|Main body of the outfit|
Today I went for a summer to autumn transitional look that consisted of my favourite jeans, a floral print and dark coloured accessories.
|Floral sheer sleeveless shirt|
I bought this shirt a while ago to wear to a friends party and I've managed to get a lot more wear out of it than I expected. I love the print and the back is longer than the front so it can be worn with leggings. It is a great transitional piece and it's very versatile. It's no longer in New Look or on the website but I believe it was pretty inexpensive, around £15 if I'm remembering correctly.
|Spaghetti strap vest|
I wore a brown vest under my top as it is very sheer. It made it look slightly darker which was nice because it made it slightly more autumn appropriate. I just picked this up a while ago for about £2 from Primark because it's a neutral colour that is handy to put under sheer items or 'holey' jumpers as I call them.
I bought these jeans about two years ago from River Island so these are no longer stocked either but they were around £40 and I'd recommend River Island jeans because they last a long time and they have a wide range. They fit me so well and I love them so much. I like the ripped detail (you can see it on the first photo) on the front because it just makes them a little more interesting really. I like to turn up the bottoms of them because it just adds a little more detail and looks like you've thought about your outfit more.
As I was on my way out of the door I threw on my Topshop pleather jacket, which was £55 (buy), for a bit of warmth and interest.I love it, I wear it so much. It's just such a staple piece within my wardrobe all year round. At the moment I'm really enjoying the way it looks with the sleeves pushed up a little so thats how I was wearing it today. I also really love that my top peaks out from under it at the back.
I featured these in my 'Buying on a Budget?' post last sunday (read) and I've barely taken them off since. I love them, they're so cute and comfortable. Best of all was the fact that they were £6, oh how I love you Primark. They're so versatile and so on trend. I'm so glad I picked them up, they go with so much and they're so nice for this time of year.
|Mini saddle bag|
This bag is really small and so on trend right now, it's just perfect for me. It's small, yet big enough to fit all your essentials in. I know everyone has it but if you don't I suggest you go and buy it because I've been using it non stop since I bought it. It was only £4 in Primark, can't be robbed eh? It comes in a maroon colour and a dark greeny colour so there's one to suit everyone too. The only issue I had with this bag was the length of the strap but I just put another hole in it and now it's fine.
I adore this necklace right now. I got it in Topshop for £1.50 in the sale, another bargain. It's on a short chain and sits just in the right place when I have my shirt buttoned up to the top. It's dainty and kinda quirky so I just love it. I think it's one of those pieces your either love or hate. I'm definitely a lover of it, it's right up my street.
|Pyramid stud earrings|
I bought these at the same time as I bought the goat necklace, also in the sale for £1.50. They're just really wearable and I've gotten a lot of compliments for them because they're interesting and chic. I wear them almost every day because they have become my favourite earrings since I've had them. As you can probably tell, I really love Topshop jewellery although I do tend to buy most of it in the sale because I think it can be overpriced.
I also showed this bracelet in my 'Buying on a Budget?' post (read). It's just become one of my everyday bracelets over the past week. It was £1 in Miss Selfridge. It's cringey but it's cute so I'm enjoying it. It's also fading a bit too, major sadness, because I forgot to take it off in the shower one day so the colour washed out a bit.
I got this bracelet when I was in Rome. Yes, it has photos of the Pope on. No, I am not religious but mama and I joke on saying I'm the religious one of the family for wearing religious bracelets and jewelllery with crosses on. When we saw this we just knew I needed it. It actually looks quite cute on in my opinion but I could be wrong.
And last but not least, my religious bracelet that mama brought be back from the Vatican City the first time she went in may. I wear this every day with the above two and they are just a cute little combo really. I couldn't tell you what religious figures are actually on this but I wear it all the same. I don't want anyone religious to take offense by my jewellery because it's just fashion when it comes down do it and I don't mean to be offensive.
So thats my outfit done, It's taken me two hours to write this, I can't believe it's done!