WHAT I WEAR TO UNI | MAY 2019

HOW DID THAT HAPPEN | ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

Now I can’t believe I am saying this. The week just gone was my last ever week at uni – how mad is that!? Those three years have gone by so quickly I can’t tell you. So to commemorate my last week I thought I would document what I wore to uni. I didn’t have much on but was busy going in and out of uni preparing for the degree show and getting last minute bits done before I left Manchester for a while!

 

Monday

 

Outfit Details:

Top: Primark

Trousers: H&M

Earrings: Lovisa

Headband: Lovisa

Shoes: Adidas

Tuesday

 

Outfit Details:

Jumper: Monki

Skirt: Primark

Necklace: Primark

Scrunchie: Primark

Earrings: Lovisa

Boots: Doc Martin

 

Wednesday

 

Outfit Details:

Jumper: American Apparel (PLT Similar)

Trousers: H&M

Scrunchie: Primark

Earrings: Lovisa

Shoes: Fila

 

 

Thursday

 

 

Outfit Details:

Top: Primark

Jeans: Topshop

Shoes: Fila

 

Friday

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Outfit Details:

Roll Neck: Primark

Dress: H&M (No longer available)

Waistcoat: PLT (I think but can’t remember)

Necklace: Primark

Earrings: Lovisa

Boots: Doc Martin

 

Coat I wore this whole week = Miss Selfridge (H&M Similar).

 

I hope you enjoyed this more simple take on a look book and I hope it gave you some inspiration into what to wear to uni.

 

Lots of love x

 

 

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DRINKS IN LONDON | APRIL 2019

WHAT A VIEW | ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

Last week (who’s surprised I’m always working a week behind) I headed into London for my besties 21st birthday drinks in this amazing roof top bar Jin Bo Law. Located right next to Aldgate station situated in the heart of London surrounded by all the famous landmarks such as The Shard, The Gherkin and The Sky Garden, it really is the place to be on a Friday night. The view was stunning both in the day and at night (pro tip if you go to a roof top bar or viewing platform go at around 4 when you can get the most of the day and evening catching the sunset. So perfect).

For cocktails they had a great variety – mocktails too – and at typical London prices you cannot really complain. As we had a booked table the service was great and the bar staff were so attentive. However food is much much pricer! So eat a big meal before you go haha.

It was a struggle to decide what to wear. With having had such a lovely hot easter weekend ruined by cold weather I was conflicted in what to choose as I didn’t want to be cold. So I opted for a midi dress which I have been loving the style of recently and paired it with a cute crotchet effect top new in from Stradivarius. I thought it made an interesting outfit with the princess style of the skirt and the girly top it really complimented each other well. I paired with a leather jacket, you can never go wrong with a leather jacket for an evening so definitely invest (mine isn’t real leather so not as expensive but still pricey enough on a student budget).  I really want to get an oversized one as I think they look really cool however having two leather jackets may be a bit over the top! For my shoes my trusty shiny sandals pulled through and I wore those  which complimented the grey skirt so well. And of course in my hair I wore a clip – wont stop loving this trend for a while. Lots of people asked if I wore it as a happy birthday and were asking where the birthday clip was, and as nice as that gesture would be that didn’t even cross my mind haha! Nonetheless a really great accessory to the outfit. I’ve noticed Primark starting to sell hair clips so I’m very happy about that. Overall I was pleased with my outfit choice and think it had the right vibe for a day to evening outfit! Definitely a dressy place if you do go.

 

Outfit Details:

Top: Stradivarius

Dress: Topshop (No Longer Available)

Shoes: River Island (Similar style at Topshop)

Leather Jacket: River Island 

Hair Clip: New Look

Overall it was a great few hours and such a fab place to celebrate a birthday! I hope you enjoyed this look and stay tuned for more from me! Posts may be a bit sporadic due to exam season so I hope you don’t mind!

Lots of love x

EASTER OOTD| 21.04.2019

THE EASTER BUNNY CALLED| ISABELLA ROSE,

Hey guy and gals,

I hope you all had a fab Easter weekend last week. The sun was shining, the birds were chirping, the food was endless. I love a good food filled weekend and with all the chocolate easter eggs it almost, almost, comes close to Christmas!

