|| Crop top - Topshop || Denim Shirt - Dorothy Perkins || Skirt - French Connection ||
|| Hat - Vintage || Bag - Nica Handbags || Pumps - Accessorize ||
This look is a little different for me, if you compare my last post to this it is a prime example of how I don’t have a set style. The last look is a little more masculine with a slouchy shape and this look is extremely feminine. As you can tell, I took the photos for this look about a week and a half ago when it wasn’t as chilly as it is now! I did add this marshmallow-y fluffy hat on that I found in a vintage store in Paris though to keep my ears warm (and to hide my not too perfect hair that day!) The amazingly incredible skirt I am wearing is so thick and perfect for transitioning into winter with no tights and also for when it is really chilly and you need to wear a pair. To keep the look from looking too 1940’s I decided to add a crop top and for an extra layer, as it was not warm enough to just leave it at that, I decided to add the denim shirt you can see here, tying it at the waist to keep the feminine silhouette. You can never go wrong with a bit of navy and gold, so I pulled the look together by accessorising with my favourite Nica gold bag and Accessorize flat shoes.
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