Pamela_P Style Challenge – Tahira Posted in: Design, Fashion, Pamela_pStyleChallenge – Tags: accessories, CLASSIC, cross-body bags, geffrye museum, gifts, handbags, italian quilting, p_pstylechallenge, pamela_pstylechallenge, percivalecore
Pamela_P Style Challenge
The Pamela_P Style Challenge came about for a couple of reasons. As a new brand, we were eager to get some great content for use in our on-line Pamela_P Paper. We were also keen to connect with ladies that I like and admire and who have a great sense of style. It seemed obvious to hear the comments of our favourite women – the opinions of women with a wide range of interests, not just the fashion bunnies! They’re invited to select a Percivale bag from the Core, Directional or Special ranges and to style it however they like. Our style challengers also contribute great tips and information through an interview.
Let me introduce you to Tahira@beautybytahira, this month’s challenger for the Pamela_P Style Challenge. We met last year at a mentoring event and have kept in touch. I was struck by her beauty, vibrancy and introductory skills.
Tahira chose some classic work wear pieces to pair with the Percivale Core in Peacock. Her vintage trench coat is a wardrobe staple and was a perfect choice for the day’s photo shoot. It poured with rain until we met at our location, The Geffrye Museum. Once we had arrived the sun came out so we chose the beautiful garden as a backdrop. Tahira’s dress, with its 1940’s vibe worked well with the contrasting pink belt and masculine brogues.
Pamela_P Style Challenge Interview
HAVE YOU ENJOYED USING THE PERCIVALE BAG AND WHY?
I enjoyed using the Percival bag as the style and detail are unique. The colour really appealed to me as Peacock is one of my favourites.
WHO ARE YOUR STYLE ICONS?
WHAT ARE YOUR EXPERT BEAUTY TIPS?
Take care of your skin and always remove your makeup! And try something new from time to time, you might like it.
WHO ARE YOUR FAVOURITE CLOTHING DESIGNERS?
ANY TIPS FOR ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURS?
I regard myself as an aspiring entrepreneur and I think the key is to keep working and just try something even if you are not 100% sure. As long as you’re passionate and believe in it that’s a great place to start x
Photographs by Moni