculously excited about what the next few months hold!”
One of the most rewarding things that has happened during my professional fashion journey has definitely got to be creating my own online fashion magazine.
go to site Merely viewing my endless towering piles of fashion magazines, slight addiction to Instagram and vast streams of fashion content in my internet history, would be enough to see why. And so, several moodboards, a dash of web development and a cup of imagination later birthed Street Chic Magazine!
This month so far has seen a designer profile on the talented Birmingham garment curator Prozac over the counter australia Jada Lynton. With a SS16 clothing collection and a pop-up shop at London’s Fashion Week last year to her name, she’s clearly driven and ambitious – no doubt thanks to her inspiring keen eye for minimalist chic and structured tailoring.
We’ve also had our very first contributor article, by fashion blogger and third year journalism student, Olivia Stocks, discussing one of the season’s most delightful trends – source url Geek Chic! As first imagined by Gucci, the high street has embraced it generously. We’ve put together a summary of all you need to know about this trend and an interpretation of this retro style, from chiffon pleats and feminine bows. Grandma would approve!
The coming of the spring season not only means a very warm welcome to the sunny days ahead, considering the dark and soggy ambiance December and January brought us. But also the arrival of a well-deserved spring clean to your wardrobe, and with our very first spring lookbook for your style inspiration, what better way to shake away your winter blue and revive your colourful and vibrant apparel repertoire?
I hope you’ve liked the content we’ve produced so far, there will be lots more coming your way in the months ahead, for now check out our wish list and…Enjoy! x
Luxe, fashionable, must-haves…here are our pick of this month’s gorgeous wanted staple items!
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Wishlist image credits: Miss Selfridge, House of Fraser, New Look, Primark, Oliver Bonas, White Stuff, Office, Pretty Little Thing. Feature Image credit: Jacob Valdez