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R I X O L U S T | 07.19

Lust lust lust, could I say it more! With Monthly lusts, I am also curating brand lusts – an edit which will be shared roughly every week, focusing specifically on a brand I am lusting over and if I could buy 6  things, what would they be.

Items I am absolutely lusting over at Rixo.

Rixo is a brand who are killing it at the moment, with the contemporary, feminine pieces, very playful with mix-match of prints and colours.

Ugh! I love!

I popped into their recently opened Sloane Square pop-up shop on Kings Road and it just screams Wild Child try on haul in the charity shop!! Just so, trendy and also VINTAGE!!!

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Rixo was founded by Henrietta Rix & Orlagh McCloskey, with a passion for vintage fashion! Something I fail at. I always try my best to every now and then pop into charity and vintage shops in Brighton, also Asos have their own Vintage selection. I just cannot find anything, and this is when I need Henrietta and Orlagh in my life.

Such an amazing idea, sharing their own curated vintage edit which is a mixture of timeless pieces.

So I had a little snoop and here are pieces I am loving!

Elsa – Camel Ombre Leopard

Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog! I am a Postgraduate Designer based in Brighton UK. Just trying to find my feet, in where I would love to pursue my career and gratefully my social media platforms are giving me that opportunity currently. My blog consists of all lifestyle questions, my travels, of course gin cocktails and sharing my style. So I hope you enjoy! Thank you xxx

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