Sunday, 29 November 2015

Tantastic

Hey lovelies

So I spent last weekend all cosied up in a cute little cottage in the Peak District with my boyfriend. It was an absolutely wonderful weekend relaxing and spending some quality time together, but I wouldn't be a true fashion blogger if I didn't take the opportunity to take some blog pictures (after I'd convinced the boy of course)!

This week's post features one of my favourite autumnal colour combinations; tan and white. Together they create such a fresh look with the bold tan colour and the simplicity of the white dress. I also thought that the shoes would fall down my leg as they are a soft suede material but they actually didn't - another thumbs up from me! This beautiful white dress is from one of my favourite brands NaaNaa and you can be sure to see more items from them featuring on my blog in the coming months. I love the swing style of the dress, and the intricate detail of the lace panel down the sleeves, making this the perfect dress for an evening out with the girls.

All links below.

Jess xx













Heels: Public Desire


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Sunday, 22 November 2015

Burgundy Body

Hey lovelies

I am a massive fan of the bodysuit, and this gorgeous burgundy lace up halter neck is a welcome addition to my wardrobe. Lace ups are right on trend at the moment as everyone seems to be falling in love with them and every store has been stocking at least one lace up item. This body has a silky feel to it, adding a touch of class, while the backless style brings sass to the outfit. Burgundy is a staple colour this AW and I am absolutely loving the burgundy and black combo at the moment so it was no contest about what I was going to team my bodysuit with. You can dress this outfit down by swapping the heels for a skirt and boots or a pair of dolly shoes, and add a fluffy jacket for those colder winter evenings.

All links below.

Jess xx


















Bodysuit: Boohoo

Cardigan: Boohoo but sold out

Jeans: Miss Pap

Heels: Missguided but sold out


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Sunday, 15 November 2015

Autumn Days

Hey lovelies

We all know that I am most definitely a summer girl, but one thing I do love about this time of year is all the different coats and jackets that come out. And as we dive further into autumn (and getting ever so close to Christmas - only 40 days to go!), I am getting my coats from last year back out, and falling in love with them all over again. 

My favourite at the moment is this gorgeous white leather and faux fur jacket. It's so comfy and warm, and I feel like it goes with most of my outfits which gives me an excuse to wear it often. Roll neck tops and jumpers are another love of mine - who doesn't love a good roll neck to keep them warm?! And this khaki one is perfect for this time of year; keeps you warm when you are layered up outside, but the sleeveless style stops you from overheating when you are inside. And how amazing are these shoes! I love the cross over design, adding a touch of sass to the outfit. I teamed this look with my favourite high waisted acid wash jeans just to bring it all together as the perfect outfit for an autumnal day.

All links below.

Jess xx













Jacket: Topshop but sold out


Jeans: Boohoo

Heels: Public Desire


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Saturday, 7 November 2015

Disco Mountain II

Hey Lovelies

You can never beat a good red dress, and sometimes, the simpler the better. Which is why I am styling up this beaut dress, another item from the Lucy Meck 'Disco Mountain' collection at Pretty Little Thing. I don't wear many asymmetric dresses but I just love the sophisticated feel it has with a touch of sass. It is made of scuba fabric so it feels more sturdy yet elegant - plus it doesn't blow away in the wind! I love that it is backless as it adds a bit of fun to the outfit, without taking away the simpleness of it. Team it with some simple accessories, and you have the perfect outfit for cocktails with the girls!

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Jess xx


















Heels: New Look but old


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