Saturday, 24 December 2011

Merry Christmas!

I know it's not Christmas yet, but I figured I probably wouldn't have time to write you a blog post on Christmas day, so I'm sending you my Christmas wishes on Christmas eve.
Bless you all, I hope everybody has a lovely, safe, and homely Christmas. I've never thought of Christmas as a holiday to just get gifts, it's a holiday to be thankful, to spend time with family, to give happiness to those who don't have much, and most of all, to celebrate the birth of Jesus. I know not everyone are Christians, but I just wanted to remind people of the true meaning of Christmas.
Once again, I send my blessings to everybody this Christmas. I know I haven't had this blog long, and I haven't got many followers at all, but I want to thank everybody for even clicking in the link to this blog. Because of you, I know I will continue this blog unto the new year.

Thank you for all of your support and thank you for reading! ☺

Friday, 23 December 2011

What to wear for... Christmas Day!

It's almost Christmas everybody! Only 2 more sleeps to go! I'm going to be giving you a little guide as to what kind of clothes to wear on Christmas day. I think that no matter who you're spending it with, even if it's your boyfriend or your best friend, the main thing is to be conservative, because Christmas isn't about wearing a tiny skirt and a crop top, but I'll also say that everybody likes to look nice on Christmas day so you don't want to wear a big frumpy jumper and some trackie bottoms or yoga pants.
I'll give you 3 basic outfit suggestions, just for ideas!

Outfit 1 - For the girly girl:
♣ Start off with a little slip dress. Make sure it's quite short, you'll be layering over it! have some gorgeous ones with lovely detail. Try a long sleeved one if you want to look mature and festive.
♣ Next, add a high waisted skirt. Make sure the hem of the skirt is longer than the hem of the dress. You don't want to be able to tell it's a dress! You can find nice skirts in Forever 21
♣ Next, add some tights. If your dress is complicated and your skirt is simple, add some fun tights. Your tights can be star print or lace or whatever print you like. If your dress is simple and your skirt is complicated, just go with block colour tights in black, skin coloured, navy, or whatever colour will match. New Look have a great range of tights.
♣ Lastly, every nice outfit has some killer shoes. I love the idea of adding a little sparkle to your outfit with some glittery heels. The best bet is to go with a platform if you want a high heel, because platforms make your shoes easier to walk in. If you don't want to wear sparkly heels, just wear some shiny leather, satin, or suede heels with your outfit.

Outfit 2 - For the rocker/skater/tomboy girl:
♣ Start off by wearing a black tank top and your favourite dark wash skinny jeans.
♣ Next, add a lace top. I like the long sleeved see-through ones sold at, forever 21 and punkyfish. (And there's more places you can buy them at aswell!)
♣ Next, add some gorgeous heels. I recomend sticking with black heels in any style you like.

Outfit 3 - For the stylish girl:
♣ Start off with a black high waisted mini skirt. It can be any shape you want. You can find some nice skirts in forever 21.
♣ Next, add a pretty, flowy blouse. I live blouses with unexpected details, like lace on the shoulders or embellishments on the back. Tuck your blouse into your skirt and loosen it up a little bit.
♣ Next, add some patterened tights in any pattern that suits the same style as the blouse.
♣ Lastly, just like I've suggested in the other 2 outfits, add a killer pair of heels. Match the colour of the heels to the colour of the blouse.

Thanks for reading! ☺

Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Winter Fashions 2011

Hi Style Choicers! Is everyone excited for Christmas?
Today is officially the first day of winter, so I decided to write a blog post about the winter trends this year. The winter trends can be very similar to the fall trends, so this blog post will be short and sweet, since in the past, I've already done alot about dressing yourself in the winter.

♣ Soft colours, like ice blue and pale pink
♣ Midnight blue
♣ Neutral colours, like black and brown (As always)
♣ & Prints (Animal print is my favourite!)

