Joe Browns Christmas Campaign

Blogging really has opened so many exciting doors for me, since I started (then scarlettlondon.blog.com) back in 2011. I’ve sat FROW at London Fashion Week (an amazing experience – and a people watching haven), interviewed the cast of Made in Chelsea live on air (again, amazing but daunting) and travelled all over the world. However, one thing I hadn’t really dabbled in before was working with brands on a campaign or a photo shoot. I’d always been quite nervous (and self conscious) about myself, so it was something I’d been offered but turned down. Losing weight has definitely helped improve…
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Jimmi Jamms

As sad as this probably may sound, pyjamas are one of my favourite things in the world. Whatever day you’ve had, whatever in the world has happened and whoever has annoyed you, changing swiftly out of your ‘regular’ clothes and into a pair of pj’s always has the ability to make things the tiniest bit better, if not a whole lot better. They’re a kind of comfort blanket that I turn to when in need – and they never let me down. So, with such an important role to play in my life – I take pj hunting rather seriously. My…
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Hamsa Hands

The hamsa print has to be one of my all-time favourite things to wear. As well as looking pretty, the meaning of the symbol itself really stands out as it was first introduced to me during a trip visiting my grandparents in Cyprus, after being gifted a piece of jewellery I still treasure to this day. Used across a number of different faiths, the symbol was designed to ward off the evil eye, one of the oldest manifestations of human fear however in more recent years, it became the symbol of peace in the war-torn Middle East. Today, it’s incorporated into jewellery,…
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An evening in Greece…

What I loved about Greece (well, we were actually staying in Crete) was that although the day was hot and sunny enough to be classed as optimum tanning weather, the evenings were much cooler and didn’t feel sticky or muggy. This meant that when it came to after dinner cocktails, we could wear whatever we fancied – rather than feeling like our make-up was melting off. I packed this denim skirt and off the shoulder duo not really expecting to get much wear out of them, however they ended up being a firm favourite! Both items are from Topshop and were so…
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Lady in Red

I actually bought this dress for my dad’s 50th birthday party – however loved it so much, I thought I’d take it along on holiday with me! Don’t ask me why but I usually rule Topshop out when it comes to high street shopping but I’ve managed to find some really lovely bits recently so if you’re in the market for some new clothes, I’d give them a try! This dress follows a ‘body con’ style shape but is actually very secretly flattering (I never normally get on with body cons) as the lace helps smooth everything over and creates a…
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