Sunday, 15 September 2013

Full Bloom






top: zara
jeans: topshop 'joni'
platform trainers: asos
handbag: céline
necklace: zara
bracelet: bcbgmaxzaria
watch: michael kors
jewelled ring: topshop
stacking rings: h&m
nails: maybelline colour show 'orange attack'
lips: mac 'pure zen'

This is probably the first Sunday outfit post in the history of my blog! I'm usually too busy or tired to post anything on the weekends but as I didn't go out last night I'm feeling very fresh! Today is my sister's 24th birthday so we are all heading out for a lovely Sunday lunch to celebrate. I've just realised how very Summery this outfit is compared to the dark grey gloomy weather outside! I bought this Zara floral t-shirt whilst I was away in Marbella this Summer and really loved the little detailed floral print. I never usually wear pastel blue but I actually quite like it against my skin tone. I've worn this with my Topshop pastel Joni jeans which have literally been my ultimate Summer jeans over the past few months. They're incredibly flattering/ comfortable/ easy to wear/ everything you want in a pair of jeans! I couldn't recommend these jeans more but it's probably slightly late to buy them now we're heading into a much colder season. Although I still don't think that will stop me wearing them with my oversized chunky knits and faux fur coats!

I'm heading to London Fashion Week tomorrow for the Burberry Prorsum show and I'm stupidly excited! I got to attend a few shows in February whilst I was living/ working in London which was amazing so I can't wait to be back around the buzz of fashion week. I think I've finally decided on my outfit after weeks of panicking so I'll be sure to take some photographs before I leave. I can't promise I will be able to post tomorrow as it seems like a pretty hectic day but I will as soon as I can!


1 comment:

  1. You have the most gorgeous eyes EVER! Love this outfit, it's so fresh! So jel you get to go to the Burberry show ahhh have fun!

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