Friday, 11 October 2013

✿ ❀ ❁ Vintage Inspired ✿ ❀ ❁


Hey guys, just a quick 'personal style' post for you! :) 



This is what I wore the other day for a trip out shopping in the late Summer/ early Autumn sunshine! I thought the outfit was a little bit vintage looking hence my crafty cameo style photoshopping haha. The top is a little cropped t shirt style jumper from Topshop - it was a little bit pricey for what it is but I bought it with a gift card so I felt ok buying it because it is so pretty!! I think this thin knit in a t shirt cut looks so cute and 1950's style, I can't wait to wear it with a midi length a-line skirt now that its a bit chilly! I thought the crochet detail would really compliment this adorable lacy skirt I got for my birthday from my boyfriend's sister (thankyouuu!) I think it also has a nice vintage-y style to it and it reminds me of delicate petticoats *swoon* I added a pair of pearl earrings (again a gift, I'm such a lucky girl) to really top off the 50's look and trotted on my merry way :) 





Top - topshop
Skirt - h&m (gift)
Shoes - Primark
Earrings - unknown (gift)

Now that the cold winds are really starting to blow in London I think this is definitely the last of my pasty white pins you shall have to suffer until next year (cheers from all!) 

I am pretty excited to be piling on the layers and wearing Primark super cosy tights (have you tried these yet??!! SO COSY.. the packaging DOES NOT lie) and of course my (almost) favourite time of the year is approaching, Halloweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen!!! What are you going to be for Halloween? I was thinking of doing some costume idea posts, what do you think?

LOVEEEEEEEEEEEE
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1 comment:

  1. You look beautiful! Those earrings are stunning :) xx

    // Inês Paúl //

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