The day for me consisted of eating lots of chocolate and eating a roast dinner outside – not something I have ever done or thought I would be able to do on Easter! Considering this time three years ago I was bundled in a coat and scarf – absolute madness, global warming for you. What did you all get up to for Easter? Do you have an Easter egg hunt? Big meal with the family? Sit and watch a film? Or go on a long walk! It would be interesting to know what you all get up to as I bet we all have some different tradition.

With the lovely weather, which I am super sad has gone now but cannot wait until the summer! I decided to put on a beautiful white dress which I love. It’s such a pretty dress and really flattering. There is just something about a white dress which I love, so fairy like. I didn’t actually get a picture of the back of this dress but it is gorgeous with intricate scrappy detailing leaving an open back style which is another feature on dresses I love. Sadly the dress is no longer available 😦 But I have linked one similar.

 

Outfit Details:

Dress: Forever21 (Similar)

Earrings: Primark

Denim Jacket: Missguided

Hope you all enjoyed this post. It seems my OOTD and Look books are the posts you enjoy so I will definitely be posting more! See you next week for another post!

Lots of Love x

 

NORFOLK LOOKBOOK | APRIL 2019

TRIP AWAY TO NORFOLK | ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

Happy Easter!! Hope you’re having a fab day in the lovely weather we have been blessed with.

A few weekends ago I headed down to Norfolk for a long weekend to celebrate my nan’s birthday. Despite the weather being cold (cannot believe I’m saying that with it now 25 degrees!) it was such a lovely place with so much to do! We went to the beach and saw tonnes of seals (which were adorable), we went to a windmill for a coffee, we went to the town and saw a variety of arcades, and had lots of yummy food throughout the weekend.   Overall was very relaxing and a nice distraction from the impending uni deadlines!

I managed to snap some of my looks so I hope you enjoy. This post is a little shorter than usual compared to my regular rambling but there isn’t too much to ramble about today so you’ll just have to take in the looks haha.

 

Outfit One

The first day I spent the majority of it travelling so went for a cosy look. This jumper :O Now I know I’m trying to stop shopping and cut back on the amount I buy and buy more mindfully but I have to say this is one of my favourite purchases in a long time and will stay in my wardrobe forever. It is so comfy and snuggly and so so warm! Perfect for travelling as you are essentially wearing pj’s and perfect if you get quite cold like me ( I ended up wearing it most of the weekend to keep warm as it was so cold and windy!). They even have it in a cream colour if you’re not into pink, I hope they bring out some other colours as would love a back up whilst it is in the wash- gonna be perfect for winter! Paired with some comfy trousers and my Fila’s – the only shoes I managed to bring home with me for Easter but I’m not complaining haha. So cosy and such a great travelling outfit. I’m thinking of doing an outfits for travelling post soon as I have seemed to crack it and can give you guys some good tips!

Outfit Details:

Jumper: ISawItFirst

Trousers: H&M

Shoes: Fila

Bag: Louis Vuitton 

 

Outfit Two

On the Saturday we headed to a really beautiful windmill for a coffee, then to the beach to see the seals and my were they adorable! I was expecting to only see a few however there were around 50! Such lovely animals. I layered up today wearing a jumper, my fleece and my coat. I even put my headband around my ears to keep them warm haha. Paired with the same trousers as I packed quite light – again another post idea how to pack light may be a post I will do in the future! Another simple outfit – just what I love.

 

Outfit Details:

Jumper: American Apparel (no longer available)

Fleecy Jumper: ISawItFirst

Coat: Bershka

Trousers: H&M

Shoes: Fila

Bag: Louis Vuitton 

Headband: PLT (no longer available)

For the evening we just headed out for dinner. A simple layered look for me was the way forward with my cute champagne slip dress a leopard belt and some silver necklaces.

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Outfit details:

Top: Primark

Dress: Missguided (Similar)

Belt: Primark

Necklaces: Primark

Outfit Three

On our final day we headed for a Sunday lunch and then travelled back home. I decided to dress up a little more today so I wore this gorgeous skirt from Primark which I had been wanting the leopard version for the longest time. Trust me whenever I went into Primark I would head over to where they were and see if they had my size – of course they never did. But a few weeks ago I went in and found this zebra version and I LOVE IT! Its so cute! However fits a bit funny as I tried on an 8 in the leopard and it was too big but this zebra one is quite small and I have to wiggle to get into it however I’m not complaining as I love it so much! Now yes I do still buy some clothes but I do not purchase anywhere near as much and the movement towards a more sustainable wardrobe will take time and a change in shopping habits! I don’t think I could go cold turkey and never shop again but I will slowly shop fast fashion less and less! After all I do love the fashion industry and buying clothes. Anyway I paired the skirt with a black jumper which is such a staple in my wardrobe now – these are the pieces I am going to build my wardrobe up on and have for such a long time. Then Filas and my Bershka coat- job done.

