This post’s outfit has a grungey vintage feel to it with the oversized denim jacket and my scuffed up urban outfitters boots.The pink dip dye on the denim has a more current feel to it & I always throw it on to update an outfit! My shirt is from Henry Holland’s collection in debenhams, ‘H!’. Henry Holland is my favourite designer so I’m always looking for the best stuff in his ‘H!’ collection – student life doesn’t allow for purchasing stuff from his catwalk collections! I love the leather collar on the shirt which I’ve paired with my spiked necklace and the print of the shirt is also one of the things that drew me to it as it has such a 60’s vintage look to it. Happy Blogging x
New Years Eve gave me the perfect excuse for a little shopping spree, but I was really disappointed by the lack of interesting clothes in the shops! So, I ended up stocking up on accessories instead. I’m completely in love with my new snakeskin (faux of course), box bag as I’ve wanted a box bag for ages but haven’t been able to find a decent one until now! I couldn’t resist buying a matching ring and a few pairs of earrings too, spikes and studs as per!
My First ‘Style Diary’ post is somewhat makeshift – typical English weather has left me hibernating inside, instead of venturing outdoors. I decided to brave a crop top as I absolutely love this black mesh top from ‘Topshop’ and refuse to only wear it on nights out. I paired it with my high-waisted acid wash jeans and ‘ASOS’ flatforms. My obsession with studs and spikes is still all consuming hence the silver, spiked necklace from Topman and the studded belt! I’ve also ‘borrowed’ my sister’s leopard print backpack which I brought her for Christmas. The dark hues of the outfit paired with the flatform shoes have quite a grungey feel which I’ve adopted quite a lot recently- possibly due to the grungey feel of the winter weather! Happy Blogging x
My move up to London at the beginning of September had an amazing start when a friend and I met Olivia Palermo at London Fashion Week! I love her classic, feminine style, especially her vintage looking sunglasses. Overall, I’ve had an amazing first term at London College of Fashion and it’s really inspired me to start my own blog, documenting my ever changing personal style and the trends that inspire me! Hope you like it x