It was another of my friends’ 18th birthday this weekend so I got all dressed up for her party; this outfit is actually quite summery for this time of year but as we were inside, and parties tend to get pretty hot, I thought it was for the best. I’d just like to say happy birthday to Rachel before I get into this post; I hope you had a fabulous birthday!
I decided to wear the sheer lace top I recently picked up from New Look (also seen in another blog post here) and layered it with a white vest top. It’s such a pretty and delicate top, I think it really adds an extra special touch to any outfit and immediately makes anything look like occasion wear.
I paired the lace top with high waisted nude coloured shorts which I wore all summer and have been on my blog many times (here). Instead of wearing them as substitutes for denim shorts, like I did in summer, I dressed them up and wore them as a more formal pair of shorts; I think it creates a nice, classy effect.
To finish off the look I wore my white block heels, which have been on my blog so many times I’ve actually lost count, but they’re amazingly comfortable and perfect for dancing in all night. I also added my staple Pandora pieces; my charm bracelet, my bow ring and my princess ring.
Christmas came early to Birmingham this year as Nativity The Musical came to The REP Theatre for a festive extravaganza; as fans of the incredible Nativity movies, my family were incredibly excited to see the performance and spend the night singing along to the show’s hit songs.
To get in the festive spirit I wrapped up warm and wore my pearl embellished jumper (alternative here) paired with a denim skirt with button details up the front. I braved the cold with bare legs so that I could wear my peep toe cream boots, which complimented the cream jumper. These shoes, although they do have a peep toe detail, are perfect for autumn/winter if you’re willing to have bare legs or wear skin coloured tights as they’re incredibly comfortable and pretty (and down to only £12!).
My beautiful pink Ted Baker bag had its first outing yesterday and it was the perfect addition to this outfit, which I’m sure will become a staple outfit through the winter period. The pink in the bag set off the pink scalloped edge coat (alternative here) and the rose gold jewellery that I wore. I went for pearl earrings (alternative here), my Pandora charm bracelet, bow ring and princess ring to add the finishing touch to the outfit.
Are you going to see any shows this winter? Tell me in the comments below!
My new favourite fashion obsession (which I haven’t actually managed to get my hands on yet…) is corduroy. If you’re up to date with my blog and have read my October Wishlist then you’ll know that I’m on the look for lots of cord pieces for this autumn season. Corduroy is bang on trend at the minute and I’ve seen it popping up all over the place, I think it’s definitely a trend to keep your eye on.
It was my friend Eden’s birthday party last night (this is going up as an early birthday post so make sure you comment happy birthday to her below!) and we decided to dress up very pretty and celebrate in style. Continue reading →
I’ve collected together some items of clothing I’ve seen that remind me of Freddy, or that I think Freddy would wear. As someone who’s incredibly inspired by Freddy’s fashion sense I loved doing this as I’d love to wear these clothes too!
Freddy’s style is very girly and most things she wears are pink, usually a blush or baby pink colour, paired with rose gold accessories as well as silver or white. This colour scheme is so feminine that I really think it reflects her girly, fresh style.
She has a very proper, posh sense of style that I absolutely adore and she often wears Victoriana inspired blouses, pleated skirts or gorgeous day dresses. I’ve collected together clothes I think reflect this style (brace yourself for the pink!)
Although this blouse is a tiny bit too pink, even for Freddy as she usually goes for a more muted baby pink, I think the shape of it is beautiful. The lace insert around the neck creates a gorgeously elegant Victoriana vibe and the cuffed sleeves keep it very smart looking. This blouse could be paired with either a skirt or nice tailored trousers.
This dress is absolutely gorgeous and the white lace and pussybow detail is just so Freddy! Pussybow dresses are effortlessly smart looking and the skater style shape of this skirt make it perfect for twirling around in, making it super girly and pretty. I doubt Freddy would pair it with knee high socks, perhaps tights and boots if she was wearing it in the winter, or slip ons if it’s the summer. Either way this is a beautiful day dress.
This button up faux leather skirt is just the right shade of pink to fit Freddy’s style and strikes me as something she’d wear in the spring or summer time for a casual day out. This would look gorgeous paired with blouses or tops and is the perfect blend of girly sophistication and casual fun.
This playsuit is absolutely gorgeous and I can definitely see Freddy wearing this in the summer months, especially if she was on holiday. The scalloped edge adds an extra special, pretty touch which reminds me of softness and petals. This playsuit is so simple yet so classy and I think it would fit right in to Freddy’s wardrobe.
Freddy actually featured a pair of trousers very similar to these in a video not long ago, showing this style is extremely her. The shape of these trousers is extremely smart while the belt around the waist adds a feminine touch. These could be paired with many different tops or blouses to either make the outfit more smart or more casual.
These blush coloured suede heels with a wrap around ankle are so gorgeous I’ve fallen in love. These would go perfectly with so many of Freddy’s dresses and outfits (I mean, of course, they’re pink!) These are so classy looking and although they’re a little higher than what she normally seems to wear I think they’re so Freddy.
It’s been so fun picking out clothes that I think match Freddy’s style and I wish I owned them all because everything is so pretty. I hope this post offers inspiration for all those trying to replicate Freddy’s gorgeous girly style and I can’t wait to create more Freddy inspired outfits!