Show Me Your Suitcase...

A BIG thank you to Laura Fantacci at Red magazine who included me in her feature on women who "travel the world for a living", an honour to be included, and in such good company too. July issue, out now.

Thank you Red magazine :-)

8 comments:

the style crusader said...

Ah, this is awesome. Love all your selection of items - that Zara bag is gorgeous! Loving the Thailand photo too! xx

ShowMeYourWardrobe.com said...

@ The Style Crusader - thanks! How funny, I was just reading your blog this morning, looking great. x

Kit said...

Such a neat little feature...YOU RULE THE WORLD!
I'm loving the white shirt, where was it from? (Can't see the tiny weeny print).

ShowMeYourWardrobe.com said...

Hi Kit - it's actually Ted Baker! And loved your post on our New Look day, really nice. Your blog is looking great. x

tonimacaroni said...

very nice!

Milly said...

Fabulous selection..essentially the perfect minimal travel wardrobe!x

http://millyfellintothewardrobe.blogspot.com/

Thea Jørgensen said...

really nice bog !!

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