Wednesday, 28 August 2013

grunge girl

(dress - queen of threads...boots - new look...)

i don't know about you, but i cannot wait for the winter. i just love wearing jumpers, black tights and big black boots...it must be because i prefer layers and covering up than having my asssss out and having to worry about my lumps and bumps. and this dress is perfect for my more modest dress sense...

do you remember the era not so long ago where EVERYTHING was bodycon? yeah, me too - and it wasn't the most flattering fashion trend i've ever followed. so, to my absolute delight, when the shops started stocking floaty dresses, oversized tops and baggy jumpers - i did a little jump for joy! this smock dress is from an ASOS marketplace store called Queen of Threads (link above!) and was originally from Topshop. i love the length, as it is long enough to be able to wear without tights, but also won't look awkward in the winter when you do need to keep your legs warm. as you probably know, i'm a big fan of black, so the colour is perfecto - it allows more room to accessorise! i also adore the cute little leopard print peter pan collar, not my usual taste but it's so cute i couldn't resist. it's an effortless dress that makes you feel like you actually have made an effort - win win!

again, i have featured my gorgeous little boots. they've actually sold out in new look now, so i feel so lucky to have found them!! i wear them pretty much everyday, so i do apologise for all my recent posts featuring them! oops!

so just a short one today :) got sooo much to photograph so definitely follow to keep up to date :) follow me on facebook, twitter, bloglovin, or instagram (louisawh) if ya likeee :) xo 
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  1. Love this outfit, it's very simple and cute. The collar is a nice touch to break out of all black :)

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    Emma xox

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  2. Love your outfit.
    I want your boots!!

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