Okay, so I know December is supposed to be the month of giving, but I was hit with one of those months where ALL of my makeup ran out at once. All of it. Every last bit (well apart from my Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade because that stuff will outlive the cockroaches). So I therefore had to go and treat myself to a few bits, employing the “one for you, one for me” method of Christmas shopping. Hugely successful. View Full Post
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to my Christmas shopping, my dad is actually the hardest person to buy for. This is because when you ask him what he would like, he usually responds with something ridiculous like “a map” or “a new Thermos”, or the ultimate annoying dad answer: “Don’t worry about me, I don’t need anything.” UGGGHHH, DAD. Please tell me I’m not alone in this? View Full Post
It’s common knowledge that we don’t really go to fancy events. In fact, the last time we actually looked like sophisticated women in nice dresses was probably at our respective christenings. Which is why, when we heard about this jazzy 888sport competition to win 2 tickets to the races AND £100 to win an outfit, we had to get involved (I MEAN WHY WOULD YOU NOT). All you have to do is create a college or style an outfit of what you would wear to any Ladies Day races this year to be in with a chance of winning
I’ve never actually been to the races before, so I have to base my outfit on what I have seen on other blogs/in mags. I’m guessing you have to wear quite a nice dress and not look like too much of a slag basically.
I absolutely adore this ASOS dress, it is so so nice. I usually hate drop waist dresses, but this one isn’t too horrible and both the colour and print is perfect. I decided to accessorise with white shoes and a white feathered fascinator, because if you can’t wear a fascinator to Ladies’ Day, when can you? As a gal who loves statement necklaces, I went for this pretty New Look piece and of course, a pale pink lippy to complete the pastel theme.
If you’ve entered too, we’d love to see your entry!!
This is a super quick OOTD for you all. I am working from home today, waiting for the landlord to come and check up on our humble little abode. Thankfully, she came about 2 minutes ago, which is lucky because I have been desperate to lurk out to get some food. I am wasting away (….).
I bought this Primark skirt for my holiday to South Africa, and safe to say I absolutely love it. It’s got embossed what I suppose are polka dots (not gross ones though) and is the most beautiful mint green colour. It’s also made in panels, meaning it’s not just a regular skater shape, which is nice.
I wore this lovely skirt with my rip off Celine tshirt (that I got at the Clothes Show). If you can’t see, it says ‘Feline MEOW’ which isn’t really normal behaviour. I quite like it though, even if it is a bit embarrassing.
On my feet, I have my New Look white chunky platforms, and on my lips I have a Makeup Revolution lippy. Read Claire’s review of them, they are great and cost £1. Pardon. My holographic clutch bag is from Primarj – around £8 I believe.
Now I must go and get myself some form of sustenance before I pass out on my laptop, get eaten by the neighbourhood cats and alarm Claire when she gets home from London. We don’t want a Stylingo funeral now, do we?!
What do you think of this outfit? YAY OR NAY?
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