Bomber jacket: Dahlia | Jeans: Levis via Motel Rocks | Belt: Topshop | Shoes: Reebok via Size? 

I'd been eyeing up these pastel pink Reebok trainers for a good while (insert heart eyes emoji) but at £72, I wasn't quite sure if I could part with my dwindling funds to buy them. I am sooo happy I did though, because, not only do I own nothing like them (mainly due to the colour and style) but they are also literally the comfiest things ever - it's honestly like walking on clouds. Ironically, I used to detest this style of Reebok back in the day, when my mum used to own a pair when they were big in the 90s. I guess I've come full circle now, because I absolutely love them - and I honestly wish I could have the pastel blue pair too! 

I've featured this Dahlia silk bomber on my blog before, but I thought I would style it a little differently this time, and pair it with a slightly more masculine vibe (even though the trainers are pink), and topped it all off with my trusty mom jeans! Such a comfy outfit, and I'm so pleased that I'm exploring colours outside of my usual monochrome palette! 

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Jumper & Gilet: Pimkie | Jeans: Topshop | Shoes: ASOS 

I was recently in Madrid, where I picked up this faux fur gilet and maroon knit from Pimkie; a brand that is fairly unknown in the UK. It's actually a French brand, and shops are found pretty much all over Europe! I used to shop there quite a lot when I was younger, and I re-discovered why that was as soon as I walked into the Madrid store. It's such a cool and casual label, offering fantastic value for money pieces - it kinda reminds me a bit of New Look. 

I've been after a fur gilet for a while and really liked this creamy/brown-coloured one. Even though my usual colour palette consists of grey tones, I was really keen to purchase something that would push me to experiment with other colours outside of my comfort zone. I was also after a maroon jumper, and when I saw this one, with the tassel detailing, I thought it was just that little bit more unique than the bog standard knit jumper I see everywhere. I dug out my old ASOS studded monk shoes to finish off the whole look, teaming it all up with my ripped jeans of course! (I'm really gonna have to get myself some new jeans soon)

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Jumper: Vintage | Jeans: Levis via Motel Rocks Vintage | Bag: TK Maxx | Shoes: Puma x Rihanna 
When I received an e-mail from Footlocker upon the release of these Puma x Rihanna Creepers, it was an instant case of I NEED THESE IN MY LIFE! The second I got the chance, I hurriedly made my way to Selfridges in the hope of finding them there! They sold out pretty much instantly online as soon as they went on sale, so I was chuffed to find them in the Offspring store section. I was always a fan of the Underground Creepers, but I never actually went on to buy them because I wasn't sure if they were slightly out of my comfort zone or if they'd even suit me. I was soooo happy when I saw these because they're the perfect mix between a good old Creeper - with their chunky soles - and a casual Vans-esque trainer. They are so so comfortable too, and not to mention versatile and wearable! Ahh, in love! 

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Dress: Dahlia | Sandals: Forever 21 | Arm cuff: ASOS 

I apologise for the poor quality of these photos, (and also their season inappropriateness) but I thought I'd include them anyway, as I love this dress so much! I went on a cruise holiday about a month ago, and wore this Dahlia dress for one of the dinners on board the ship - it's so summery and pretty, but also unique due to the strappy back detailing. Dahlia is definitely one of my all-time favourite boutiques; they always have such different and gorgeous pieces! I'm also pretty sure that this is the only lemon yellow dress I own! Such a cute piece, appropriate for so many occasions! 

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T-shirt & Shoes: Independent shop in Spain | Jeans: Topshop | Cardigan: Pull & Bear 
I love the black t-shirt/black jeans combo, and all-black outfits in general, but I thought I'd switch it up a little with this cute cropped t-shirt and bow detail, which injects a hint of femininity into a more masculine look. I went for a slight pop of colour with this ancient stripy green cardigan I found in my wardrobe the other day. Not only is green my favourite colour, but also I feel like it's a slightly more unusual and unique colour in the cardigan department for me, as I usually tend to stick to grey/burgandy/mustard tones. I teamed it all up with my new shimmery silver trainers, which I've been wearing to death lately. They make such a fantastic statement - but not too over the top - addition to a monochrome outfit! 

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If you're trying to create a stylish outfit without much thought or effort, or if you're really not about crazy and colourful prints, the best way to achieve that is really by focusing on smaller details. I don't know what it is about duster jackets, but they have the ability to make any boring old outfit look good. A taupe-grey colour like this one is never going to go out of fashion, and not only looks super chic, but also allows you to play with more masculine looks.

I'm a big believer in letting your shoes do the talking. You can have a super simple and understated outfit, but then team it up with a pair of cool shoes - they don't necessarily have to be loud and crazy, just something a little different - and an outfit can be completely transformed. In this case, I think the silver trainers, the rips in the jeans, both teamed up with the duster coat, is what makes this look. Other than that, the colour palette is simple and so is the general aesthetic. There's really not much to it :) 

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Dress: Textile Federation for ASOS | Jacket: Topshop | Shoes: Adidas | Bag: TK Maxx 

I am so in love with this dress by Textile Federation's collaboration with ASOS (here). I had never even heard of this brand before, but I adore so many of their pieces - they're all so funky and original. If I ever became a designer, this is the sort of aesthetic I'd go for; a lot of monochrome, and unique & awesome prints. Since I bought it, I've worn this dress two ways: as you see it here - baggy and slightly androgynous, with trainers - and also cinched in with a black waist belt, and paired with my lace-up heels! I absolutely love both looks, and what's more, I love how a unique piece like this can be a utilitarian day/night look, so you can really get a good wear out of it.

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