What a year! It's quite funny looking back on this year, as even posts from March and April feel like such a long time ago. This year has seen Helen increase her clashing of prints along with her classic colour blocking. Her wardrobe has also increased fourfold, with many new items that I've been coveting.
Firstly, lets look at the patterns. Because I love a pattern. Helen eased us in gently, throwing in monochrome faves by mixing stripes and leopard print for the DCA exhibition opening. She went out there in a daring clashing floral and plaid print by using a running theme of red throughout, from the bag detailing to the Sugar and Vice bakewell tart necklace. Finally, my favourite on the right- red and cheetah print, which is a culmination of the cheetah and red. The lips top with the spotted jacket is on point, and that Tatty Devine lobster necklace! (Okay, I'm biased as I bought her it). The Lou Taylor brooch just finishes the look.
The colour blocking has been kicked up a notch since my 2014 outfit round up post for Helen. Taking a leaf out of my colour book with pastel pink, Helen's super sweet Galentine's outfit was always going to win my love, especially with the DIY love heart head piece and flirty winking collar. And no one can monochrome like a snowman, as Helen showed with this stylish snowman look. So much love for that Bershka hat, very Isolated Heroes! Of course, if I'm discussing Helen's style there is no way I cannot include this cat lady look. Why colour block when you can cat block with a print reminiscent of an elderly woman's knitting bag (in the best way). The addition of the polo neck and novelty bread bag keep the look modern and cute.
My absolute favourite look of 2015 has to be the dreamy vintage dress that Helen borrowed from Nicely Eclectic. The print and shape worked perfectly with her signature haircut. So dreamy!
Cannot wait to see what this girl has in store for 2016 (and what I can borrow!)