White Out

A little different to my usual style, I went for a very feminine white look for today’s outfit.

The recent good weather in London has called for clothes that allow your body to breathe and be free and this two piece was the perfect outfit to do just that.

It’s amazing how wearing all white makes you feel more positive and bright about the day ahead. Especially strolling along South Kensington’s beautiful streets…

I teamed my white co-ord with some nude suede heels from Miss Pap. These are my favourite shoes at the moment because obviously they are my fav colour (nude queen) and they are high but still so comfy and easy to walk in. They are honestly my most comfortable heels I own!

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I personally think this look is perfect for something like graduation, going to see the races or a garden party.

White top: Topshop

White skirt: Topshop

Heels: Miss Pap

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Flower Power

Floral appliqué is a key trend this season and certainly worth investing in a piece for your summer wardrobe. 

It looks gorgeous on bodysuits, tops, dresses and even detailing on shorts and jeans to add a feminine twist to the classic denim.  

With underwear as outerwear, mesh and floral details all being key trends this season, I couldn’t resist this statement bodysuit. 

It is a little on the revealing side so I paired it with a pair of ivory satin Palazzo trousers to balance out the nakedness! I think any sort of bodysuit works best with either trousers or a pencil skirt to maintain a classy look as I like to leave a little to the imagination… 

Bodysuit: Pretty Little Thing 

Trousers: Pretty Little Thing  

Shoes: Pretty Little Thing 

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Underwear as outerwear

Wearing underwear as outerwear is one of my favourite trends – I love anything satin, lace or strappy.

Lace slips, mesh, bralets, harnesses & extreme plunge necks – items that usually would only be seen in the bedroom or on Halloween are now totally acceptable to wear for a trip into town!

Let’s not lie, most girls love to dress up and feel sexy, so what’s better than flashing a bit of underwear all in the name of fashion?!

If you got it – flaunt it!

Simply add a plain tee over a satin lace trim slip dress for a stylish twist to your outfit.

Another way to master this trend is to wear an open/low cut shirt/top with a harness or bralet underneath.

 What is so nice about this trend is the contrasting look you can achieve, whilst wearing casual and comfortable clothing you can add a whole new dimension by simply bearing your lacey undergarments!

 

Of course I’m not suggesting to go ahead and start flashing your suspenders and panties…. all in moderation n’ all that!

Still loving my leather sock boots from Zara, unfortunately these are no longer for sale but they have a similar brown pair currently in-store. Or simply head to public desire for an almost identical pair!

You are not going to believe where this gorgeous little bag is from… *drum role*……… Primark!

Literally popped in the other day and happened across this beauty! I can’t remember exactly but think it was about £6 Madness! Keeping true to my affordable style theme 😉

T-shirt: H&M

Lace slip dress: ASOS

Bag: Primark

Boots: Zara (sold out)

Similar: Public Desire

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Putting things into perspex-tive

Putting things into perspex-tive

The infamous public desire perspex heel boots! 

I just couldn’t resist the little beauties – they are nice and comfy and the heel height is perfect as they are still easy to walk in.

They are such a statement piece, they can transform any outfit, even if you paired them with a really simple, plain dress they would instantly change the look. 

I think shoes are such a key part if not, the most important part of the final look of an outfit & these boots are a great example of what a difference shoes can make to your look. 

My ribbed nude dress is from Missguided. I have had so many compliments on it when I wear it! It has quite a sexy feel to it with the thigh split and low cut neck, but I think it still manages to look classy on as I hate wearing anything too revealing. 

Dress: Missguided 

Boots: Public Desire      

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Camo me up

It seems that the fashion world is currently obsessed with camo print!  

Camouflage was traditionally worn as more of an urban, street style and casual trend, but has most definitely now made it’s stamp in the main stream market and is available on pretty much every style of clothing you can imagine from tracksuits to coats to more formal wear such as dresses.

If you look at the latest collections in high-end brands such as Valentino, Saint Laurent and even at traditional brands such as Ralph Lauren you will see the much loved print!

Luckily for us fashion lovers with a slightly smaller budget, many stylish and affordable brands have adopted on this trend.

Khaki is such a great colour as it goes with so much and in my opinion, it suits everyone – I recommend teaming this jacket with white, nude or black for an ultimate colour match made in heaven.

I had been searching for the perfect camo jacket for a few months now, and I am glad I held out because this one from Miss Pap was certainly worth the wait!

It is lovely and lightweight and is a great way to dress up a simple and casual outfit.

Mesh is another trend that doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. The white mesh bodysuit I am wearing is such a style steal at only £15, also from Miss Pap.

So March into the Military trend and shop now!

Links to my outfit details below.

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Camo Jacket: Miss Pap

White mesh bodysuit: Miss Pap

Nude midi skirt: Pretty Little Thing

Creepers: Public Desire  

Photos by Martyn Leung 

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