30 November 2013

Top Winter Coats


Coats and Jackets

After a recent shopping trip, I found my stumbling across beautiful, luscious, rich fabrics, to keep cozy in the winter months. I have consequentially put together my top must have coats for this season. I, like most, seem to only buy bright prints  for the season, then the year after I cannot wear it. So I searched long and hard for coats that are: a wardrobe staple, will not break the bank, do the job.


Tartan is incredibly “in” this season and although is a trend which will come and go, to me the classic print and style is timeless and will definitely be my wardrobe staple:





 (Image from ARK)


£74.99 ARK




Love a biker jacket and fur? (faux of course.) I love this coat from ASOS it can be teamed with black skinny jeans and worn oversized for a rockstar winter look.

 Image 1 of ASOS Faux Fur Jacket By Marcel Ostertag

(Image from ASOS)




£80.65 ASOS




Tweed and black is a match made in heaven if you ask me…




 (Image from MarksandSpencer)



£59.00 MarksandSpencer










11 November 2013

Winter Party Outfit

So this weekend the sun came out! Yippee. So I thought why not get dressed into my favorite party outfit this Winter and show you how I styled it.


 My dress is from Missguided. I love it. It is my go to party dress for the winter season. It is so soft and  easily dressed up and down. Unfortunately I bought this last year so they do not have it in the navy this season. However they have it in a brighter blue which I actually prefer. It creates more of a statement.

http://www.missguided.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/92147/s/ofelita-velvet-skater-dress/

My hat is from Primark perfect to stay cosy in this cold weather

My boots are from Topshop
http://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&storeId=12556&catalogId=33057&productId=5934280&categoryId=209969&parent_category_rn=208544
I paired this outfit with ethnic jewelry from Forever 21, to take a simple dress to a statement.

09 November 2013

Grunge Autumn Jewelry

I have lusted over grungey pretty cartilage piercing for months. As a rebellious 17 year I plucked up the courage and went to have it done and unfortunately did not look "cool" more like a girl with a very red earlobe. So consequentially I took it out. However, I have since managed to find dainty cartilage piercing without the pain! A cheaper and less painful option.
I Love this Clip on leaf cartilage piercing from SeaSideCharms who make individual jewelry suited to you.
(besidetheseasidecharms@gmail.com)The blue lower lobe earring is from Accessorize and the crisscross silver clip on earring is from Ebay. 

So here it is grungey, yet pretty earrings on a budget minus the pain.