 

Outfit Details:

Jumper: Monki (Got this in the sale for around £10 so check in store if they have any! Such a bargain). 

Skirt: Primark

Coat: Bershka

Necklaces: Primark

Bag: Louis Vuitton  (Similar)

 

I hope you enjoyed my lookbook – there will definitely be more over summer fingers crossed I will be travelling a few places so will have some great opportunities to show you my outfits! Stay tuned next week for an Easter Blog.

Lots of Love x

 

 

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OOTD | 21.03.2019

NQ I LOVE YOU | ISABELLA ROSE,

Hey guys and gals,

An outfit of the day for you today! I went to Black Milk this day and got some delicious waffles, it has to be said I think they do some of the best waffles I have ever had, so light and fluffy! Black milk is easily my second home in Manchester, especially in first year I went at least once a month! I had to take up the chance to get some pics whilst in the Northern Quarter so I thought it would be perfect to show you what I wore.

These have to be my favourite posts as I love showing you guys my style and how it can change from casual to dressy with some outfits heavily accessorised and some more laid back!

Now the red coat which you’re all probably sick of seeing but is such a fab piece and I’m so happy I invested and bought it. It makes a statement in any of my outfits so I paired this with a simple grey crop and my favourite pair of jeans which fit so nicely on me and I never want to take off! I love when you buy pieces that you just absolutely adore and want to wear all day everyday! It really makes them worth the money. On my feet I wore my Nike trainers which I think are some of the comfiest I own and so easy to pair with anything as are a nude colour. I think it’s important to invest in more expensive trainers especially if you’re going to wear them everyday as they’re much better support for your feet and don’t wear out as quickly! Of course we had a clip in my hair this one is again from Superdrug, fuelling my hair clip obsession! I’m really enjoying this trend even if it does make me look 15 haha.

Outfit Details:

Coat: Bershka

Top: Topshop (Similar)

Jeans: Topshop

Trainers: Fila

Earrings: Primark

So that’s it! I hope you enjoyed this look and I can’t wait to share with you some more spring/ summer looks in the coming weeks when the weather hopefully picks up!

Lots of love x

THE IMPORTANCE OF STYLING | MARCH 2019

THE SUSTAINABILITY SERIES // ONE| ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

Earlier this year in my New Years Resolution post I spoke about wanting to be more sustainable in my fashion wearing. This post today is going to the first post in a series  that will be related to becoming more sustainable when it comes to fashion and consumption! The volume of clothes thrown away by consumers and the vast amount that is bought each day from fast fashion companies is a massive contribution to the damage we are doing daily to the environment. It is so easy to style items in a way that means you can have so many different outfits. Let’s try and break our habits of picking up new clothes each week or each month. Let us extend the lives and usage of our clothes but inventing new ways to wear them. And I want to show you just how easy it is. So here goes. 

ONE SKIRT FIVE WAYS

My statement piece for these looks is my dotty wrap skirt from Brandy Melville, I think it is super cute and such a versatile piece! It’s always good to have statement pieces in your wardrobe, like classic pieces to me they are just as easy to create a multitude of outfits from. So find your statement piece, may it be a pair of jeans or a tshirt or even an accessory like a belt own it and wear it in more ways than one.

 

Look One | Layer Up

Layering is a look you know I live and die in. It adds so much depth to an outfit and is a great way to keep warm in the cold wintery months. It is something I have started experimenting more with this last season past A/W and I have to say I adore it – which you can probably tell from my previous posts.

Layer a jumper over a roll neck and you have such an effortless and cool look yet you will stay super warm! I would 100% Recommend buying yourself one of these jumpers – mine is from American Apparel and I have had it years and still wear it today, so pick yours up from PLT and you won’t regret it!

