Yesterday, it was a gorgeous sunny day and I went and did a spot of shopping at Bicester Village accompanied by my Mum and later on, joined by my sister! I decided to take advantage of this lovely day and dress all summery (these kind of days in England tend to be pretty rare at the moment)! I am wearing this vintage ditsy floral maxi skirt which I adore, with a simple Topshop white sleeveless top, my vintage tan leather clogs, my La redoute denim jacket, my Fossil leather clutch and my Ted Baker beetle jem necklace! This look is fairly simple but the movement and style of the maxi skirt really gives the look an extra feminine and girly feel. I hope you like this OOTD and please do excuse the crazy windswept hair!- Enjoy!
About a month ago, I bought this gorgeous Zara Printed Floral blouse. If you read my blog regularly you will most definitely be aware with my obsession for shirts/blouses and this particular one is fabulous. The large majority of my ever-expanding collection of shirts/blouses are plain and I was just thinking the other day that I really do need some more patterned, colourful ones. This one was in the sale for only £9.99 and I personally think it looks very expensive! It’s a very smooth and silky, most probably imitation silk blouse and its coated in this elegant, vibrant floral pattern and also has blue and burgundy sections along the sides. Here I have styled it in a 2 ways and I did this post with the help of my close friend Olivia! The first look is the more dressy of the two and I have simply paired it with my La Redoute burgundy pleather midi skirt, UO Brougues, pearl earrings, Fossil brown leather clutch and wavy hair. The second look is more casual and would also work well with blue skinny jeans. Olivia is wearing Topshop black leggings, my vintage pearl necklace, pearl earrings, Fossil clutch bag, pinky/purply lippy and I did her hair using a donut and wrapping a thick plait around it. These looks can be easily re-created and changed from dressy to casual from swapping a skirt for jeans/leggings, and all you need is a staple printed blouse/shirt.
Just a super quick post to show how much I’m adoring this Topshop Dalmation jumper!! This print jumper is of such a cute dalmation with a red bow. It looks gorgeous with this white shirt with the collar over the jumper. This girl has then paired it with something lacey but not sure what type of clothing it is. I personally think it would look fab with wet look leggings or American Apparel disco pants and an oversized purple or red clutch to really set it of!! Enjoy!!
I thought I would share what I am wearing today, I’m not going out today just studying and working on my new blog which I hope everyone is enjoying! This outfit includes a small necklace with a hamsa hand which is a current trend at the mo’, it is gold and I think very cute- it was £4 from accessorize! I am also wearing a vintage sky blue sleeveless shirt. Then there is my zara fairisle cardigan with a little house and people pattern and heart shaped pockets. Then there is my gorgeous tan leather fossil cluth bag which I picked up whilst in America, it is actually mens but I love it so much and it also has an elegant fine check lining. I love wearing this outfit around the house with my levi jeans or it can be dressed up by adding my caramel topshop pleat shirt and maybe my aubergine bomber jacket.