This is a very exciting post and something I’ve been working on for the past couple of months, I’m absolutely buzzing that I can finally share it all with you.
Towards the beginning of this week I shared a cheeky preview over on Instagram and explained how I’ll be collaborating with Gap this Autumn to showcase my individuality and just do me.
But that isn’t all. I’ve been working really closely with Gap to create my own edit of the new season drop that will be available in store at Gap Intu Trafford Centre very soon indeed, some of which you can see in these snaps.
Gap have gone back to their routes, and by routes I mean the nineties, when Gap first introduced themselves to me and I had a rainbow of Gap hoodies in my wardrobe… Pink and Orange were personal faves.
Their latest collection is truly gorgeous, whether it’s silk camisoles layered over salt & pepper tee’s, embroidered jeans or striped polo necks, straight leg’s and vintage washes, it’s a collection that is right up my street, a collection I am proud to be a part of and a collection I can’t wait for you to see in store.
Not only will I have my own little selection of pieces from the latest seasonal drop, but I’ll also be featured in the store window within the Trafford Centre… Now if that’s not exciting I don’t know what is! I’ve worked really hard to create a mood board of exactly how I wanted my window to look and collaboratively I feel that Gap and I have really worked to bring my vision to life. I’m completely over the moon with it and really, truly excited for you to see it and for me to see it first hand.
This was a seriously fun project to work on and I've spied a few of my regional blogger faves also getting involved in the campaign, which makes it all the more exciting indeed. I really love how Gap have championed us regional bloggers to showcase our individualities and the ways in which our cities make us unique.
My window display is very much inspired by Manchester, whether that be the music scene, the architecture, my fave restaurants and coffee shops and of course my family. It's a place I completely adore and to be featured in a store window within my beloved city is a really proud moment for me indeed.
So yeah, thats it, a little project that to me is a major project in my blogging career. I am SO excited to go and take a look at the window at Gap in the Trafford Centre from 16th September- 23rd and hope you will too. It'll be up for a whole week so if you do happen to swing by, tweet me and let me know what you think.
Lots of Love
This post is in collaboration with Gap but styling and words my own. This has been such a great project to be a part of and I am SO excited to share it with you.