Sometimes when you put an outfit on everything feels so right that you end up looking in the mirror thinking ‘Oh, I actually look how I think I look in my head!’. Whenever that thought pops up it’s usually after a glass of wine (it can be a great self-championing device) but this time all it took was this burgundy twosie (like onesie, but with two, obviously).
I’ve always been happy with how ‘straight up and down’ my figure is (waist, what waist?) but even I thought the cut, shape and ribbed material of the crop top and pencil skirt gave me some sort of, dare I say it, curves? Whatever it gave me, I felt so happy and confident in it, especially once I’d gotten over just how figure-hugging it is, which is something I usually steer clear of with clothes! And forgive me for wearing those white heels again, I just can’t help myself! x
Burgundy Crop Top – ASOS, Burgundy Pencil Skirt – ASOS, Shoes – Zara, Bag – Vintage, Necklace – Anna Lou of London
I can be my own cliché sometimes; this outfit features an unsurprisingly typical choice of t-shirt. But hey, I do love deer! The minute I spotted this t-shirt on the New In section of ASOS it was placed in my Saved List on automatic. I love the pastel mint colour and the print is so cute, I’m thinking of investing in a few Bambi-printed Paul & Joe Sister items.
Plus, with the weather staying warm enough for a skirt I thought it was about time I gave this white leather number its first outing of 2014. Considering the only time I got to wear it was in August of last year, I’ve got a good feeling about this summer! And while I do love my fair share of heels, sometimes a trusty pair of Converse just does the trick. Here’s to many more sunny Sundays (and rest-of-weeks!) x
T-Shirt – ASOS, Leather Skirt – ASOS, Shoes – Converse, Bag – Pepa Loves
I’m definitely a shoes kinda girl-accessories and jewellery don’t have me swooning the way a beautiful pair of shoes do. So you might have noticed from my Instagram photos last week that I have a new pair, mainly because I haven’t stopped wearing them- very un-cool of me considering three of my latest snaps feature these pointy white badboys, oopsie! I picked this pair up in a very upmarket second-hand shop in Dublin last weekend, and for an almost-new pair of Zara heels it was practically free (which totally justifies my purchase).
And unusually for me I’ve been pairing them with a lot of pink, and liking it. It’s only after I stepped outside that I realised just how bright this pink skirt is, and the way it’s cut makes me want to swish around (as you’ve seen above) all day long! It might sound strange describing a skirt as ‘fun’ but this skirt is really fun to wear (I don’t get any points for accurate clothes reviews, I know). I’m also currently in an ultra-girly phase of dressing, so I know these shoes will be making their way through my wardrobe. Plus, if you caught a few of my latest purchases, you’ll know to expect a four-legged animal on here soon too! Watch this (deer-shaped) space ; ) x
Shirt – ASOS, Skirt – ASOS (Similar), Bag – Britstitch, Shoes – Zara, Watch – Olivia Burton