So here are my outfits.
|Bikini Victoria Secret, Sandals Aldo, Bag Juicy Couture at Asos,Sunglasses|
River Island, Bracelet Miss Selfridge, Mac Lip Conditioner,Clarins SPF,
Maybelline Falsies Waterproof Mascara, Towel Calypso St. Barth
|Kimono Asos, Sandals River Island,|
Jewellery House of Harlow 1960
|Jacket and Bag Topshop,|
Shoes and Ring Asos,
Necklace Belle Noel
For this outfit I wanted to change it up slightly. As a fashionista you have to think outside the box at times and not take everything so literally. I have seen one of my favourite bloggers Fashionnerdic chop and change outfits for so long from wearing dresses as tops and tops as dresses and everything in between so this outfit was slightly inspired by her. There is no reason why this fab little playsuit can't be altered slightly in it's purpose and worn as a top under a flowing pleated skirt. The playsuit is small enough to not create too much additional bunching on the tummy area and with the skirt being so lovely and flowy it will skim right over any volume created by the playsuit. From occasion you do need to power blazer it and this outfit can do just that for the perfect Power Blazer Brunch.
|Blazer and Skirt Asos, Shoes Aldo, |
Clutch Zara, Sunglasses River Island,
Watch Michael Kors, Ring House of Harlow
|Jacket Miss Selfridge, Boots, Sunglasses and Ring Asos, |
House of Harlow 1960,
Perfume Reb'l Fleur by Rihanna
Everything I use for my ONE X 5 are pretty accessible to everyone. As you can probably tell House of Harlow 1960 is one of my favourite jewellery lines and can be bought from quite a few different online sources such as Asos, Revolve, Charm and chain and the Trend boutique to name but a few. For those of you from Ireland it is now available from the Design Centre in the Powerscourt Centre in Dublin. I haven't been in to see their selection as I am in fear of how much the price will be increased just to be sold in Ireland. I will be doing a Obcessed feature very soon which will talk a little about my favourite designers, design houses and fashion lines of different varieties. And I will most definitely be foucusing on House of Harlow 1960 for one of the posts. I hope you like my outfits.