Fluff, Lace and Suede
Hello little Christmas fairies! Still in a food coma from eating too many sprouts and celebrations? I am. I hope you had a very merry Christmas as much as I did and that Santa brought you everything you wished for and more!
This weekend I went out to celebrate Christmas with my friends so I thought I would share with you what I wore.
THE COAT! how pretty and fluffy is it!? and for £10 in the Primark sale I just fell in love with it even more. Apart from getting stuff you would never imagine stuck in this coat and creating little fur balls this coat is worth the ten pounds! I got so many compliments at weekend some lovely and some a little bit strange.. ”I think I saw you on the top of my Christmas tree” and ”You look like a sheep, but in a good way!” This coat will give your party look that little boost of sassiness and make you feel a million dollars even if its Primark and costs only ten English pounds, I REPEAT £10! Grab it while its still there because like they say, you don’t know what you’ve got until its gone!
With my coat I wore a white lace mini from H&M. I bought this dress last year for a special gig I went to and its been left in my wardrobe ever since, so I thought I would take it out to revive the party with plenty of red stripe and all night groovin. I love the sleeve details and the low cut back on this dress and it also gives off some boho vibes.
My suede boots are from Primark and were also £10! Primark you are winning my heart lately.. the boots are a really lovely faux suede material and have a circle block heel. The only downside of these boots is that I would of liked them to come over the knee rather than just below but I do like how the boots completed my outfit and gave it some 70’s lovin.
COAT – PRIMARK
DRESS – H&M
BOOTS – PRIMARK
CHOKER – DEPOP
STAR NECKLACE – CARD FACTORY
Hello Hello! I feel like I have really neglected my blog this month so I thought I would do a quick blog post featuring my new Fred Perry shirt!
I was delighted to be asked to take part in the new Fred Perry project #AnnualTraditions. I was asked to put up some of my favourite annual tradition images onto social media using the hash tags #AnnualTraditions #FPAmbassador (You can see some of my annual traditions below) Fred Perry would then use everyone’s images to create little annual tradition clips ‘Always different, Always the same’ with Vicky McClure being the voice over.
As a gift in return Fred Perry sent me one of The Lists Fred Perry polo shirts. I really love the colours on this one, the blue and maroon colours look lovely together.
My Annual Traditions
To see more annual tradition images type in the hash tags #AnnualTraditions #FPAmbassador into your preferred social media site or go to the Fred Perry’s original Instagram, Facebook and Twitter account.
Styling My Fred Perry
With my Fred Perry polo I paired my Topshop cropped kick flare jeans. These jeans are honestly one of the best pairs of jeans I have ever owned. Us girls know the struggle of finding the perfect fit jeans right? Too big on the waist, leg length too long, too baggy on the butt.. but my gosh as soon as I tried these baby’s on I knew straight away it was a match made in moto jean heaven!
I also wore my M&S faux snake skin boots, these boots were limited edition and unfortunately sold out before I could grab my hands on them! A few weeks later I saw them for sale on depop in my size.. I knew right at that moment.. it was fait.
The jeans give the outfit that ‘This is England’ skin head vibe whilst the snake skin boots give the outfit a twist of mod.
FRED PERRY SHIRT – FRED PERRY
JEANS – TOPSHOP
MOC CROC BAG – ex boyfriend’s grandma’s (sorry not sorry)
FAUX SNAKE SKIN BOOTS – MARKS AND SPENCER