So, I’d like to start by apologising for being MIA (I bet you’re really bored of bloggers saying this, ha). I may not have been blogging as often as hoped since the start of the year, but what I have been doing is discovering and shopping new stores and brands. And I’ve been taking note of my favs just for you!

P.s. I also apologise for the slightly grainy quality of the imagery in this post. For some reason the quality was lost somewhere in transfer from phone to laptop. ANYWAY – here I go.

Nobodys Child

First up – Nobody’s Child! Although i’ve had some awareness of Nobody’s Child for a while now (possibly down to their scarily accurate and tempting Facebook ads), I had never actually bought from the brand before. You know the drill when it comes to online shopping; find a new store/brand, add a butt-load of things into your basket, then abandon ship and play it safe on the usual ASOS, Topshop, bla de bla. Not that I have anything against our usual favourites, it’s just that sometimes we need a wee shove in a new and exciting direction. Anyway – back on track -when the girls from Nobody’s Child got in touch and kindly offered for me to choose a few of their new season pieces, I was all over that. And I love every single item.



Green printed midi dress 

Yellow mini dress

Wrap dress

Neon Rose

Personally, I find Neon Rose and Nobody’s Child to be quite similar. With fair price points and good quality, Neon Rose is a great place to shop some fab pieces that will see you through the season. There’s enough ditsy prints and cute, girly cuts for everyone.





Finery London

Finery London are my most recent discovery and I’m obsessed. In an online space filled with constant fashion-related noise, it was refreshing to come across a brand that is modern and inspiring without compromising on quality. Expect sophisticated silhouettes and grown up prints. Basically, if you want to feel all adult and like you’ve got your shit together in the most stylish way possible, Finery London is where it’s at.


Embroidered Blouse 

Miss Selfridge

The OG. Miss Selfridge takes me back to my early teenaged years – I used to think of it as being a more grown up and sophisticated Tammy Girl (eeek, sorry Miss S, but its true!) Lately though, the store seems to be pushing itself out there, particularly online. There’s lots of trend-based pieces for reasonable prices as well as good quality summer basics. Be sure to sign up to their newsletter for guaranteed inspo and fab discounts!


Yellow blouse

Floral midi skirt

Polka dot jumpsuit


Posted by:Rebecca

Hello! I'm a pint-sized marketing graduate in Edinburgh. I spend too much time scrolling through Instagram, drinking copious amounts of coffee and thinking about what colour of lipstick works best with my outfit.

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