Back from my week off & super bold in a seventies maxi.

(Dress: vintage, Shoes: BHS)

The weather hasn’t been great recently but that doesn’t mean you can’t wear bright colourful dresses to brighten your day. This seventies vintage maxi dress does exactly that with the bold colours in a psychedelic pattern, it is definitely a great find in Yorks Bowler Vintage. I have style with stone coloured loafers in super soft leather, these are currently in the sale at BHS, they are great quality & very comfortable.

Quick post: Away

(Top: Vintage, Skirt: Daisy Dapper, Bag: Lulu Guinness, Shoes: New Look, Hat: Maz Accessories, Necklace: Vintage & Z for Accessorize)

Today I’m wearing a 1940’s style look with this stunning Daisy Dapper skirt, with a swing style & white turn over detailed pockets. I have styled with a white shirt with delicate pearl detailing. I have accessorised with a burgundy hat, simple black small heeled shoes, I gone for a hasma hand & colourful beaded necklace to add colour to the outfit & to complete the look I have a Lulu Guinness doll face back to match the red deals on the skirt.

Charlotte Olympia shoes = huge disappointment, sadly.

(Dress: Pop Boutique, Jumper: H&M, Shoes: Shellys London, Necklace: Accessorize, Hat: Maz Accessories)

 

It makes me quite sad to write this post but… For those who read my blog regular will know I bought a pair of Charlotte Olympia kitty flat. After lusting after then for so long, I decided to save up & buy them. After receiving them I was so delighted they were beautiful. I started to wear them & after only one wear the soles had started to look very worn down. After wearing them another couple of time it got worst & worst until after wearing them for a total of only 12 times the sole on one of them has started to come away. I have got in contact with customer service & they say it is perfectly normally for their shows to last only 12 wears, which I think is shocking when you’re paying around £400 you expect them to be made with quality materials & last at least a few years. What a shame, I won’t be buy anymore Charlotte Olympia shoes & save my money for brands that use the highest quality materials.