Outfit Details:

Skirt: Brandy Melville

Jumper: American Apparel (similar) (PLT version).

Roll neck: Topshop (No longer available – similar 1) (similar 2)

Necklace: Primark

 

Look Two | Casual Day

A bodysuit is a piece that is so beautiful with a skirt. The pop of pink from the barbie logo adds such a nice feminine touch to this outfit really transforming this look from the first.

Pairing with a white top really brings out the white polka dots in this skirt! With the Barbie slogan in pink adds another dimension and a touch of colour to the outfit!

Outfit Details:

Bodysuit: Missguided (No longer available).

Skirt: Brandy Melville

Earrings: Primark

 

Look Three |Hoodie Me Up

When you’re feeling lazy chuck on a hoodie with the skirt and some high top converse or even boots and you have such a cool look going for you. With the neon earrings there is an added edge to this look combined with the font on the hoodie.

Outfit Details:

Skirt: Brandy Melville

Hoodie: Missguided (No longer available)

 

Look Four | Accessorise To The Ends

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Wearing a more bold skirt with a plain t-shirt and accessorise with some earrings and a scrunchie and you can totally transform the look. Accessories are the best and easiest way to transform a look. Best suited for a nice sunny day.

Outfit Details:

Skirt: Brandy Melville

Top: Forever21

Earrings and Scrunchie: Primark

 

Look Five | Pattern Clashing

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Now this look might scare a lot of you but pattern clashing can work so well. I think the mix of the small polka dot with a larger animal print makes it much easier to wear and less garish. Try it out and see how you like it!

Outfit Details:

Skirt: Brandy Melville

Jumper: Miss Selfridge

Earrings: Primark

 

Look Six | Feminie Chic

 

Now this is one of my favourite looks (apart from the layering). I think the nude works so well with the black and white polka dot skirt, combined with the delicate light blue lace bra peeking out, it really adds an extra touch and creates such a feminine look.

Outfit Details:

Skirt: Brandy Melville

Jumper: ISawItFirst

Earrings: Brandy Melville

 

ONE PIECE TRANSITIONED BETWEEN SEASONS

Transitioning between seasons is a really easy way to get the best use out of your clothes. Don’t let those summer pieces go to waste, they can be used in the winter for equally cute outfits. Now this doesn’t work as well from winter to summer as you can’t really wear your big fluffy jumpers in summer however, if the world goes upside down in the next few years feel free to wear them all season round! Hahaha. The staple piece for this section is my leopard print bandeau from Brandy Melville.

 

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Now this look is perfect for a brunch on a lovely spring day. Far too cold for a lone bandeau and trousers so throw on a lovely white shirt, adding a chic touch to this look.

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Outfit Details:

Top: Brandy Melville

Shirt: Forever21 (Similar)

Trousers: Primark

 

Summer Lovin’: 

Now this next look would be so adorable on holiday in the nice heat of the sun. Pair with brown sandals and you have yourself a lovely day or evening look!

 

 

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Top: Brandy Melville

Skirt: Primark

 

A/W You Decide:

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Depending on how warm you like to be in the winter this last outfit could transition really easily from autumn to winter. This was one of my favourite ways to wear bandeaus over the winter 18. keeping you warm yet looking super cute with the layered feel (my fave). Pair with some black jeans to let the top do the talking and you have a great outfit ready to go.

Outfit Details:

Top: Brandy Melville

Roll Neck: Primark

Leggings: VS (No longer available)

 

I hope this has shown you how easy it is to use your pieces in a way that you can wear and wear them time and time again! I wanted to show you how we can consume less – although this may be difficult it will be worth it for the planet in the long run! I would love to hear your guys ideas on how to make your clothes last longer and how to create new outfits with them!

Lots of love x

 

NEON | MARCH 2019

BE BRIGHT IN A DULL WORLD | ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

If you haven’t seen this trend surfacing out of the dull water for the past month or so then you must be under a rock – because honestly how could you miss it?! But seriously all jokes aside neon has become a massive hit recently, across bloggers, influencers and fashion retailers, It even made an appearance in February’s Vogue front cover with the use of bright neon orange for the lettering! Now I have to say neon is very very very out of my comfort zone and I am still trying to get on board with it. I’ve spent time trying to find the most wearable pieces for me. Despite seeing so many people on instagram completely rocking fluorescent orange tops and bright green cycling shorts, it just isn’t something that is my style. Which is completely fine not everyone can wear absolutely everything that comes into trend – I mean I’m sure there is someone who can and you are very lucky. However, even though it may not be my style I have found a love for neon accessories, that I have added into my wardrobe to add a little bit of brightness.

