Plaid Capes

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Burberry’s plaid cape is all the rage at the moment. It’s kind of strange how celebrities like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley have personalized their capes with initials…it reminds me of L.L. Bean paraphernalia in middle school. Anyway, this piece from TOPSHOP was the next best thing I could find.

My style is really growing in London. I think it’s the influence of so many trendy people around me at all times, the weather and of course working with limited pieces because I don’t have my whole wardrobe here.

London has so many trendy spots like this with incredible graffiti–especially in Shoreditch, an area my friends and I have been frequenting pretty often. It isn’t as hipster/healthy as LA, as in, I haven’t found an açai bowl spot (pretty upset about that tbh) but there’s cat cafes and vintage stores galore.

In other news, I experienced snow fall for the first time in my life the other night and it was a magical experience.


coat-Ralph Lauren


pants-American Apparel

necklace-Urban Outfitters

heels-Public Desire


clutch-Poppy Lissiman

hat-Miss Selfridge

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Sonum Kahlon

Stuck somewhere in between glamour and 'I just rolled out of bed'

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