Must-have pieces:
(I'll do one top, one bottom, one accessory, one pair of shoes, one piece of knitwear, and one dress)
♣ Chiffon blouse
♣ High waisted skinny jeans
♣ Printed tights
♣ Platform suede mary janes
♣ Oversized sweater (You know my obsession with these!)
♣ Lace dress

Nail polish must-haves:
♣ Burgundy
♣ Mustard
♣ Black
♣ Dark brown
♣ Grey
♣ Red
♣ Christmas nails (You gotta love these!)

Thanks for reading! ☺

Sunday, 18 December 2011

Outfit of the Day: Festive Layering

Festive LayeringI used red as the boldest colour in my outfit, to make my outfit festive, as I was going to a Christmas event. I haven't used the original pieces in my picture, but I'll  show you where everything is from in my outfit here:
- Red tank top: H&M
- Grey cardigan: Mine is old, but you can find a replica in Hollister
- Jeggings: New Look
- Leather Jacker: Once again, an old piece, but you can find nice faux leather in New Look
- Black waist belt: H&M
- Bow earrings: H&M
- Necklace: New Look
- Nude heels: New Look
(Everything except the cardigan can be found in New Look and H&M! What a coincidence right?)

Thanks for reading! ☺

Saturday, 17 December 2011

Ways to wear: Granny Cardigans

The cardigans that you'd except to see on your grandma are so cute at the moment! The best way to wear them is to wear them with some young looking clothes that complement the cardigan, such as skinny jeans and uggs with a simple tank top, and it's really that simple, because you want your cardigan to be the main focus of the outfit. Go for printed cardigans, cardigans with cute details (E.g. ruffles and lace), knit cardigans, any that you would put on your granny really. You can find some good cardigans in Hollister, Topshop and little local boutiques sometimes have the most beautiful cardigans.

Thanks for reading! ☺

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Christmas Present Ideas!

I know you read this blog for fashion advice, but I've decided to take a little break from that just to talk about gift ideas this Christmas. I'll talk about gifts for all sorts of different people. Here goes!

Presents for good friends:
Try putting together a little stocking for all of your friends! First, start off with a small stocking. Not too small, but not the size of a normal stocking. I found some in my local craft store, Hobbycraft, but you'll probably be able to find them in any craft store or pound shop/dollar store near you. Next, find things that come in packs of however many people your making stockings for, so say if you were making stockings for 6 people, you could get 1 pack of 6, 2 packs of 3, or 3 packs of 2. Find lots of different things like this, like lipglosses, nailpolishes, candy canes, chocolates, all sorts. You can split these between the stockings. I suggest getting chocolate coins to put at the bottom of each stocking. I garuntee your friends will love this gift!

Presents for best friend:
If you've known your best friend for a while, why don't you buy a bulletin board with some wrapping paper which matches her room theme, and then some ribbon that complements the wrapping paper. Cover the cork on the bulletin board with the wrapping paper, and then cut the ribbon into pieces that fit across the bulletin board diagonally. Use the ribbon to make a diagonal checkers affect on the board, and use some bulletin board pins to hold the ribbon in place where the lines cross eachother. Next, get pictures of you and your best friend, and tuck them under the ribbons above a pin.

Presents for boyfriend:
Getting presents for your boyfriend is tough, but in my opinion, the best and most reliable thing to do is give him something sentimental, like a picture album with all of your favourite pictures of you both together in, or a poem written by you, or a scrapbook with all of your favourite memories in it. If maybe you haven't been going out with him long enough to have all of the supplies to do so, then try getting him something that will make him laugh, like a novelty mug or t-shirt. If you think none of these things will work at all, just get him a yummy box of chocolates! Try the ones from Thorntons, and if you order online, you can design the box and pick which chocolates go into it!

For your Mom:
Moms are not USUALLY that hard to buy for. Alot of times, they're just thankful no matter what, but it's nice to give them something meaningful. I think the best option with moms is to give them a pretty piece of jewelery. Maybe give her one of the crystal and cord ball bracelets (AKA Swarovski shamballa bracelets) which have randomly hit the runways this season. Depending on how much you're willing to spend on your mom, you can find these between £10 and about £50. You could also buy her a pandora bracelet, and if she has one, maybe just a couple charms. If you don't want to give her a bracelet, moms are suckers for lockets with pictures of their sons and daughters in. If you give her one of them, she'll most likely wear it almost every day.