 

Earring one | Neon Geometric

The easiest way to style any trend is to start with accessories – probably explains why I have managed to incorporate neon into my looks. So I headed into Primark of course and I found some absolute gems. These lovely floral-esc drop earrings in the most dashing fluroscent green. Pairing with my red coat I love the contrast  I think it makes such a statement. Or I would pair with an all monochrome outfit and let the earrings do the talking – or I should really say shouting – neon is very loud after all.

Details: 

Earrings: Primark

Coat: Bershka

Jumper: American Apparel (PLT similar)

Bandaue: Brandy Melville

Skirt: Topshop

Earring Two | Neon Leopard

Now this next pair use my favourite print and add a bit of spice to it with a lovely orange neon colour. Something about these two tones really work for me and compliment each other so well it’s such a lovely colour palette. Again some drop earrings – I’m slowly transitioning from hoops to drops, is anyone else?

Details:

Earrings: Primark

Top: Topshop

Hair clips: Superdrug

 

Dress One | Neon Piped

Now I don’t own this dress but I saw it in H&M and just had to try it on because I thought it was again another great way to get neon into an outfit with out it being too much. The piped detailing is so subtle yet adds such a nice touch. The only reason I didn’t buy it is because I would have preferred it with short sleeves for the hopeful upcoming warmer months.

Details: 

Dress: H&M (Similar) – Can’t find it online for some reason.

Earrings: Lovisa

Hair Clips: Superdrug

 

My fave neon pieces I just haven’t bought (but maybe I will in a few weeks?)

Square Neck Dress

Diamante Dress

Short Sleeve Logo Bodysuit 

High Neck Bodysuit

Neon Blazer

Neon Bikini (Plus its recycled materials)

Now I know I don’t have much to show you but maybe I could do a part 2 if I ever slowly transition further into the neon trend and buy those pieces I linked. But I assume a lot of you guys will be less brave like me and enjoy these few accessories that will allow you to dip your toe into the neon waters.

Neon. Made easy.

Lots of Love x

 

OOTN |02.02.2019

‘TYPICAL’ NIGHT IN MANNY| ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

Another little outfit post for you beauties! First of all how is it already basically the end of March!? Jan went on for what seemed like forever, I then blinked and it was March! Mad how the time goes by, probably because I have been keeping my weekends busy with lots of fun events (hence my recently somewhat exciting blog posts)!

My bestest friend from home came to visit me a few weekends back and we headed out for drinks to Sunset by Australasia. I’ve never been before and it’s such a lovely place! The interior, the vibe (it was buzzing, absolutely packed – rightly so on a Saturday night), everything about the bar was totally up my ally. They even do mocktails which is perfect for any of us non-drinkers out there, or a fab array of cocktails for those of you who enjoy a drink! I really hate when a bar doesn’t have mocktails as I think all bars should be inclusive of us who don’t drink but still want to go to a bar and drink something a bit more exciting than a lemonade or coke!

As Sunset is a dressy place I made sure to dress appropriately, some of you may think I wasn’t dressy enough but high heels and a mini dress isn’t for me unless its a very special occasion! It is still quite cold in Manchester (and rainy – VERY rainy), that heatwave a few weeks back, yeah lasted all of 5 minutes, so I wore my black aviator out with me as I didn’t  want to catch a chill! My trousers from Boohoo were such a great find, I love them so much for an evening, they are just so easy to pair with anything. A bandeau was my top of choice – funny as I used to really dislike the idea of a bandaeus. But they are my go to for any night, I think having your shoulders out is so so flattering especially if you have the rest of your body covered up! On my feet are probably the best purchase I have ever made. Little me at 16 would never have realised how much use I now get out of these gorgeous metallic shoes. My friends are always saying how they wish they had a pair as they are so great for a night out when you don’t want to wear 7 inch heels! They would definitely go in my top ten most worn items (maybe I should do a post on that, that would be fun). To accessorise I of course put a hair pin in (not really surprised that the bouncers asked my age when walking up to the entrance). Even though they make me look younger I am so here for the hair clip trend. For earrings I wore a new pair I had bought that day from Lovisa which is a really nice jewellery place that always has such fab deals on and such unique earrings!

