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Keeping up with the casual-attire


I hope you're having a fabulous Friday doing crazy fun stuff (in which case this may be happy hangover Saturday because you're not likely to be browse- happy tonight) - anyway...



I thought I'd blog about something a bit more personal, an outfit that's more down-to-earth in the sense that it represents my day-to-day style. I am definitely guilty of being a jeans and a nice top kind of gal, and for that, this outfit accurately represents my laziness/ casual daily attire. 







Sunglasses: Topshop
Leather jacket: Heely's
Smock top/ dress: Asos 
Choker: Asos
Jeans: Topshop
Sandals: ????? 

I must admit, the only recent item in this outfit is the choker, and I would definitely recommend taking a look on Asos if you're keen to try out a choker because I have lived in mine all summer. It's so comfortable and I managed to find a style online that I thought would suit my style and look flattering rather than looking like I'm chained up to a lead on a daily basis. Lol. Asos have a great range of chokers and I would say that there's something for everyone. 

As a young woman, I obviously don't have enough money to be purchasing clothes every day and keeping up with every trend (although my bank balance suggests I do my utmost to keep up) so I think it's important to mention that it doesn't matter if you're wearing last years sunglasses or resorting back to those comfy jeans you've had 300 years - it's definitely OK! 

I hope you like this little arrangement of some old bits and pieces that I love to wear - comfort is so important, ha. 

I'll see you all super soon as I'm trying to best to keep on top of blogging and not get behind. I'm sure fellow bloggers can understand how easy it is to sit back and forget/ be too lazy to get up and shoot some pictures for a blog post, but it's completely worth putting in the effort, especially when you guys leave such lovely comments/send messages to say you like reading my blog! So thanks a bunch!!! 

Over and out. 


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