Saturday, 30 January 2016

Valentines Day - What to Wear

Hola Chicas! Whether you're planning on heading out this Valentine's Day, or you fancy a casual night in (preferably with a tub of Ben & Jerry's, maybe a chick flick.. or seven) or you're planning on heading out, today I've got your outfits covered. I've pulled these pieces from a few different high street stores, and as per usual I've popped a bunch of clickable links for you guys below 


I'm absolutely in love with the Topshop pinafore on the left, so I've styled it with a few neutral tones, just to keep it the focal point of this outfit. The bag is gorgeous too, and it works really well with these River Island boots. I love how the pink hues in this are really toned down, so it's not exactly screaming cheesy Valentine's Day

I was so surprised to find this dress in New Look, because I hardly ever shop there myself - and of course I've style this with some more toned down Valentine's hues, a statement necklace and a basic clutch. What I really love about these pieces is that you can totally rewear them separately, which is always a bonus for me!

Until next time,


1 comment

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    While the custom of sending cards, blooms, chocolates and different endowments started in the UK, Valentine's Day still stays associated with different territorial traditions in England. In Norfolk, a character called "Jack" Valentine thumps on the back entryway of houses leaving desserts and presents for youngsters. Despite the fact that he was leaving treats, numerous kids were terrified of this supernatural individual


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