 

Outfit Details:

Bandaue: Brandy Melville

Trousers: Boohoo

Shoes: River Island (No longer available)

Coat: Miss Selfridge (Similar)

Earrings: Lovisa

Hairclip: Superdrug

Sunset By Australasia

 

 

I had such a lovely time with my friend that weekend, I wish I could have her up every weekend! Will be sad to be leaving all these adventures behind when I graduate. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this little outfit of the night!

Lots of love x

 

THE YEAR OF 21ST’S | FEBRUARY 2019

WHAT TO WEAR TO ENDLESS 21ST’S | ISABELLA ROSE

Hey guys and gals,

So 2019 is the year of 21st’s for me anyway, in June I will be 21!! Hard to believe I know! I think the biggest dilemma when it comes to big birthdays – I think maybe more a dilemma for 18th’s when people all had big house parties – is what to wear!? Well you have come to the right post. Today I will be sharing tips and tricks on what to wear on perhaps one of the busiest years (when it comes to birthdays) and how you can save money by not needing to buy a new outfit for each party / meal / whatever it may be. So let’s get started!

 

The LBD

Can never go wrong with a little black dress. This would be perfect for dressy nights out, fancy dinners or drinks! Such a versatile piece that you can easily style up or down allowing many options to be made from one dress. This ‘Waffle Knotch LBD’ from Topshop at £16 is perfect for your needs! Dress up with heels and a blazer or a leather jacket or dress down with a T-shirt through over and some comfy chunky trainers.

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(Photo from Topshop)

 

Details: Topshop

 

The Blazer Dress

Now possibly my favourite dress I have seen recently yet still hunting for one that is affordable and looks flattering on me, which is a struggle being short (recommendations kindly welcomed)! PLT the beloved for blazer dresses – they have soo many options its great. This beautiful ‘Camel Blazer Dress’ comes in at £40 will look great at any occasion for a 21st! Wear open with trousers and a crop underneath or go daring and wear unbuttoned to show some skin with some striking trousers! Gorg for an afternoon tea or meal out with the girls.

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(Photo from PLT)

Details: PLT

 

The Co- Ord Set

This absolutely gorgeous blush pink co-ord set comes in at £43 so a little more pricey but one of the more versatile pieces I have shown. With the ability to wear together and both separately and not only style in many different ways to create a new look. Chunky trainers or heels and you have completely transformed the styling of this co – ord. And I have to say Missguided really do some of the best co-ords.

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(Photo from Missguided)

Details: Missguided

 

The Midi Skirt

The rise of the midi skirt is something that has been slowly creeping through our Instagram timelines and into our daily wardrobes. The ‘Two Tone Knit Skit’ from Zara will give an element of class to any outfit with the flattering length and tight fit. Pair with a crop such as the one from the co – ord set or even a T-shirt if you’re going for a casual lunch. Pair with a blouse or dressy top for an evening occasion and you are good to go.

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(Photo from Zara)

Details: Zara

The Leather Trouser

 

Now leather trousers. Can be a love or hate, I think they are such a nice piece to add to a wardrobe. Pair with a nice crop top or a beautiful blouse chuck on a leather jacket and you will look super cool. Heels or trainers? The choice is yours!

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(Photo from Bershka)

Details: Bershka 

The Blouse

And finally the blouse. Again so so versatile. Can be worn with a bandeau underneath to add a bit of print into the outfit and a new texture. Wear as a dress if you buy oversized. Wear with nice trousers or a midi skirt. Over jeans for a more casual look. The options are endless! The ‘PLT Satin Button Front Shirt’ is a firm favourite in the fashion community and I have to say for the price it is really beautiful and comes in a variety of colours (champagne or white is my favourite). Eat your heart out!

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(Photo from PLT)

Details: PLT

 

There you have it! Hopefully this has given you some inspiration if you are in your year of 18th’s or 21st’s to some items you could pick up to wear along the way. It is so so easy to style this pieces in so many ways to suit every occasion possible that trust me, if you are wise you will not be breaking the bank today!! Happy partying!!

Lots of love x

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