Denim Jacket: Topshop
Pastel Sheer Shirt: Cafe Society
Charcoal Disco Pants: eBay
Shoes: Vivienne Westwood via eBay
Lipstick: Rimmel Lasting Finish Lipstick in Pink Blush
(can't actually remember the rest, oops.)
E.L.F Mint Green, Barry M Strawberry Ice Cream, Barry M Berry Ice Cream and eBay Nail Glitters
So I've had this top for ages so when I put it on, I didn't think anything of it. I was feeling creative that day so I decided to do my nails to match and have a play with the nail glitters I bought in my last eBay haul. It wasn't until I stepped out of the house that I realised that actually, I had done my outfit and nails to match my blog layout as the colour schemes are so so so similar! I actually really like the idea of matching my outfit to my blog, I feel like a proper brand now. If only I'd gone round handing my business cards out on this day! Ah well :)
I love this sheer shirt. I bought it in my last year of university when I was meant to be looking for something entirely different but I just couldn't resist. Since then I've worn it a lot when it has been warmer but mainly with my pink skinny jeans. It was on a whim that I decided to pair it with my charcoal disco pants but looking back, I think it works. I decided to be pretty minimal with my accessories because I think it works as a very simple outfit. Not to mention I couldn't actually fasten and unfasten the necklace I originally planned with my nails on...
This was worn for one of my regular coffee dates in Leeds. At the moment I feel like I only ever get dressed to do that or go to work. In fact, at the minute, I only feel like I get dressed to go to work. Admittedly I've just had two days off and I've worn a nice outfit each day but I haven't actually gone anywhere...
Bit of a ramble this one wasn't it?! Would you ever dress to match your blog layout?