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WHY YOU SHOULD ADD SCARFS TO YOUR WARDROBE

WHY YOU SHOULD ADD SCARFS TO YOUR WARDROBE

Top row (left to right)
//1 Sand Agate Silk Scarf (Weston, £75) – //2 Aspinal Signature Shield Silk Scarf (Aspinal of London, £95) – //3 Fendi Printed Silk Scarf (NET-A-PORTER, £130, *) – //4 Aspinal Feather Silk Scarf (Aspinal of London, £85)
Bottom row (left to right)
//5 Pegasus Silk Twill Scarf (Aspinal of London, £95) – //6 Gucci Printed Silk Scarf (NET-A-PORTER, £310, *) – //7 Horseshoe Silk Scarf (Aspinal of London, £95) – //8 Monmouth Fluorite Silk Scarf (Weston, £75)

Scarfs have become a big obsession of mine lately. I have not always been this into this kind of quadratic scarfs, but I love how versatile they are and how many ways you can use them to style up your outfit. The classic way would definitely be to tie it around your neck, which I think looks so classy! You can tie the scarf in many different ways, but the way I prefer it is something like how the Fendi scarf (*) in my collage above.

You can also use the scarf as a hair accessory! If the scarf is large enough, you can tie it around your head like a headband. My favourite way to use a scarf as a hair accessory is to tie it around a ponytail or a bun! Another way to wear a scarf on you is to use it as a bracelet! If you want to include a scarf into your outfit, but you don’t feel like wearing one, then you can tie it around the handle of your bag! This is another styling method I really adore!

I hope you liked this scarf inspiration! I am sorry that all of the scarfs I have included in my collage are rather pricey, but I could not find any budget-friendly scarfs that I was into, and I do not want to include anything I don’t like. A scarf does of course not have you cost you a minimum of £75. I think my favourite scarf from the collage might be the second one from the left in the top row! Let me know in the comments which scarf is your favourite and how you like to wear your scarfs! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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6 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADD A LEATHER SKIRT TO YOUR WARDROBE

6 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADD A LEATHER SKIRT TO YOUR WARDROBE

//1 Leather Look Mini Skirt with Frill Hem (£20, ASOS DESIGN, *) – //2 Yellow Textured Leather Look Mini Skirt (£35, ASOS DESIGN, *) – //3 Button-embellished Patent Leather Mini Skirt (£2450, Balmain on Net-a-Porter) – //4 Grey Faux Leather Mini Skirt (£18, Missguided, *) – //5 Leather Look Pencil Skirt (£25, ASOS DESIGN, *) – //6 Black Faux Leather Mini Skirt (£18, Missguided, *) – //7 Faux Leather Wrap Mini Skirt (£18 Pretty Little Thing on ASOS, *) – //8 Leather Look Jersey Mini Skirt (£10, Boohoo, *) – //9 Red Pleated Faux Leather Skirt (£320, we11done on Net-a-Porter)

Leather skirts are so fashionable! You can easily dress up any outfit with a leather skirt. No matter if it is a cute, feminine top or a Guns n’ Roses band T-shirt! Make your feminine top even more feminine with a pencil leather skirt like the one at #5 (*) or make your band T-shirt even cooler with something like the leather skirt at #3!

You can even wear leather skirts even though you are vegan! All of the leather skirts I have included in the collage above are faux leather skirts, which means no animals had to offer anything for this fashion.

When I think of leather skirts, the first colour that pops into my mind is black. Most people love the colour black, so if you are one of those, then I think you should be able to find a leather skirt you like. If you are more into colours or nude shades, then don’t you worry! Leather skirts are also available in a ray of different shades! In the collage, I have included a yellow skirt (#2, *), a nude skirt (#4, *), and a red skirt (#9)!

Not only are leather skirts available in a lot of different colours, they are also available in a lot of different styles! I have included a lot of mini skirts in the collage above, some plain and some with a frill hem (*), a wrap (*), and even embellished buttons! If you are into longer skirts, then there is also something for you! I have only included two different styles of long skirts in my collage which is the pencil skirt (*) and the pleated skirt which are my personal style favourites!

Leather skirts can be worn with a lot of different styles of shoes! Depending on the skirt, of course. But let’s take a leather mini skirt, for example, it can be worn with almost every possible style of shoes you can imagine! Thigh high boots, court heels, wedge sandals, ballerinas, even sneakers! Honestly, I think every mini skirt can be styled this way, but hey, I am trying to convince you here!

Leather skirts are also extremely easy to keep clean. You don’t wash them in a washing machine, so if you ever spill anything on them, all it takes is a wet cloth! And there you have it! I don’t know what is easier than that, let me know in the comments if you have any other piece of clothing easier to clean!

Well… that was me trying to convince you on why you should add at least one leather skirt to your wardrobe with six arguments! Let me know if it worked and what style of leather skirt you are the most into! Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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WHY YOU SHOULD ADD LEATHER JACKETS TO YOUR WARDROBE

WHY YOU SHOULD ADD LEATHER JACKETS TO YOUR WARDROBE

//1 Leather Blazer (L’Agence, £1.300) – //2 Yellow Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £40, *) – //3 Pink Belted Leather Jacket (Aula, £714, *) – //4 Leather Jacket with Fur (H&M, £50) – //5 White Belted Leather Jacket (Manokhi, £812, *) – //6 Embroidered Studded Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £60 (on sale for £20 now)*) – //7 Black Belted Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £45, *) – //8 Red Belted Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £45, *)

I have always been in love with leather jackets! I think they are such a statement piece and they can easily take an outfit to a whole other level. I think the standard leather jackets are black and looks kinda like the one at #7 (*). I still love a good basic black leather jacket, but you can make them even more interesting turn them into the centre of the outfit by choosing a leather jacket with embroidery (#6, *) or a fur collar (#4). You can even shake it up and choose a leather blazer like #1 which would look so cool paired with both jeans, skirts, and pants!

