(Jumper: Bhs, Jeans: Topshop, Shoes: Orla Kiely x Clarks, Necklace: Fifi Lapin, Coat: Miss Selfridge)
(Dress: Pop Boutique, Top: Orla Kiely x Uniqlo, Bag: Lulu Guinness, Shoes: Orla Kiely x Clarks)
Today it’s a full on Sixties style with this vintage striped dress featuring pearl buttons and gagged collar. I have styled with a daisy patterned top in a burst of red. Following on with the daisy theme are these Orla Bella loafers in blue and red. I’ve completed the look with a black eyed clutch.
(Playsuit: Topshop, Tights: Mary Quant, Shoes: Orla Kiely x Clarks, Bag: Lulu Guinness)
Today I went to Middlesbrough Does Vintage to hunt for Sixties finds and a spot of tea in fancy china and pretty cakes. I managed to find a beautiful high neck white lace shirt and blue and green square patterned cape. I chose to wear a Sixties inspired outfit for the vintage fair with this black playsuit with Peter Pan lace detailed neck and pearlescent buttons. I have accessorised with my Mary Quant daisy print back seamed stockings. I’ve paired with Orla Bella loafers featuring a daisy pattern and red block heel to complete the Mod look.
(Dungarees: Zara, Top: Orla Kiely x Uniqlo, Shoes: Orla Kiely x Clarks, Bag: Lulu Guinness)
Today I’m enjoying my last holiday as I return to work on Monday. It’s not the warmest day to pop out for stroll around the shops and tea and cakes. I chose to wear my longer denim dungarees, yes I’m still continuing to dress like a 5 year old. I have style with a yellow and cream daisy print top and matched it with yellow heels with punched out daisies. I’ve added my quirky eye bag to complete the look.
(Dress & Top: H&M, Shoes: Orla Kiely x Clarks)
Today I’m letting my inner child out dressing like I’m aged 5 again, oh dear! Is that ok for someone whose on the verge of turning 26? Maybe not but these shoes are to adorable and Mary Quant-esqe to pass by. With a tough desision of whether to choose red, pale blue or navy in the Orla Bobbie’s, I finally settled with the pale blue it’s a great shade for the summer months. I have styled them with a pale blue lace top to match and this fitted with a flared skirt dress, in a polka dot pattern and navy and white tones.
(Shirt: Topshop, Skirt: H&M, Shoes: Orla Kiely x Clarks, Coat: Zara, Bag: Orla Kiely)
When I fist saw the campaign images for Alexa Chung for AG the denim skirt & dress stud out. The collection was a little over priced so I’ve been looking for a look-a-like skirt for a while now. Asos/Esprit have a great alternative that almost look identical unfortunately that didn’t fit me. Finally I found this H&M skirt whilst shopping in Leeds last weekend, it fits perfectly and has a nice shape to it, the skirt is very reasonably price which is a bonus. I have styled with a pale blue shirt with pretty detailing and I’m being brave with this bright pink coat, it’s been freezing today! On Thursday night I splashed out on the new Orla Kiely for Clarks collection, I’ve been saving for these for some time now. Today it was my chance to wear one of the pairs, I chose the Orla Bibi in a stunning pale pink with decorative daisies punched out. I’ve paired the shoes with my Orla Kiely panda bag in a nude tone.
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(Jacket, Boots & Skirt: Zara, Top: Orla Kiely x Uniqlo, Necklaces: Kirks Folly & Kasabian, Hat: Maz Accessories)
It holiday time! Today was my last day at work for 10 days, its so nice to have some time off. The last time I was off for a week was August last year, so its some well deserved relaxing time. My outfit today is all about the Seventies from the shape and tone of the leather skirt to the fringe detailing around the bottom of my suede jacket. I have paired with this fabulously bright Orla Kiely signature leaf print top, which works perfectly with the tone of the skirt. I have accessorised with a black feather necklace continuing a hippy vibe and seaview moon necklace. I have gone for glittery black chelsea boots to complete the look.