Style: { The Camel Coat }

Photo of Annabelle by VivaLuxury

The camel coat is huge this season. It's a chic and sensual look that is easily attained. Camel coats can be found in most stores and vary in price. The beauty about a classic camel coat is it's timeless and an affordable coat can look just as beautiful as one at the higher end of the market. 

The colours of this wintery season is camel and black and they compliment each other beautifully. It's the best look in my opinion, as it looks so timeless and glamorously sophisticated. 

What is great about this look is that it can be easily transitioned into spring by wearing lighter clothing under the coat or by wearing a camel trench coat which will also look fabulous. Denim looks super glamorous with a camel coat and this can be complimented with black flats, heels or a pair of white trainers for a more casual daytime look.

These winter fashion outfits have a Parisian touch to them as they are simple pieces which look effortless and chic. 

Photo of Caroline de Maigret for amazedmag

It's so versatile you can wear it anywhere. Pair it with flats or heels, with denim, skinny jeans or leather trouser - leggings. 

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Photo of Tine Andrea by The Fashion Eaters

Below are a few fabulous pieces which are timeless to have in your wardrobe and can be worn anywhere and everywhere. 

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Happy Friday guys! Natalia Jane xo

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Interior Inspiration: {5 Scandinavian Trends}

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Scandinavian design is hot this year. From eye-catching home accessories to muted coloured greys, blues and milky whites used in Scandinavian interiors, its all proving to be quite fabulous. There are many different types of ways that you can implement this trend into your home. A great way is by sprucing your walls with a new paint job by using a natural organic paint colour such as a stone grey or milky white. There are much easier ways of transforming your home into a haven by adding accessories. Globular copper lights are a must have as they scream Scandinavian when combined with natural wood furniture or white furniture. 

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Another great way to update your home is by adding black and white pieces to give it that fabulous monochrome style. Wall art stacking like the one above is super cool at the moment and is quite a timeless style, looking fresh for years to come. A selection of different black and white cushions and a fabulous monochrome rug will also do justice in your home when implanting this style.

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One of my all time favourite home accessories are cacti and succulents. They have been trending in the home for a couple of years now and are still very popular and gradually becoming a collective house plant for many people. They are extremely hardy and therefore ideal to keep in the home all year round. For ideas on how to add cacti and succulents to your home click here.

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I hope you like my post on Scandinavian design in 2016 and I look forward to sharing more super trends with you in the upcoming weeks! Remember to stay updated on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook! Have a great Friday!

Natalia Jane xo
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Styling Cacti and Succulents

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Cacti and succulents have been a huge hit in many homes in the past couple of years. Their main characteristic and similarity is their ability to store water in the leaves or stems. Cacti are actually succulents however, the main difference is that cacti form spines and succulents do not.

Cacti and succulents are commonly known as desert plants but are now also grown as house plants. It is very easy to look after these plants. The compost must be free draining to prevent water logging and re-potting should be done when needed. The best position for cacti and succulents are are on a windowsill where they have access to sunlight all year round. They do not need to be watered regularly, however, from spring onwards sparingly water them making sure you allow excess water to drain and dry out completely between waterings.

By adding cacti and succulents to your outdoor garden you can create an exotic ambience. There is a wide range of cacti and succulents that can be grown outside. 

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Combining both the pastel trend with cacti and succulents provide a beautifully fresh feel to any room. 

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Trip to London

One thing that I love about having the underground at my doorstep is that I can jump on a train and get into London within half an hour. I'm in my 8th month of pregnancy and I do feel restless at times especially as sleepless nights are the norm now and having a 6 year old to run around after can make you feel exhausted by late afternoon.

Although I was feeling quite sluggish after doing the school run I decided to spend my day in London with a nice trip to South Kensington.

I have many favourite places in London but South Kensington has to be in my top 5. Aside from having almost every museum in London within a 5 minute radius of one another there are side streets bustling with gorgeous boutiques, ranging from florists and hair salons to cute cafes and quirky eateries.

I feel so energised and stimulated when I'm in an area where culture, art and history combine. The architecture alone is stunningly perfect.

Below are some images I took during my walk.

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Mappy About Paris!

I received this beautiful gift from It's one of the most beautiful handmade prints I've ever seen. The detail is incredible and Paris is one of my favourite cities in the world. This piece would look stunning in a workspace / study and that's exactly where I'll be mounting mine. 

Jenni Sparks is a British based illustrator, designer, map maker, hand-and letterer currently living in London. Jenni’s map of Paris along with other beautiful cities are available for purchase at

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