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Evening all!! Happy Sunday Funday!

I was hoping to post this on Friday, for a Fashion Friday special, however I had a super busy day/ night so I have held it back until today. So enjoy! 

Sunglasses: Hindsight Vintage (From Asos)
Box top: Asos
Denim Jacket: Asos
Trousers: Asos

So I recently purchased this outfit from Asos, along with a few other items and I really couldn't wait to share with you what I had purchased.
 Firstly, the sunglasses were a bit of an impulse buy, as I wasn't completely sure whether they would suit me, or whether they would fit me as I struggle to find metal framed sunglasses that don't fall off my head, haa! But these are to die for, they're perfect for little heads, and they are so chic and vintage which is the best part! I feel like they just look so divine and gorgeous and I cannot wait to wear them all summer (English summer's of no sun but I WILL still wear them). 
Also, this boxy top from Asos is great and I actually like it a lot more than I expected to. It has a kind of canvas feel to it, but it's incredibly soft. It's so simple yet so trendy! It also has a fabric tie attached to the zip at the back so it is much easier to fasten/ unfasten as you please. I intended on the top to match with the trousers that I purchased - and they do. 
These striped trousers were also a huge gamble, as I've discovered that for a short person, it can be difficult to find statement trousers that aren't drowning me or make me look even smaller. But these are fab. They're relatively fitted at the waist line and thighs, which I think makes them so flattering. Also, the downward stripes make me look a little taller - I like to think - which is greaaaat! The quality of the material I believe is very good, and they definitely feel a lot more pricey than they were. The only problem I have found with these so far is that they're slightly loose at the bottom which isn't too flattering in my opinion. However I am hoping to modify them myself to make them a little more fitted. I may actually make a post about it if any of you are interested. 
Last of all, the denim jacket. I have wanted a denim jacket for so damn long and I've really struggled to find a nice one at a reasonable price. Originally, I was going to send this back as I found it to be a little 'too blue' and I wasn't too keen on the fact it didn't look very distressed. But, I have completely changed my mind and I feel like it's really got that 90's vibe which I'm loving. So I will definitely be wearing this A LOT.

I hope you have enjoyed this post, and do let me know if you have any suggestions for future blog posts as I want to keep you readers happy happy happy!!

See you super soon,

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