To be honest I wasn't sure if I was going to upload these photos or not but here I am doing so. I thought they were a little different to my usual photos, which is why, in the end I decided to just do it and now i'm happy I did.
No bright colours, no uncomfortable styles, instead I just kept simple, streamline and of course comfortable! Which ultimately leaves me feeling my most confident. What style of clothing makes you feel confident?
Back when I bought this skirt in the Autumn of last year I remember thinking, that I would love to style it with a crisp white shirt and some summer sandals and now here I am, finally wearing just that! I added in a long sleeved top as it wasn't warm enough at the time to wear the shirt on it's own and it was a nice change to a jacket, of course I purposely picked this olive green colour to give the white shirt a lift and to compliment the luxe colours and print of my skirt.
And if you're are wondering where the coconut shells are, well, they are hanging around my neck! This necklace was originally bought by my mum when she was on her honeymoon in Antigua many years ago and she was going to throw it out, I know the woman is crazy with what she throws out, I'm always like "whoa whoa whoa now, just hang on a tiny little minute" demanding that I rescue the helpless little accessory!
I thought it had been a while since I last sported this burgundy Marc by Marc Jacobs bag of mine, at first I wasn't sure if it worked but in the end I just went with it and I love how it turned out. And no the hairband is not something I'm attempting to make cool, the little sucker somehow found his way into the photos and with the boyfriend probably forever thinking that i've probably put it there on purpose because that's "The Look" I really had no hope!
Well lovelies, I know it's a long one today but for those who have, thanks for reading! Take care,
I find myself craving so many denim pieces at the moment and thought i'd share some of favourites with you. Clearly I know the shoes and sunnies aren't denim but I thought they look quite cute amongst the denim.
Is there any pieces you like here? I'd love to know. Well that's it, thank you and take care,
So a new week and how about a new outfit post? Still loving me some white on white for winter, I decided to put together this look. I hunted down my very old white jeans, that I've had since I was sixteen! I can't throw them out until I have found myself another pair, something I hope to do very soon. I wanted to style them with a plain white tee but that was in a heavier cotton and since I wasn't having much luck with my own wardrobe, I decided to raid the boyfriends rail and he only had one, which had a giant print on the front. So with not wanting to give up on the idea I just wore it backwards.
To build and create those tonal layers I wore my trusty old neutral coloured cardigan, it broke up the white on white in an ever so slight way and subtle way whilst also creating some some clean and simple lines. I thought my sheep friend, otherwise known as my gilet by 2nd Day would be a fine choice. It suited the colour pallet, kept me warm and hey, it's just so awesome to wear! When it came to shoes I resorted back to my Grenson brogues, they achieved that overall casual feel that I wanted but in a way that was still classic and chic, or at least in my opinion. Yes I kept my ankles bare, for sartorial reasons, yeah sure or maybe it's just because i'm nuts. I finished of with some minimal and neutral coloured accessories apart from Ally Capellino bag, I remember it was a choice between the Prada and this Ally, mum and sis thought Prada but I liked the unexpected splash of colour of the Ally bag.
And there you have it, hope you like this look sweethearts. Thank you and take care,
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Here is a little something I wore about a month ago now, when I went to have lunch with my boyfriend.
I love my snake print shirt by Equipment that I bought in the autumn, it's unexpectedly versatile, which is an important and necessary factor for me when investing in pieces. I love the strong statement it makes when wearing it on it's own but I love it even more when you can just see a hint of it, somehow I find it even more striking, seems to really pull the eye in. I wore the shirt over my Navy Sportmax dress, don't you just love the good-old skirt/dress trick?! Layered my J.Crew long sleeved, olive tee over the top of the shirt and since i've worn this colour combo before, I know how beautifully both colours compliment each other. I threw my Joseph coat over my shoulders, to give the look some structure on top and because I was a little worried that the top of my outfit was beginning to look like a colour chart I added in my charcoal coloured scarf to break it up. I almost went for a black scarf but I think it would of created to much of harsh contrast.
I finished of the look with my trusty pointed boots and my Chanel. I know I said about black being a harsh contrast but the reason why the black bag and boots work is because there is enough distance between the outfit and them. Well I think thats it for now. Hope you enjoy the look :)
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Thanksss lovelies and hopefully I'll be back tomorrow with a favourite outfits post of mine!