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(Wo)men in black


Hey, guess what day it is?? FASHION FRIDAY!! 

So apart from looking like one of the men in black, I was actually aiming for a cool/ business/ office look... 

As many of you will have recently received your gcse and alevel results, you may be going on to sixth form, a 9-5 office job, college, university etc etc etc. Therefore, you're probably wondering what you're going to have to wear. I myself go to sixth form and find that sometimes you can't be bothered to put effort into your appearance - so here's a suggestion that's smart but simple :) enjoy :)

This blazer is from New Look and is ideal for making an outfit look instantly smart. The blazer I'm wearing is actually size 10 so it's slightly on the large side, although I don't mind that because it makes it more slouchy and comfortable, rather than feeling like you're attending a job interview. 

I paired this with my cropped skinny trousers, also from New Look and I believe these costed me £12/£13 - bargain. I actually wear these to work usually as they're perfect waitress attire, but also look fabulous with a blazer or leather jacket. These fit really really well, and make you look about 10X more toned in most ways haha, additional bonus there! I would definitely say New Look are brilliant for office wear at a great price and I have bought two pairs of these trousers now! 

The vest I am wearing is from H&M and I have worn this SO much this summer. It's super comfy and it fits me well, especially as the ties at the back can be adjusted tighter or looser to alter the straps. This is particularly helpful for me because I have teeny tiny shoulders - if you also do, check out H&M's vest selection!!! It's a kind of disco vest, very stretchy and shiny, and the slight v neck adds a little more style to the piece. I think the all in black spin on this outfit makes it so cool and chick which I adore! 

Next, SHOES. I bought these little gems in the sale from Topshop a few months ago. I think they were 50% off at the time - not sure - but I paid £22 for them. I actually haven't worn them yet as I haven't seeked the opportunity, however I may pop this outfit on from time to time because I love how great these shoes look. They're a very pale pink, with black and gold edging, so they're relatively subtle which makes them prettier. Also, the heel is not too high, and I feel this is important if you're going to be wearing them all day because heels have a tendency to hurt after about 5 minutes haha! I would definitely recommend picking these up if Topshop bring them back at any point! 

The Asos hat and Topshop sunglasses have featured in my blog previously, but I just added these because I thought they looked great. The hat adds a bit of style and sophistication to the outfit and is very fitting with the hairstyle I chose - which you might also choose if you're in an office for example. Also, the sunglasses look so so good with this outfit - I think these sunglasses are hard to fit into an outfit but all black definitely accentuates the beauty of these shades. 

Hope to see you soon, keep reading and commenting on my posts, the enthusiasm of you all makes my day! Angel x

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