Tuesday, 22 August 2017

PomPom Hoops


Earrings? I haven't always been a big fan, day to day I would normally just wear my simple skull stud earrings. But recently I've been feeling adventurous.

I found these absolute babes from Zara and didn't have to think twice. They were mine!
And I haven't taken them off since buying them. (ok didn't wear them to sleep or in the shower)

They can change a simple outfit and can be worn day to night, 
who doesn't love a pompom. 




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Thursday, 3 August 2017

White Frills



My boyfriend and I are off work this week so decided to kick start the Monday with a road trip to Oxford. Home of the University of Oxford, the architecture felt very grand and from what I read goes back to the Saxon times, Woah!
And whilst walking around one keen student kindly pointed out they call Cambridge "Lame-Bridge"
Anyway....
Wore this amazing white oversized t-shirt (as a dress) as I love the front frills on it, it's really cute on. Threw on my jacket of the moment, black boots and bag.
And that's my outfit, very mono.

I really wanted to row a boat, don't ask why. It's just something I've been wanting to do, but somehow we were convinced to try Punting. I wasn't really sure what it was at the start but there I was sat on a boat with my boyfriend steering it along with a metal pole. Impressed he didn't fall in as his balance is usually not great. So there I was acting like a princess, sat back enjoying my sandwich.
Whilst my boyfriend battled against low trees and ducks in the way.
If you have never tried Punting I do suggest it if you're up for a laugh. Added bonus if you can swim (just incase there are accidents)


We then found this really cool Bar/Restaurant/Art Galley called Jam Factory
It's very quirky, with people either working away on a laptop, catching up over a drink or walking around the art gallery. So if you're ever in Oxford, it's worth a visit.


T-Shirt: Here Similar
Punting: Here
Bar: Here


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Monday, 31 July 2017

Rock some Gingham



Gingham, another seriously cool trend this season. So when I found this little gem in the Zara sale I knew it had to be mine. This has got to be my favourite dress at the moment and I have literally worn it to death.
I teamed it with my beloved studded skull biker jacket along with a pair of black heeled boots from Public Desire to toughen it up.
My bag is another fav from Zara which seems to go with all my outfits, the round detail is so on trend too.

So my boyfriend and I took a trip to one of our local coffee shops called Fred & Ginger Coffee. And what a lovely place it is, great for a little pitstop. It has such a chilled atmosphere, kind staff, dog friendly (which was an added bonus as we love dogs). Overall a cool place for a Sunday hangout.


Dress: Here Similar
Boots: Here
Jacket: Here Similar



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Friday, 28 July 2017

Casual Knot



I'm quite the fan of a slogan tee, and this one has got to be my favourite at the moment. 
They are so easy to throw on, tuck in to a skirt or tie in a knot.
I was having a comfy day at work and as the weather was not at its finest I thought I would rock these black wide leg trousers with it.

And like the top says "Now is Now"
Now is the time to try new ways of wearing things, try knotting one of your t-shirts to change an outfit.  

Both tee and trousers are from H&M
 


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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Effortless Trend



Stripes are one of the most wearable trends this season and they are everywhere. In all shapes and sizes, horizontal, vertical, for day, for night and layered too.
Stripes have that effortless french girl vibe, nothing's easier than throwing on your favourite jeans and a striped tee. They are one of the few things in fashion that are truly timeless, Stripes are always going to be a trend.
If you're lacking some Stripe, get some inspiration with some of the Stripe tops I've picked out below.
And all under £20.... Amazing!!











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