For your Dad:
Dads are a bit trickier to buy for, but alot of times, they'll like whatever you give them anyways. Why don't you try giving him a dvd or a book? Alot of times, Bear Grylls books are a good dad success, and if you're looking for DVD's, try something that maybe your dad went to see in the cinema and liked but still hasn't bought, like Captain America or Iron Man. If you want to give your dad a bigger present than a book or a dvd, think of all of his hobbies, and then search for things that he doesn't yet own that would help him with his favourite hobby, e.g. if he liked writing you could get him a nice fountain pen, or if he likes football, you could get him a new training kit.

For your brother:
Brothers are possibly the hardest people to buy for, because if they don't like something, they usually won't be afraid to tell you, so nice and simple, I say the best thing to do for a brother, is to just simply ask them what they want. Ask them for 3 or 4 different things so that you can pick one, and they still don't quite know what they're getting. If they can't think of anything, maybe get them a game for their computor or games console. Get them a game which you think they'll enjoy depending on their age.

For your sister:
Sisters are easy to buy for, but everything really comes down to age with sisters, because the things that girls like are changing constantly as they grow older, so I'll give you ideas for lots of different ages.
1-6: A soft toy or doll. I like the soft toys from ty because they're great for toddlers.
7-10: A barbie/Bratz. Girls this age love to pretend that their dolls are 'teenage girls' because thats the age where you're just longing to be a teenager, so get them a doll which they can dress up to look modern and 'grown-up'
11-15: Try getting them something for their bedroom or some nice shoes, or you could even get them a top/bag that they've been asking for.
16+: I suggest buying them some nice makeup. The makeup by Benefit is great quality.

For your extended family: (Grandmas, grandads, aunts, uncles, cousins etc)
For your extended family, you always want to get them something that they'll like but it isn't too expensive. Get them a book, a cd, a movie, or even just a mug full of their favourite goodies. If you really don't know what to buy someone, just get them a gift card for their favourite shop! Don't worry, thats socially acceptable with extended family!

I know this was a long post, but thanks for reading! ☺

Saturday, 10 December 2011

What to wear for... The holidays with family

Sorry I haven't been blogging this week, I've been so busy! I'm going to be doing a blog post about what to wear when your seeing the family you haven't seen since last christmas, or just seeing some aunts and uncles.
My main advice is to dress comfortable and conservative while still looking cute. I don't think your Grandma would be impressed if you came in a mini skirt and crop top, and anyways, it's christmas-time, you need to stay warm!
You want to look festive as well as all of the other things I've mentioned. It's pretty hard to look comfortable, conservative, cute and festive all at the same time! I love wearing christmas/tacky/winter sweaters and making them look adorable! There are some great sweaters in topshop! Make sure your sweater is oversized, and pair it with some comfy leggings. Next, add some comfy flats. I like moccasins, loafers, boots, anything you feel comfortable in.

Have a good saturday! Thanks for reading! ☺

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Requested: Layering

I got a request from someone named Isabella to do a blog post about layering, so I'll talk about layering for the winter time. Layering is important if you want to wear anything with short sleeves, anything short, anything summery all in the wintertime, otherwise you'd only be able to wear big fluffy things in winter and nothing else. First, I'll talk about layering with 2 pieces, then 3, and then layering with your bottoms.

Layering with 2 pieces:
Layering with 2 pieces is easy, you simply can just start off with a long sleeved top in any colour, but I'd say to stick with a neutral. E.g. Black, white, grey, brown. I'd suggest sticking to a crew neck.
Next, add a cosy vest. Vests are very in at the moment, I love knit vests, fluffy vests, anything works. Now you'll notice that the vest takes awayy from your shape, so I suggest you add a belt that complements the colours you've used, but you can always add a belt that adds a pop of colour, like a red belt or a green belt.

