Describe your personal style.
My style is dependent on my mood. Some days I shop in the men’s sections and dress a bit more boyish, and then other days I’ll look feminine in a slip dress and heels.
What do you love about shopping on the high street?
It’s convenient, especially if I need something urgently for an event on the same day. I also feel inspired by the music, lights and scents.
What trends are you on the look out for?
Lots of trends, but the main ones are tie-dye, metallics, power shoulders and prints.
You always look amazing. What’s you trick when shopping?
Fashion to me is not all about the label; it’s about the way you style things and put things together that can really make a high street outfit look luxurious. I always like to touch and feel the fabric to ensure I am buying a good quality piece and I find that when you mix it with a designer piece, whether it’s a bag or a pair of shoes, it really elevates the outfit.
What do you avoid buying?
Fabric and quality is always something I pay attention to. Having studied fashion, quality plays a huge role to me when shopping, and sometimes I will not purchase a product on the high street because of that.
Do you have a favourite high street store?
I feel Zara’s price-to-quality ratio is amazing. Also, they are always hot on the trends and I love the editorial on the website – they are really eye-catching and inspiring.