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Milk it vintage

       

Dress: Milk It Vintage
Leather Jacket: Heeli
Ripped jeans: Topshop
Trainer pumps: Asos
Rucksack: Fjallraven Kanken 

Hey! A slow, slightly slurred good morning from me to you, but eh that's what Sunday's are for right...

So today I wanted to share with you a blog post containing some simple, casual items, that actually I wear pretty often. So firstly, the dress from Milk It Vintage is something I only purchased about a month ago from Asos and I would highly recommend you take a look at their range of items on the Asos site. So it's a Tshirt style dress with large rips in one shoulder, side and chest (but not too big at the chest, rest assured). I have worn it as a top rather than a dress in this styling, however I have found that it works perfectly both ways. It is incredibly comfortable, soft, and not fitted at all. The only defect it has is that the label on the inside of the neckline is ridiculously itchy !!!!! 

So anyway, I styled this dress with some basic Topshop Joni jeans, which I have been wearing so much recently, as every gal in the land knows, they're so damn comfy. 

Also, I have used the fringed pumps to just add a bit of colour but to keep the outfit casual. The pumps are a suede effect and are a light beige which I really like. The only thing I would say is that Asos shoes have a tendency to differ in size sometimes, and so I have found that these pumps do rub against my heels at times, but the more I've worn them the more they've adjusted to comfort. 

Lastly, I just wanted to add this white rucksack by Fjallraven Kranken because I was eyeing up the baby pink one for a while, but when I had a little browse on eBay, I did find that even used ones were selling for so much, and I didn't really want to spend a lot on it. So I found this little steal on EBay for £19.98 + about £2.00 postage which wasn't bad at all. I have discovered from using this rucksack that it can fit absolutely bloomin' everything in it and it doesn't feel uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time either. Obviously with a white bag, it can get dirty very quickly but I'm just dealing with that, haaa! 

Anyway, hopefully this has been a nice little Sunday morning read, and do let me know in the comments or on my Instagram if there is anything in particular that you want to see!
 
 

Sunday morning album of choice :) 
Catfish and The Bottlemen / The Ride

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