Layering with 3 pieces:
Now layering with 3 pieces can be a bit harder, but I'm going to start off with using the tip I gave in a previous blog post, about using a coloured tank top underneath a white one, so start off with a brightly coloured tank top. I'm going to use red as an example. Next, add a white tank top over the top. Try and get a tank top with a different neckline to the colourful one, because then the colourful tank top can be vagely seen above your white tank top. Next, add a cardigan. You can just wear a normal cardigan, but for this outfit I like to use a detailed knit cardigan. You'll notice again that you've lost the shape within the layers, so once again, use a belt right at your waist. I like to use a belt in the same colour as the colourful tank top, but if you don't own a belt in the same colour, don't worry, just use a neutral coloured belt.

Layering with bottoms:
In the winter, I find I always miss my denim shorts and skirts, but an easy tip is to just add some really cool tights. I love lace tights,  I love knit tights, I love patterned tights, and you can wear all of these with shorts and skirts and dresses. You can also add brightly coloured tights, which will keep your legs warmer, and look really cute with just a black skirt or black slip dress and some black boots, ballet flats, heels, anything. Easy. I'm sure alot of people knew to wear tights, but incase you didn't, time to get the summer skirts back out!

Thanks for reading! ☺

Saturday, 3 December 2011


Happy Saturday everyone! It's only 22 days! I don't even have to tell you what day it is in 22 days! =D I've mentioned plenty before that knitwear is really in at the moment, except I've never really told you what kind of knitwear to buy. Knitwear is everywear. You can get fine knits, which is where the cotton or viscose is thin, and doesn't really feel like what you'd think of when you think of knitwear, but it is. This is usually used on normal cardigans. Then you have your medium knits. These are the ones where you can tell it's knitwear, and it usually is made with viscose or acrylic. Usually, knit dresses, some cardigans and some jumpers are made from medium knits. Alot of the time, the piece will have patterns in the fabric, and this is because in fine knits, the fabric is too thin and in chunky knits, the fabric is too thick (Patterns doesn't count the patterns they put on the fabric using colour, I'm talking about patterns engraved in the fabric). That brings us on to the third category, which is chunky knits. This is your big fat jumpers and cardigans. These are usually made of acrylic and/or wool.

(Sorry, I had some trouble finding a chunky knit online, but you can find them in punkyfish, topshop, and other good clothing stores)

Now you know what kind of knits your looking for, do you need to know how to wear them? Send me an email or leave me a comment telling me whether you want me to do a post on how to wear knits!

Thank you for reading! ☺

Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Shoes for Winter

Fall is easy to figure out what shoes you wear, you just need a pair of brown boots and your pretty much good for the whole of fall, but winter isn't so simple. With the snow, the ice, the cold, the Christmas festivities, the parties, everything needs a different pair of shoes, so I'll be giving you advice on what kind of shoe will be perfect for you.

Snow and ice:
You need to stay safe at the same time as looking great, so I suggest wearing some Uggs, or any boots without a heel and if you feel like you'll probably slip, try and find boots with a tread on the bottom. Your boots can be in any colour for the winter, black to red to leapord print, you can be as daring or as simple as you like!

Christmas festivities:
Whether it's Christmas shopping, getting together with the family, going to a Christmas market/festival, you should wear shoes that give you comfort, warmth, and you feel like they look cute too. When I put those words together, the first kind of shoe that comes into my mind are fluffy moccasins. They're so cute, so warm, so comfortable, and the perfect shoe for Christmas festivities. You can get expensive Ugg moccasins, which are great quality and offer alot of comfort, or you can go for the cheaper moccasins, which may not offer the same quality, but they're still comfortable and warm.

Christmas/New Years parties:
For the festive parties that come with winter, you need some gorgeous heels that still offer a bit of comfort. I suggest going for a pair of heels that (Going a bit science-y on you here now) have a larger surface area. That way, the pressure of wearing heels is spread throughout the shoe, because (especially on New Years) you'll be wearing those shoes for a heck of a long time. I'm quite into platforms, mary janes, and bold heels at the moment. Whatever your style, you can go for a heel that suits you.

All of the shoes I've included pictures of are from

Thank you for reading! ☺

Monday, 28 November 2011

Quick tip:

Good afternoon fellow Style Choicers. Today, I'll be giving you a quick tip that everyone can find useful!

