Friday, 9 August 2019

Shop This Week's Instagram + Wishlist

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I want to make this type of post a regular feature on my blog as I get asked regularly about where my clothes that I feature on my Instagram are from. As I said last month when I did a post like this, creating fashion content is one of my favourite parts of my job alongside challenging myself to find the perfect locations near where I live too. 

I picked up a pair of these Missguided Polka Dot Culottes because I wanted something that were easy to style and wear day to day. I know the colour is very vibrant and won't be too easy to transition during the September/October time, but I think these will last me for a few more years to come too! Another item I picked up from Missguided is this highly coveted Blue Broderie Dress which everyone on Instagram seems to own, the front of it has a tie up detail so I wouldn't wear this everyday, but for a special occasion I think this will be gorgeous. 

I've had a few mishaps when it comes to wardorbe recently what with dying items pink, bugs making holes in them on the washing line and then smoke damage the other week, I've been scouring the internet for some new pieces to replace them. Although the Summer is far from over, I've been trying to consider the fact that I need to get wear out of whatever I can buy. 

If you want to save a few pennies, my top tip would be to grab any jackets or coats you see on your favourite shopping sites because I've seen some great deals. This Nasty Gal Mac Coat offering is down to £18 from £60(!) and I know that staples like this go super quickly once the weather starts to get chillier. If that isn't your type, then this ASOS Borg Jacket is another great pick as it comes in at nearly half the price. 

What have you been loving to wear recently? 

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