Sunday, 29 June 2014

So this weekend me and a friend decided to head to Liverpool for a well needed shopping break. I was so pleased with the town centre, shopping facilities and Liverpool one. Previous to this I had not been to Liverpool before and was unsure on what to expect, after a stressful train journey (branch falling on train) we finally arrived. The outfit that I chose to wear was casual and comfy great for a busy shopping day, the linen blouse was recently purchased from Topshop, it is very light and loose fitting which wild be perfect for a summers day. The embroidery on the bottom of the shirt is what drew me to buy it initially, I completed the outfit with a statement necklace from zara, 3/4 length rolled up jeans and statement handbag. These boots are featured in most of my photos just purely because they are so comfy to walk in and I love the edgy/rock style they give. Thanks for reading, Sarah X 

Outfit details: Linen Blouse - Topshop, 3/4 Jeans - Topshop, Necklace - Zara, Boots - Topshop, Bag - Prada, Watch - Michael Kors. 


Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Everyone has their own ultimate style icon. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is mine, the two images which are included below show why she is my style icon. Her casual off duty model style still has ounces of glamour and sophistication, you always see Rosie carrying a statement bag (which I love!). No one can go wrong with carrying either a statement Celine or Givenchy, which Rosie has. The studed leather jacket teamed with the black jeans is a perfect look for the airport. Teamed with pointed flats and a suede Celine alongside the cat eye sunglasses add the extra glamour to this look. Rosie seems to be a fan of cat eye sunglasses something of which we have in common. The black jumpsuit teamed with the khaki trench gives a nod to seventies style. The Givenchy handbag seems to complete this look along with the colourful heeled sandal adding a touch of brightness. I have never seen an outfit on Rosie that does not look good, she has ounces of style and will forever be my style icon. 
Who is your style icon, let me know by commenting below!!
Sarah X 


Hi guys, so this is one of my first posts back after being away for a short time. I decided to showcase a simple outfit which happens to be the most comfortable within my wardrobe! This leather dress was purchased from Topshop quite some time ago but has lasted the test of time and durability being one of my most worn garments. Leather was a huge hit for spring 2013 with most designers showcasing some kind of leather into their work/designs. Personally I am huge fan on leather on the basis of that the trend can either be dressed up or down, the white shirt I have on underneath the leather dress just sets the base for the heavy jewellery on top. I chose the white as I did not want an overpowering garment to take attention away from the beautiful piece of jewellery. I recently purchased this necklace from Zara (see shopping haul) and it surprisingly goes with so many items in my wardrobe! The boots I am wearing are also from Topshop giving an edgy/rocky look to the outfit making it look less preppy. This outfit was perfect for a cool day and does not appear to be too overdressed. I hope that you liked this post, more to come! Sarah X


Sunday, 8 June 2014

Finally, my last holiday post and we end on bold prints. Bold prints fade in and out of trend, however I feel you can always wear a print and look stylish. My first outfit, is based around the tropical print vest top, its perfect for summer weather being floaty however has a ring neck top made of elastic creating a sports luxe look. I paired the top with a white peplum skirt, I love these skirts as they suit every body shape and are really on trend at the moment, they have been seen all over the designer and high street (seen in scuba material in Zara and H&M.) I also teamed the outfit with a statement clutch bag, covered in gold studs. 
My second outfit is perfect for the summer holidays. Firstly, the colour and prints are striking and unusual, they create a real summery feel especially on a floaty Grecian dress. I personally bought the dress as I am a big fan of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and remember that Kourtney had a similar dress, teaming it up with orange lipstick. However, I paired mine up with a bold bag and leather gladiator sandals.
Hope you enjoyed my post.
Charlotte X

Outfit 1: Top- H&M £24.99, Skirt- H&M £14.99, Watch- Marc Jacobs, Sandals- Zara £19.99, Bag- Zara £24.99.
Outfit 2: Dress- H&M £19.99, Bag- Kurt Geiger £24.99, Sandals- Zara £19.99


