If there’s one print I truly cannot get enough of, it’s leopard. I feel more myself when I wear a leopard print coat, or shoes, or trousers, or two of these at the same time. I love a bold, obnoxious leopard print, but this Xandres Xline jacket is more subtle and chic. I was gifted this by House of Fraser, and overall, I really like it. It’s easy to wear with lots of different outfits, it’s really light, which is great for a Warm Person like me, and it has pockets. The major downside is that it comes up extremely small. By the size on the label, this is one of the biggest coats/jackets I own, but it doesn’t even come close to doing up. The sleeves fit well and it looks fine on, but this is a size that should really button up on me.
I’d been wanting to try the NYX Soft Matte Lip Creams for ages but haven’t seen them in any branches of Boots I’ve been in. My buddy Charlotte was visiting me and picked some up from Boots in Manchester, and I think Milan is my favourite…
Happy Friday, friends! Here’s what I’m wearing this drizzly day in London. It’s the first outing of this magnificent dress, which is fitting perfectly into my current inclination to wear chic midi dresses every day. I admired it on Danie, then made it mine. Even better: you can get it with 20% off, using the code CYBER ’til 8am on Tuesday.
Dress : ASOS Curve
Jacket : Studio8
Shoes : Evans
My lipstick is the fantastic Sephora Luster Matte in Electra Pink which gets showered in compliments whenever I wear it.
Typical of ASOS Curve to do a discount code when I can’t buy things. The code, PERFECT20, works on all Curve items to give you 20%. Instead of actually buying them, here are the items I’ve got my beady eye on. As you can see, I’m really feeling shades of dark pink and burnt orange on ’70s-inspired items, but still super into a chic jumpsuit or a cool shirt.
In a recent post I wrote a bit about figuring out what my style is. I can sort of conclude that it’s coming down to two things: chic midi dresses, or sweet, flirty looks. This one falls into the latter category. I’d been agonising over this dress for a while and decided to just go for it. I figure it’s useful in that I can wear loads of different shirts and breton tops under it, it’ll look cute with different shoes and it’s very comfortable. I would strongly recommend sizing up, as I was advised to, because you really don’t want the poppers coming undone on a dress like this!
Back on the Kat Von D Double Dare liquid lipstick because I just can’t stay away! Honestly, my number one lipstick of all time. Earrings are H&M!
Continuing my current preference for skirts and dresses, today’s outfit is based around a super chic khaki knitted midi dress. It’s easy to wear, comfortable and keeps me the right temperature for autumn. I paired it with my trusty old leather jacket and tan boots for a chilled but chic look.
I made some money DJing on Friday night so did what I do best and spent it all on makeup, shoes and food. Most of it went on some new Charlotte Tilbury bits, all of which I’m wearing here. I’m wearing the Colour Chameleon eye crayon in Bronzed Garnet and the eyeshadow quad in Vintage Vamp, with Bond Girl lipstick on my lips. I’m totally sold on this as an eye look- it’s super easy to do and makes my green eyes look super green.