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Velvet florals.

October 17, 2013

Top | Primark
Skirt | Zara
Shoes | Primark
Watch | Casio c/o The Watch Hut

Hi sweeties :) It feels good to finally get a new outfit post up on my blog again, I've missed doing them. I have a mini selection of new things to show you (will be in my next post) and this top is one of those things. I'm a sucker for some velvet, it just looks so rich and pretty. Though when I tried it on, my friend and I decided it would look super sexy to try on the matching leggings. Let's just say I looked like a plum.

I got this skirt months ago in the Zara sale. I love how the red and purple shades look together, and my velvet top seems to match pretty well. I even coordinated my watch because I'm that dedicated. Would you look at this shiny peace of magic I was very kindly sent from the people at The Watch Hut. It's the exact Casio I've always wanted...

I don't think I'll be taking it off for a while. It's been a long time since I've actually bothered wearing a watch but this one is so simple and classic. And I'm not even lying when I say I was going to buy myself this one from Asos last winter, how strange. Guess me and him were meant to be.

I hope you're all well. Just wanted to say thank you again to anyone who left me a lovely comment on my last post, it means a lot and once I'm home later (have a play date at Clambers) I will be replying to you all xo
9 comments on "Velvet florals."
  1. I adore the skirt, you're so right about the colours-they work really well together :) I always love texture, like velvet, in an outfit, I always feel it gives a fresh spin! Looking forward to seeing more outfit posts.

  2. Love the outfit, but LOVE your hair and face more.

    You're flawless!

    1. You're ever so sweet, thank you! x

  3. You can't go wrong with velvet and floral. Seriously! <3
    Lovely pairing.


  4. The top looks really luxurious! I love the watch, too!

  5. Oh I love velvet. This outfit is gorgeous!

    Water Painted Dreams xxx

  6. Welcome back lovely x I've only just read your last post, I'm so sorry to hear about your mum. I know how you must be feeling right now, I lost my dad to cancer in 2009. It's a hard and uphill struggle back to 'normality', but eventually the pain lessens and you start remembering all of the good and happy memories and not just the cancer related, sad and painful memories. The important thing is to never forget, it's you and your sister and your family that will keep your mum's memory alive by talking about her, carrying on with life and doing things that would make her proud. If you ever need a chat with someone on the outside, feel free to send me a message and we can swap emails or Facebook addresses or something :) that being said, you still manage to look absolutely gorgeous! I hope you and your family are ok lovely, take care xxx


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