The pop of colour:
Most white tank tops and tshirts are see-through, and it's so annoying when you can see everything underneath, so I like to add a bright coloured tank top underneath, because then, you see a little hint of colour. You can also use this tip for any white tops you have.

Thanks for reading! ☺

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Outfit of the day:

Happy Sunday! :]

This is what I've been wearing today, opinions? I decided to look casual for my casual day. I've also added a cardigan just to stay warm, but my main focus of the outfit is the scarf.

Thanks for reading! ☺

Saturday, 26 November 2011

What to wear for... Cold Weather

Here in England, the weather is getting colder, and I'm sure it is where you are too, so here are some tips on how to look fashionable but feel warm and cosy!

Going out in snowy weather:
Use layering to go out in the snow. You want to avoid getting frostbite, so try wearing your favourite knitwear sweater in any pattern you like. I like fairisle knits. Next, add your favourite jacket. This year, the big quilted jackets are actually quite in! You can get away with wearing your favourite chunky jacket. For the bottoms, just wear some skinny jeans, you could even wear coloured skinny jeans. If thats not warm enough, add tights underneath or instead of wearing skinny jeans, wear a couple pairs of leggings layered. For shoes, Uggs keep your feet nice and cosy, or you could just wear some practical boots, no heels, you'll slip! Lastly, just add a fluffy scarf, a lovely little hat and some cosy gloves! You're ready to go!

Snuggling by the fire:
When your house is almost as cold as the air outside, you need clothes to keep you cosy! Once again, we're going to work on layering up. First, start with a long sleeved plain tshirt. It can be in any colour, I quite like dark purples and indigos. Next, add any chunky knitwear. Whether it's a knit cardigan or a big jumper, it doesn't matter. If it's not too cold, you could wear a knit vest over your tshirt. Next, for the bottom, you can wear knit leggings, skinny jeans, normal leggings, just anything tight to go on the bottom, just to add that contrast. For your feet, get some thick knit socks, or even big slipper socks, then pair the outfit with a pair of uggs, and try to make sure only the tip of your socks are peeking out from under your boots. You're set to snuggle up drinking hot chocolate by the fire!

On those icy cold (But not snowy) days:
First, start off with a long sleeved thermal. It can be any pattern or colour you like. Next, add your favourite pair of jeans. Add some thick socks and then put on your favourite pair of boots. They can be any kind of boots. Next, add your favourite thick jacket. It can be a trench coat or a big padded jacket or a furry jacket or whatever you life. Add a cute beanie hat with some gloves or mittens, I quite like mittens to wear, they're nice and cosy! And you're good to go!

Thanks for reading! ☺

Sunday, 20 November 2011

What to wear for...Thanksgiving!

Hi guys, I know it's been a while, I apoligize, I've been so busy this week, you wouldn't believe. I'm trying to make this channel useful for people all over the globe, so today I'll be writing about what you should wear for Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is so cheerful, and it's just amazing to be around your family at the dinner table being thankful for all of the ways you've been blessed.
I think Thanksgiving shouldn't be about looking ridiculously fashionable or mature for your age or anything like that. It's about looking appropriate, pretty, comfortable and happy.

Outfit 1 - Fairly Festive:
To look festive, try wearing fall colours, such as browns, auburns, mustard yellows, oranges, reds, just any colours that remind you of fall. Start out your outfit with a bold fall colour in any piece of your choice, and built the outfit around that piece. This is always the easiest way to make an outfit. Deffinately only use one daring colour in your outfit. If you add anymore, you'll end up looking like a decoration to hang on the wall.

Outfit 2 - Cute Comfortable:
To look cute yet comfortable, try wearing chunky knitwear. It's warm, it's comfy and yet it's extremly adorable. Pair it with a comfy pair of leggings, jeggings, skinny jeans, a tight skirt, just anything tight to bring that contrast into your outfit. If you wear the right outfits, you don't have to put fashion before comfort!

