Here is something I wore not to long before all the fashion week stuff started. A good transitional look to take me from summer to Autumn, bare legs with sandals on the bottom and two layered vests on top. I belted the green vest in order to make into a dress and then added my See by Chloe one on top, which is more of an autumn/winter piece, so it was perfect for adding and creating a little more texture and depth to the outfit. It was a fairly grey day, so I added some colour with my accessories, which in turn gave the look the right amount of lift.
Here is an outfit I wore on a particularly cold day a couple of weeks back, when I had to run some errands, which included renewing my passport, something I don't want to do again for a long time, it was beyond stressful! When it came to this outfit, comfort and warmth was something I had to keep in mind but of course I still had to try my best to keep my outfit looking somewhat chic.
Once again leather leggings were my typical choice accompanied by other winter musts, such as my furry hooded coat, my LV leopard print scarf and my UGG ear muffs. I also wore my super soft beige knit by Miu Miu, stupid amount of money for a top but if I were to be honest that wouldn't stop me buying one in every colour because they are just perfect in every way. The knit is quite short in length and we all know leggings are from flattering if the top part of your bottom half is not covered, so I just slipped a simple white tank underneath to sort out that little issue. I was very close to wearing my Acne pistols and they would of undoubtedly been perfect and certainly fail-safe but Instead went with my grenson platform brogues as they are just as comfy and I liked the preppy twist they gave.
Well folks, i'm off now and I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend. Thank you and take care,
It feels like it's been ages since I did a post on what I wish I was wearing, so I thought it was about time I did one. Recently I've noticed the come back of the wrap skirt. This chic style seems to be this seasons "it" skirt and whether it's a maxi, mini or mid length they are definitely something that I am currently coveting.
So I have put together a post of some of my favourite picks with prices ranging from £25 - £665 and I must say I can not believe the huge choice of textures, lengths and colours that there is to be found in this style of skirt.
Anyway I hope you like this post and please tell me which one is your favourite unless your like me and could easily have them all!