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| Lace-up Is Still Relevant | 23/06/17 |

Blouse: Honey Punch
Sunglasses: Monki
Jeans: Primark
Espadrilles: ASOS
Rucksack: Primark
Earrings: ASOS

I am a huge fan of wearing denim, and I frequently opt for a baggy jean on an easy day. I tend to chuck on a plain tee, or a jumper when wearing a pair of jeans, but I've recently been loving a blouse or shirt with a pair of jeans, because they are still comfy, and I think they just bring a bit of life to an outfit - an effortless outfit that still looks great (ANOTHER easy fashion tip). So when I found this lace-up blouse from Honey Punch on the ASOS website, I just couldn't resist. I originally bought my regular size (UK6) however, I found this blouse looked a lot better a little oversized, so I sized up and I do not regret it. It is still relatively fitted, but gives you a little space for comfort, and I am keen to throw this in my beach bag when I go away to use as a beach cover-up too, so I feel this blouse is ever so versatile. 

I adore the lace-up detailing on the chest, as it adds something special to a plain blouse, and the striped panel detailing on the back really caught my eye and was kinda' what sold it to me. I feel as though for a simple shirt, this one has some great detailing that I haven't seen elsewhere, so I would highly recommend this as a go-to daily blouse, alongside a beach cover-up piece, AND this would also look lovely with a high-waisted denim skirt, or A-line skirt! 

That's all from me today, I really hope you enjoyed reading through this blog post, I enjoyed shooting this look for you all, and expressing my love for all things lace-up! See you next week for two NEW posts.

Sending peace and love to you all X X X

'I'm not interested in light little flings, skin-deep attractions, or long loveless marriages. With you, I only want raw, full-blooded connection, to share a bond full of passion and breathtaking adventure. After all, love is not a pastime, but a magnificent privilege.' Beau Taplin / Privilege

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