Thursday, 30 November 2017

Different ways to style the pepper jeans in collaboration with Dr.Denim

I had the privilege to work with dr.denim to display a variety of ways to style their Pepper jeans. I had such an amazing time doing so and I really hope you love it as much as I loved creating it all! Also I am so excited to announce that you can read my story on the Dr.Denim website here -give it a check dolls! You can also use the discount code 'AMIRAXDR.DENIM' to get that $ off!

So below are the different washes of  the Dr.Denim Pepper jeans available and I created three looks for each pair of jeans. I also just want to mention that the fit and style of the jeans are so comfortable and give off a really edgy look to any outfit. I have also linked all the items worn below to make it easier for you guys.


This look was created for a meal out with friends so keeping it quite casual but with a little twist of sophistication by adding the camel debbie coat. Styling the mid blue pepper jeans with the black Unina top, Tatum belt and the camel coat. This gave off a fun casual look with some urban vibes, but still remaining smart and sleek at the same time. 


Look 2 was created for more of a very casual day out to run those errands- so of course you would want this to be super comfy and cosy to get your to do list done. Wearing the worn mid retro pepper jeans paired with the black Alix hoody and pale pink Emlin jacket. So who said you couldn't run to the supermarket and get what you need done whilst looking badass at the same time ay?


This look was for a night out with friends and what more fun can you have than in the arcade right? So it's all fun and games with the black pepper jeans which were styled with the black Inessa tee and pale pink Emlin jacket

Hope you liked this short little post and thank you to Dr.Denim for giving me the opportunity to show you guys many ways to style their jeans. Again the items are linked above and if you have any questions in regards to this post please hit a girl up!

Love Modestmira


Monday, 13 November 2017

LAMODA accessories heaven- Us girl's can't have enough shoes

I am not much of a boots girl as I love my trainers and I always pick comfort over looking "feminine" as you may say. However when Lamoda relaunched their new collection I had to get my hands on a pair of their boots- it was a MUST. Lamoda kindly sent me out a few items and ever since I have been loving!

Lamoda is a Manchester based brand which caters to girls having the most on trend fashion accessories pieces. Now one of the many great things about the brand Lamoda is not only are they all about making sure us girls are up to date with the most freshest and stylish accessories (which is also affordable). They consider themselves a community which encourages girl empowerment and for females to be and feel united. Spreading positivity and creativity and a place for females to uplift one another, whether that being telling girls they look 'fly' or 'letting them know they aren't alone and appreciated'. Especially in today's society that is something us women need and most importantly we should endorse. Such a brilliant concept and what's even better we be looking fly whilst supporting one another!

Coat- Holzweiler/ Jumper- New Look/ Jeans- Missguided/ Boots- Lamoda/ Earrings- Nakdfashion

One of the first items that I received were these 'Level up ring pull detail heeled ankle boots in burgandy patent PU'. I fell in love as soon as I opened the box and they look even more amazing on! The colour alone is so gorgeous and the patent PU gives it a nice shine and glossy effect. They do feel a little stiff and uncomfortable when wearing them first time round, but surely they just need to be worn quite a few occasions to loosen them up. They are such versatile boots that can be worn for all sorts of events, this time round I dressed them casually- of course for the upcoming cold wintery days ahead of us. However if worn with a skirt or dress they would give substantial amount of chic and sass vibes.  

Jacket- Mango/ Sweatshirt- Zara/ Jeans- Citizens of Humanity/ Boots- Lamoda/ Earrings- Lamoda

The second pair of boots were the 'Karma ring pull detail ankle boots in black PU'. Every girl I must say needs a pair of black boots in her shoe collection. These again very versatile and can be worn for all occasions. The ring pull for the zip giving it a bit of detail and character to the boots and most importantly great quality. The heel is not so high but enough to give a bit of height and definition and I just admire the whole look of it! This outfit worn with the boots was giving off major biker chic grunge vibes which I am quite loving right now. 

Jumper- Mint and Berry/ Shirt- Hijab House/ Jeans- Zara/ Earrings- Lamoda

The last bit of accesories were these 'Geo stud square hoop earrings in gold' which were giving off very edgy chic vibes to any outfit worn with it. I am a major earring hoarder and love all types of unique feels to earrings, I feel they give an extra trendiness and sassiness to your outfit. These were just perfect and I got many compliments on the earrings when I wore them out and about! It will definitely not be the last of seeing these on my Instagram that's all I am going to say girls!  

