I finally made a cheeky purchase from one of my favourite stores, Whistles! Usually, any time I peruse the shelves and rails, I leave the shop rather dejectedly, because, to be honest, anything in there very much exceeds any figure within my budget. This time, though, I left feeling quite pleased with the bargain I snagged up in the sale.

This cute pink cropped t-shirt was reduced from a painful £55 to just £15 - happy days! I thought it was quite a suitable addition to my wardrobe; great quality, versatile, easy to style, and perfect for the upcoming Spring months. 

For this outfit, I was feeling quite girly and pink for once, so I teamed it up with my gorge silk bomber jacket from Dahlia, and a lovely beaded necklace which was gifted to me. I decided to toughen up the look slightly with my Dr. Martens; one of my favourite things about styling outfits is clashing, be it with prints and colours, or also vibe and aesthetic.

[PS. no idea what the deal is with that dodgy crease right in the middle of the t-shirt - oops!]

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So I finally took a trip to the farm near my flat, and what better backdrop for some blog photos? Evidently, I'm really feeling the clashing of colours and prints lately, and decided to experiment with an oversized partly-sheer tee and my colourful yet muted vintage jumper! I'm really loving the combo, and especially love them teamed up with my new necklace from a little shop in Tarifa, in Spain. 

Also, new bag guys! :D This baby was gifted to me by my boyfriend's mum - my bag collection is quite healthy and substantial at the moment!

Tee: Topshop // Cardigan: Wow Retro // Jeans: M&S // Shoes: Vans // Necklace: from Tarifa // Bag: Gifted

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I love contrasting colours and shapes, and after delving into the depths of forgotten items in my wardrobe, I pulled out this thrifted green tie-dye t-shirt, and my old salmon and black spotty Vans. Together, they make for a really simple outfit, made slightly more interesting and eye-catching due to the clash of colours and prints. Once again, I paired it with my trusty black skinnies and long cardigan.

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As the title suggests, this post features a few new additions that I've not yet included in my blog! I love being home because I discover old things that I used to wear, presenting a perfect opportunity to try and bring them to life again! This vibrant floral skirt is actually a dress, but I decided to wear my polo neck knit (£10 guys!) over it, which I felt was better suited to the cold weather, and also complemented the colour palette perfectly! 

These old Topshop boots have made it back into my life; they're such a great versatile day/night pair of heels! But the new additions, bought in the January sales last week, are this gorgeous leather bucket bag and the gold chunky bracelet. The bag is not only incredibly sturdy and amazing quality, but also the perfect size...and it was about time I got myself a bag with gold hardware. I've ditched my old cream/black Primark bag, so I have a feeling that this one is going to be my new regular! Such a great bargain! 

I'm not usually one for close-up face selfies; I'm way too self-conscious for that! But I'm loving this new lipstick I got myself (Chanel) the other day for general day use; not too pink, bright, or nude but just the right pop of colour.

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I've worn my fur coat soooo many times since I got it, but I've never really taken the time to include it in an outfit post. More often than not, I tend to wear it with a more feminine outfit, for instance, when I'm going out, with a pair of heels, a dress, and bold lippy, but recently, I've taken a liking to pairing it with more tomboyish looks. 

Here I'm wearing a basic long sleeved top from H&M, my black skinnies, and my limited edition Pink Floyd converse, which are probably around 5 years old. The bold coin necklace keeps it looking slightly more dressy, and is such a great statement piece to complement a simple outfit.

// Top: H&M // Coat: Choies // Jeans: Topshop // Necklace: Bijou Brigitte // Ring: Topshop // Bag: Primark //

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Happy New Year everyone! I've been back home in Gibraltar for the past couple of weeks, and it's all been a bit hectic, which has left me with little to no time to post. But I'm finally back, and with a new year's resolution to update my blog more often!

I've been absolutely in love with eyelash lace items since they blew up last summer. I'm pretty sure this design of dress is a dupe of a designer's, but I can't quite remember which one. Anyway, after spotting this beauty on Missguided, I then found it on SheInside for a fraction of the price! 

I wore this same outfit on Christmas Eve with some lace up heeled booties with a fur cuff, but decided to opt for my trusty monk shoes for this laid back lunch outing. I teamed them up with a charcoal coat from my mum's wardrobe; a couple of sizes too big for me for a cool boyfriend effect.

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