You may have seen this jumper across on my Instagram feed a few weeks back but since a lot of you got in touch to ask me where I'd found it, here's a post with all the info you need. I spotted this jumper in the strangest of places, where I'd never of imagined buying anything from - where I hear you ask? Well . . .  It was the women's knitwear section of M&S! Of course it was!

After seeing it in store and not buying it there and then, I really couldn't get the jumper out of my mind, I was literally seeing stars (sorry I couldn't not) thinking to myself how cool it would look styled with a biker jacket! I'm always a huge fan of any star print and I've never seen a jumper with this large print motif before. After a few days of weighing up my options, you know thinking if I could pull a women's jumper off,  I decided just to take a risk.

I knew this jumper was on the small side but I never thought I'd have to purchase a size 14! Even with this big size jump I still find the jumper to be a little small on the arms, however, I fear the next size would have been a little to baggy and wide on me. The star jumper is a fun piece for a very inexpensive price, I'd hope you agree with me when I say the jumper looks sweet with this rock and roll styled outfit. I'd say its pretty versatile too either for a girl or a guy, you'd never be able to tell once the jumper is styled up in your own individual way.

If you want a closer look at The Star Jumper - Click here

Cheers for reading,


Evening guys, since I sold all my other items I featured over the last month or so, I thought why not make it more of a regular occurrence over here on my blog. When I say regular, it won't be a structured every week thing, it might not even be every month, basically it'll only be when I discover an amazing piece I can't let slip through my fingers for you guys, which I'll style up in my own personal way and give you guys the chance to re-love a totally individual piece of vintage clothing.

Since we're all talking vintage again, I'll introduce you to this tan suede beauty I came across a few weeks ago. I always find it difficult to part with these amazing vintage pieces I've come across, but, I really can't justify keeping this jacket because of the sheer amount of brown suede I already own in my wardrobe. I love it's seventies look, the curves on the collar and the length of the jacket is just perfect!

The specifics -

Price - £45 The jacket is a size small, it's a standard fit with a killer cool vintage silhouette. The jacket is a girls as it has the buttons on the left, but who the hell really cares? The colour of the jacket is tan brown. The measurements are as follows - Chest - 38 Length - 29 Sleeve length - 23 Under Arm - 17 (all measured in inch's). It also has two hand warming pockets, always an added detail. If you an even closer look the jacket was featured on my last YouTube video, just search YouTube for - The Unidentified Rocker.

T&C'S -

Postage to the U.K will be free (message for international) If you want this item please give me a message or Instagram DM. The buyer will be selected on a first come first buy bases.

The item has been selected and styled by myself, the item is thoroughly checked before sale and is in great condition for a suede that's been around a good few years. Payment will be taken over Paypal and shipped Royal Mail Tracked & signed once payment has been received. No refunds or exchanges or sexual favours.



Believe it or not, it's been two years since my last pair of lightening bolt boots, but I guess you could say they've lasted me! These are actually the new shape Asos have released, which arrived around a year after the initial taller boot design, which had believe it or not an even bigger Cuban heel! Don't get me wrong, there's still a fair wedge on the back of these beauties which gives you that extra hight, however, I find this new shape to also be slightly wider than my first pair. 

I wear my lightening boots as more of an everyday shoe, if I'm out during the day, they've got everything you want in a boot, they're comfortable, cool and in my opinion look more expensive than they actually are - £55, meaning if something bad does happen to them, it's not the end of the world!

The lightening bolt design is actually the elasticated section, which on an ordinary pair of boots is normally a boring rounded U shape, however this lacklustre feature has been transformed from that, to a killer lightening bolt design! The boot has an awesome shape and pointed toe, as well as a pull tab on the back of the boot, so you can take them on and off with ease.

To view the Bolt Boots click here. You can also check my YouTube out tonight where this pair of sexy boots feature, plus I give you guys a first look at a killer vintage suede I'll be selling next week!

Cheers for checking in,