Harajuku Inspirations







Outfit Details: 
Headband: New Look
Jumper: Missguided
Blouse: Missguided
Jeans: H+M
Doc Martens: super lucky eBay find
Bag: Missguided
Bunny Ring: H+M
Camera Ring: Temporary Secretary

Makeup Details:
Face:  No7 BB Cream, Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer, Rimmel Stay Matte Powder, Benefit Sugarbomb, Benefit High Beam
Eyes: E.L.F Shimmer Palette, PixiGlow Fairy Face Palette
Lips: I was so sure I wore Topshop's Macaroon this day, however, Topshop Macaroon is NOT this colour...it could be E.L.F Matte Lip Colour in Coral on second thoughts.

So, I felt ever so slightly Harajuku when I wore this outfit. I think swap my casual jeans for a big pink tutu and I would have been dead on! Something about my lovely floral headband, the gorgeous pastel hues and obsession with doll like makeup at the moment just reminded me so much of Harajuku fashions I used to spend hours staring at online. I adore this outfit. I used to hate trousers with a passion, but I'm fully embracing them now and I love wearing them. I've finally managed to realise I can still look cute and put together without the need for a skirt or dress and I think this outfit is a classic example of that. 

Collars are one of my true loves in life, so I feel the need to fit them into as many outfits as possible. Winter is great for this because I've realised I love pairing my pretty collared shirts underneath my growing jumper collection. This jumper is an absolute gem from Missguided. Admittedly, it wasn't the colour I was expecting when it arrived but I fell in love anyway and I have been getting a lot of wear out of it. This is actually a very Missguided centered post now I think about it. In fact, I think every outfit post on this blog features some Missguided. I think they must be one of my favourites...(I took some photographs today that break the pattern though!)

My pink Doc Martens don't get nearly enough wear. I have two pairs of them, a black pair and this pair but they both butcher my feet so much. It's alright if I have the foresight to put plasters on beforehand and I don't need to do too much walking, but generally, I always come home with wrecked feet and a desire never to wear them again. It's sad, because I look at my outfits where I wear them and I just love them so much. I'm glad I've managed to incorporate my black Doc Martens into my daily life a bit more often now, but my pink ones are still horrible. Maybe I should just persevere!

This was yet another Sunday outfit worn to visit my Dad's house. I actually live for Sunday's at the minute. Nothing beats a day spent with your family.

Do you own Doc Martens? How long did it take you to break them in?