Saturday, 7 June 2014

Hey Guys, another OOTD from my holiday. Who said black isn't a colour for the sun? I decided to go for a change from the nude look a few nights, sticking with the trusty little black dresses. My first dress is personally one of my favourite dresses I own, its a midi length that is crochet/net design that has a black bodycon underlining slip. The dress looks classic however very individualistic being mainly netting. The second dress is a floaty layered black dress that I got from a local boutique, its very simplistic however has detailing on the straps; crossing over the back with gold chain. Each dress I teamed up with a bright orange Kurt Geiger ipad case- which I use as a clutch bag, adding some colour to the darkness.
Charlotte X

Outfit 1- Dress - Zara (Sale) £19.99, Shoes- miss selfridge (old), Bag- Kurt Geiger £25.00
Outfit 2- Dress- local boutique £35.00, shoes- miss selfridge (old), Bag- Kurt Geiger £25.00


Friday, 6 June 2014

As I said my next few posts are mainly OOTD based. My outfits above are some smart looks I put together for on an evening. Right now I love the nude and pastel colour styles, as they are great for summer and can be teamed up with bright colours to add statement to an outfit. My first outfit I wore in the day as well, I like the flare pants trend at the moment and teamed them up with a pastel floaty jacket and a white scuba crop top (unfortunately I couldn't reveal this as my belly was badly burnt.) My second outfit is again based on the nude colour theme, with some smart loose shorts that have a white stripe around the edging and a blouse which has a tie buckle around the waist creating a more structured look. I teamed it up with some brown sandals, a loose longline blazer and again my statement necklace.
Charlotte X

Outfit 1: Trousers- Dorothy Perkins £24.99, Shoes- Miss Selfridge (old), Necklace- Zara £19.99, Jacket - Topshop (old,) Crop top- Missguided £14.99.

Outfit 2: Shorts- Zara £25.99, Top- Zara £29.99, Sandals- Zara £19.99, Blazer- H&M £24.99, Watch- Marc Jacobs.


Hey guys, sorry I haven't done much in the past week, i've been away in Portugal. My next few posts will really be my OOTD whilst away. However, this outfit I wanted to share with you as its what I wore whilst travelling, if you're like me this is the worst part of picking clothes for a holiday.
I decided to go for something casual and easy to wear, as you are only stuck on a plane, however cool enough for the weather the other end. I went for a nude theme as this is on trend at the moment, adding some colour with a statement necklace. My whole outfit looked classic and comfortable and is easy to wear for any long journey, hope you like it.
Charlotte X

Shoes- Sainsburys, Trousers- Zara £29.99, T-shirt- Topshop £19.99, Blazer- H&M £24.99, Necklace- Zara £19.99


Monday, 2 June 2014

Hi Guys,
It seems of late that I have sort of neglected the blog due to some ongoing private issues. However these issues now on the up and I will be posting more frequently. I am currently staying in Somerset where my dad lives and the beautiful gardens give me the perfect backdrop for some wonderful photos. My outfit today is a sort of DIY outfit; most recently the trend of white jeans has seemed to come back into the limelight. Personally I am not very fond of the basic white jean and decided to rip and wash mine for a more edgy effect. The jeans were purchased from Primark at $10.00 (with no rips) but when I got home I decided that they were too boring and needed some kind of effect. I simply got a pair of scissors and started to cut various areas of the leg. I cut some of the lines very close together to create a frayed look, and then put the jeans on a high wash to fray the cuts even more. Ripped white jeans are being sold in most high street stores at the price of 40.00 and upwards however these Primark 10.00 jeans are good quality and serve the same effect/look. The top I have on is from Topshop which I thought was a perfect combination with the bold white, simple accessories also worked the trick as I didn’t want to overpower the look. 
I hope that you guys liked this outfit! 
Best wishes Sarah X

Outfit details: Jeans – Primark 10.00, Top – Topshop 12.00, Boots – Topshop now 55.00, Necklace – Topshop, Watch Micheal Kors.