Those In-Between Days by Seyi Adejori

Hello fabulous people!

Sometimes I am in-between with my outfits, which means not knowing what to wear, not liking anything in stores or anything I have and generally just being up-happy with clothes overall. When in doubt turn to the colour black. Black is a classic colour that looks amazing on everyone, it instantly makes a person look stylish and it's just chic. This post is an example of my in-between days and what you should do when you encounter one, because we all have those days.


Your girl is still on the blazer hype, I am not proud of how many blazers I have purchased in the last two months but of course I had to get a black one. This blazer is very much evening wear, it has black lapels and shoulder pads and would look amazing on it's own with some heels for a party or formal event. I paired it with black tailored trousers so I could emulate a suit as I do love co-ord  and lastly added some classic Vans and belt bag to dress the outfit down. The  belt bag  and trainers were a great idea to make the outfit look a bit informal, casual and comfortable.   


When you are having in-between days it is always good to be neutral! wear colours that go with everything such as blacks, denims, whites, creams and if you want to add a little bit more colour browns, greens and blues. Constantly looks for inspiration! we are lucky that we have Google and Instagram to help us out with this. Take a look at your favorite blogger, vlogger or instagram account you follow see what they are wearing and make it your own. Check out magazine websites, paparazzi shots and see what your style icons are rocking. Dress up! In-between days are the days where I cannot be bother to do anything so dressing up and putting that extra effort in is very important just to make yourself feel a little better. Eventually your in-between day, week or month will pass and you will be inspired again to rock that new outfit or to take another dip into your creative pond. I hope this tips were helpful.

What's your in-between outfit colour?

Stay smiling, Seyi x 


Blazer: &OtherStories  | T-shirt: Marks and Spencer (similar) | Trousers: Zara | Trainers: Vans | Earrings:



All Checked Out by Seyi Adejori

Hello fabulous people!

Plaid, tartan or check whatever you may call it, has been a staple pattern in fashion. It's one of those patterns that goes in and out of style frequently, so do not throw that pair of tartan trousers out! you never know when you might need it. Luckily tartan is currently all the rage, it has been sported by Off White, Tibi and Burberry. It is a pattern that I have embraced for years and love finding different ways to style and wear. In this post, I will show how I wear tartan and also how much I love the blazers!

Everyday oversize! Majority of my wardrobe consists of oversized items, I love how oversized items look and feel, they come with a sense of comfort and everyone knows it looks very cool. This blazer was purchased around ten years ago so it comes with a vintage vibe. The padded shoulders remind me of the 80s and power dressing. Power dressing is oh so real! try wearing a suit and see if you feel more powerful or different. Wearing trousers suits and blazers instantly make you look slightly powerful, polished and adds structure to an outfit.

As much as I love structure I also love to add the sporty pieces to my look. Blazers, trouser suits and tailored pieces add a clean cut look to an outfit but contrasting this also shows how well these pieces can be matched with that unpredictable item. So out came my classic black Adidas trousers and Nike Air Force 1's. Playing with trends and items that don't necessarily go together is fun and is something I strongly advocate.


Wearing flared trousers with chunky shoes is something that goes so well, I never knew how much I was into this look until I tried it. I take inspiration from the 70s, flared trousers and chunky heels that made any women and man look instantly groovy, but modernised it with Adidas track pants and chunky dad trainers. Cropped flares is another way of wearing flares that goes equally as well, so try and pair your flares with a chucky boot or chunky trainers, ASOS has a great selection of flares to choose from.

How do you style your tartan outfits, let me know in the comments below. 

Stay smiling, Seyi x

Blazer: Marks and Spencer | T-shirt: ASOS | Trousers: Adidas (similar) | Trainers: Nike | Earrings: Mango