In my eternal bid for being a bit more interesting when it comes to my very own (slightly crap) personal style, I decided to go a bit wild for work yesterday. I’m very much the type of girl who wears a boring array of plain things on a day-to-day basis. Occasionally I might go a bit mad and don a garment that is a bit out there (i.e. when I went out for Claire’s birthday dressed as the Sistine Chapel, which you can see right here if you wish), but for the most part I’m lurking around in black like a pervert in mourning.
To shake things up a bit, I decided to go for some clashing prints to throw myself into the deep end of not looking like a snore. I bought these trousers quite a while back and they are SUPER comfy and super useful. The jazzy monochrome shirt was also bought a while back now and it’s another one that is comfy but can be worn for work/evening/dancing with leprechauns.
Chunky Knit: Primark, Monochrome Shirt: Primark, Printed Trouses: Primark, Heeled Boots: c/o F&F, Gold Chain: Primark
Once again, it appears I have revealed that I am a troll that doesn’t shop anywhere but Primark. I have to say that only the other day I was wearing an outfit that had no Primark items in it whatsoever. It happens very occasionally, but it does happen DON’T WORRY. But anyway, it’s a cheap and cheerful outfit and I actually felt like I’d made an effort for once.
Until today. I’m wearing a grey midi dress and black tights. Lets all lay our heads on our desks and have a little nap.
What do you think of my Primark clashing prints? YAY OR NAY?
If any of you beautiful ladies have any blog posts about your clashing prints, send them my way! My mission for an interesting wardrobe continues…