Outfit 3 - Pretty Practical:
For this outfit, you need to aim to look feminine and pretty, yet practical at the same time. Try to find a chiffon or floaty piece to start out your outfit. Try not to make it too summery. Next, add a tougher leather piece to your outfit. It could be a leather jacket, or some leather leggings, or some tough boots, anything that suits your style, but make sure you aren't showing much skin. The tough piece will make your outfit look less princess and more chic, but you'll still look pretty as long as your showcasing your flowy piece. Don't wear heels with this outfit, and don't add too heavy jewelry  or belts. Don't overdue the rest of the outfit, just to keep you looking practical.

Thanks for reading! ♥

Monday, 14 November 2011

X Factor UK - Fashion

This week on X Factor, there was a whole bunch of daring looks on both judges and contestants!

Kelly went daring, coming out wearing a Stella McCartney suit. Yes, a suit! We can always trust Kelly to go all out with her fashion! I think this risk payed off. She looked fantastic, making the look more feminine with a pair of heels, some interesting earrings, and an amazing white shirt that has amazing buckle detailing on the cuffs of the sleeves and underneath the colar!

On the Saturday night, Little Mix looked amazing in their extremly fun and daring outfits. They look their age, and they aren't being styled to look any older. They looked fun, exciting, and they had a matching theme, but they weren't so matching that it became tacky. Well done girls!

Thanks for reading! ♥

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Affordable Fall Fashions

One of my favourite things about fashion is you can be wearing a £50 dress and stand next to a girl wearing a £300 dress and you can still look just as amazing. Fashion doesn't have to be expensive to be gorgeous. I'll be sharing some of my favourite fashions for this fall time, and sharing where you can find them cheap.

Leather shorts:
Leather shorts are absalutely gorgeous. They're stylish, yet daring, and really easy to wear. I've seen them as cheap as £15 using faux leather. They don't need to be real leather to look and feel real. They can be dressed up or down, and still keep you warm for the fall.
Dressing them up:
Pair your leather shorts with a chiffon blouse tucked in and some simple black heels. If you match this outfit with a black clutch and gold earrings, you're ready to go to any formal event. You can wear skin coloured tights to keep your legs warm.
Dressing them down:
To dress them down, pair them with a big chunky sweater to keep you nice and toasty, and wear this with brogues or loafers. Once again, skin coloured tights can be worn.
When wearing leather shorts, it looks really amazing to use a contrast in fabric. I love pairing leather with chiffon and chunky knit pieces.

These shorts were only £16.75 from Forever 21

Chunky knits:
Whether it's a sweater, a cardigan, a dress, or even a pair of socks, chunky knits are so feminine and yet so fun to wear. They're so practical because of the warmth and comfort, yet so in fashion at the moment. These can be worn well when you want to look casual but yet so pretty.
I like the look of pairing a chunky knit sweater with liquid leggings, or skinny jeans, or anything tight, because you don't want to make yourself look shapeless.

This sweater is £22 from

Coloured skinny jeans:
No matter what colour, as long as it isn't your normal denim colour, coloured skinny jeans are beautiful. I love brightly, summer shade skinny jeans. It's the only time you can get away with wearing summer colours in the fall! If you wear them with heels and a blouse, you look sophisticated, but if you wear them with black boots and a tank top, you look playful and young. They're so fersatile. They suit people of all ages. Try wearing brightly coloured skinny jeans one day, and dark red or brown (Or another fall colour) skinny jean the next day using a different style look. You won't even be able to tell you're using the same style!

These jeans are £20 from

Thank you for reading! ♥

Transitioning Summer Clothes to the Fall

Don't you hate when you have to put all your clothes at the back of your closet as it starts getting colder, even your favourite denim shorts or your favourite tank top? I've thought of a few ways that you can continue wearing them even in the fall time! ☺

The floral skirt/dress:
This is one of the hardest pieces to transition into the fall time, but once you know how to wear it, you'll be wearing it all the time.
First, pick the darkest colour on the dress/ skirt, and pair it with a belt that colour. Pair it with a pair of tights in that colour too. Next thing to do is add a pair of black or brown leather (Or faux leather) boots, depending on the other colours used. Next, add a black or brown blazer (Or a cardigan if that is more suited to your taste) in the same shade as your boots or similar. Voilah! You have the perfect fall time looking using one of your favourite summer-time pieces! (If you're using a skirt just pair this outfit with a neutral coloured tank top)