If you love a pop of colour, then why stick to a black leather jacket? Leather jackets are available in all sorts of colours! Above I have shown you four different colours: yellow (*), baby pink (*), white, (*), and red (*). These would all work great as a pop of colour in one coloured outfits like all-black or all-white etc. I also think all of them would look amazing paired with cowboy jeans and maybe a white tee if you want to keep it casual.



Which leather jacket from the collage above is your favourite and how would you style it? Let me know in the comments! Mine has to be the baby pink at #3 (*)! I have always had a weakness for pink and still have! I think my ultimate outfit with this baby pink leather jacket would be with a pair of either white jeans or white pants, a white top and a pair of nude court heels!

I hope you enjoyed this blog post and thank you so much for reading! I hope to see you back soon! xx

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WHY YOU SHOULD ADD THIGH HIGH BOOTS TO YOUR WARDROBE

WHY YOU SHOULD ADD THIGH HIGH BOOTS TO YOUR WARDROBE

//1 Black BB Embroidered Boots (Balenciaga, £950) – //2 Grey Suede with Silver Heel (Casadei, £1105) – //3 Black Suede (Public Desire, £40) – //4 Khaki Peeptoe (Public Desire, £40) – //5 Pointed Leather Look Boots (Public Desire, £45) – //6 Leather Boots with Block Heel (Sergio Rossi, £1350) – //7 Suede Chain Heel (Casadei, £1185) – //8 Red Pointed Toe Boots (Public Desire, £45)

Ahhh thigh high boots, one of my many fashion love affairs! Some people love them, some people hate them, but in this blog post, I will tell you why I think you should add thigh high boots to your wardrobe! In the collage above, I have found 8 pairs of thigh high boots – affordable as well as high-end.

First off, why do I love thigh high boots? Well, I think thigh high boots can add something interesting to an otherwise everyday outfit. If you add thigh high boots to a pair of jeans and a turtleneck, then you – in my mind – reach a whole new level of stylishness!

Let’s start out with pair #1 which are some high-end ones from Balenciaga. I love that these are some kind of sock boots which makes it so much easier to pull them up if they fall down which I personally have difficulties with my own thigh high boots, but I found a solution to this problem which involves double-sided tape! If you don’t want to or have £950 to spend on a pair of boots, then why not take a look at #5 and #8 which both are from Public Desire. These look like great dupes for the Balenciaga boots as they have the same pointed toe design and some kind the same sock concept. A big plus is that the boots of Public Desire are available in more shades than the Balenciaga boots which I have only seen in the black colour.

If you are on a budget, then I really think you should take a look at the boots from Public Desire which both #3, #4, #5, and #8 are from. They offer a great range of not only boots but a lot of shoes! My favourite pair from the collage above, which are available from Public Desire, has to be the red Balenciaga dupes (#8) as I think they would look so killer with an all-black outfit!

Another great detail, which I mostly have been seeing on designer thigh high boots, are eye-catching heels! Take for example #2 and #7! These are both designer thigh high boots but their heels are so stunning and so interesting! I also have been seeing a lot of heels on thigh high boots which were decorated with crystals! I think these eye-catching heels are so charming and a great way to oomph up your outfit even more!

I think thigh high boots go well with both jeans, dresses, and skirts! If you are wearing a mini dress or skirt, then why not try to style it with a pair of thigh high boots! Or try my advice with an everyday outfit paired with some thigh high boots matching the top you are wearing!

I hope you enjoyed this blog post and that I convinced you that you need at least one pair of thigh high boots in your wardrobe! Let me know what pair of boots that is your favourite from the collage! Mine is definitely #8!!! I hope you have had a wonderful week so far! I hope to see you back soon! xxx

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WHY YOU SHOULD ADD GRAPHIC TEES TO YOUR WARDROBE

WHY YOU SHOULD ADD GRAPHIC TEES TO YOUR WARDROBE

Top row (L -> R)
Happy Endings Tee (Ganni, £70) // ACDC Tee (Pretty Little Tings, £15*) // Girls Tee (Double Trouble Gang, £74) // Gucci Ghost Tee (Pink-Uzi, £25)

Bottom row (L -> R)
Gucci Tiger Tee (Gucci, £390) // PRADA Tee (Pink-Uzi, £25) // Paris Front Tie Tee (New Look, £10*) // Sunday Tee (Pretty Little Tings, £10*)

It has been a while since I have last written a post about anything fashion. I want to start writing more about it which is why I came up with this idea for a new fashion series which I have called “Why You Should Add It To Your Wardrobe”. Every time I will choose a new category of fashion, like this time I have chosen graphic tees, and show you some great examples of it and explain why I think this piece of fashion belongs in your wardrobe! So now, let’s get this new series started!

I have found eight cool graphic tees and shown you them in the collage above. I have found graphic tees in all price ranges so there is a bit for everyone! The reason I think you should add graphic tees to your wardrobe is because they can be worn with anything and you can dress them up or just wear them if you feel like you got nothing to wear. I think you can wear a graphic tee with both jeans or a skirt. I feel like ripped jeans especially go well with graphic tees and maybe with a pair of heels and lots of jewellery to glam it up a bit. Another cool outfit idea would be pairing a cool graphic tee tucked into a pencil leather skirt, imagine the pink “Girls” tee from the collage above styled with the pencil leather skirt like that! The last outfit inspiration I want you to give you is to pair a graphic tee with a suit and a pair of heels.

What do you think about graphic tees and which one is your favourite from the collage? My favourite is the Ghost Gucci one and I have actually have had my eyes on it for a while now… Maybe I have just convinced myself to buy it?

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