You might have noticed that I’ve been a little MIA the past week, in fact this post was supposed to be up last Monday, but unfortunately I’ve been pretty ill and I haven’t been able to post – sorry guys! It’s half term now though and I’m a lot more chilled out so hopefully I’ll be back to posting everyday.
This post is about what I wore to my friend Rí’s 18th birthday party. She held an amazing birthday party in her house (with lots of fabulously aesthetic fairy lights) and I had a wonderful night. Happy birthday Rí!
Yesterday was my 18th birthday (basically the best excuse ever to wear a pretty dress!) and I had a lovely day spent with my family and friends. I am extremely grateful for all the birthday wishes and presents from everyone and I couldn’t have asked for a better day. I thought I’d share what I wore for my special day with you all in a quick little blog post so that you can shop this beautiful dress.
This gorgeous dress (it’s unfortunately currently sold out but I’ve found incredibly similar ones here and here) has been on my wishlist since earlier this year when I first spotted it, then quickly put it on an expensive wishlist as it came in at £75 (a tiny bit out of my budget…) but it eventually came down to just £14.50 and I don’t think I’ve ever clicked the order button so quickly. I paired this stunning dress with these pink block heels from Primark and of course the obligatory birthday sash and badge.
I was lucky enough to receive a gorgeous Pandora rose gold heart clasp charm bracelet and an ’18’ charm from my parents and my sister and a rose gold bow ring from my friends. Paired with my Pandora princess ring I was fully adorned in rose gold!
I had such a wonderful day and I can’t wait for my party this Saturday. Thank you to everyone who helped make it amazing!
Love Chloe x
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As we transition into autumn it is a perfect time to mix up your wardrobe and add some new pieces. I have made a video on my outfit plans for autumn which will be going live this evening but I thought I’d create a blog post to go alongside it with some shoppable versions of the outfits I refer to.
As we move into the autumnal season colours like wine and burgundy begin to make up a large part of our wardrobe; inspired partly by the colours of nature changing around us into deep shades of red and orange. I love this colour and think it looks flattering on everybody, whatever skin tone or hair colour you have. It’s my go to colour for autumn as it always manages to look so classy and beautiful. I’ve collected together some of my favourite wine and burgundy coloured pieces that I’ve seen online and in store which I think are perfect for the autumn/winter season. As always, all of the pieces are shoppable, just click on the links!
Designer shoes are a real treat for most people and throughout my life I hope to treat myself to these beauties. In my opinion these are the prettiest designer shoes out there which if I had millions of pounds I’d be snapping up in a instant.
Chanel shoes are a must have on any designer shoe wishlist as they’re all so beautiful and classy. I actually have a dupe of these shoes (here) because they’re such a lovely style but I wish I could own the real thing! These pink and white ones are stunning and would fit my wardrobe perfectly.
Chloe shoes are so beautiful and these Mike Pumps are no exception. The fact that they’re pink and decorated with bows makes them even better! If I could find a dupe for these I’d buy them in a heartbeat.
These Michael Kors Carey boots are so smart and beautiful for autumn/winter, I’m in love. Heeled ankle boots are so gorgeous and can be paired with so many things that having these in my wardrobe would be perfect.
That makes up my top three designer shoes which I’d be spending the money on if I had the chance. What’s your dream designer shoe? Tell me in the comments below!
Love Chloe x
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I’m one of those people who is almost always the lightest shade of foundation, who can look washed out even in white and gets burnt to a crisp the minute I step one foot out in sunshine. I’m as pale as can be and in a society where having a tan is so glorified it’s often hard to remember that my pale skin is beautiful too.
I, for one, love the Victoriana style, particularly for blouses and dresses as it’s such a classic, vintage and pretty look. It ties into my style really well as it’s very girly and I think it’s going to be a big trend this autumn/winter. As always, click on the links to shop the items which I think capture this trend the best!