Charlie Pea

Charlie Pea

Founder & Blogger of Charlie Pea

Charlie Pea is a fashion blog I created to provide a daily dose of outfit inspiration throughout every season of Vogue. What started as a love of fashion has now transformed into a personal style blog of all the outfits that I admire within the fashion world.

With personal outfits, travel diaries and the latest fashion news, on top of the inspiration and shopping features it all began with, Charlie Pea is my fashion diary and I want to share it with you all.


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A Merry Velvet Christmas

Charlie Pea|January 5, 2017

Velvet—the world’s most sumptuous fabric—has taken hold of the fashion ranks. From Kate Hudson, who has just been spotted wearing the J Brand velvet flares, to model Jeanne Damas, who we’ve seen wearing a perfect velvet blouse and boyfriend jeans combo, this trend is skyrocketing. Arriving in a shocking array of bright hues, velvet is no longer the fabric […]

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Miramar Swim X Charlie Pea

Charlie Pea|July 8, 2016

When we first eyed the poolside trend of the season on the Tommy Hilfiger spring runway and we knew we had to have it. With his rainbow flatforms, patchwork shirt dresses, and bright crocheted bikinis, Hilfiger painted the perfect picture of the vacation we had yet to book but had already started planning in our heads. As […]

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Charlie Pea|June 24, 2016

A day at Ascot is like nothing you would have ever experience before. Endless races, Pimms and people watching – not to mention the most incredible and extravagant hats you will ever see –  it is a day that you’ll never forget. Shop my Ascot dress: Or shop more Mary Katrantzou styles below:

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Easter Treats

Charlie Pea|March 26, 2016

Strawberry Limeade Cake with Strawberry Cream Cheese Frosting Ingredients 3 c. cake flour, spooned and leveled 1 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. Kosher salt 1 lb. strawberries, chopped, plus more whole for garnish 1/2 c. buttermilk, at room temperature 1 c. unsalted butter, at room temperature 1 c. granulated sugar 1/2 […]

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