All in all I loved every piece sent to me from Lamoda and it will definitely not be the last you see of them also! Give them a check girls, after all we're all about supporting and encouraging one another to do, be and feel our best- Lamoda is undoubtedly the place for that! #femaleunity #womanempowerment #girlpower



Monday, 9 October 2017

Brand Attic- Talking yellow, pinstripes & pink studded jacket

I have always wanted to try out and wear the colour yellow, especially after seeing it around on Instagram, runways and shops repeatedly recently. It is definitely a colour that I thought wouldn't suit everyone and therefore reason for me being so reluctant to trying it out. But boy was I so wrong! I think if styled and paired with the right items ANYONE could get away with the bright statement colour, meaning all shades of the colour from bright to mustard.

So I was lucky enough to partner up with a brand called 'Brand Attic' which are situated in Manchester. They are simply a collated platform/ department store for other brands such as; Noisy May, Vera Moda, Fashion Union and DKNY just being the few of many more, including their own.

They sent out a few items and one of them being this gorgeous yellow (mustard) colour blouse, with the details of frills on the sleeves and a tassle tie up on the neckline. I thought this would be a great chance to give the yellow a go! Pairing the blouse with a pair of dark blue denim frayed culotte jeans (Zara), a turtleneck underneath (Asos), beige trench coat (Zara) and a pair of adidas originals- keeping it casual. The colours going well together and the yellow just gave that 'pop' to the outfit. You could add a pair of heeled mules for a going out outfit, as for accessories I added another favourite colour this season PINK. The pink pom pom earrings (Zara) and pink small boxed chain bag (Miss Selfridge) really adding that extra sassiness.

The second item being these black pinstripes culottes which can be worn super casually and for an occasion or even work wear- making them quite versatile. This time round I decided to wear casually, I must say the quality of the trousers were amazing and you know it will last for a very long time. Again going for a little yellow vibe I matched the pants with this cosy furry jumper (Zara) with a hint of mustard yellow and a pair of black Puma Suede with ribbon rope. The culottes were incredibly comfortable and had a tie waist to give it some detail and definition to the outfit.

The last and final item was this pink faux suede studded biker jacket, now who's the stud ay? Must say I'm not so keen on biker jackets or leather jackets for the sheer fact that they are so stiff! Like I just feel I can't be me in them and by "me" I mean I require a great amount of moving when I am out and about. But this was one comfortable and for the above matter, flexible biker jacket. It's a lovely pink colour so if you were to wear a minimal sort of outfit, throw this on and it will give it that wow. Here I paired with the pinstripe culottes which is also from Brand Attic, a white turtleneck, Vans and accessorised with white silver tassel earrings (H&M). You could even wear this jacket for a dinner out which a simple black dress, the possibilities are ongoing.  

So girls don't be so afraid to try out and venture into new colours because at the end of the day that's what fashion is all about, to experiment and for it to represent YOU without having to say much. I will definitely recommend checking out Brand Attic dolls as they have some real cool and chic stuff which are quite affordable also. 

Thank you for reading and if you have any questions or anything in particular feel free to catch me on Instagram, comment below or email! 

Love ModestMira


Monday, 25 September 2017

pastel blues and pinks are not just for summer


Photo credits - Kareema Ismail
Coat- Zara/ Jumper- H&M/ Striped shirt- Hijab House/ Jeans- Dr. Denim/ Shoes- Primark/ Bag- Miss Selfridge/ Earrings- H&M

If you have read my previous blog post on Autumn/winter trends for 2017 you will know that baby blues and pinks are the colour for this winter. So of course I had to get my hands on these colours and put an outfit together, below are outfit details and similar items you can get hold of yourself and show off your pastel blues and pinks.
I am totally loving this combination, I feel baby blue and pink are such feminine and tranquil colours and honestly doesn't require much effort to make you look sophisticated and classy. I say definitely give it a try and and both colours are quite simple to layer with!

Hope you enjoyed this short little post lovelies and if you do give this whole trend look a try be sure to let me know! I would love to know how you styled it and the endless possibilities of rocking this look.

© ModestMira

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