T-shirt: Topshop | Shorts: Topshop | Sandals: Forever 21 | Bag: H&M 

I just love it when you wear two contrasting prints that you hadn't really thought of pairing before, and it just seems to come together so seamlessly. In this case, I think this is not only because the colours complement each other so well, but also because the prints are minimal and pretty equal in their ability to draw in the eye - no one item overpowers the other. I decided to team up this look with my new gladiator sandals; I've been loving them recently! Finally, I topped it all off with my cute fringed bag, to complete that 70's, but not-too-trend-led look.

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 Top/Jeans/Boots - all Topshop | Cardigan: thrift store | Bag: H&M | Necklace: independent shop in Tarifa, Spain 

I've been absolutely loving the throwback to 70's styles for SS15, but I haven't really had a chance (or funds) to buy new bits to rock the trend. Looking through my wardrobe the other day, I realised that I've had this floral blouse for years, but haven't really worn it all that much! It's one of those pieces that's got a great 70's feel to it, what with the print, and the puffy sheer sleeves, but isn't too trend-led, which I like. I paired it with my maroon jeans and chunky black boots to tie up the look together nicely, and wore my cool circle necklace for a subtle, yet effective bit of accessorising. (word?) Hmm.

Are you guys loving the 70's trend? Comment below!

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 Top: SheInside | Cardigan: Topshop | Jeans: M&S | Jacket: Mango | Shoes: ASOS | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban 

As the weather gets nicer and nicer (not today, sod's law) I'm trying keep things lighter in terms of prints and palette. I spotted this pretty tropical print on SheInside some time ago for only just over £6 and had to purchase! Not only does it incorporate all of my favourite tones of green, but the back is really interesting, with the slit and knot detail. Such a lovely piece to wear with high-waisted denim shorts this summer! Sun, please return! 

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 Playsuit: Primark | Jacket: Mango | Shoes: ASOS | Necklace: Bijou Brigitte | Sunnies: ALDO | Bag: H&M 

I couldn't quite believe my eyes when I spotted this gorge playsuit in Primark during one of my many frequent weekend browses. The quality is so great, the fit is fantastic, the print is pretty and nothing like anything I've seen in Primark this season, and as for the price - well, at only £14, an absolute steal! 

I must say that I'm extremely pleased with this purchase; it was one of those items that I just couldn't leave the shop without. It's one of those versatile Spring/Summer pieces that's easy to dress down or up, make even girlier, or add a slight edge to, as I've done with the studded monk shoes and leather jacket here. The statement necklace and cat-eye sunglasses, which make lovely contrasts to the tougher accessories, do wonders to balance out the whole look.

I can't wait to find some more pieces like this in Primark! 

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The party of the year graced our newsfeeds and dashboards once more last night; one of the most momentous events on the social calendar. The Met Gala is one of the most celebrated fundraisers in New York, but Anna Wintour's undeniable power has made it into one of the most exclusive, star-studded fashion-focused events of the year, attracting the attention of millions around the world.

Last year, the gala honoured the designer, Charles James, which saw some incredible looks gracing the red carpet. This year, the exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is dedicated to Chinese fashion and Chinese aesthetic's influence on Western fashion; the theme for the gala. Expectations were high all around, for sure.

Check out some of last night's looks below: 

Bella Hadid - Topshop
Miley Cyrus - Alexander Wang
Helen Mirren - Dolce and Gabbana
Candice Swanepoel - Michael Kors
Gigi Hadid - Diane Von Furstenberg
Jay-Z and Beyonce - Givenchy
Kim Kardashian - Roberto Cavalli
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley - Atelier Versace
Alexa Chung - Erdem
Sarah Jessica Parker - H&M (Philip Treacy hat)
Kendall Jenner - Calvin Klein Collection
Rihanna - Guo Pei
Cara Delevingne - Stella McCartney
Jennifer Lawrence - Dior Haute Couture
Olivier Rousteing and Justin Bieber - Balmain
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*All photos from Vogue.co.uk*



 T-shirt: Primark | Jeans: Topshop | Leather jacket: Mango | Shoes: Converse | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban | Nails: Sonic Blue by Collection | Rings: (left) Portobello Market & (right) Topshop 

Here's a quick post featuring some skinnies I haven't worn in a while! Sometimes, if I'm feeling casual and lazy, I love throwing a simple white tee on, with some comfy jeans and a pair of Converse. A pop of colour like maroon can take an outfit from the samey monochrome vibe you always seem to be going for, to something equally as cool and more interesting! Also, the electric blue nails and silver rings are a perfect balance between feminine and edgy, which make for a great contrast to the whole look.

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