Outfit: Denim

 

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So this week, I’m talking more about denim because let’s face it, there is no hiding from it! It’s back in a huge way this spring/summer and I for one have found a renewed love for all things denim.

I recently purchased these distressed light denim jeans from H&M with the very of the moment frayed stepped hem, I love these jeans and although they are really quite similar to my trusty Levi’s (as my boyfriend pointed out) I still had to have them. They tick all the denim trend boxes, keeping us right at the fashion fore-front and let’s face it they go with everything so they’re more of an investment than anything else (pretty much the line I use for every guilt ridden purchase I make – yes, this neon pink visor will go with absolutely everything*).

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Outfit: Flared Err-thing

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Hands up who can’t put their hands up because they are weighed down by gi-normous sleeves… Yes, it’s another big sleeve week here on Whitebread… literally can’t get enough!!!

So, in recent weeks Spring has been teasing us with a sneaky little glimpse of sun here and there, which of course has been sandwiched by copious amounts of rain (thanks Manchester). It’s that transitional time of year when you literally do not know what to wear because the weather can’t make up it’s bloody mind!!! This my friends, is what I call layering season.

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Outfit: Dungas and Sneaks

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Another day, another way to style a bandana! πŸ™‚ This one being the bog standard way of just tying it round your neck… Well done me! (To see how I’ve previously styled a bandana click hereΒ and here.)

So, I finally decided to share my blog on social media this week and we broke the internet… Well we didn’t but the way my boyfriend and I were bouncing around when we hit 600+ views you would have thought we had… A very long way to go yet but baby steps and I am finding it all very exciting and feeling genuinely so chuffed and grateful to each and everyone of you that have actually taken the time to pop over and have a gweld (I mean, gweld doesn’t really translate to ‘look’ in the welsh language but I like the sound of it and you know, I have a welsh GCSE so there).

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Outfit: Yes Plisse

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Today’s post is all about thinking outside the box… Just because we are nearing 30 it doesn’t mean we have to dress accordingly. I still love going full on grunge for the day (90’s ponytail included).

Although I have previously stated that I am somewhat of a lazy dresser, I still love an opportunity to experiment… I am a Fashion Graduate after all! I have always been a massive advocate of fashion being something that one should never take too seriously. I personally find great joy in teaming playful outfits together and not taking myself too seriously when it comes to the world of fashion, after all what better way to truly express yourself?

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Outfit: Back to Basics

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So, after too many a month procrastinating, my first blog post is finally live and let me tell you, it was not an easy feat to press the publish button. As people who know me are probably aware, I now have considerably shorter hair than this, just showing how long this post has been sat in my drafts (about 7 months to be exact). There are probably 2 main reasons for the delay, 1 being my natural habitat of procrastination and 2 actually feeling embarrassed to post it… There I said it! There are already so many amazing bloggers out there doing such a great job, I doubted that anyone would be interested in what I had to offer but hey,Β this is my final year in my 20’s and I will not be afraid anymore, because, if nothing else, Β I… am a grown up!!! Therefore I can’t be scared, OBVS! Continue reading “Outfit: Back to Basics”