I have to credit this blog for two key things. First of all this blog is a wonderful hobby, a base from which I can research and live my passion for fashion and style. I remain a Psychologist and doctor first and foremost (a side of me you don’t often see here because the blog’s purpose was to give me an interest away from this other great love of mine). The second is friendships. As StyleOnTheCouch has grown I’ve been fortunate to make new friends not just in England and the US but across the world. Amazing.
In this feature I’m joined by my blogger friend the lovely Christina of Profresh Style. Christina’s blog is full of personality and colour. She’s one of my favourite examples of a writer who puts her heart and soul into her blog – check out her recent post on her changing attitudes to fashion blogging here. We worked independently at styling graphic tees for this and came out interestingly coordinated as a result! I wish I could claim credit for my own styling however my tee is borrowed from our photographer the lovely Lydia Hudgens.
Whilst I’ve often thought my blog could easily be named ‘Sarah’s Dresses’* I realize that I feel just as at home in my staple of skinny jeans and a tee. As my wardrobe moves further towards being entirely that of black, white and denim, these photos are a nice reminder to me to explore my casual side more, here.
Image immediately above: Profresh Style putting me to shame in the smile stakes. Image top: Oh yeah Christina I have your moves down girlfriend.
I’m heading back to NYC tomorrow for a visit, Blog Reader. You can follow my antics on Twitter (@StyleOnTheCouch) and Instagram (same name) but you can also check back for my September fashion week series which will continue whilst I’m in Manhattan.
Thank you to Christina for joining me in this post, to Lydia Hudgens for the photos and as always, thank you, Blog Reader, for stopping by.
Wearing: Jeans, a sample from Artistic Denim Mills; heels, Mango. Tee. Lydia Hudgens.
*Okay okay you know I missed out the vast lingerie section there. ‘Sarah’s Smalls’ then.