Dress – Glamorous | Leggings – H&M | Denim jacket – thrifted | Boots – Koi Couture | Rings – vintage | Bracelets – Guess | Cuff – vintage | Nail polish – Silver Bullet @ H&M (set of three)
Hello lovely readers!
My terrible cold has drifted away, along with the remnants of jet lag, although I’m still suffering from post-Russia depression; it’s a lovely place which is bound to be missed! I’ve been babbling on about my holiday to Russia for a while on my posts, but I would more importantly like to know what my beautiful readers have been up to! I would love to hear about your recent happenings, so feel free to fill me in.
I love this whole idea of clashing different fabrics together to make one tapestry, after being inspired by my favourite bloggers, I thought I’d give it a spin. I spotted the chiffon dress whilst window shopping, and I fell is love with the way it was styled shorter at the front and longer at the back. It struck me as being a maxi-midi dress mash-up. I had the denim jacket used in this post stored away in my wardrobe since last summer, which evidently, was quite some time; I truly felt elated pulling it out of my wardrobe after a snowy week in Russia! I always dress according to how I’m feeling; right now, whilst I am writing this out, I am wearing head-to-toe ombré in yellow shades. At the time, I wanted to toughen up my outfit with a bit of leather, I wore the leggings which you may have recognised from this previous post. I wouldn’t describe my overall style as the epitome of grunge, but I do like taking inspiration from the grunge aesthetic from time-to-time. Finally, I rounded off my outfit with my mother’s vintage cuff and some Guess bracelets; I firmly believe that accessories can completely change the aesthetic of your outfit. Looking back now, I wish I’d have worn a few feathers in my hair to really bring about the tribal look.
Hope you all have a good Easter! Also, check out my latest post for HerStyle here!