The denim shorts:
Everyone knows how to pair denim shorts with black tights with a tank top and cardigan for a simple look, and thats fine, but there are some different ways of wearing your denim shorts in the fall! First, tuck a mustard yellow, brown, or forest green (or any other fall colours you like) tank top into your denim shorts. Next, add an overzsized cardigan, one longer than the length of the shorts, in any colour that complements the colour of the tank top (E.g. with a brown tank top, you'd wear a cream cardigan) and try to use a cardigan thats chunky and warm. The fact that you're wearing a cardigan longer than your shorts plays it up to make the length of the shorts look a bit longer. Then, slip on a pair of knee high socks in any style you like, whether they're cable knit or just plain knee high socks. If you are wearing plain knee high socks, you can pair this look with some brogues or loafers. If you're wearing socks that are knit style, and a little bit thicker, I suggest wearing a pair of boots and pushing the socks down so that you only see a hint of the sock above the boot.

A tank top:
Plain tank tops in block colours are easy to transition into fall, in fact, they're quite useful, but when it comes to summery style tank tops (E.g. Ruffles, buttons, summery patterns), thats a different story. Start off by pairing your tank top with a plain skirt. Whether it's high waisted or not (If it is then tuck the tank top in) and whether it black or brown, as long as it's in a dark colour. Next, add a pair of neutral colour tights, just to keep your legs warm. Add a pair of boots, preferably in a different but matching shade to your skirt. (E.g. Brown skirt and tan boots. Black skirt and grey boots. Black skirt and dark brown boots.) Next, take a large square scarf and wrap it around your arms like a shawl. Make sure the scarf isn't patterend and is in the same colour as your skirt. Take a belt in the colour of your boots and secure it OVER your scarf. If your tank top is tucked in to a high waisted skirt, add the belt at the top of the skirt. If your tank top is over the skirt, add the belt where your ribs end. Make sure you can move your arms underneath the scarf, and you're good to go!


Thanks for reading! ♥

Ways to Wear: The Basics

Hi and welcome to the first 'Ways To Wear.' These will tell you how to wear any pieces of clothing that you want. First I'm going to tell you how to wear you basic stable closet items.

A plain white tshirt-
A plain white tshirt is an essential to every closet. There are so many ways to wear it, and with a white tshirt, the best rule to go by is less is more. Start with a tshirt with a neckline that works for you, whether it's v-neck, scoop neck or crew neck, any will work.
To wear your tshirt casually, try pairing it with a square patterned scarf. (It's important to go with a pattern because you want to give the outfit some personality but it's up to you whether you want the pattern to be bold or conservative.) You can have the scarf loosely around your neck with you hair up to emphasise the detail of the scarf. If your tshirt is slightly see-through, you can wear a brightly coloured tank top (AKA strappy top) which matches the colour in the scarf, just so you can see a tiny hint of colour underneath the t-shirt. Pair this outfit with any pair of well fitted jeans and shoes to match the scarf. Don't wear statement earrings or a necklace, you can wear a simple bangle if the outfit looks plain.

A little black dress-
Everyone knows that all girls need a little black dress. A black dress is a great piece to own, and it doesn't matter what it looks like, as long as it can transition from all seasons well. It's a staple piece.
One way to wear a little black dress is to simply wear it with a waistbelt in a pretty colour such as electric blue or yellow, and pair it with some shoes in the same colour. Or if it's colder, wear a darker coloured belt, like indigo, with some indigo tights and black shoes.

Black leggings-
Everyone knows how to wear leggings with a big hoody and uggs or something casual like that, but you should be able to know how to dress them up or just a different way to wear them. Always make sure you cover your backside, and alot of people don't mind if the front isn't covered by your top or whatever but I think it looks more attractive if it is. I like when they're worn with oversized sweaters or jerseys. It also looks nice to wear a chuny knit cardigan, and pair it with a simple slip dress and ballet flats or heels or even boots if you like.

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