I adore this dress.
It is extremely rare that I purchase anything from Dorothy Perkins these days, let alone step into their shop as I just don’t seem to find anything that I particularly like.
However, this dress is the perfect dress for wearing in the office all year round and it’s just the best for days when I feel extremely bloated as it’s quite flattering.
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Do you remember that episode of The Hills where LC said to Audrina: “just gonna keep my opinions to myself, they just get me in trouble..”
I have a mouth.
I have opinions.
I have voiced many of my opinions in my twenty-seven years of life and about 99% of them have got me in some sort of trouble – whether it’s a full blown argument (aka. someone overreacting) or the tiniest of disagreements.
With being part of the blogging community for almost six years, I’ve seen a lot of drama unfold on Twitter: some of which I’ve been dragged into and some which I accidentally started for calling someone out.
But for the past three or so years, I’ve taken a back seat and kept all opinions to myself.
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You will never guess where I bought my new black bag from.
I have spent months searching in New Look, River Island, M&S, Next, Debenhams and Topshop to find a particular handbag.
Had I seen it before? Nope.
Did I have an ideal of what I was looking for? Sort of.
But when I spotted it in the window of a certain shoe shop, I knew it was exactly what I had been looking for, so naturally, I purchased it.
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I’m the girl who will happily wear a pair of jeans, a slogan tee and a chunky cardigan on the weekend simply because I’m comfortable and it’s slightly stylish.
Slogan tees have become a recent obsession of mine.
I just can’t seem to get enough of them and it would seem that a lot of bloggers feel the exact same way as I do as the ‘Dreamer’ t-shirt from Primark has been quite the hit.
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I am a victim of the baby face.
Yet despite being born at the back end of 1990, I always get asked for ID (I don’t actually drink, it’s when I buy the Mr a pint or cider).
But somehow, I never get asked for ID when I’m wearing this t-shirt.
Do you want to know what isn’t brilliant? The fact the t-shirt is currently out of stock. It’s typical and I only bought it less than a month ago.
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Okay, so Spring doesn’t technically start until March but still…
I bought this jumper shortly before Christmas and it’s been a staple necessity in my wardrobe. I can wear it out to brunch with friends, to a nice dinner with the Mr or to the office with my Topshop Joni jeans.
It’s a jumper for all occasions.
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I used to hate jeans.
From college right up until my fourth year at University, I used to constantly wear black leggings (no matter the weather).
But now, I’m flipping obsessed but finding the ones which suit your body shape AND make you feel a million dollars is v. tricky business.
I’ve had jeans from Next and Gap for the past 4-5 years and I’ve worn them solidly every day of the week (they got washed, don’t worry), but in January, my trusty three pairs decided to split at the crotch and leave me hanging.
Cheers lads, I owe you one.
That is where Topshop came into play…
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My only resolution for 2018 is to inject colour into my wardrobe.
I wear a lot of black, navy, white and grey but towards the end of December, I decided that I wanted to start wearing a little bit more colour.
Don’t worry, I won’t be dressed as a rainbow anytime soon, but a little bit of colour has the ability to change my mood which I need from time to time.
When I collaborated with Aintree Shopping Park just before Christmas, I bought myself a scarf from Marks & Spencer which I’ve worn pretty much every single day.
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New Look are one of my favourite high street shops.
I’ve loved their clothing and shoes for many years but I rarely browse their bags.
Back in early September before I flew to Corfu, I was on the hunt for a bag which would fit my purse, my passport and a few other small items.
Thankfully, I found the perfect over the shoulder bag for £7.
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I’ve developed a real love for ankle boots.
I’ve always purchased them from New Look, as they’re one of my favourite shops on the high street, they’re good quality and the price won’t make your purse cry.
Right before Christmas, I went shopping in Aintree Retail Park as part of a collaboration and I knew straight away that I wanted a new pair of black ankle boots, either from Next or Marks and Spencer.
The second I walked into Next, I headed straight to the shoes (v. unlike me as I usually gravitate towards the home section) and within ten minutes or so, I’d found the most perfect pair of ankle boots.
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