Freddy is one of my biggest style icons and so I thought I’d wrap up my collection of posts based on her as my style inspiration with an outfit inspired by her pretty, girly style. I headed down to London, where Freddy takes most of her blog photos, to really get the Freddy vibe going and trotted round the capital in this beautiful outfit, which was pink and white of course.
Whilst in London I finally managed to visit the infamous Peggy Porschen Cakes which resulted in a major internal fangirl moment for me! I had the most delicious cupcake I’ve ever had in my life, I really encourage you to try their ‘Strawberries and Champagne’ because oh my, it was like heaven on a plate. I also went and posed in front of 14 Trevor Square, yet another fashion blogger infamous photo spot, and fell in love with the pretty pink house!
I wore this white sleeveless blouse from Primark (alternatives here and here) with a white cami vest top underneath, as it is very transparent without. The ruffled sleeves add a pretty little detail, which paired with the frilled hem on the trousers creates a very girly look. This blouse definitely looks more expensive than it actually is as it falls so nicely and it only cost £6 from Primark!
Freddy has recently switched up her style and fallen in love with trousers and after wearing this stunning pink pair with a frilled hem I can see why. These are very similar to ones Freddy herself has worn and they’re extremely flattering; the high waist elongates my leg and the ruffles add a unique edge to the outfit without being too ‘in your face’ like some other ruffle hemmed trousers I’ve seen. Also, these are the most comfortable trousers I’ve ever worn, I’m honestly planning to wear these travelling home from holiday – they feel like pyjamas!
My all time favourite white heels appear once again! They’re the perfect height for wearing on a daily basis as well as for going out partying as they’re comfortable yet look very smart and pretty. Though I must admit, I didn’t wear them all the time when trekking round London (I’m not that brave!).
Freddy isn’t seen anywhere without her Chloe Drew bag (which I’m extremely jealous of by the way) but unfortunately I couldn’t shell out over £1000 to match her. Instead, I turned to SheIn.com for a dupe and found this gorgeous white, flower detail bag with the same trademark gold clasp and chain handle as the original Chloe Drew bag. This has since become one of my staple bags, it’s just so pretty!
For accessories I simply added my rose gold Pandora princess ring, which adds a pretty, girly touch to any outfit.
Freddy’s sense of style is to die for and by incorporating a little bit of it into my wardrobe I hope to feel just as beautiful and glamorous as her. Make sure you follow Freddy on all platforms to see just how beautiful her style is (I guarantee you’ll love it just as much as me):
Instagram – freddy // Twitter – freddymylovee // Blog – freddymylove.co.uk // Youtube – freddymylove
There should hopefully (if I can get my camera to actually work this time) be a YouTube video up soon alongside this blog post showing off this outfit so make sure you’re subscribed to my channel – chloececiliagoescouture.
Who is your ultimate style icon? Tell me in the comments below!
Love Chloe x
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