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!
Love Chloe x
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I love bonfire night and for the past couple of years I’ve spent it with a small circle of my closest friends, which make it even more special. Each year I love to wrap up warm and head out to watch the sky explode with colour; it’s such a magical night with the sky so colourful!
It was a beautiful day today and me and my darling Tom spent the glorious sunshine having a picnic in the park. The only thing better than jam sandwiches and Skittles is a pretty new outfit which, of course, is a complete bargain! Full of autumnal colours and colourful stripes this is a great, comfortable outfit which I can see becoming a go-to outfit.
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!
Autumn is the perfect time for strolling through the park, admiring the gorgeous trees turning from vibrant green into hues of red and gold. I’ve always loved walking in my local park but it’s even better come autumn time as it feels even more beautiful than usual.
As my boyfriend Tom and I set out for relaxed Sunday stroll through the park I channelled the colours of autumn into my outfit and donned my new wine coloured cord skirt. I mentioned that I was searching for a cord skirt in my October Wishlist and I managed to find one in Primark. Unfortunately Primark don’t have an online shop but I’ve found alternatives here and here.
I paired this gorgeous (and very, very comfortable) skirt with a wine coloured floral top with a black cami top underneath. The top was also from Primark but I’ve found an alternative here.
I finished off the look with a camel coloured tailored coat, a necessity for autumn, and black chelsea boots, which I basically live in at this time of year. They’re so versatile and practical I believe that everyone should have a pair!
This was a stylish, yet practical, outfit for my autumnal park adventure and I can’t wait to spend another day exploring the acres of beauty in my local park.
Love Chloe x
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Today I’m here to speak up about brand snobbery. This is a topic I actually feel very passionate about as I think I encounter it quite a lot, not only in life, but within the blogging community. It seems that if you don’t regularly shop at Topshop and River Island then you might as well not have a blog, when in reality they’re out of a lot of people’s budgets, even if they’re technically ‘high street prices’.
Feeling confident on camera is something I’m learning to do, I’m not going to lie I haven’t found it very easy, but I’m going to share some pieces of wisdom I’ve picked up along the way. As someone who isn’t overly body confident having to take multiple photos in outfits where the main focus was on my body and what I was wearing I wasn’t really a fan. I’ve been known to go over and over photos after a photoshoot, scrutinising every detail until I hate every single one. Obviously that’s not a good way to go about things and I saw that I needed to try and work on it.