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Thursday, 13 August 2015

Tennis Princess

If any of you grew up watching every single Disney film that was made (like I did) I'm sure a lot of you have dreamed of finding out that you're actually a princess or prince. Unfortunately for most of us this isn't the case, but there's nothing wrong with dressing up like royalty! I've always loved dressing up as a princess since I was younger (when it was acceptable) and have recently felt sad about not being able to walk out my front door in a big frilly ball gown! So to make myself feel better I put together a more modern, casual version of a princess outfit that you can wear out every day. The main princess parts of this outfit are the choker, the top and of course the extremely pretty and shiny bag! I feel like these three items come together really nicely because of the material; they're all quite shimmery and luxurious! I love the top enormously because of the flattering shape and the elegant neckline. For the rest of the outfit I chose more plain, casual pieces of clothing like the tennis skirt, the pink socks and the trainers. Now I'm going to go back to watching Cinderella!

Choker - Dynasti
Top - TopShop
Skirt - Kokopie
Socks - We Love Colors
Trainers - Nike (similar)

Friday, 31 July 2015

I'm Gna Wear Designer And Forget Your Name

Whenever something Versace comes along I have to refer back to Lady Gaga's song Donatella, hence the title of this post. Listening to that song (and just about any other Lady G song) makes me feel fab just like these jeans do too. I love the colour of them, it draws a lot of attention and it's great to be able to spruce up a casual, black top with them. Usually I wear the ankles rolled up but for the first time I didn't and they actually look like cigarette trousers which I really loved. I've always thought that cigarette trousers wouldn't look right on me because of me being short, but I was proved wrong! The shoes from Public Desire definitely had something to do with this though, they really topped off the outfit and the detail of the laces is really one of the big features of this outfit.

Black top - Primark
Versace Jeans - Rokit Vintage (all items are one of a kind but they have loads more cute jeans!!)
Sophia Platform Sandals - Public Desire

Friday, 17 July 2015

Peach Emoji

The best way to start the day is to watch multiple videos of cute cats and dogs doing goofy things and that is exactly what I did this morning. I think I may have been procrastinating a little bit though so I'll have to leave the rest of the videos until after I tell you about this outfit! The main part of this outfit which I'm going to start with are the mom jeans in this lovely peachy orange colour. I've never been a fan of orange until seeing these jeans because the fact that they're pastel makes them a softer colour and more my style! They're from Rokit Vintage who have an amazing collection of clothes, most of which are one of a kind! I thought because the trousers are such a lovely colour that I'd match them with something plain like this white top (it's for 7-8 year olds and I remember having one when I was little!). There's a tiny pink bow on the neckline which unites with the pastel jeans in a subtle way. To top it off I wore my white platforms!

Top - Charity shop
Mom Jeans - Rokit Vintage
Platforms - Vagabond/eBay

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Fast Food By The Sea

While on holiday in Devon, me and Kayla found the prettiest pastel beach huts and I put this outfit together in my head as soon as I saw them. I thought they'd be perfect for photographing this outfit because of the matching pastel colours of the fast food on my top. They made for some really cute photos! The top has lots of tasty food on it like hot dogs and burgers (I'm imagining that they're made from a vegetarian meat substitute of course) but they kinda look like candy versions because of the light colours. I guess there's not much to say about a plain white skirt but I do love a good tennis skirt, I feel like they're really flattering for anyone. This one just so happens to be the perfect length too! I put some pastel purple fishnet tights and socks with the outfit and wore my jelly shoes to match (just in case my feet got wet in the sea).

Fast Food Top - Kokopie
Tennis Skirt - Kokopie
Fishnet Tights - We Love Colors
Socks - We Love Colors
Jelly Shoes - JuJu Footwear

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Ice Goth

I've seen lots of different types of goths, you might have heard of cyber goth, street goth and even health(?) goth. So I decided to make up my own version; Ice Goth. This stems from me occasionally wearing clothes like the ones in these photos and of course the fact that I pretty much look like I belong in a palace made of ice. I sometimes have moods where I wish I owned new rocks and I think this was one of them (how good would new rocks look with this outfit?!) The dress is from a charity shop and I was so happy when I saw it from afar, sparkling on the clothes rail, because of course it is the perfect mix of two of my favourite colours: blue and silver. I've had the choker since going to a party a few years ago where a very lovely cross-dresser offered to let me wear it. I lost him and never got to give it back, so unfortunately I don't know where it's from. I really love the buffalo style shoes because they always make me feel like a Spice Girl (and they make me a tiny bit taller hehe).

Dress - Charity Shop
Choker - Party Friend
Fishnet Tights - We Love Colors
Platform Shoes - Pet Milk

Saturday, 20 June 2015

Cotton Candy Pink

Whenever I've gone clutch shopping I've always found it really difficult to find anything that's pretty, suited to me and affordable. For example, I bought my prom "clutch" from the Disney store and it was in fact a small handbag for 5 year olds. It came with a fairy wand and a pretty necklace though so obviously it was worth it (and I liked it a lot more than all of the £100 clutches I'd seen previously that day). Had I known about Poppy Lissiman a few years ago I would have gone to her for all of my clutches because, as you can see, the one's from her store are perfection (as are her sunglasses). I put two close up photos of the clutch so that you can see the way it changes colour, at a different angle it also turns a mix of orange and yellow. It makes it look magical when the sun is shining! The sunglasses I'm wearing are also from Poppy Lissiman and the lenses match the clutch with the iridescent tint! The top I'm wearing is plasticcy pink, which goes great with the candyfloss rim of the glasses, and I matched it with this silk skirt that has a faint crocodile pattern on it. They're both a really great fit and the length of the skirt is really nice. I topped the outfit off with my platform sliders (they're my favourite shoes for when the sun is out) which seal the summery look!

Sunglasses - Poppy Lissiman
Clutch - Poppy Lissiman
Top - American Apparel
Skirt - Charity Shop/Topshop
Shoes - Public Desire

Saturday, 6 June 2015

If I Were A Mechanic

In all honestly, being a mechanic has never been a big dream of mine, but when I wear an outfit like this I feel like it could have been a good lifestyle choice. This is exactly what I would wear if I were a mechanic, zip up overalls and block heels. I was quite worried before I put this outfit together as the jumpsuit is quite a relaxed piece of clothing and the shoes seemed the opposite. But as soon as I put them together it was the perfect mix of casual and dressy. The jumpsuit is actually for 11-12 year olds and that makes me happy because it means I'm still small (and that it was cheaper than the adult version). I don't think that the jumpsuit or the shoes are even in stock anymore though, I just wanted to share the outfit with you all still!!

Jumpsuit - River Island
Slingback Heels - New Look