August 30 2014
By I Wear My Wages
I have been so obsessed with co-ord's this summer but could never find one that actually suited me and wasnt too over powering as some patterns you need to either have the top with a pair of jeans or the skirt with a basic top - however this is one co-ord id hate to separate but they were made for each other. I had seen a similar one from miss selfridge then seen this from Love Niche London - a more affordable option that im in love with. I do love neon yellow but this is definitely a "end of summer/autum" wearable look as its not too in your face. I have styled this otufit with a 2 tone chain and some sunglasses, kept it simple which apparently i do now?? - i felt a major statement piece wasnt needed purely because i didnt want to drown my outfit and there is enough going on with the colours and patterns. When i wore this look i added a white blazer to keep it all matching as it wasnt overly hot that night i had wore it.
I have added a sunflower crown to give it that festival look i actually felt like a fairy when we were shooting this look because i was in a field of weird weeds and wheat and stuff. - the lengths us bloggers need to go to, to get a good background isnt as fun as it looks haha.
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"COMPLETE THE LOOK"
So for my make up i have collaborated with the great Miners Cosmetics to showcase their amazzzzzzzing lipsticks (also seen on my lipsticks and curls post) - I am wearing The Matte factor hot pink - such an amazing colour, i never wear anything matte because my lips just never agree with it and always crack and go ugly, however it was a weird feeling with this on but the colour wasnt so hot maybe if i applied more coats of it but anyway i still loved the pink and felt it was a fresh look for this outfit as a paler colour would of washed me out. grab this for only £3.99 - they also have other shades.
Scottish fashion blogger, Jill Gourlay || Aspiring Stylist & Fashion Journalist studying Marketing || For collaborations contact: IWearMyWages@outlook.com
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