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'On Wednesdays we wear pink!'



...I wish it was a Wednesday, for the Mean Girls quote would be even better! 
For this blog post I was kinda aiming for fun, bubbly and smiley... 

So apart from feeling like Malibu Barbie mixed with Ken, I also feel like this outfit is really fun! Pink is definitely a fun colour, but also quite girly, and I adore this combination - I think it's so sweet!

Firstly, the top. I absolutely larrrve this cropped top from Asos because even though it's quite simple, I think it really makes a statement. It is quite revealing, since it's cropped and virtually backless, with a button top and D ring belt at the back (convenient because it can be tightened to fit) however, I think it remains classy, particularly as the neckline is relatively high. 
The shorts I am wearing are from Missguided and I purchased these last summer. These are brilliant because they are beyond comfortable! I really love the fact that the zip is at the back of the shorts because it means there are no bulges on your tummy (they're high waisted shorts as you can see). The only slight issue with this item is that despite the fact they're shorts, they're quite thick and I definitely wouldn't wear them if it was roasting hot. Saying that, they are quite smart and so are ideal for a summer evening.
The jumper is a Marks and Spencer's little gem. It's not too hot, and is of a great quality. Also, it matches well with the shorts and top for quite a girly, sophisticated look - love it! 

The sandals have featured in my blog before and also, I feel they aren't the perfect match for this outfit if you were to wear this in the evening, however in the day they're fab! Lastly, the scarf. Unfortunately you cannot purchase this yourself as its vintage. I bought this scarf at a vintage fair for an absolute bargain about a year ago. I think something quirky that you aren't likely to see anyone else wearing can really make an outfit 100X more desirable and I feel this little splash of pale green freshens up this little combination. I would definitely recommend having a look online for local vintage fairs as you can find some real treasures and for brilliant prices! 

Angel x

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SUP GUYS! How are we all doing this morning? 
I am currently sat on my bed in the late afternoon, with a hot cup of tea to hand (hopefully I won't forget about it), and I am really digging deep in my thoughts in terms of what I want to talk about today. A stressed student, on the cusp of several deadlines and all I can think about is this blog post. Blogging is a funny thing, sometimes it is my ultimate escape where I can just unwind and spill out onto the page whatever springs to mind. But sometimes, blogging can feel overwhelming, like I am being forced to think about my reality in its most raw state, and sometimes life is not all fun and games, and I just don't really want to come to terms with my busy mind. 
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